Top Mechanical Assembler Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mechanical Assembler. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mechanical Assembler resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.8% of Mechanical Assembler resumes contained Component Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mechanical Assembler actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Component Parts

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Here's how Component Parts is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed sub-assembly and final assembly operation on component parts and units.
  • 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.
  • Clamped, tack-welded, heat-bent, ground and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Crimped, screwed, bolted, riveted and glued electronic component parts to ensure conformance specifications.
  • Install and make difficult repairs and alterations per design changes; fabricate and fit component parts.
  • Used visual monitor to determine component parts and assembly sequences of mechanical units.
  • Aligned, crimped, and assembled component parts into completed units.
  • Tend machines that press, drill and tap component parts.
  • Unpacked, inspected inventory component parts for assembly.
  • Clean components; load component parts onto jig/fixture.
  • Determined component parts for assembly sequences of mechanical units Operated crane to transport and/or position trains
  • Align, fit, or assemble component parts, using hand or power tools, fixtures, templates, or microscopes.
  • Assemble bracketry, frames or perform minor soldering of component parts to boards or connectors.
  • Assembled Peterbilt truck component parts for assembly plant in Denton TX

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2. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Completed mechanical assembly following drawings and schematics to meet customer specifications utilizing various hand tools.
  • Assembled electronic communication routers using electrical and hand tools according to schematics and process sheets.
  • Performed general mechanical assembly using hand tools.
  • Use torque tools, hand tools and pneumatic tools, crimping, soldering, splicing(mechanical and solder splice).
  • Assembled Big-U (CP-800, CP-US, and CP-500HE) using several of hand tools and follow procedures according to documentations.
  • Assembled systems, positioned, aligned, and fastened units to assemblies, sub-assemblies frames using hand tools and power tools.
  • Assemble X-Ray Machines for Homeland Security using power and hand tools, while keeping work area neat, clean and organized.
  • Build and test laser machines using an assortment of hand tools and measuring equipment working with microns and very close tolerances.
  • Experienced with blueprints, specifications, power tools, hand tools, punching, drilling, cutting oil, tapping etc.
  • Mount compressor, condenser, and other components in specified locations on frames, using hand tools acetylene welding equipment.
  • Fabricate and assemble structural functional components of MRAP system, using hand tools, power tools, and welding equipment.
  • Cleaned, oiled and attached system components to aircraft, using hand tools, power tools, and measuring instruments.
  • Machine parts into workable manufactured pieces by use of bench grinders, calipers, micrometer, and various hand tools.
  • Used hand tools such as cutters, strippers, calipers, feeler gauges, and power tools and torque tools.
  • Utilize prints, hand tools, measuring devices, and job knowledge to assure form, fit, and function.
  • Assembled batteries used for light houses using hand tools Tested electrical parts (using Windows) used for car remotes
  • Used a wide variety of hand tools including hoists, drills, precision measuring instruments and electronic testing devices.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, and measuring devices such as tapes, gauges, calipers and micrometers.
  • Fabricate machine parts according to blueprints using mill, lathe, grinder, drill press, and hand tools.
  • Performed electrical and mechanical assembly, using various hand tools fixtures, visual aid and released document work instructions.

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3. Electro-Mechanical

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Here's how Electro-Mechanical is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed various mechanical/electro-mechanical sub-assemblies for final products.
  • Utilized and interpreted highly complex electro-mechanical drawings to wire, assemble, test, and calibrate semiconductor fabrication equipment and sub-assemblies.
  • Performed all small mechanical assembly operations including carrying out various types of electrical, electronic and electro-mechanical assembly related operations.
  • Performed a variety of electrical, mechanical, electronic, and electro-mechanical assembly operations, including soldering and cable fabrication.
  • Perform basic and routine electro-mechanical assembly as well as optical and functional inspection operations at various stages of production.
  • Performed a wide range of skilled, non-repetitive electronic and electro-mechanical assembly operations in support of developmental projects.
  • Assemble electro-mechanical devices using a variety of hardware and perform other assignments as required, with limited supervision.
  • Assembled, disassembled and performed visual inspection of electro-mechanical assemblies to ensure proper functionality and conformance to specifications.
  • Performed a variety of respective and/or semi-respective duties to assemble precision electro-mechanical parts sub-assemblies such as Galvanometers.
  • Employed through ADIA Temporary Services, built electro-mechanical assemblies according to schematics and bills of material specifications.
  • Completed electro-mechanical inspections of gyroscopes used in the commercial, aerospace, and military avionics industry.
  • Hired as an electro-mechanical assembler building precision instruments used in scientific imaging and analysis.
  • Performed a wide range of electro-mechanical assembly operations on assemblies or sub-assemblies.
  • Work on production line assembling electro-mechanical devices in accordance to documented procedures.
  • Performed testing, calibration, troubleshooting, and repair on electro-mechanical devices.
  • Assemble and repair a variety of complex electro-mechanical modules and/or finished products.
  • Assembled and tested electrical and electro-mechanical sub-assemblies using blueprints and assembly manuals.
  • Carried out various types of electronic and electro-mechanical assembly related operations.
  • Performed electro-mechanical assembly operations utilizing various types of tools and fixtures.
  • Performed a series of complex, repetitive electro-mechanical assembly operations.

