Tend wood-web weaving machines that bind together wood slats.
What does a Wood Web Weaving Machine Operator do?
Tends wood-web weaving machine that binds together wood slats to form indoor or porch shades: Spreads bundle of wood slats on machine bed. Starts machine and feeds slats into machine jaw which grips and pulls slats over and under warp threads. Stops machine to tie broken warp ends. Positions shade on stapling machine carriage and depresses pedal to staple molding and splints on top and bottom of shade. May tend machine that binds together plastic slats with decorative yarn to form window blinds and be designated Woven-Blind-Loom Tender.