Top Electrical Assembler Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Electrical Assembler. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electrical Assembler resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.8% of Electrical Assembler resumes contained Electrical Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Electrical Assembler actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Electrical Assembler resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed quality assurance checks and troubleshooting and debugging of all electrical systems on new machinery.
  • Wired and installed rough and finish electrical systems into modular homes
  • Construct electrical systems for packaging applications.
  • Inspect electrical systems, equipment, or components to identify hazards, defects, or the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Install electrical systems, equipment and assemblies in the join and installation, system and installations, final body join.
  • Tested and repaired electrical systems on 5 types of locomotives with variable frequency drives, alarms and control systems.
  • Connected 110 and 12 volt electrical systems and activated switches to test the operation of appliances and light fixtures.
  • Conducted full systems test on 120v, 240v, and 480v electrical systems.
  • Install hydraulic driven generators on emergency vehicles to run 120/240 volt electrical systems.
  • Create and maintain documentation for the electrical systems build processes.
  • Install electrical systems, equipment and assemblies.
  • Assembled electrical systems, installed components and subassemblies, inspected, tested and repaired wiring assemblies on large earth moving trucks.
  • Perform an electrical systems test and inspection of electrical wiring on completed various compressor units prior to Test Department.
  • Install electrical systems, equipment and assemblies in major sub assembly and final assembly shops for 737 program.
  • Performed assembly, disassembly and repair of aircraft electrical systems, including radar and missile systems.
  • Assembled electrical systems, support structures and install component, units, subassemblies and wiring.

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2. Schematic Drawings

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Here's how Schematic Drawings is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Review and collaborate with co-workers regarding errors and/or corrections to schematic drawings.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders, reports and process sheets.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, work orders, and bill of material orders.
  • Reviewed and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications and work orders.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, blueprints, work orders, reports.
  • Followed work orders, schematic drawings, and specifications to determine methods.
  • Read and understand electrical wiring and schematic drawings and procedures.
  • Read and interpret schematic drawings, diagrams, and blueprints.
  • Assemble by Schematic Drawings, Prototype Modules builds used in Robotics for Car Manufactures, Solder and Wiring according to blueprints drawings
  • Read and interpret schematic drawings, blueprints and specifications, work orders and reports to determine materials requirements and assemble instruments.

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3. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled and reworked electrical assemblies and sub-assemblies using hand tools and calibrated equipment.
  • Be capable of using tools such as tape measure and a 6 inch scale as well as other hand tools.
  • Assembled electrical cables for various uses with hand tools, automated contact applicators, soldering and electronic power tools.
  • Assemble CNC machines * Work with hand tools * Put together control switch panels * Assemble all electrical wires Experience
  • Performed fabrication of spacecraft wire harness assemblies for Land Sat Satellite with the use of pneumatic and hand tools.
  • Use drawing or Assemble Instruction, hand tools, and power tools to build portable ultra-sound medical devices.
  • Located and repaired frayed wiring, broken connections, or incorrect wiring, using tape and hand tools.
  • Used a large variety of hand tools and reading schematics and blueprints to complete tasks and assembly.
  • Installed accessory assemblies in electrical or electronic units by using a soldering gun and hand tools.
  • Team player Skills Used soldering Use of hand tools Crimping Layout wires Work to schematic Work instructions
  • Assembled connectors using solder connections, use hand tools, crimping, and insert, extraction.
  • Use hand tools such as crimping, insert, and extraction as required on the job.
  • Use various hand tools, fixtures, power tools, computer, and labeling machines.
  • Used hand tools to cut wires to specific lengths as part of the harness assembly.
  • Heat shrunk tubing, labels and slid parts to close with power and hand tools.
  • Use of a large variety of hand tools, power tools and basic machining tools.
  • Use various hand tools to assemble hardware such as rivets, screws, and standoffs.
  • Utilize various hand tools, power tools, fixtures, templates, and microscopes.
  • Insert and positioned material and clamps, spliced and fitted parts using hand tools.
  • Bolted or screwed wired parts together, using screwdrivers and other hand tools.

