Supervise and coordinate workers engaged in cutting flat or sheet glasses.
What does a Glass Cut-Off Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates workers engaged in cutting flat or sheet glass to length from continuous ribbon of glass to facilitate handling or cutting glass to size on automatic or semiautomatic cutting machines: Reviews production schedules to determine cutting dimensions and cutting sequence. Measures length and width of cut glass to ensure cutters are spaced correctly. Gauges thickness of glass with micrometer to ensure that glass thickness is within specifications, and notifies glass drawing or rolling department of measurements. Examines glass for flaws, such as stones, blisters, or cracks, to ensure maintenance of standards. Examines equipment for malfunction and orders repairs, such as change of cutter heads. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title. May perform test runs to ensure cutting program on computerized cutting equipment is correct. May supervise workers packing glass in shipping containers.