Supervise the workers engaged in making and repairing cast iron molds.
What does a Mold Making Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in making and repairing cast iron molds used to produce bottles and other glass containers: Refers to machine shop blueprints and specification charts in manual to determine maximum allowable dimensions for basic type container specified by customer. Studies bottle design designated by customer and estimates glass shrinkage to calculate loss in capacity due to design. Computes dimensional corrections for molds to retain designated glass distribution and bottle capacity. Examines bottles having such defects as improper glass distribution, ridges, and rough surfaces, to determine if defects are due to mold or faulty production equipment. Receives mold change orders, and issues instructions for delivery of molds to bottle-making machines. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.