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4. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Soldered and repaired printed circuit boards using micro-welding equipment.
  • Job included soldering and terminating wires and soldering circuit boards
  • Performed soldering of electrical circuit boards.
  • Followed schematics, wired and mounted circuit boards for control boards/ panels, load banks, and analyzed for electrical faults.
  • Performed through hole and point to point soldering to printed circuit boards, wiring of front panels, and cable routing.
  • Contract employee at Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. installing cables and integrated circuit boards for mail sorting machines.
  • Served as an Electrical Assembler for a major lighting company, assembled, repaired and soldered printed circuit boards.
  • Create other circuit boards form Integrated Crew TrainingSystems and tabletop simulators for classroom, shipboard and field use.
  • Mounted relays and circuit boards, routed small harnesses, and clamped following engineering documentation and supervisor instructions.
  • Assemble electrical current transformers, test procedures, solder circuit boards, wind coils, stack lamination.
  • Manufactured aviation-quality cable harnesses, control panels, printed circuit boards, and mechanical assemblies.
  • Assemble transistors and capacitors to circuit boards containing vital information used in vehicle airbag systems.
  • Manufactured circuit boards and electrical harness and made the connections required to complete assemblies.
  • Assemble circuit boards for garage lift gates and ticket machines, Package for shipment.
  • Read drawings and schematics Wire circuit boards and panels Assemble large motor drives together
  • Assembled circuit boards, Wired and placed in terminals for overload relay.
  • Install components and printed circuit boards using hand tools and power tools.
  • Inspect and test circuit boards for working order and conformance to specifications.
  • Picked electrical components and hardware for all builds and circuit boards.
  • Find circuit boards with faults and follow the correct troubleshooting process.

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5. Wire Harnesses

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Here's how Wire Harnesses is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Read and analyzed schematics to properly install and build electrical wire harnesses and electrical components by company specifications.
  • Positioned and adjusted electrical parts and connectors to facilitate assembly of wire harnesses.
  • Participated with Methods Department to develop processes and procedures to build wire harnesses resulting in significant error reduction and time savings.
  • Hired on to do all wire harnesses from coax wires to a variety of gauged stranded wire and soled wire.
  • Assemble, rework, replace, repair, electrical wire harnesses and printed circuit boards used for computers and telephones.
  • Read schematics, used various hand tools, installed wire harnesses, wired drives, and practiced extreme safety awareness.
  • Assisted with the production of wire harnesses that required gold cup soldering and also plugging of wires in appropriate relays.
  • Job Duties: * Assemble wire harnesses by crimp or solder * Worked with planners and engineers on assembly issues.
  • Utilized wire lists and schematics to build customized wire harnesses using pneumatic machines, power tools, and hand tools.
  • Build wire harnesses, assemble main power junction boxes and other electrical assemblies, build printed circuit boards.
  • Terminated wire harnesses and basic wiring for controls basic, panels, and fan motors.
  • Assembled components with hand and power tools as well as solder wire harnesses to transformers.
  • Constructed wire harnesses according to drawing layouts for use on military grade vehicles.
  • Assembled and tested complete and partial wire harnesses for use in C-130 aircraft.
  • Have successfully built most wire harnesses under the current established cycle times.
  • Assembled wire harnesses, circuit boards, and electrical control panels.
  • Make wire harnesses, piping and install all kind of enclosures.
  • Assembled electrical wire harnesses for the California Highway Patrol Cars.
  • Fabricate and repair cable assemblies and wire harnesses.
  • Assisted with the assembly of wire harnesses-certified IPC Specialist

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6. Electrical Assembly

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Here's how Electrical Assembly is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Completed final electrical assembly on variable speed drive controller for oil well drilling according to blueprint specifications.
  • Developed production drawings used during electrical assembly of laser systems.
  • Performed standard electrical assembly including fabrication of cables, soldered PC boards, and inspection while following to all safety regulations.
  • Job duties include soldering electrical components to circuit boards, wires to connectors and other electrical assembly projects.
  • Hired through Manpower electrical assembly and installing wiring harnesses for passenger trains for Wisconsin and Oregon through Amtrak.
  • Job duties include; Mechanical/electrical assembly of electronics, building by schematic print, and training new operators.
  • Perform electrical assembly on avionic components for Army, Navy, Air force, & Coast Guard helicopters.
  • Worked with Electrical Assembly of high speed robotics and downstream automation systems for the plastics injection molding industry.
  • Performed electrical assembly on cutting edge solar voltaic machines and equipment used in the production of solar wafers.
  • Perform a wide variety of diversified and difficult electrical assembly installations on all sections of the aircraft.
  • Assemble, disassemble, install, checking and troubleshooting doing rework electrical assembly components.
  • Build gas pumps from electrical assembly heads to finished product inspected and repaired as needed
  • Support all electrical assembly aspects of the manufacturing process with little to no guidance.
  • Document electrical assembly procedures on all types of equipment built.
  • Performed electrical assembly on commuter line rail cars.
  • Served as Electrical Assembly lead / Supervisor.
  • Work with tools relevant to electrical assembly.
  • Trained new electrical assembly employees.
  • Certified in Advanced Postwave/Electrical Assembly of aviation electronic display systems with Surface Mount or Through Hole installation.
  • Performed electrical assembly on commuter line rail cars Troubleshoot and repair electrical and mechanical defects.

