Compile and feed input data into computer.
What does a Computerized Mill Mill Recorder do?
Compiles and feeds input data into computer that controls reduction processing of steel slabs on roughing section of hot-strip rolling mill and records mill production and operating data: Reviews rolling schedule to ascertain operational data, such as slab sizes, metallurgical analysis, and rolling sequences. Contacts heating personnel by intercom system to ascertain stock of scheduled slabs and notifies crew of deviations from rolling schedule. Notifies supervisor when data is in computer. Monitors computer readout and adjusts input data according to read failures, data errors, or when notified by heating personnel of out-of-sequence changes, no changes, or runback of slabs due to insufficient rolling temperature. Prepares production and delay reports from data in logs and information received from mill crew.