Assemble, test, and repair precision electromechanical equipment.
What does an Electromechanical Assembler do?
Assembles, tests, and repairs precision electromechanical parts, assemblies, and equipment, such as gyros, servomechanisms, electronic instruments, radar, and missile controls, according to blueprints, diagrams, and specifications, using handtools, power tools, precision instruments, and test equipment: Reads blueprints, schematics, and technical orders to determine methods and sequence of assembly operations. Examines parts for surface defects. Aligns, fits, and assembles component parts into completed units, using handtools, power tools, fixtures, and templates. Verifies dimensions and clearances of parts to ensure conformance to blueprint specifications, using instruments, such as micrometers, calipers, and height gauges. Solders and bolts electrical and electronic components in specified location on assembly [ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLER 726.684-018]. Tests functional performance of completed electromechanical assemblies, using test equipment. Repairs, reworks, and calibrates assemblies to meet operational tolerances. May fabricate parts, using shop equipment.