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7. Assembly Casings

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Here's how Assembly Casings is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Manufactured electronic scoreboards Installed wiring, assembly casings.
  • Installed components, units, sub-assemblies, wiring and assembly casings.
  • Assembled electronic subassemblies, wiring, or assembly casings, using rivets, bolts, or soldering equipment.
  • Assemble electrical or support structures and install subassemblies, wiring, or assembly casings.
  • Installed components into units and assembly casings using rivets and soldering equipment.
  • Assembled electrical systems and installed components and assembly casings.

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8. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Perform and assist engineers in trouble shooting control systems inclusive of motors and their associated controls to the PLC output.
  • Tested and applied trouble shooting skills for the Actuator control system used for various water and sewage treatment plants.
  • Trouble shooting and testing fixtures before putting them through to shipment.
  • Performed electrical trouble shooting during final check out.
  • Provided machine and electrical trouble shooting services.
  • Trouble Shooting of Blue Prints And Schematics.
  • Test and trouble shooting of finished assemblies using multimeters and other types of test equipment.
  • Update computer systems for cell phone towers Complete all electrical wiring and trouble shooting Maintained full reading for schematics

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9. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Developed familiarity with PLC control interfaces for industrial equipment.
  • Fabricated, assembled, and wired custom AC/DC drive cabinets and PLC enclosures
  • Download PLC and HMI control program and test program for proper installation.
  • Metered and tested all equipment both PC and PLC based.
  • Help with PLC designs and troubleshooting failures.
  • Wired the complete Nacelle (PLC's, Motors, Transformers, ETC.)
  • Worked with Allen Bradley PLC-4's.
  • Operate computer based PLC program for programing and use of digital display to test sensors and programs on washers & conveyors.
  • Configured and troubleshot Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs) used with printing presses.
  • Read and interpret micro, PLC and relayschematics.
  • Wire PLC, Switch gear, DCS and Marshalling control panel.
  • Wired Test Furnaces and ovens Wired Temperature Control Systems Wired PLC in Test Machines Troubleshoot Returned Machines

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10. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed various elementary to more complex tasks in preparation for electronic assembly line production.
  • Identified quality of components before placement on boards and recognized damage or misplacement of components on boards on an assembly line.
  • Experience in the operation of semi-automated adhesive dispenses as well as fine wire soldering on assembly lines and work cells.
  • Experienced with specific guidelines on cleaning assembly line before and after shift to keep a safe and clean environment.
  • Interpret and Follow Blueprints for Manufactured Homes*Electrical Wiring; Welder; Carpet Layer; Wall setter on fast-paced Assembly Line
  • Perform assembly line operations to mass produce components or to assemble those components into a completed product.
  • Involved in training new hires and technical support on assembly lines and stationary boards.
  • Tested equipment to ensure it worked properly before sending to the assembly line.
  • Assemble assigned product parts on assembly line in accordance with production guidelines.
  • Performed circuit board rework and test and pulled parts kits for assembly line
  • Diagnose and repair hand tools for use of the assembly line.
  • Used hoists and cranes to lift work pieces to assembly line.
  • Receive parts as they come down the assembly line.
  • Push the assembly line to meet daily production goals.
  • Work the assembly line of modular doors and walls.
  • Worked in assembly line, very fast paced environment.
  • Rework of harnesses on Final assembly line.
  • Power supply assembly on an assembly line.
  • Worked on assembly line for Smiths Medical
  • Assemble, wire, inspect, test* and package fixtures via an assembly line or workbench process in an efficient manner.

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11. Install Components

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Here's how Install Components is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Drill and tap sheet metal, install components wiring panels.
  • Gather and install components on din rail.
  • Read and interpreted schematics, diagrams, and blueprints to assemble electrical or electronic systems install components, subassemblies and wiring.
  • Assemble electrical or electronic systems or support structures and install components,units,sub-assemblies,wiring, or assembly.
  • Install components, wiring, assemble casings, and soldering.
  • Light guide machine operator: set up various programs to follow procedures to install components on PC boards.

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12. Support Structures

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Here's how Support Structures is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Installed assembly casings, inspected and tested wiring installations and assembled electrical systems and support structures.
  • Assembled electrical systems and support structures.
  • Assembled systems and support structures, following specifications, using hand and power tools.
  • Assemble electrical, support structures and install components to game units.
  • Assembled electrical systems and support structures.
  • Assemble electrical components, and support structures, Install electrical components.