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4. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed work in a safe efficient manner by following established safety procedures and quality guidelines.
  • Followed all standard operating and safety procedures.
  • Implemented safety procedures while using tools Community Involvement
  • Maintain a safe work environment for self and coworkers by following safety procedures.
  • Observed proper safety procedures in crane operation, and use of PPE daily.
  • Dismantled, cleaned, inspected, assembled parts and followed all safety procedures.
  • Monitored work area to ensure that all safety procedures are being taken.
  • Follow all OSHA and API standards and safety procedures.
  • Follow established safety procedures Provide assistance to senior level assembly mechanics on bigger jobs
  • Perform all work in with quality standards and established safety procedures & Maintain a clean and safe work area.
  • Abided by production process and OSHA safety procedures.
  • Performed hydrostatic testing of parts and assemblies using specified hydrostatic fluid and pressure according to proper testing and safety procedures.

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5. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed manual installation and inspection of specialized integrated circuits onto large motherboards, wired and soldered computer circuit boards.
  • Modified circuit boards according to engineering changes to preliminary drawings.
  • Experienced in soldering electrical components to Printed circuit boards.
  • Soldered electronic components to production and prototype circuit boards.
  • Inserted electronic components into printed circuit boards.
  • Integrated circuit boards various mechanical assemblies.
  • Selected specified wires and cables, and routed them according to instructions then mount and solder components on circuit boards.
  • Mount feed boards.- Mount feed boards on reflectors.- Pack bracket kits.- Mechanical Assembly on cellular antennas.- Soldering circuit boards.
  • Assembled circuit boards on main housing assemblies from computerized work instructions and schematics for the medical and defense industries.
  • Skilled in soldering techniques, wire wrapping, and repair of printed circuit boards, cabling and inspection.
  • Box Build, Wiring Harness, Jet Carts, build circuit boards, build Wafer Computer Machines 10-12ft.
  • Perform control panel wiring, building harness assembly and soldering wires in Printed Circuit Boards connections as required.
  • Assembled and repaired printed circuit boards with the use of a soldering iron under a microscope.
  • Task includes installing circuit boards, power supplies, product label, cable and wiring harness.
  • Repaired and modified printed circuit boards to meet customer requirements, utilizing a variety of tools.
  • Performed mechanical assembly of various styles of connectors for cable assemblies and printed circuit boards.
  • Assembled printed circuit boards, small component assembly, chassis, cable and harness assemblies.
  • Prepare circuit boards and components for assembly to include touch up and manually soldering components.
  • Soldered components onto circuit boards, tested and assembled circuit boards after secondary soldering.
  • Build printed circuit boards by stuffing, wiring, wire wrapping and soldering connections.

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6. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Managed day-to-day maintenance and inspection of assembly line equipment at Caterpillar plant.
  • Cycle counts and inventory transactions generated from daily reports * Mechanical Assembly lines
  • Worked in a team environment with teams of 3 in an assembly line to meet and exceed production goals and deadlines.
  • Completed all operations on a time based assembly line maintaining proper cycle times to ensure the production was never halted.
  • Insured the highest level of performance during the assembly line of prototypes and Core-Director (a Fiber-Optic switching system).
  • Utilized air tools, overhead cranes, wrenches and other power tools to assemble military vehicles on an assembly line.
  • Set up small assembly lines for component changes needed on a motor driver assembly that that had a design flaw.
  • Worked in all areas: Printed circuit board assembly, assembly lines, final assembly, and labeling and shipping.
  • Assembled motorcycles and sub assembled small parts to be installed at various job stations on a rolling assembly line.
  • Assembled old, new and upgraded outdoor power tools - Used assembly line technique with others to assemble parts
  • Assembled multiple drone models and their electrical components on a daily basis in an assembly line type environment.
  • Assembled electronics on an assembly line, built and tested the machines before packaging and shipping them.
  • Set up, operate, adjust, repair, and overhaul assembly line machines and related equipment.
  • Used measuring tools, crimping tools and stripping machines to assemble products on an assembly line.
  • Worked on assembly line, assembling chain saws, string trimmers and blowers, using hand tools
  • Experience at various assembly line stations in the production of both medical and diving equipment.
  • Assembled grinder pumps for home sewage systems; rotated on assembly line at all stations.
  • Assemble using hand tools and powers tools in a fast pace assembly line for production.
  • Promoted the assembly line repairs reports, analyzes data and makes recommendations for improving operations.
  • Assisted assembly line Lead in stocking, and ordered/retrieved KANBAN parts for assembly line.

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7. Torque Wrenches

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Here's how Torque Wrenches is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Used various air tools, torque wrenches, overhead cranes, and manual tools for refurbishing continual operating steel molds.
  • Performed routine maintenance on pneumatic tools such as oiling and replacing drill bits and maintaining torque wrenches for use as needed
  • Read blue print's and followed work instruction's using torque wrenches and hand tool's to complete daily work.
  • Used a variety of hand and power tools including, torque wrenches, digital calipers and pneumatic rivet gun.
  • Used torque wrenches, power tools, bonding epoxies, and precision measuring devices on a daily basis.
  • Installed engines, hydraulic valves, tubes, hoses and fittings using calibrated torque wrenches and hand tools.
  • Operate general hand tools i.e., crimping tools, screwdrivers, ratchets, torque wrenches, wire strippers.
  • Utilized manual hand tools including hammers, screw drivers, Allen wrenches, and torque wrenches etc.
  • Used various tools such as micrometers, dial indicators and torque wrenches to reach correct tolerances.
  • Use of calibrated test equipment such as flow meters, pressure gauges, and torque wrenches.
  • Experienced at using drills, rivet pullers, sealant guns preset torque wrenches and measuring instruments.
  • Performed electrical and mechanical assembly by using torque wrenches, mechanical, and calibration tools.
  • Use jigs, power tools and torque wrenches for best performances.
  • Utilized torque wrenches, micrometers, screwdrivers and assorted tools.
  • Use of hand tools such as screw drivers; torque drivers, torque wrenches, tension gauge, and power tools.
  • Used hand tools such as screw driver, pliers, rulers, tweezers, torque wrenches, and torque drivers.
  • Used tools like torque wrenches, drills, taps, threading machines, screwdrivers, hi torque machines.
  • Use Hand tools, torque wrenches, torque drivers, wire strippers, table top presses.
  • Frequent use of all hand tools i.e torque wrenches, hammers, wrenches etc.
  • Use of hand tools, micrometers, torque wrenches, dial and feeler gauges.

