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Panel Assembler

Assembler Function Expectations:
1.
Identify necessary project components by job number, project drawing, and bill of materials and transport to work area.
Notify Shop Supervisor of shortages.
Collect and store all material documentation and packaging for expensive components (drives, PLC components, etc.
) 2.
Read and understand mechanical layouts.
Identify placement location of all components that will be affixed in or on the enclosure utilizing provided drawings as well as Shop Supervisor and/or Project Manager instructions.
3.
Request verification of all measurements and component locations prior to drilling and/or cutting.
4.
Make required cutouts, hole punches, stud welds, etc.
using center punch, jig/saber saw/plasma cutter, grinder and other tools as appropriate.
Be sure all holes and cutouts are free of burrs before assembling parts in an enclosure.
5.
Securely mount and assemble all components and brackets in or on enclosure.
6.
Set up work table with sub panel.
Layout components, duct, DIN rail, etc.
on panel utilizing provided drawings as well as Shop Supervisor and/or Project Manager Instructions.
Mark all mounting holes, center punch, drill and tap sub panel as required.
Be sure all DIN rail cuts are free of burs and rough edges.
Securely mount all parts on sub panel using manufacturer provided parts and appropriately sized and type screws, washers and nuts.
7.
Create template for future additional panel assembly as instructed.
8.
Identify defective components and inconsistencies in drawings.
Alert Shop Supervisor so that appropriate corrective action can be taken.
9.
Utilize tables and charts to convert between decimals and fractions and also between standard and metric measurements.
10.
Remove markings, dust, and debris from panel.
Transport finished project (subpanel, enclosure, component packaging, component documentation, etc.
) to Wirer or other departments as requested.
General Shop Expectations:
1.
Record time worked daily on provided job card so that labor hours can be tracked to each project.
2.
Communicate all questions and concerns that could affect project outcome to the Shop Supervisor as soon as possible.
3.
Adapt to production schedule changes as instructed to assure customer delivery schedules and expectations are met.
4.
Utilize tools correctly and safely in order to complete assigned tasks.
Wear appropriate and required safety gear based on tool being used.
Return borrowed and company tools to appropriate location immediately after use.
5.
Affix appropriate 'Build by' and/or 'Inspected by' tag per Client's guidelines.
6.
Adhere to Client's standards regarding high quality craftsmanship.
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