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13. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Interpreted and followed unit assembly drawings, electrical schematics, customer and engineering specifications.
  • Assembled machines according to schematics and assembly drawings using prefabricated wires.
  • Coordinate work efforts to perform assembly from components per assembly drawings/bill of material alongside other team members.
  • Read and interpret workmanship instructions, assembly drawings, wiring lists and schematics.
  • Read assembly drawings, then build fixtures.
  • Assembled and installed communication equipment using standard hand and power tools following detailed assembly drawings and specific written and oral instructions.

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14. Assembly Instructions

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Here's how Assembly Instructions is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Interpret electrical diagrams to develop assembly instructions and realize function3.
  • Cross training in other departments and Experience reading assembly instructions, Cleaning parts work areas and helping with inventory counts.
  • Assembled fixtures in accordance with assembly instructions, best practices, and direction from the production lead.
  • Assembled lamps and fixtures by following detailed assembly instructions, processes and procedures.
  • Trained transfer and new employees in assembly instructions, processes and procedures.
  • Assembled electrical control panels using schematics, blueprints and assembly instructions Installed completed panels into frames Maintained and tracked department inventory

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15. Ensure Conformance

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Here's how Ensure Conformance is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Inspected results to ensure conformance and requirements specifications.
  • Adjust or repair electrical equipment, test products to ensure conformance to specifications and pack finished products for shipment.
  • Test product to ensure conformance to specifications and identify units that fail tests and repair as necessary.
  • Test product to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Adjusted, repaired and replaced electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Excelled in interpreting detailed blueprints and inspecting completed components to ensure conformance to specifications.

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16. Component Parts

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Here's how Component Parts is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Read blueprints/specifications to determine component parts and assembly sequences of electrical units.
  • Read drawings and routers to determine assembly specifications and to identify component parts.
  • Performed sub-assembly and final assembly operation on component parts and units.
  • Adjust, repair, or replace electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Verified all parts used such as PC boards, cables, connectors, and small component parts for soldering to electronic boards
  • Inspected units to detect malfunctions, and adjusted, repaired, and replaced component parts to ensure conformance to specifications.

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17. Control Boxes

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Here's how Control Boxes is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Manufactured control boxes for actuators.
  • Work as part of a team of employees assembling wiring harnesses, electric foot switches and electrical control boxes.
  • Assembled and wired control boxes for air conditioner units and mounted air compressors on the units.
  • Assemble and wire electronic control boxes* Assemble and wire power modules* Inventory* Assemble and wire electrical harnesses
  • Installed and assembled computer equipment for portable racks and wired control boxes for surveillance equipment.
  • Assembled and wired control boxes for Constant Cooling Temperature units using Parts lists and schematics.
  • Wired control boxes using schematics, wire-list, installation procedures and engineering change orders.
  • Job Responsibilities: Assembling and Wiring Control Boxes for Medical grade Freezers and Refrigerators.
  • Build control boxes, wiring conveyors troubleshooting metal detectors and x-ray machines.
  • Assemble and build-up control boxes and safety switches for residential Elevator systems.
  • Assemble electrical control boxes on schedule, including soldering and mechanical work2.
  • Make harness connections in control boxes Test and debug newly assembled equipment.
  • Organize and layout components used for electrical panels for control boxes.
  • Tested control boxes and complete units to be shipped for purchasing.
  • Wired, aligned and assembled electrical control panels and control boxes.
  • Modify and inspect Electrical control boxes in accordance with job order.
  • Assembled Electrical control boxes and wired machine components.
  • Wire control boxes and test for malfunctions.
  • Used schematics to wire power control boxes.
  • Assembled control boxes, trailer harnesses, crimped terminals with hand & air tools Worked off work orders & cut sheets

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18. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Follow all safety standards in PC Board area to prevent any electrostatic hazard to ensure quality in final inspection and testing.
  • Inspected and tested fixtures before sending to final inspection and shipping or stock.
  • Test lighting systems after completion of assembly prior to sending to final inspection.
  • Perform final inspection and package, prepare documentation for shipment.
  • Ensured the wire installations assemblies and circuits for operations follow the procedure Performed assembly adjustments and final inspection to meet engineering specifications
  • Assemble switchPrep MechWire mechSelf final inspectionClean at the end of shift

