Glue and drive tenons of precut wood parts into mortises of other parts.
What does a Knock-Up Assembler do?
Glues and drives tenons of precut wood parts into mortises of other parts to assemble wood products, such as window sashes, door frames, boxes, or furniture or cabinet parts: Brushes glue on tenons or into mortises. Places wood parts on worktable according to specified pattern and sequence and drives tenons of parts into mortises of adjacent parts, using mallet. Inserts mullions between stiles and rails of multipane windows and fastens them with glue. Stacks completed items on skid. May insert wedges into mortises to fasten parts together. May operate clamp machine to squeeze tenons into mortises. May be designated according to product assembled as Door Assembler II; Sash Assembler.