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Machine Fastener

Tend machines that attach shoe parts to partially assembled shoes.

What does a Machine Fastener do?

Tends nailing, slugging, stapling, or tacking machine that attaches shoe parts, such as heel, insole, and shank to partially assembled shoes: Aligns parts on bed of machine, or positions them under machine head. Depresses pedal that lowers holding device, or holds parts against guide. Depresses pedal or lever that drives fasteners into parts. Fills hopper of nailing or tacking machine, or replaces wire spool on spindle of slugging or stapling machine. May brush cement onto parts prior to joining. May be designated according to part joined as Heeler, Machine; Insole Tacker; Ornament Stapler; Top-Lift Nailer. May be designated: Bow Stapler; Buckle Stapler; Fiber-Heel-Piece Shaper; Gore Stapler; Heel-Seat Filler; Heel-Seat-Flap Stapler; Nail Welter; Outsole Tacker; Platform Stapler; Rand Tacker; Shank Stapler; Sole Stapler, Welt; Toe Stapler.