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19. Mechanical Assembly

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Here's how Mechanical Assembly is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Trained other workers on electrical and mechanical assembly and installation of truck components.
  • Performed mechanical assembly on sub assemblies.
  • Team Player - Voluntarily cross-trained to assist in mechanical assembly of high-purity gas delivery systems in a class 1000 clean room.
  • Light to medium mechanical assembly, including drilling, wiring, cutting, and filling.
  • Produced a minimum of 400 units a day in a high speed mechanical assembly environment.
  • Maintain warehouse cleanliness and assist with prepping parts for mechanical assembly.
  • Fabricate sheet metal parts as part of the mechanical assembly
  • Perform soldering, crimping and mechanical assembly tasks.
  • Trouble shooting boards Surface mount & soldering Mechanical assembly Recognizing solder bridges and fixing
  • Cable Wire and Harness Assemblies sub - Assembly Builds Complete Box Builds Mechanical Assembly Printed circuit board Assembly & Test
  • Cut, strip, and connect wires Assemble parts Verify and inspect parts Hand tools and machine use Mechanical Assembly
  • solder electronic parts .Inspect parts for any defects ,electrical ,mechanical assembly

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20. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Perform removal, replace and repair of circuit breakers, diodes, relays and other parts of aircraft electrical systems.
  • Wired panel according to schematic diagram, Labeled circuit breakers, terminal blocks, and all other components.
  • Connected wiring to accessories such as relays, circuit breakers, plugs switches and solenoids.
  • Required to assemble wire switches, circuit breakers, lights, and electrical devices.
  • Wired motors, alternators, circuit breakers, relays, speed and temperature sensors.
  • Assemble Circuit Breaker, Disconnect Switch enclosures Install and wire circuit breakers, transformers, disconnect switches Hardwire electrical generator enclosures

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21. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Provided feed-back to manufacturing procedures of avionics/airplane (787) designs through controlled test procedures, report documents and tools.
  • Performed test procedures to assure the correct assembly and operations of air conditioning units.
  • Assemble all hydro and or gas test set ups using correct fittings needle valves and proper gauges according to test procedures.
  • Test, Pass or fail parts based on engineering test procedures and did any necessary repairs and adjustments.
  • Perform tests or inspections and collect data, Read and critique blue prints assembly diagrams and test procedures.
  • Analyze test procedures, work orders, blueprints, schematics, specifications, project tooling and fixtures.

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22. Materials Requirements

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Here's how Materials Requirements is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Read work orders to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions.
  • Determined materials requirements.Recognized parts and polarity by visual inspection.
  • Read and interpreted diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders and reports to determine materials requirements and assembly instructions.

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23. High Voltage

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Here's how High Voltage is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Wired and Cabled High Voltage Cabinets onto Locomotives in Locomotive Division.
  • Assemble high voltage lockers and cabinets while following company and industry safety rules, practices, and procedures.
  • Install category 1, category 2, and category 3 wiring harnesses in high voltage cabinets.
  • Download and interpret wiring schematics; perform checklist of error prevention, assemble high voltage transformers
  • Assembled & cabled of Electrical Lockers / High Voltage Cabinets for Freight & Passenger Locomotives.
  • Certified on fork lift, completed high voltage training and knowledgeable with MSHA requirements.
  • Performed duties with low voltage, medium voltage and high voltage.
  • Install electrical components and wiring in high voltage cabinets.
  • Assembled, mounted high voltage and low voltage switch panels Assembled and mounted telemetry and control switchboards
  • Assemble and test and troubleshoot high voltage contactors
  • Produced and assembled of high voltage switchgear.

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24. Assembly Procedures

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Here's how Assembly Procedures is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Used schematics and assembly procedures to assemble chassis, panels, power supplies, and various top assembly communications
  • Developed test and assembly procedures, and performed test & check and troubleshooting prior to machine shipment.
  • Explained assembly procedures and techniques to other workers through routing tapes and stickers indicating written instructions.
  • Build and test generators, and rectifiers from purchased components per assembly procedures
  • Trained other workers on assembly procedures and techniques.
  • Trained new employees on assembly procedures.
  • Explain assembly procedures or techniques to other workers Cuts wire to specified lengths, using wire cutters.

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25. PCB

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Here's how PCB is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Mounted assembled components, such as grid to Formica, sandwiches to backer frame, PCB and coil assembly.
  • Maintained Product Manuals* Assembled Computer circuit PCB* Maintained the proper procedures, and prepare office work if needed.
  • Included building harnesses, drill and tap chassis, soldered and modified PCB boards.
  • Soldered components on PCB's through - hole, some surface mount.
  • Installed Components onto PCB for wave soldering/Inspected PCB/reworked if required.
  • Hand soldered through hole PCB boards and surface mount components.
  • Verified product quality through visual inspection and PCB testing.
  • Assembled water bugs and PCB boards.
  • Cable Assembly and soldered PCB components.
  • Test and engineering PCB rework.
  • Mask, stuff, PCB, test production.
  • Assemble panels and PCB's.
  • Perform PCB hand soldering with low and high temperature soler and inspects solder joints created manually.
  • Use various types of machines to remove PCBs from sheets.
  • Tested, calibrated & troubleshoot PCBs.
  • Assembled 200 PCBs per day.
  • performed thru hole assembly & soldering various components to PCB's following various specs & directions from building documents blue prints.
  • Key Results: Inserted and soldered electronic components into PCBs.
  • Assembled and reworked PCB's Soldered Flat Packs using a Microscope Utilized the Arbor Press & Bracker machines

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26. Resistance Factors

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Here's how Resistance Factors is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Inspect and test wiring installations, assemblies, and circuits for resistance factors and for operation; record and file results.
  • Inspected circuits for resistance factors and operations.

