Category: Machine Tenders

Categories: Occupations by Name | Manufacturing Occupations

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Machine Tenders

Machine Tending Jobs

Machine operators are typically either tenders or setters. A person with a machine-tending job has the responsibility of watching an assembly line produce the parts. Depending on the job, the tender may start by supplying materials to the assembly line. As he gains more knowledge of the assembly process, the tender has the responsibility of starting and stopping the line, adjusting the line speed and inspecting materials for defects. The tender is responsible for monitoring the equipment for unusual behavior. He lifts raw materials onto the machine, either with a hoist or manually. The tender is responsible for recording production numbers in a computer database. CareerTrend

Person Profiles (2)

1887 Connecticut, United States - 1918
16 Aug 1888 Saint-Valérien, Shefford, Québec, Canada

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