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8. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Insured various helicopters pass final inspection and rework any discrepancies.
  • Provided final inspection to ensure machines are operating accurately.
  • Completed final inspection of medical digital scanners.
  • Tested the units and performed visual as final inspection to units, and prepared the packaging to the units for shipment.
  • Loaded parts on conveyor belt, performed final inspection of finished product and packaged for shipping.
  • Fabricated seats and shells for American Airlines* Performed First Article/Final Inspection on Boeing 777 and 787
  • Worked with the FOD team initiate final inspection of fuselage before being sent to Everett.
  • Build a sub assembly, final inspection, set up parts in the stockroom.
  • Check all work and ensure a defect free assembly prior to final inspection.
  • Repaired any defects or failures in the equipment discovered during the final inspection.
  • Align EUV vessel, crimp lugs, final inspection and ship prep.
  • Tested and repaired to turn machine to quality assurance for final inspection.
  • Use microscope for wire bond, soldering, touch-ups and final inspections.
  • Perform final inspection on tools to ensure a quality product.
  • Performed final inspection on completed tools before paint and shipping.
  • Perform mechanical assembling, testing, final inspection and troubleshooting.
  • Inspect tools for accuracy and quality before final inspection.
  • Provide final inspection of defects and took corrective action.
  • Complete inspection report on each beacon for final inspection.
  • Perform operational and final inspection for all products.

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9. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Demonstrated ability to read and understand written procedures and assembly drawings.
  • Collaborated with engineering of any modifications of machinery or assembly drawings.
  • Required reading assembly drawings and working with Engineering Department.
  • Assembled precision machine components from detailed assembly drawings.
  • Work from assembly drawings and engineering specifications.
  • Experience with electrical and mechanical assembly drawings.
  • Assembled simulation trainers per assembly drawings.
  • Perform mechanical assembly operations on both flat panels and puma front panels from assembly drawings, bill of materials and procedures.
  • Referred to work orders, assembly drawings and schematics, assembled hardware kits, built shipping crates for finished goods.
  • Read, interpret and follow assembly drawings, diagrams, and schematics to determine component parts and assembly sequence.
  • Follow methods, verbal directions or assembly drawings to perform components installation, wiring and cable repair.
  • Obtain a strong ability to read assembly drawings, diagrams and schematics in reference to assembling sub-assemblies.
  • Followed assembly drawings, blueprints and layout diagrams and performed all task in a complaint manner.
  • Acquired scheduled work orders and assembled/tested collars according to assembly drawings, parts list and procedures.
  • Read blueprints, wiring diagrams, process sheets, assembly drawings, and schematic drawings.
  • Assembled and wired relay and solenoid switches using mechanical assembly drawings and various hand tools.
  • Work from assembly drawings, specifications and instructions to plan work in proper sequences.
  • Accustomed to working with different types of assembly drawings both AutoCAD and solid works.
  • Work to Manufacturing Work Instructions (MWI) and assembly drawings.
  • Read and understood complex assembly drawings and test procedures.

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10. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Rewired electrical systems and repaired or replaced electrical accessories.
  • Assessed electrical systems and performed quality control inspections.
  • Tested and troubleshooted extensive shipboard electrical systems.
  • Supervised a group of co-workers on a line creating digital racks and installing electrical systems in armored vehicles.
  • Installed and removed electrical systems, including pulling wire, device termination and mounting back boxes.
  • Assembled, tested, and troubleshot mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems and controls.
  • Performed functional testing to check air brakes, dump systems, and electrical systems.
  • Maintained general plant equipment (hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical systems).
  • Build analyzers, electrical systems, mechanical panels for testing different gases.
  • Tested electrical systems and plumbing for leaks.
  • Attach and connect all components, including hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems.Troubleshoot hydraulic and 12 volt electrical systems.
  • Trouble shoot all electrical systems as well as performed scheduled PMs on all conveyor and support equipment.
  • Used hydraulics, pneumatics, schematics and electrical systems.
  • Assembled various mechanical pumps, electrical systems, and fluid controlling devices per work work orders and schematics.

