Assemble leaf-type springs.
What does a Spring Assembler do?
Assembles leaf-type springs, performing any combination of following tasks: Picks up specified spring leaves from conveyor and inserts metal rod through center holes of leaves to align leaves lengthwise and form springs. Removes rod and attaches leaves together with nut and bolt, using pneumatic wrench. Attaches pads and clips to leaf spring to maintain spring alignment. Places ends of spring under bushing machine and activates machine to insert rubber bushings. May spread grease over surface of spring leaves before assembly, using greasing apparatus or brush. May compress leaves prior to attaching center bolt, using press. May be designated according to specific task performed as Bolt-Up Worker; Bushing-And-Broach Operator; Catcher; Clip Riveter; Greaser; Pinner.