Disassemble defective auto clocks for salvage or reuse of parts.
What does a Disassembler do?
Disassembles defective auto clocks for salvage or reuse of parts, using watchmakers’ tools: Turns screws and nuts and separates parts, such as case, lens, backplate, hands, and dial, using screwdrivers, pliers, and tweezers. Segregates parts in trays for reuse. Places scrap parts in tray for salvage. Removes date stamp markings from parts, using solvent and cloth. Places dented or bent cases and backplates on metal block and straightens or smooths defective part, using mallet. Records quantity and type of clocks disassembled.