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27. Electrical Boxes

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Here's how Electrical Boxes is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Build, Test, Trouble shoot, and service electrical boxes for Auto lifts and custom designer lifts.
  • Installed conduit, electrical boxes, light switches, lights, sensors, actuators and electrical panels.
  • Assembled and tested electrical boxes, machined and bent steel, aluminum, and copper.
  • Build and troubleshoot electrical boxes and panels and trailers for government projects.
  • Build and layout of electrical boxes from schematics and work instructions.
  • Assembled and wired several types of electrical boxes.
  • Hang electrical boxes, conduit and pull wire.
  • Wired electrical boxes from reading blue prints.
  • Assemble electrical boxes of various forms.
  • Assembled plates for prebuilds Assembled prebuilds for wiring Wired electrical boxes for pivots

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28. Record Results

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Here's how Record Results is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble, test, and record results for military-grade equipment.
  • Inspect or test wiring installations, assemblies, or circuits for resistance factors or for operation and record results.
  • Inspect or test wiring installations, assemblies, or circuits for resistancefactors or for operation and record results.
  • Inspect and test circuit boards for resistancefactors, operation and record results.
  • warehouse Install components, wiring, and casings Pack finished assemblies for shipment Inspect and test wiring installations and record results Inventory

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29. SMT

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Here's how SMT is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Conducted repairs on PCBs (SMT).
  • Hand soldered surface mount component, SMT, thru hole, and jumper wires under microscope.
  • Soldered SMT boards Soldered negative and positive wires to magnets Assembled components together per specs Labeled finished products Packaged products per document
  • Perform SMT and TH hand soldering of electronic components using defined manufacturing procedures and engineering drawings.
  • Soldered SMT component manually as well as automatically using appropriate machinery.
  • Perform Surface-Mount Technology electronic components and SMT assembly process.

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30. BOM

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Here's how BOM is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Demonstrated ability to perform electrical blueprint and BOM readings.
  • Used bills of materials (BOM) to determine all the materials needed for the job and gathering them.
  • Job Duties include: Pulled parts for unit build using BOM sheet, Laid out panel using template.
  • Inspect all products within bill of material (BOM) specification.
  • Report any design or BOM deficiencies through the proper channels.
  • Created electrical BOM's for purchasing.
  • Build product specific BOM's.
  • Read BOM, Blue Prints, Schematics, Engineer's Instructions sheets.
  • Worked from BOM;Blue Prints, Technical drawings, Enc.
  • Build and test Small Diameter Bomb from bare frame to a fully complete assembly by installing sub assemblies.
  • Assemble Small Diameter Bomb per assembly process specifications in a clean room environment.
  • Performed several stations in the assembly of the lazar guided bomb.
  • Verify manufacturer part #'s & BOM.
  • Modified boards,etc., as needed by engineering, and created BOMs for release to contract manufacturing.
  • Used small hand tools to perform work.1 Operated computer terminal to access drawings and BOMs.

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31. Production Problems

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Here's how Production Problems is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Assisted leads, supervisors, and engineers to review work activities and to resolve production problems.
  • Conferred with testers and engineers to prevent production problems and malfunctions of all assembled equipment.
  • Confer with supervisors or engineers to plan or review work activities or to resolve production problems.

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32. Assembly Methods

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Here's how Assembly Methods is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine established assembly methods, and then crimped terminal eyelets and lugs to wires.
  • Utilize assembly methods which comply with customer/end-user specification and established standards (UL and CSA).
  • Assemble a wide variety of unit/transfer switches using prescribed sub assembly methods.
  • Read work orders, blueprints and specifications to determine established assembly methods.
  • Helped to start and plan assembly methods for new products.

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33. Tag Components

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Here's how Tag Components is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Refurbish product, correct defects, and tag components.
  • Tag components, adjust or repair electrical equipment.
  • Clean parts, mark and tag components.
  • Mark and tag components so that stock inventory can be tracked and identified.

