Summary Job Description:

The Assembly technician will build, repair, and test high precision machine tool spindles and
related products per established procedures, quality standards, and production schedules.

Essential Duties and/or Responsibilities:

> Review work orders and related materials. Gather appropriate instructions, parts listings, routings, and prints to complete the assigned work. Utilize the product database to obtain additional information and update it as required with new information or product changes.

> Identify and prepare parts and assemblies and plan for assembly to specifications.

> Inspect parts and assemblies for cleanliness and quality conformance.

> Notify appropriate assigned person in cases of nonconforming or missing parts, tools, fixtures,
or documentation required to perform the job.

> Utilize work instructions, prints, checklists, routings, and established techniques to build and assemble parts and subassemblies to product specifications. Inspect or test products throughout the assembly process as required or stated in the specifications or instructions. Record test results and required data.

> Use and maintain the appropriate tools, gages, fixtures, inspection equipment, and machinery following appropriate safety guidelines and production techniques. Utilizes cranes, hoists, and other material movement devices following safety rules and proper instruction.

> Assist team in maintaining departmental documentation and communicate to management and other members of team information required or helpful in performance of the work or in
support of continuous improvement.

> Utilize manual machine shop equipment (lathes, mills, drills, and grinding machines) to finish or brings assemblies, parts, or spindles within tolerance as specified or required within the assembly process.


> Basic vocational / apprenticeship training in the electromechanical field of study.

> Three to five years of on-the-job experience in a precision machining, inspection, or assembly position.

> Ability to read and understand complex blue prints or drawings, and a working knowledge of inspection and measuring techniques. Knows how to read a test indicator, calipers and micrometer.

> Must be able to troubleshoot and repair technical problems and work well in a team environment.

Send resume to or call Gary or Graham at 860-409-2550


Grinding Machine Set-Up/Operator

> Experience in ID, OD, steps, tapers, shoulders and journals
> Must be able to set-up grinders
> Ability to hold tight tolerances

> Able to work from production prints and/or sketches

> Working knowledge of Voumard and Studer grinders a plus

> Solid mechanical aptitude

> Must be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident

> Competitive pay, 401K

> Great health benefit package

Send resume to or call Gary or Graham at 860-409-2550



Move to Bristol

GMN USA has recently moved into our new state-of-the-art building in Bristol, Connecticut.
The new facility has allowed up to expand our Wash, Assembly and Test rooms.



Some Information for Download (PDF)

Catalog "F-Mill series with FANUC motors"



Flyer "Hydroviscous Damping and Changeable Bearing Preload"



Catalog "Precision belt driven spindles"



Catalog "High speed spindles for manual tool change"



Oil/Air Lubricator Prelub GP

Prelub GP


Features of High Frequency Spindles for Automatic Tool Change



Milling Spindles for Aerospace Machining Applications



Motor Spindles for High End Grinding & Micro Machining

Data sheet 



Research and Development:

Intensive continuing research guarantees that GMN products will keep the highest technological level in the future and satisfy all requirements of our customers.

GMN Paul Müller Industrie GmbH & Co. KG is a member of the German Machinery and Plant Manufacturers` Association ( VDMA ).

Parallel to our own research projects, GMN cooperates with several technical universities and supports the research association for motion technology (FVA).