Tend machines that automatically cut and fold printed paper strips.
What does a Matchbook Assembler do?
Tends machine that automatically cuts, scores, and folds printed paper strips and staples them to matchbook combs to form matchbooks: Places roll of matchbook cover strip on machine spindle and threads end through machine. Loads machine magazine with wire staples and starts machine. Inserts matchbook comb strips into slots on feed conveyor that conveys them to stapling unit that fastens cover to comb strip to form matchbook. Observes machine operation to detect malfunction. Removes finished matchbooks from bin and packs specified number into boxes.