Profession industrial machinery assembler

Industrial machinery assemblers manufacture industrial equipment such as industrial robots, assembly line machines, and labeling machines. They use hand tools and computer-controlled machines.

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Personality Type

  • Realistic / Conventional

Knowledge

  • Mechanics

    Theoretical and practical applications of the science studying the action of displacements and forces on physical bodies to the development of machinery and mechanical devices.

Skills

  • Install machinery

    Build the pre-assembled components of a machine on site, adjust it according to specifications and put it into operation.

  • Assemble machines

    Assemble machines according to instructions and specifications.

  • Secure working area

    Secure the operation site fixing boundaries, restricting access, placing signs and taking other measures in order to guarantee public and staff safety.

  • Inspect industrial equipment

    Inspect equipment used during industrial activities such as manufacturing or construction equipment in order to ensure that the equipment complies with health, safety, and environmental legislation.

  • Maintain industrial equipment

    Perform routine maintenance on industrial machinery and equipment to ensure that it is clean and in safe, working order.

  • Perform maintenance on installed equipment

    Perform the maintenance on installed equipment on-site. Follow procedures to avoid uninstalling equipment from machinery or vehicles.

Optional knowledge and skills

manufacturing of taps and valves resolve equipment malfunctions recognise signs of corrosion develop assembly instructions monitor automated machines manufacturing of pumps and compressors apply technical communication skills set up machine controls read standard blueprints record test data repair industrial equipment operate industrial equipment perform pre-assembly quality checks use welding equipment troubleshoot manufacturing of office equipment maintain records of maintenance interventions use testing equipment inspect quality of products wear appropriate protective gear