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11. PCB

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Here's how PCB is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed soldering electronic components and PCB.
  • Worked directly with Manufacturing Engineers reworking ECO's and upgrading PCBA's, balancing electronic fans through customer specifications and drawings.
  • Worked in all phases of assembly for PCB assembly, wire harness, mechanical, power supply and optical assembly.
  • Trained and certified to meet Naval mil-spec standards for building cables and PCB's designed for military communication systems.
  • Overlay rework, installation chassis and PCB, functional test, packaging and put-a-way, cycle count and inventory.
  • Calibrate PCBA on the RTP modules using a computer tester and calibrator machine to set the specific voltage required.
  • Performed hand soldering on Printed circuit board, prep through-hole components, installed parts on the PCB.
  • Follow blueprints and electronic schematics for soldering PCA and PCB sub-assemblies soldered together on display screen.
  • Stripped and crimp wire, attached wire and solder on PCB or connectors pin and cable harness
  • Performed PCB, chassis, and cabinet assembly, cable build, documentation and test.
  • Follow all work instruction Procedures to insert The Audio and Control PCB circuit board.
  • Solder wires to wires, to connectors, and parts into a PCB.
  • Solder all prototype PCBA, such as hand solder component and wire to board
  • Inspected PCBA's, per IPC-A610, for customer compliance and manufacturing defects.
  • Install PCB to the chassis, power supply, cable assembly and fan.
  • Utilized blue prints and power tools in PCB assembly and also performed hand assembling
  • Used visual aids for hand, post and mechanical assembly for PCB.
  • Soldered fine pitch components and through-hole on PCB's under microscope.
  • Operated the mini-wave solder machine to solder pin-through-hole connectors to PCB.
  • Performed through hole soldering for PCB's and also soldered wires.

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12. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed trouble shooting, in-process inspections, final repair/rebuild, modification, installation and diagnostics of interconnected/complex vehicles.
  • Assembled refrigeration equipment as well as preformed wiring, welding and trouble shooting on large refrigeration units.
  • Trouble shooting, repair damage/ missed pinned wire harness on all aspect of F35 final assembly line.
  • Performed rework and trouble shooting on modems utilizing fine pitch, through hole and surface mount techniques.
  • Slot machine test and trouble shooting - Build front panel slot machine (sub-assemblies)
  • Blue print reading, Team Player and trouble shooting specialist.
  • Engaged in trouble shooting some aspects of the ACM-9000 unit.
  • Field experience; trouble shooting Siemens and its components.
  • Trouble shooting and quality control and final inspection.
  • Trouble shooting when problems occurred on assembly line.
  • Assisted engineering with trouble shooting the PPC.
  • Performed minor trouble shooting on laptops.
  • Trouble shooting 24 volt wiring system.
  • Experience in trouble shooting equipment.
  • Experienced with Trouble shooting, Ring out and OP testing * GIGE-E LAN power up grade on the U.S.S.
  • Worked on HVAC units, trouble shooting and repairs of school busses, assembly of pressure gauges and hydraulic systems.
  • Job includes knowledge in electrical circuit, structural welding, pipefitting, testing and trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting problems found during the testing phase and finding solutions in a timely manner.
  • Experience with refrigerant(EPA certified) and trouble shooting/diagnoatics.
  • Wired and built electrical control panels Inspected and soldered PC brands Assembled and did trouble shooting laser guided vehicles

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13. Wire Harnesses

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Here's how Wire Harnesses is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Required replacement of wire harnesses and mechanical assembly.
  • Performed wire harnesses to provided documentation.
  • Construct wire harnesses per customer specifications.
  • Conducted functional and continuity tests for electrical assemblies components, racks, cables, wire harnesses, connectors, and plugs.
  • Fabricated cabinets used to install wire harnesses, including drilling, tapping and threaded holes per blueprints.
  • Cable assembly: cut, crimped, solder, assembled, and tested cable wire harnesses.
  • Assembled wire harnesses and cables with different connectors and Gold Pins which needs striping and crimping.
  • Build and assemble remote control cabinets, power control cabinets, assemble wire harnesses.
  • Created prototype board layouts for cable and wire harnesses after reading engineering drawings.
  • Assembled wire harnesses and sub-assemblies for People Mover Vehicles and Propulsion Systems.
  • Make Labels for wire harnesses, poly's, pumps and robots.
  • Soldered, assembled, and inspection of motherboards and wire harnesses.
  • Use schematics to assemble and test cables and cable wire harnesses.
  • Design and build wire harnessing racks for wire harnesses.
  • Wire harnesses and heavy work emphasized on fiber optics.
  • Assemble wire harnesses to certain length by engineering drawing.
  • Assemble, modify, rework and repair wire harnesses.
  • Build wire harnesses, and lay them in machines.
  • Repair faulty or rejected cables and cable wire harnesses.
  • Assembled wire harnesses for electrical and digital response.

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14. Sub Assemblies

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Here's how Sub Assemblies is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed electrical tests on completed sub assemblies, reworked and troubleshooting questionable units.
  • Perform extensive wiring on finished sub assemblies
  • Perform assembly, complex and repetitive writing, and /or UPS operations to complete sub assemblies and final assembly of product.
  • Position and align sub assemblies in jigs or fixtures, using measuring instruments and following blueprint lines and index points.
  • Assembled, repaired, tested, and maintained various assemblies and sub assemblies of oilfield tools using work instructions.
  • Worked from engineering drawings, blue prints and parts lists to complete assemblies and sub assemblies.
  • Prepare layout and assemble various sub assemblies to build final wet wing for Kodiak 100 aircraft.
  • Assemble mechanical / electrical sub assemblies to be fitted in final assembly of aircraft sensing systems.
  • Build sub assemblies for various military products Alert inspectors regarding defects in product Repair or rework assemblies
  • Build Sub Assemblies, I am EPA Certified for Refrigerant Lift Truck and Fork Truck Certified.
  • Assembled bulkheads, jig tools, lower, upper, skin panels, sub assemblies.
  • Point to point wiring of electronic Sub assemblies contracted by U.S. Department of Defense.
  • Assembled components by examining connections for correct fit; fastening parts and Sub assemblies.
  • Assemble sub assemblies for various plane engines throttle busters for military and non-military aircraft.
  • Assemble parts and sub assemblies per blueprint provided to make mobile robotic vehicles.
  • Build hard-drive packs and sub assemblies with the use hand and power tools.
  • Interpret blue prints to build assemblies and sub assemblies for high speed machines.
  • Build Motor Line, Pre-Heater, Inlet Monitor, Y-Strainer Sub Assemblies.
  • Use Drill Press, Material Handler, Mechanical Assembly of Sub Assemblies.
  • Machine parts and assemble sub assemblies from shop drawings and prints.

