Inspect narrow woven fabrics to detect defective weavings.
What does a Hand Cloth Examiner do?
Inspects narrow woven fabrics, such as labels, ribbon, and tape, to detect defective weaving, color variations, and damaged or soiled fabric: Cuts out defective sections, using hand shears. Ties cut ends together, splices ends with adhesive tape, or secures ends of roll with metal pins, using hammer. May operate sewing machine to sew cut ends together. May measure width of fabric with ruler or guide to determine conformance with standards. May tend winding device to wind fabric into rolls [BLOCKER].