Feed soap slabs into machine that cut slabs into bars.
What does a Slabber do?
Feeds soap slabs into machine that cuts slabs into bars: Places slab of soap on cradle of machine. Starts motor or depresses clutch to activate mechanism that forces slab through cutting frame, divides it into bars, and deposits bars in racks at opposite end of cradle. Inspects bars for specified size. Removes scrap soap from cutter and dumps it into hopper for reprocessing. Pushes rack dolly into dryer. May draw cutting wires through soap slab, using hand-powered winch. May be designated according to size or weight of slab cut as Slabber, Light.