Assemble woven-wood shades.
What does a Woven Wood Shade Assembler do?
Assembles woven-wood shades, performing any combination of following tasks: Cuts woven-wood material to specified length and width, using scissors or razor blade. Verifies length of shade material with tape measurer, applies glue to bottom slats of shade material, rolls slat over, and clamps slats with hand clamp to allow glue to dry and form hem or valance. Attaches headrail to top of shade material, using handtools, pneumatic stapler, and portable electric drill. Cuts specified design along bottom of shade material or valance and attaches fringe to cut portion, using shears and glue. Installs pulley in headrail, using handtools, cuts cord with knife, and threads cord through shade and pulleys to complete assembly of shade. Pulls cord to cause movement of shade to detect and adjust functioning defects. Examines damaged shades to determine extent of damage and repairs damage, using handtools, tape, glue, and needle.