Attach various parts to assemble electric clocks, using handtools.
What does a Clock Assembler do?
Attaches power cords, cases, dials, and hands to electric clock movements to assemble electric clocks, using handtools: Inserts end of power cord through opening in clock case and splices wires from motor of clock movement to cord, using plastic connectors. Fastens case to clock movement, using pneumatic screwdriver. Positions dial over front plate of movement and attaches hour, minute, and second hands to cannon pinion, using wrench. Aligns clock hands and alarm indicator and pulls alarm button to test mechanism. Snaps plastic crystal into case, affixes label to back of case and places assembled clock on conveyor for further processing.