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34. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Wired and piped all controls, cables and switches of CNC and bar machines.
  • Assisted with maintenance on various CNC machines.
  • Machine operator- drilling, CNC manufactured parts.
  • Set up and operated CNC and manual mills and lathes, honing machines, surface grinders and other equipment.
  • Worked with a variety of break press equipment, Hydro press, Drop Hammer and small CNC Machines.
  • Assemble CNC machines using precision tooling such as indicator, and torque wrench.

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35. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Provided other assemblers with recommendations on control panel assembly to exceed corporate quality standards.
  • Finish products to make sure it meets quality standards, Prepare products by sanding, blasting, and chemical cleaning.
  • Ensured that established quality standards are adhered to make sure wires are tie wrapped and neatly inserted in enclosures.
  • Perform assembly work to manufacture assemblies and products in a cost effective and timely manner while fulfilling quality standards.
  • Assure that all production meets quality standards to the satisfaction of 'Priceless Plane Products'.
  • Maintain company's high standards to safety, quality standards, goals & performance objectives
  • Reported passage of quality standards for each unit or documentation of specific failure.
  • Performed quality work checks to ensure the product met quality standards
  • Maintain Quality standards per ISO 9001 standards.
  • Inspect boards for quality standards.. Assemble electronic products using provided documentation, work instructions and proper tools.

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36. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled cell phones to meet customer specifications.
  • Work with engineering staff to utilize best solution on control panel layout solution to meet customer specifications.
  • Work on projects that involved box level electronics wiring Create wiring harnesses that met customer specifications.
  • Wire panels by blue prints, wiring diagram, and schematics by customer specifications Solder
  • Configured completed devices according to customer specifications
  • Tested the output frequency of antennas using computer guided software; tuned frequency according to exact customer specifications.

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37. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Cleaned and inspected finished light fixtures for quality and customer satisfaction.
  • Fixed all the light fixtures in warehouse and prepared them for delivery.
  • Job duties include filling orders by assembling light fixtures.
  • Wire light fixtures based on wiring diagram.
  • Hang light fixtures in showroom.
  • Build, inspect and test the light fixtures.
  • Led assembly , ohms and high pot testing on all assembled light fixtures as well as packaging and staging.
  • Assemble light fixtures, attach properly colored wires to batteries and balasts.
  • Assembled various LED, Corelite, & Neo Ray light fixtures.

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38. Wire Strippers

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Here's how Wire Strippers is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Used soldering irons, crimpers, wire strippers, and assembly tools.
  • Used wire strippers, automatic pinning machines, and various hand crimpers.
  • Used soldering irons, cutters of various types, wire strippers and assembly tools.
  • Used welding machines, pliers, wire strippers.
  • Used soldering irons, pliers, cutters of various types, wire strippers, assembly tools.
  • Used wire strippers, assembly tools.

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39. ESD

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Here's how ESD is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Solder, electrical bonding, torque, and ESD certified.
  • Trained in proper ESD handling of components and sub-assemblies.
  • Performed ESD testing and ground test, check the control panel for and color and clarity.
  • Maintained assembly configuration control, documentation support, basic skills in ECO's and ESD's.
  • Follow all ESD applicable methods,
  • Demonstrated the understanding of ESD and of how to work within an ESD controlled environment.

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40. Final Product

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Here's how Final Product is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Assisted engineers by reviewing and updating diagrams and improving overall quality of final products.
  • Decontaminated final product by troubleshooting repairing as needed
  • Checked final product for quality to ensure that installation and construction was performed accurately to meet the expectations of customers.
  • Produced wind harnesses, and performed quality testing of final products and components.
  • Meet and exceed quality standards in final product design.
  • Inspected final product according to quality control standards.

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41. Continuity Tests

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Here's how Continuity Tests is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Verified products and performed electrical continuity tests on all products.
  • Conduct functional and continuity tests of electrical assemblies.
  • Perform continuity tests of electrical assemblies using ohmmeter, test lights and other electrical testing equipment.
  • Performed continuity tests, light tests, and used various test equipment required for testing.
  • Preformed continuity tests and functional test to confirm that circuits were correct.
  • Performed continuity tests and troubleshooting of instrument panels.

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42. Verbal Instructions

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Here's how Verbal Instructions is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Work from engineering drawings, blue prints, wiring diagrams and engineering change documents and verbal instructions.
  • Read work orders, followed production drawings, sample assemblies and verbal instructions.
  • Work done from drawings, schematics and verbal instructions.
  • Worked according to written and verbal instructions.
  • Performed mechanical assembly on ticketing and fare systems via mechanical drawings and verbal instructions.
  • Perform assembly operations according to written work instructions or verbal instructions.

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43. Air Hoses

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Here's how Air Hoses is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Clean parts, using cleaning solutions, air hoses, and cloths.

