What We Do
Engineer solutions as a team to offer innovative systems and tools.
Bridge the CNC education gap with more materials and outreach.
Reduce the learning curve by offering easy-to-learn software and user-friendly machines.
Tormach empowers CNC creativity by providing performance tools. With design in mind, we:
Connect industry creators to spur innovation.
Offer high-performance options at the best in the industry prices.
Build and fine-tune software, making CNC easy to learn and maneuver.
Offer best-in-industry technical support and customer service.
The Tormach Culture
There is a reason our employees have an infectious smile, and only part of it is because of the regular lunches, fresh fruit, and relaxed environment. While Tormach has been in the industry for decades, our ‘start-up’ mentality makes you feel at home. You will help us take this creativity to the next level by becoming a thought entrepreneur while we support your ideas with technical know-how.
100% Employee Owned
Being employee owned, every voice and person matters when it comes to connecting our completely unique offerings to the maker community – whether they be robot-dueling performers or the hobbyists next door.
Clients aren’t the only ones who like building and creating – our team is cut from the same block. We are our tools’ biggest fans and, if you are just as excited about the possibilities behind each machine, you will fit right in.
The ingenuity of Tormach employees was modeled first by its founders, Greg Jackson and Ed Korn, who created the concept of personal CNC machines after noticing an unmet need for smaller, more affordable equipment featuring professional capabilities. While imitators have tried mirroring this vision, Tormach’s focus on lowering the barrier to CNC by making the equipment more accessible has made them the leader in this niche market.
This innovation mindset continues, as Tormach pioneers in CNC equipment with products like:
This affordable coolant system for CNC machines requires less nozzle repositioning by connecting software with an automated hose.
The Tormach-exclusive software offers an approachable, professional-grade interface for CNC machine control.
Tormach’s compact and affordable mill, the PCNC 440 is perfect for anybody that wants to do real cutting, but doesn’t have a lot of space.
This machine accessory converts a mill into a CNC chucker lathe without the cost or space a standard CNC lathe demands.
To share this expertise, we work with student groups through STEM programs, host educational seminars at our annual open house, connect college students with real-life experiences through internships, and, sponsor scholarships.
Our investment in happy, healthy employees may start with a positive work environment, but is also reflected in our benefit offerings. Check out these perks:
Time to Recharge
While we love to work, we also love to play. Paid time off means a work-life balance is not only possible – but strongly encouraged. Tormach’s paid time off includes both PTO (Personal Time Off) as well as all major holidays.
Investment in Your Future
Tormach invests in our employees today just as much as it does for tomorrow through a matching 401K program. It’s never too early to start investing, and this company initiative is an easy way to start. In addition to a great 401K program, being employee owned offers the extra plus of an ESOP, which means we are given stock in the company.
Prioritizing Your Health and Wellness
Being 100% employee owned, we care immensely about the health of our employees and their families. That means all employees can enroll in well-rounded, affordable health, vision and dental plans when they walk in the door for their first day.
The Little Things
What makes every day a great day at our office is the little things: an array of fresh fruit – delivered daily, fresh-ground coffee, your heart’s desire of juice and soda, and other ‘little things’ that make you feel valued.
Our story is all about helping people make things. We empower ideas. We make affordable, precise tools and support them with top notch software, customer service, and educational resources. We’re committed to being the best CNC equipment provider to research and development departments, prototyping shops, educational institutions, makerspaces, and small production facilities. We work hard and play hard, and we’re looking for people with a similar attitude.
We’re proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, and make employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other protected class.
Our fun group of employee-owners is looking to add to our family-oriented team. Cynics and sourpusses need not apply. Send us your resume and be part of something exciting!
Posting Date: 10/1/2021
Do you like to establish and maintain policies, procedures, and practices relating to accounting, administrative, and customer service functions including accounts payable, accounts receivable, invoicing, collections, and credit? Then you will have fun (while excelling) in this department!
In this position, you will be the right-hand and support person for general accounting related to AP, AR, collections, banking, and customer service.
Snapshot: Help Needed in the Following Areas:
- Accounts Receivable invoicing, review & collections
- Accounts Receivable payment postings & bank deposits
- Keeping our supply chain and technical support teams supplied with Bill of Lading (BOL) info for customers
- Fun with refunds/credits, and assist customers & technical support team in reconciling errors
- Importing invoices & shipments from our 3PL into our ERP (Acumatica)
- Backup support for order processing, technical support, and sales teams
- Those crazy (& sometimes dreaded) vendor forms -- Can you pay attention to all the detail?
