Tend circular abrasive saws to cut carbon or graphite stocks.
What does a Carbon Cutter do?
Tends circular abrasive saw to cut carbon or graphite stock to specified size or bevel: Measures carbon or graphite stock, using rule or micrometers and marks line of cut with rule or scribe. Turns setscrews to adjust guides and stops, according to size of stock. Positions and clamps stock against guides. Starts machine and pushes stock along machine bed through cutting disk.