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15. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Recommend modifications in unit and in test procedures, instrumentation, and setup, based on analysis of test results.
  • Test complex sensors and motors using drawings/schematics standard test procedures, test guide, and other related documentation.
  • Developed test procedures and ensure that all tests were evaluated for Desired Results.
  • Assemble products according to manufacturing assembly test procedures created by the Engineering Dept.
  • Ensured that Test Procedures were followed in performing test and assembling products.
  • Work from engineering drawings, quality assurance standards and test procedures.
  • Follow test procedures for testing the integrity of the product.
  • Assisted with creating and updating test procedures and documents.
  • Conducted basic testing using written test procedures.
  • Read and understand schematics, diagnostics, test procedures, and other technical data associated with troubleshooting, subassemblies and systems.
  • Job tasks involved welding, pipefitting, electrical control wiring and strict adherence to test procedures.
  • Assemble and test sub-assemblies following written documentation and test procedures.
  • Performed test procedures on each flatpack, hydraulic hoses and hydraulic pressure readings.

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16. Clean Room Environment

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Here's how Clean Room Environment is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Worked in a clean room environment, testing disk drives for computers and repairing circuit boards.
  • Work in a clean room environment, utilizing skills of both electronic and mechanical assembly.
  • Certified on all slide line operation including mechanical assemblies; Work in clean room environment.
  • Worked in a clean room environment assembling detailed products both by hand and mechanically.
  • Machine assembly and installation in clean room environment in compliance with clean room protocol.
  • Worked in a clean room environment building gas panels for our customers.
  • Assembled PVD chambers for systems working in a clean room environment.
  • Experienced of high purity components and working in clean room environment.
  • Sustained 6S standards in a Class 10,000 clean room environment.
  • Worked in clean room environments and high volume assembly lines.
  • Managed and responsible for clean room environment & atmosphere.
  • Clean room environment inspection of assemblies and components.
  • Work in class 100 clean room environment.
  • Solder and assemble within clean room environment.
  • Clean room environment Work in an assembly line
  • Manufacture CO2 lasers in clean room environments.
  • Worked in clean room environment Built various complex assemblies such as gear boxes, power supplies and gyros
  • Clean Room environment Interpreted work orders, blueprints and/or assimilate verbal work instructions.
  • Worked in a clean room environment building chambers for the semiconductorindustry.
  • Work under Demand Flow Technology (DFT) Just in time( JIT ) concept, and clean room environment

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17. Drill Press

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Here's how Drill Press is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Operate drill press, grinders, lathe or other machines to modify parts tested or to fabricate experimental parts for testing.
  • Operated drill press, band saw, other small machinery and hand tools sometimes used in the assembly process as needed.
  • Drill, tap, ream, countersink, and spot-face bolt holes in parts, using drill presses and portable power drills
  • Pipe cutting, pressing, and drilling utilizing drill press, big band saw, shear, and circular saw.
  • Operate manual lathes, drill presses, plasma cutters and cutting torches to cut steel beams in confined spaces.
  • Assembled water treatment tanks and related components using hand drill & tap & Rigid DP 15000 drill press.
  • Set up and operated drill press, grinder and other metalworking tools to make and repair parts.
  • Use of hand and power tools such as drill press, bench grinder and arbor press.
  • Grease or lubricate parts and work with drill press to tap or ream bolt holes.
  • Use of various band saws, drill presses, Bridgeport, lathes and hydraulic presses.
  • Experience in a machine shop using milling machine, lathe, and drill press.
  • Use different drill press to create precise holes for the designs and blue prints.
  • Trained to use drill presses, prefabricated presses, power and pneumatic tools.
  • Operated manual lathe, micro drill press and other shop equipment.
  • Operated punch press, drill press, grinders, spot welding.
  • Operated drill presses and lathe machines; Inspected incoming PC boards.
  • Worked with Drill pressing, torch, and plasma cutter.
  • Operate vertical drill press, Grinder and band saws.
  • Operate drill presses and various types of machinery.
  • Drill, tap, ream and spot face bolts hole in parts using drill presses and portable tools.

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18. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Produced high quality products by following established quality standards and guidelines.
  • Followed established safety practices and adhering with company-specified quality standards
  • Maintain production schedules, required records, quality standards and work with Manufacturing Engineer (ME) personnel on changed introductions.
  • Train new hires to work safe, assemble and function test work order assemblies per BPM and BHI quality standards.
  • Perform complex and mount or through-hole soldering, sub-assembly, units assembly and ensure that quality standards are met
  • Maintain inventory of product in work stations Perform quality work checks to insure the product meets quality standards.
  • Maintain and repair production equipment per established guidelines to ensure quality standards and production schedules are met.
  • Maintain quality standards, produce products in compliance with BOC Edwards safety and performance codes and standards.
  • Assemble and test various sub-assemblies to FDA high-quality standards.to meet production needs on a daily basis.
  • Function test assemblies to prints and engineering instructions per BPM and BHI quality standards.
  • Master 11 (Bays) and maintain production line as well as quality standards.
  • Ensured that quality standards were met when building mechanical equipment and wiring harnesses.
  • Perform quality work inspections to insure the product meets and exceeds quality standards.
  • Assembled home satellites, while ensuring every product met company quality standards.
  • Assemble at assigned station, meeting manufacturing assembly time and quality standards.
  • Read schematics & build according to specifications while keeping high quality standards.
  • Build and test Indexer Sub-Assemblies high quality standards and meeting all schedules.
  • Examined products to ensure quality standards are met for shipments.
  • Inspect parts and equipment to ensure quality standards are met.
  • Inspected parts assembly for adherence to quality standards.

