Topic Tags: ASSEMBLER

Casket Assembler, Metal Job

CASKET ASSEMBLER, METAL JOB will do the fallowing jobs / work – 1. Assembles metal caskets, performing any combination of following tasks, using handtools and welding equipment: Places precut sheet metal sections into jig to form casket body or lid. 2. Solders joints and hand files or machine grinds rough surfaces.

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Battery Assembler, Plastic Job

BATTERY ASSEMBLER, PLASTIC JOB will do the fallowing jobs / work – 1. Performs any combination of following tasks to prepare and assemble components of plastic-cased batteries: Places state-of-charge indicator in case in prescribed channel position and attaches glass mat to rear surface of ball channel, using adhesive. 2. Applies liquid-level lines to case according […]

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Battery Assembler, Dry Cell Job

BATTERY ASSEMBLER, DRY CELL JOB will do the fallowing jobs / work – 1. Performs any combination of following duties to assemble batteries for commercial use in products, such as photographic equipment, flashlights, and pagers: Fills electrolyte or mercury dispensing devices to specified levels. 2. Pours partial battery assembly parts into respective conveyor line bowl […]

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Assembler, Wire-mesh Gate Job

1. Fabricates frames from pipe stock and special fittings and installs wire mesh fencing to assemble gates, using handtools and power tools: Cuts pipe stock to specified size, using hacksaw, power saw, or pipe-cutting machine. 2. Inserts pipe ends into corner fittings and verifies length of frame, using template. 3. Drills holes through pipe and […]

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Assembler, Wet Wash Job

1. Reassembles washed laundry according to lot number or individual customer’s bundles preparatory to subsequent processing, such as tumbling, starching, or ironing: Compares pin number on nets of laundry to numbers on laundry ticket and hangs nets in bins, or slides key-tag onto key-tag holder to assemble lots. 2. Counts key-tags on holder or compares […]

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Assembler, Watch Train Job

1. Assembles, inspects, and adjusts watch train, using watchmaker’s tools, loupe, and holding fixture: Examines parts to ensure freedom from defects, using loupe. 2. Positions pillar plate in holding fixture and inserts pivots of wheel staffs into holes drilled in pillar plate jewels, using tweezers. 3. Positions train bridge over wheels, aligns pivots with jewels […]

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Assembler, Unit Job

1. Fabricates and assembles custom-built products, such as doors, windows, window screens, and metal awnings according to work orders, diagrams, or layout, using handtools, power tools, and metalworking machinery: Aligns component parts in jig or straightens and squares parts, using measuring instrument and straightedge. 2. Smooths edges to obtain specified fit, using file or grinder. […]

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Assembler, Type-bar-and-segment Job

1. Assembles typewriter type-bar-and-segment units and bends ends of type bars to specified angles and clearances preparatory to type soldering, using handtools and hand-powered brake: Clamps segment to holding device and inserts type bars into segment slots. 2. Pushes curved wire through channel in segment and through holes in type bars to hold them in […]

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Assembler, Tubing Job

1. Fabricates and assembles tubing components for air, fuel, oil, hydraulic, and related systems of aircraft and spacecraft, according to specifications, using handtools, power tools, machines, equipment, and measuring instruments: Reads work order, blueprints, sketches, and bend data charts, or works from master tubing templates to determine tubing dimensions, configuration, and finish specifications. 2. Establishes […]

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Assembler, Surgical Garment Job

1. Performs any combination of following tasks to assemble surgical garments and personal safety devices, such as colostomy pouches, trusses, belts, cervical collars, hosiery, and back, knee, wrist, elbow, and ankle braces: Reads work order to determine number and type of parts required to assemble garment. 2. Measures and cuts required pieces, using ruler, templates, […]

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Assembler, Subassembly Job

1. Joins precut wood, metal, and plastic board pieces to assemble roof, sidewall, and floor subassemblies of manufactured buildings or travel trailer coaches, using assembly jig, handtools, and power handtools: Positions and aligns roof trusses, girders, studs, and other frame members in assembly jig, according to blueprint specifications. 2. Fastens frame members together, using hammer […]

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Assembler, Steam-and-gas Turbine Job

1. Fits and assembles machined parts and castings to erect steam and gas turbines according to drawings and specifications, using machine tools, power tools, handtools, and measuring instruments: Erects, levels, and aligns vertical supports for bedplates of steam turbines, using levels, transit, and master straightedge. 2. Lays out work for other assemblers on thrust end, […]

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Assembler, Small Products I Job

1. Performs any combination of following repetitive tasks on assembly line to mass produce small products, such as ball bearings, automobile door locking units, speedometers, condensers, distributors, ignition coils, drafting table subassemblies, or carburetors: Positions parts in specified relationship to each other, using hands, tweezers, or tongs. 2. Bolts, screws, clips, cements, or otherwise fastens […]

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Assembler, Semiconductor Job

1. Assembles microelectronic semiconductor devices, components, and subassemblies according to drawings and specifications, using microscope, bonding machines, and handtools, performing any combination of following duties: Reads work orders and studies assembly drawings to determine operation to be performed. 2. Observes processed semiconductor wafer under scribing machine microscope and aligns scribing tool with markings on wafer. […]

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Assembler, Sandal Parts Job

1. Joins precemented sandal parts: Places pattern on outsole as guide for positioning vamp and quarter straps. 2. Places vamp and quarter strap ends in pattern slots on outsole. 3. Loops vamp straps to form weave pattern. 4. Removes pattern from outsole. 5. Hammers strap ends to join onto outsole. 6. Presses insole onto inner […]

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