Tend machines that imprint identifying data for labels on rubber footwear.
What does a Labels Molder do?
Tends machine that imprints identifying data, such as company name, trademark, or design, onto continuous strip of uncured rubber for labels on rubber footwear: Selects specified die, slides into holder on ram, and locks die in place, using wrench. Mounts roll of strip on spindle, and threads end between feeder rolls and under diehead. Starts machine and observes pressed labels for height of imprint. Stops machine and changes die or adjusts length of ram stroke for clearer imprint. Books finished strip as strip comes from press, cutting strip off at book length, using scissors. Stacks filled book on storage pile.