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19. Quality Checks

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Here's how Quality Checks is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Perform quality checks upon completed items to verify specifications utilizing helium testing equipment and to verify integrity of the system.
  • Performed quality checks, identifying areas for improvement, and implemented measures to improve performance levels and meet organizational objectives.
  • Completed inspection reports after performing final quality checks against benchmark values.
  • Performed quality checks with micrometers, calipers, and various gauges and metric system.
  • Maintained complete quality checks regarding the products, and manufactured instruments and equipment.
  • Perform quality checks prior to releasing cab back into production process.
  • Perform complex assembly, assembly testing, adjustments and quality checks.
  • Perform visual inspections, in-process tests, and established quality checks.
  • Inspected and performed quality checks of final assembly using microscope.
  • Make quality checks and adjustments to ensure seamless operation.
  • Follow all quality checks and procedures.
  • Conducted quality checks through mechanical fitment verifications during assembly process.
  • Performed final quality checks of new ATVs and made adjustments and repairs as necessary.
  • Make quality checks to ensure the machine is performing to highest standards.

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20. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Check and identify product defects and documents details of identified defects and consult supervisors concerning quality and any problem on quality.
  • Traveled internationally and locally to perform installations, troubleshoot and repair multiple types of flight simulators and spatial disorientation simulators.
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with multiple departmental supervisors and employees to ensure quick resolution to any assembly related issues.
  • Received work orders from supervisors, determined material requirements and product specifications, set-up equipment to run specified product.
  • Contract work assembling high-speed automated machinery for an ISO9001 certified company by utilizing work instructions and assembly drawings.
  • Followed Instructions giving by various instructors or Supervisor in accordance to building guideline of various Mechanical parts.
  • Monitored and maintained sub-assembly inventories and tools by performing daily cycle counts and generated reports to Supervisor.
  • Consider interactions of functionally related subsystems to isolate malfunctions when making repairs, adjustments and alignments.
  • Assembled, inspected and repaired high G-force centrifuge flight simulators and spatial disorientation simulators.
  • Notified supervisors and managers of final test results and faulty operations or defective materials.
  • Communicated effectively with supervisors and other team members as needed to maximize output.
  • Install insulation on chambers to isolate operational temperatures from control systems.
  • Work with engineering/supervisor on documenting new processes and write new procedures.
  • Assisted Supervisor to develop new projects and work process documentation.
  • Informed Supervisor for any system status or problems encountered.
  • Provided daily shortages supply report to Supervisor and Manager.
  • Assist in investigating accidents as directed by your supervisor.
  • Report defective materials or questionable conditions to supervisor.
  • Assisted supervisor and engineering with flywheel process review.
  • Communicated malfunctions to Project engineers and shift supervisors.

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21. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • 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.
  • Operated CNC lathe machine, Brake press, to create various parts.
  • Operate compaction tables, CNC ply cutting tables, packaging equipment.
  • Inspected CNC machines before they are shipped out to customers.
  • Maintained and prepared necessary paperwork for all CNC motors assembled.
  • Lead mechanical assembly on the 1005 CNC router line.
  • Perform CNC precision sheet metal fabrication and structural modeling.
  • Manufactured sheet metal parts and operated CNC punch press.
  • Operated a CNC mill when help was needed.
  • Operate conventional and CNC machines as needed.
  • Operated CNC Saw Machines\Performed hydrostatic testing.
  • Experience in Cnc laser cutting and milling, Lubricated and wiped machines, tools and workplace to maintain safety and cleanliness.
  • Operated and programmed various CNC Machines, lathes, grinders, saws, drills & deburred parts
  • Performed multiple aspects when it came to building different parts of the CNCmachine.
  • Operated a Hwacheon HYD-3000T CNC machine, as well.
  • Write the codes for cnc's and knee mills, and just over all set-ups.
  • Balance cnc's and knee mills.
  • Company: Diamond Precision Machining Title: CNC Mill Operator Operate vertical mill and assisting programmer in setting up mill.
  • Run a CNC robot machine thats used to assembly of downhole tools.

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22. Overhead Cranes

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Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Operate forklift and overhead cranes; ability to safely perform rig-up, loading, movement and unloading of all heavy equipment.
  • Worked in assembly working from prints and bill of materials I Installed oil pipeline pumps to bases using overhead cranes.
  • Operated forklifts, man lifts, scissor lifts, and overhead cranes as required, with annual training and certification.
  • Assembled wind turbines using overhead cranes, and jib cranes to position torque drives, motors and computer cabinets.
  • Utilized overhead cranes, rigging chains, lifting straps and forklifts to position heavy parts into place during assembly.
  • Operated forklift, walking lift, construction truck, material blaster machine and 1-25 ton adjustable overhead cranes.
  • Operate booms, overhead cranes, and forklifts to move large parts within the assembly area.
  • Required to be proficient in the use of overhead cranes, forklifts, and boom lifts.
  • Obtained G6 all position welding certificate for the purpose of building and retrofitting overhead cranes.
  • Certified by the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils for overhead cranes and forklift operation.
  • Operated power, air, hand tools, hoists and overhead cranes.
  • Paint oilfield equipment and load hot shots using overhead cranes and forklift
  • Operated forklifts, overhead cranes, and basic hand tools.
  • Certified for use on fork lifts and overhead cranes.
  • Operated both jib and stationary moving overhead cranes.
  • Operated overhead cranes to load and unload valves.
  • Used hoists/overhead cranes to move heavy equipment.
  • Install engines and transmissions utilizing overhead cranes.
  • Operate overhead cranes 5 ton-80 ton.
  • Operated overhead cranes and fork trucks.