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44. Wire Ends

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Here's how Wire Ends is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Inserted either pinned ends or stripped raw wire ends into their locations either in a plug or in a WAGO strip.
  • Attach appropriate fittings to wire ends, crimp and terminate using hand or machine crimping tool(s).
  • Crimped terminal eyelets and lugs to wire ends, using mechanical crimping device.
  • Prepare wire ends with ferrules to ensure strength in connection and wire integrity.
  • Cut plastic sleeves and slipped sleeves over wire ends to insulate connections.

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45. Sub Assemblies

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Here's how Sub Assemblies is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Control wire, power wire, frame, build sub assemblies for high voltage generator.
  • Assembled various electronic boards, sub assemblies and custom cables.
  • Build assemblies and sub assemblies.
  • Solder electronic sub assemblies such as resistors, amphenols, and din connectors.
  • Selected, aligned, joined and assembled all electromechanical components and sub assemblies.
  • Performed electrical tests on completed sub assemblies, reworked and troubleshooting questionable units.

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46. Tap Holes

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Here's how Tap Holes is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Drill or tap holes in specified equipment locations to mount control units or to provide openings for elements, wiring instruments.
  • Drill and tap holes in specified locations to mount components on a specific assembly using hand and power tools.
  • Drill and tap holes for parts to be mounted using portable power drills.
  • Drill and tap holes and route cables back to junction boxes or panels.
  • Drill and tap holes for mounting terminal strips and junction s boxes.
  • Drilled and Tap holes for control panel.

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47. Mechanical Design

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Here's how Mechanical Design is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed mechanical design and installation of components to meet specified tolerances and customer requirements.
  • Led applicable mechanical design and integrity/reliability issues for static & rotating equipment.
  • Coordinated structural, electrical and mechanical designs.
  • Collaborate with engineers to implement electromechanical designs in industrial or other settings.

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48. Quality Checks

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Here's how Quality Checks is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Conducted quality checks on incoming shipments
  • Perform quality checks consistent with the inspection and control plans.
  • Job Duties: Performed quality checks on products and parts.
  • Inspected parts and electrical components for quality checks.
  • Assembled electrics along with preforming quality checks.
  • Close attention to detailed Manufacturing Instructions.Perform quality checks at each work station.
  • Perform quality checks at each work station, Wiring devices using wiring diagrams.

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49. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Electrical Assembler jobs:
  • Followed OSHA Safety Regulations and company safety policies.
  • Maintained all the electrical components according to OSHA Standards.
  • Utilized OSHA safety compliance when testing CO exposure, methane, & refrigerants.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse with OSHA safety standards.
  • Assist with implementing safety precautions to meet OSHA guidelines.
  • Maintained OSHA standards and regulations.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Electrical Assembler

Electrical Systems15.2%
Schematic Drawings15%
Hand Tools10.4%
Circuit Boards10.2%
Wire Harnesses7.6%
Electrical Assembly7.3%
Assembly Casings3.3%
Trouble Shooting3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Electrical Assembler

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
11.8%
11.8%
2
2
Schematic Drawings
Schematic Drawings
11.6%
11.6%
3
3
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
8.1%
8.1%
4
4
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
7.9%
7.9%
5
5
Wire Harnesses
Wire Harnesses
5.9%
5.9%
6
6
Electrical Assembly
Electrical Assembly
5.6%
5.6%
7
7
Assembly Casings
Assembly Casings
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
2.5%
2.5%
9
9
PLC
PLC
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Install Components
Install Components
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Support Structures
Support Structures
2.1%
2.1%
13
13
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Assembly Instructions
Assembly Instructions
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Ensure Conformance
Ensure Conformance
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Component Parts
Component Parts
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Control Boxes
Control Boxes
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Mechanical Assembly
Mechanical Assembly
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Materials Requirements
Materials Requirements
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
High Voltage
High Voltage
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Assembly Procedures
Assembly Procedures
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
PCB
PCB
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Resistance Factors
Resistance Factors
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Electrical Boxes
Electrical Boxes
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Record Results
Record Results
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
SMT
SMT
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
BOM
BOM
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Production Problems
Production Problems
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Assembly Methods
Assembly Methods
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Tag Components
Tag Components
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
CNC
CNC
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Wire Strippers
Wire Strippers
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
ESD
ESD
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Final Product
Final Product
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Continuity Tests
Continuity Tests
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Verbal Instructions
Verbal Instructions
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Air Hoses
Air Hoses
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Wire Ends
Wire Ends
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Sub Assemblies
Sub Assemblies
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Tap Holes
Tap Holes
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Mechanical Design
Mechanical Design
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Quality Checks
Quality Checks
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Osha
Osha
0.5%
0.5%

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