Profession glass beveller
Glass bevellers measure, cut, assemble and install flat glass and mirrors. They also load and unload glass, mirrors and equipment, drive to installation sites, install metal or wood frameworks that need to be fitted with glass, and work according to client specifications.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Use personal protection equipment
Make use of protection equipment according to training, instruction and manuals. Inspect the equipment and use it consistently.
- Trim excess material
Trim surplus material of fabric such as fiberglass mats, cloth, plastics or rubber.
- Cut glass
Use glass cutting tools or diamond blades to cut pieces out of glass plates, including mirrors.
- Measure materials
Measure the raw materials prior to their loading in the mixer or in machines, ensuring they conform with the specifications.
- Rinse glass
Rinse the glass following the bevelling process using water in order to remove the abrasive residue.
- Manipulate glass
Manipulate the properties, shape and size of glass.
- Operate bevelling machine
Operate the bevelling machine by setting it up and performing the specific operations such as beveling or polishing glass or mirror edges.
- Inspect glass sheet
Inspect the drawn sheets of glass in order to detect any flows such as blisters or stones, signalling the defective glass sheets.
- Read standard blueprints
Read and comprehend standard blueprints, machine, and process drawings.
- Adjust glass sheets
Adjust glass sheets` thickness, according to the gauge readings, using asbestos pads on the sides of the kilns` cooling jacket.