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23. Surface Mount

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Here's how Surface Mount is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Preformed mechanical assembly of electronic components including through hole and surface mount components.
  • Performed level II soldering/calibration, surface mount and microscopic assembly, cable/wiring harness.
  • Specialized in electronic assembly services, focusing on Pin Through Hole (PTH) and Surface Mount assembly and test.
  • Lead in Printed Circuit Board Assembly, touch up and final Assembly-using through hole and surface mount technology.
  • Assist technician for rework on PC board, surface mount, touch-up solder and through holes.
  • Assembled circuit board, fine pitch and surface mount along with point to point wiring.
  • Performed surface mount soldering, through hole, and installed components into boards.
  • Reworked and soldered wires, connectors to surface mounted and through hole boards.
  • Certified for terminal, through hole, and surface mount assemblies.
  • Solder through holes, surface mount various type of components.
  • Performed through hole and surface mount solder by following blueprints.
  • Performed manual and surface mount assembly on various electronics assemblies.
  • Assembled PC boards that used large surface mounted parts.
  • Carried out circuit card assembly using surface mount technology.
  • Soldered on components, surface mount and through hole.
  • Utilized surface mount epoxy for board and component mounting.
  • Worked as an assembler of surface mount technology operator.
  • Performed Surface mount assembly soldering, and inspection.
  • Surface Mount/Mechanical Assembly Technician, 1st Class.
  • Run an automated Surface Mount production line.

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24. Mechanical Parts

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Here's how Mechanical Parts is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Conducted inventory of electrical, electronic and mechanical parts in support of production.
  • Perform production assembly operations on structural and mechanical parts/assemblies.
  • Assembled mechanical parts following blueprint.
  • Read blueprints, Assembled and soldered electronic and mechanical parts, including microchips, radio and Satellite transmitters using tools.
  • Assemble or fabricate mechanical parts, pieces or products using a variety of tools and equipment according to required specifications.
  • Performed work in areas subject to such hazards as moving mechanical parts, electrical current, and chemicals.
  • Assemble or fabricate mechanical parts for pool cover motors, using a variety of tools and equipment.
  • Assembled computers, servers, and a variety of chassis and fabricated mechanical parts & pieces.
  • Worked on sub-assemblies of electrical and mechanical parts through procedures, blueprints and given instructions.
  • Fit and align structural and mechanical parts using sketches, blueprints, and specifications.
  • Fabricate mechanical parts using manual mill, lathe, and grinder.
  • Customize mechanical parts using drill press, band saws and grinders.
  • Trained on how to assemble mechanical parts for solar cell burner.
  • Assemble mechanical parts into mother boards for server module systems.
  • Assembled and fabricated mechanical parts, pieces, or products.
  • Tested mechanical parts according to standards set by the department.
  • Assemble the mechanical parts, products, or components.
  • Assemble mechanical parts, components, equipment and systems.
  • Assembled mechanical parts from blueprints/CAD drawings with exact tolerances.
  • Assemble mechanical parts together by reading assembly blueprints.

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25. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Initiated standard operating procedures and best practices for assembling custom elevator control panels.
  • Conduct electrical point to point wiring of control panels utilizing engineered schematics.
  • Fabricated wire-harnesses and control panels for satellite systems.
  • Assembled electrical control panels for commercial residential units.
  • Point to point wiring and component assembly using wire schematics and component location prints to build circuit control panels.
  • Assembled and integrated modules, desktop and rack mount control panels for mobile GPS tracking antenna systems.
  • Test and troubleshoot fuel tank pump motors, switch boxes, control panels and AC/DC lighting.
  • Assembled water coils, valves, heaters, air condition control panels, and connect hoses.
  • Assembled & wired, soldered control panels, harnesses, ribbon cables, etc.
  • Use of numerous tools and machines to manufacture wire harness, electrical control panels.
  • Assemble and wire control panels by reading work orders and following production drawings.
  • Design, fabricate, and install control boxes, and control panels.
  • Hand assembler products for aviation marine military control panels and bezels assemblies.
  • Installed wiring harnesses and hooked up gauge clusters and control panels.
  • Solder & repair circuit board components, instrument control panels.
  • Assemble electrical wiring and cabling to industrial control panels.
  • Wire control panels for photo mask repair tools
  • Assembled control panels for aircraft maintenance cranes
  • Wired control panels and motor starters.
  • Install and build control panels.

