Woodenware Assembler

Assemble wooden articles.

What does a Woodenware Assembler do?

Assembles wooden articles, such as ladders, stools, benches, and folding chairs from prefabricated parts; and fastens them together with bolts, nails, or screws, using hand or power tools. May place parts in jig and force parts together for assembly, using pneumatic press. May fasten sections together and attach brackets, using riveting machine. May inspect ladders for conformance to plant and government standards. May be designated according to product assembled as Towel-Rack Assembler. May read work orders to determine materials required, number of assemblers needed, and time required to complete work order. May adjust pneumatic bench press according to blueprint of wooden article to be manufactured.