Xtek, Inc., a manufacturer of custom engineered steel component parts for heavy industry, is seeking candidates with the potential to become part of our night shift team of highly skilled machinists. Xtek is an employee-owned company and our approach to work and our company is unique to our attitude of being employee owners. Working at Xtek provides you with a sense of teamwork, accomplishment and financial opportunity.
Because of continued growth in our business, we have second shift openings for highly skilled machinists and individuals who are seeking to learn to operate machine tools.
If you are a highly skilled machinist or a top candidate for our machinist training program and you find that it is difficult or inconvenient to go through the normal application and interview process that many companies require – WE HAVE FOUND A WAY TO MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU TO BECOME A JOB CANDIDATE AT XTEK!
Come to our manufacturing plant at 11451 Reading Road in Sharonville Ohio on Saturday, March 10th from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon to meet some of our managers and employee owners and find out about our career opportunities and our Machinist Training Program. You won’t need a resume, you won’t have to dress up – you don’t have to bring anything but yourself!
Xtek has a highly competitive compensation package and a fringe benefit package that begins your first day of employment.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, March 10th from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. If you would like to be considered for a position but are not able to attend, please send a resume or letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attn: Best Machinists
11451 Reading Road
Cincinnati OH 45241
Xtek has staked its place as a leading industrial wheel product innovator. Our history of solving tough problems began in the early 20th century with the development of a steel hardening method, which would ultimately become known as the Tool Steel Process (TSP). Since that first innovation, we have continued to refine and apply our design, metallurgical, and heat-treatment techniques in the development of wheel products for a wide range of industries.
Xtek delivers a variety of heavy-duty, industrial wheel products known to meet and often exceed original manufacturer specifications:
Crane Wheels and Track Wheels – Contour case hardened crane and track wheels have a superior safety record throughout all heavy duty industrial applications
Tyres and Rollers – Contour case hardened tyres and guide rollers are known worldwide for superior durability and reliability
Sheave Wheels – TSP carburized and hardened sheave wheels are engineered to safely lift the most demanding heavy loads
Brake Wheels – Xtek Steel Safe™ brake wheels are mechanically engineered to provide safe operation in the harshest environments
This is the season for celebration, and also a time to reflect on the past year with appreciation and gratitude. At Xtek, we know that our success is due to our many loyal customers and business partners. Now seems like the perfect time to say a word of thanks.
Success in business is about so much more than the bottom line. It is also about building trusted relationships and forging solid partnerships. While we appreciate the business our customers have given us, we also truly appreciate the friendships and bonds we have formed with so many of you. Strengthening and growing our business is important, but there is also enormous satisfaction in knowing we are working together with some of the most hard-working and respected businesses around to keep our industry strong and thriving. Read more …
November 30, 2017– Xtek, Inc. announced the acquisition of Precision Machine Inc. and Precision Maintenance, Inc., both located in Paducah, Kentucky.
Precision Machine, Inc., a 100% employee-owned company since 2012 and originally founded by Buel Alexander & Randy Warmath over 30 years ago, is a leader in machining, fabrication, repair, field maintenance and alignment services for the steel, paper, and chemical industries. PMI employs over 80 people, mainly consisting of highly skilled mechanics, welders and machinists. Precision Maintenance, Inc., privately owned by Alexander and Warmath, was also purchased by Xtek, Inc. as part of the acquisition. Read more …
Today’s steel mills are faced with a new challenge – supplying the need for high strength steel. High strength steel is a new generation of steel which is in great demand, particularly by manufacturers in the automotive industry. The characteristics of high strength steel make it more difficult to produce using conventional rolling processes. Before transitioning to supply the new demand for high strength steel, it is important for steel mill operators to consider its effect on power transmission equipment. It is essential for steel mills to make the upgrades necessary to supply high strength steel, so as to mitigate the risk of equipment failure. Read more …
The steel making process is perhaps the most dramatic and amazing industrial process mankind has ever developed. From the initial explosions required to release iron ore from the earth to the fiery, scorching steps that happen in the steel mill, the jobs involved in this process have traditionally been challenging and demanding. Thanks to advances in technology, the steel making process looks much different today than it did just a decade or so ago. Many of the rigorous jobs that were once performed by intrepid steel mill workers have been replaced by automated processes. In this month’s post, we are going to take a look at some of the toughest jobs that were once performed in the steel mill. Read more …
A steel industry rolling mill is a complex organism. OK…maybe it’s not an organism in the strictest sense of the word, but it is complex and it acts like it has a mind of its own. All of the moving parts from the motor through the main drive gearbox, the pinion stand through the gear couplings, and then finally to the roll stand must all work in complete unison. If any one of them acts up, it affects everything else including the product. And if that weren’t enough, most of the mill stands in existence were built decades ago and the demand for thinner, stronger material can push them beyond their capability. Read more …
The gear couplings you use in your steel production process are critical. These highly engineered assemblies should be customized to exceed the requirements of your steel mill application. The reliability of your gear couplings has a direct impact on your productivity and ultimately your profitability.
The questions we hear most often about gear couplings are about service life and maintenance costs. These are important considerations that will have an impact on how well your steel production processes run. Read more …
When part repair or replacement is necessary, a lack of drawings or the inability to find the original manufacturer can seem like an insurmountable problem. As you attempt to work out a solution, costly downtime can hold back your productivity and profitability. Fortunately, a skilled and experienced manufacturer of custom industrial components can fulfill your needs through reverse engineering.