The individual at work is responsible for assembling the different modules in the IT hardware to complete the product. The individual receives different electronic and electromechanical modules, fits and assembles them together. The operator may assemble multiple modules and/or products by following operating procedures for different models.
The individual at work is responsible for various processes such as winding, flattening, protective taping, metal spraying, welding, resin filling and baking at various stages of capacitor manufacture.
The individual at work verifies the functioning of the sensor of the meter and attaches the assembled PCB to outer case.
The individual at work assembles the power supply and micro-controller PCBs, sends them for programming and completes the box assembly thereafter.
The individual at work fits together different electronics and electro-mechanical parts and modules and connects them to manufacture the PMD or X -Ray machine as per product design.
The individual at work is responsible for assembling and wiring up of various components, modules or sub-assemblies and systems to make the complete product.
The individual at work is responsible for fitting in the different modules of the television set into the frame using appropriate screws and connectors during the different stages of the assembly process. The individual is expected to minimise errors at every stage since the assembly line is continuously in motion
The individual at work assembles and connects together the various modules and parts of the UPS unit.
The individual at work coordinates with production planning team, stores, quality assurance and assembly team to implement production schedule, manage shifts and allocate work in order to meet deadlines and quality standards.
The individual at work is responsible for testing the capacitor using automated testing machine for electrical, tan-delta and capacitance as per machine specifications.
The individual at work operates a scanner to verify each circuit connection of the manufactured PCB in order to check for any ‘shorts’ or ‘open’ on the single or multilayer boards ensuring that the bare board performs as per original circuit design.
The individual at work fits and connects together all modules and sub-assemblies of the device in an outer casing or box of metal or plastic moulding to produce the final product.
The individual at work is responsible for completing the product assembly by fixing sub-assemblies and modules, and connecting through routing of cabling or wire harnesses