- Accounts Payable invoices, approvals, and payments
Do You Like Math? Can You Think Beyond Your Nose? Are You A Curious Individual?
We need someone with common sense to read, analyze, write, and interpret business documents, with proper spelling and grammar. You should also be able to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, and percentages, while defining problems, collecting data, establishing facts, and proposing recommendations.
Sound good? OK! – But wait, THERE’S MORE!
Education and/or Experience
Do you have an Associate Degree in accounting, business, or relevant study?
Do you have 3-5 years of related experience?
We are excellent at showing our team all facets of the business – come learn and grow with us!!
Amazing Hourly Pay & Benefits
- $22-$25/hour; starting at 30 hours per week
- Non-exempt position
- Stellar Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, HRA, STD, LTD, Life, Fitness Reimbursement, Flexible/Remote Work
Want to Work from Anywhere?
We are a remote-first organization, so you can be successful from wherever life takes you!
Send resume, references, and salary requirements to: ACCOUNTING@Tormach.com
Field Service Technician
Tormach is a fast-growing company with a great culture that fosters collaboration and ideas. We cater to the DIY, maker, entrepreneur, education and professional markets, selling affordable CNC machine tools and accessories. All products are engineered here in our new Waunakee, WI, headquarters, just 7 miles from beautiful downtown Madison, WI. As a 100% employee owned company, we feel a sense of community and contribution to the company’s great success. Send us your resume and be a part of something exciting!
We are seeking a motivated, experienced individual to join our team as a Field Service Technician. As a Field Service Technician with our company, you will travel to clients facilities to install Tormach machinery. Our ideal candidate has a wide range of experience completing electrical, pneumatic and mechanical repairs including reading schematics. The position is up to 80% travel.
Field Service Technician Duties and Responsibilities
- Travel to client sites to perform installations on Tormach machinery and accessory equipment.
- Perform tests and diagnostics to ensure machinery is in good working order.
- Communicate/report results of worked performed.
- Document recommendations of product improvements to ensure customer satisfaction.
- Train customers on basic machinery set up and maintenance.
Field Service Technician Requirements and Qualifications
- Two years electronic technical school or equivalent experience.
- Associates Degree preferred.
- Completion of Field Service training program or prior experience in N/C or P/C service/maintenance or maintenance/operation experience.
- Critical thinker with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Valid driver's license.
Under the direction of the Supply Chain Manager, the Industrial Engineer measures and establishes standards and reviews and adjusts these standards to be used in Engineering and Supply Chain project planning.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities as management may deem necessary from time to time.
- Develop production standards; performs time studies using conventional stopwatch techniques, or through the use of pre-determined time systems.
- Measure variances to standards, identify out of control variances, investigate reasons, suggest solutions, install and follow up.
- Conduct cost comparison studies; analyze work force utilization, facility layout, and operational data such as production costs, production routing procedures, and production schedules, to determine efficient utilization of workers and equipment.
- Test, observe, and visually inspect tooling used in the production process to determine and establish standard data for production processes.
- Recommend methods for improving worker efficiency and reducing waste of materials and utilities such as restructuring job duties, reorganizing work flow, relocating work stations and equipment, and purchase of equipment.
- Confer with management, Supply Chain and Engineering staff to implement plans and recommendations.
- Participate in the initial phases of new products lines to assist in the design for cost-effective manufacturing.
- Keep informed on new technology trends.
- Recommend new developments that would improve production and/or quality and reduce manufacturing costs.
- Process all necessary documentation and maintain records of studies and recommendations for improvements.
- Enforce Quality Control to reduce waste
- Participate in and/or lead process improvement teams and other small project technical teams.
- Support and lead projects through the entire life cycle from design and prototype through production.
- Coordinate material flows throughout product/BOM changes, obsolescence, and the introduction of new suppliers and/or materials
- Collaborate with internal customers and provide a high level of customer service, including recommending solutions, resources, and alternative supply options
- Manage suppliers to reduce costs, improve quality, control inventories, and ensure timely flow of material.
- Supplier Management: RFQ, Cost saving initiatives, Negotiations, Supplier relationship/evaluation
- Project management: new product launch
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
Education and/or Experience
Requires a bachelor’s degree from a 4-year college in Industrial Engineering. 3-5 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment with Supply Chain and Industrial Engineering responsibilities.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret professional journals, technical procedures, or time study data. Ability to write reports and standard documentation. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers and other employees of the organization.
Ability to collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Requires the ability to operate various equipment to include a computer, stopwatch, and various office equipment. Requires a good understanding of tool making and the manufacturing process.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or touch objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk; sit; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.