Manage workers pressing, audio-testing, and inspecting phonograph records.
What does a Record Press Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in pressing, audio-testing, and inspecting phonograph records: Directs workers in setting up record presses. Examines records for defects, such as bubbles and dents and analyzes data compiled in audio-testing to determine cause of defects. Directs workers in changing record compound, ordering new dies, or cleaning dies to correct defects. Adjusts press controls to regulate water and steam pressure or length of process cycle, according to type of record compound. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.