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26. Verbal Instructions

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Here's how Verbal Instructions is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed mechanical assembly on ticketing and fare systems via mechanical drawings and verbal instructions.
  • Followed manufacturing documentation which included work orders, blue prints, visual aids and verbal instructions from the team lead.
  • Followed basic work processes: work orders, production drawings, sample assemblies, test procedures or verbal instructions.
  • Assembled electron microscopes by following company procedures, verbal instructions, and use of outline drawings, & schematic.
  • Job duties: Follow work process, work orders, production drawings, sample assemblies or specific verbal instructions.
  • Worked from rough schematics, blueprints and verbal instructions to build developmental assemblies, sub-assemblies and components.
  • Assemble components and sub-assemblies per drawings and verbal instructions -- electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical applications.
  • Lay out of sheet metal parts using blueprints, drawings, written or verbal instructions.
  • Read assembly prints and verbal instructions, use of micrometers, verniers, depth gauges.
  • Work included reading assembly drawings, assembly instructions, or performing tasks from verbal instructions.
  • Worked from schematics, blueprints, Engineering Specifications, sketches, written and verbal instructions.
  • Work from PF instructions, part lists, and diagrams, verbal instructions wire install.
  • Alter and existing part using blueprints, drawings, written or verbal instructions.
  • Work from layouts, sketches, operations descriptions as well as verbal instructions.
  • Work from blue prints, schematic diagram, parts lists and verbal instructions.
  • Interpreted and followed engineering drawings, schematics and written / verbal instructions.
  • Rework, touch-up that was required, followed written and verbal instructions.
  • Read and interpret blueprints, sketches, written and verbal instructions.
  • Followed verbal instructions and hand sketches to adapt and modify tooling.
  • Worked from blueprints, sketches, sometime written or verbal instructions.

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27. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Experience with automotive electrical systems, and hydraulic systems operations.
  • Perform troubleshooting functions of complete operating mechanical and hydraulic systems.
  • Repair hydraulic systems on manufacturing plant.
  • Design and install hydraulic systems for production of aerial platform trucks: chassis prep, P.T.O.
  • Make operational checks of hydraulic systems using external power sources and powered ground equipment.
  • Learned to operate on heavy mechanical hydraulic systems working jointly as a two-man team.
  • Bend tubing, build and test hydraulic systems to 10,000lbs.
  • Perform all repairs and functional tests on all hydraulic systems.
  • Attach, connect and adjust all hydraulic systems as specified.
  • Read blue prints for water and hydraulic systems.
  • Build hydraulic systems for machinery.
  • Read blueprints and follow them for the assembly every aspect of the mechanical, air, and hydraulic systems .
  • Use of pressure gauges and hydraulic systems .
  • Served as industrial machinery mechanic building hydraulic systems and electrical circuits for blenders and downhole frac equipment.

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28. SMT

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Here's how SMT is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Soldered SMT component manually as well as automatically using appropriate machinery.
  • Soldered of small SMT components using microscope and built small audio transmitter that fit in concealment devices.
  • Perform rework on through-hole assemblies(complex) and used perform rework on SMT assemblies.
  • Experienced with SMT and Through-hole Soldering, and willing to learn XYZ requirement.
  • Cut and form components, perform manual placements of SMT and THT components.
  • Rework (SMT) under microscope, read/understand electronics schematic.
  • Inspected & rework SMT PCA received from outsource.
  • Hand soldered SMT and THT components per specifications.
  • Performed some SMT soldering and wire soldering.
  • Job duties: Set up parts for SMT, reword, touch up, and build a GPS sub-assembly
  • Performed SMT and through hole Inspection of PCBA'S.
  • Assembled PC boards, ran pick and place machine, assembled and hand soldered on SMT and thru hole boards.
  • Solder CCA, SMT and Thru-Hole remove and replace components, rework, assemble cables and connectors, uv and epoxies
  • Prepared PCBs for wave SMT process, and ensured correct assembly as per build instructions.
  • Performed SMT, through hole and handheld iron soldering under microscope on RF boards.
  • Assembled and soldered Printed Circuit Boards and soldering (SMT and thru-hole).
  • Inspectted for SMT defects including orientation as well as types of components installed.
  • Aided in teardown of old SMT equipment and helped setup replacement machines
  • Rework PC Boards Ability to perform SMT &Thru-hole soldering.
  • Solder SMT and Thru-Hole technology components onto PCBs.

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29. ESD

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Here's how ESD is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • 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.
  • Demonstrated the understanding of ESD and of how to work within an ESD controlled environment.
  • Practiced FDA compliant ESD safety regulations while working with 480 and 210 voltages.
  • Set up the production floor for more efficient manufacturing and ESD compliance.
  • Certified IPC specialist and training certification for ESD.
  • Packaged each completed assembly in specified ESD containers.
  • Experienced in ESD area and also clean room.
  • Perform routine electronic testing using standard ESD procedures.
  • Follow all ESD and FOD control protocols.
  • Work in ESD production Area.
  • Worked in the clean room with protected wristband (ESD) and clothes (smocked).
  • Assemble hand controllers by following General Assembly Documentations Solder and assemble units to J-Standards, ESD environment, and AS9100 quality standards
  • Assembled and Tested Cesium Beam Tubes used by the U.S. Government in an Electro State Discharge (ESD) Environment.
  • Certified in ESD-Electric Static discharge/5S certified Assembled units using visual aids(C-cam) verbal and written work instructions.
  • Completed certification for electronic/Cable Assembly Training, Hard Drive Hard Drive Handling and Testing and ESD Train.
  • Used power tools, crimper, installed harnesses, soldering, and received ESD training.
  • Use if soldering iron, torques, meters, crimpers and ESD equipment.
  • pin gauges, Certified ESD.
  • Used soldering pot for tinning wiresDeburres PC boardsMechanical Assembly following processPrep on components

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30. BOM

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Here's how BOM is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Conduct assembly of printed circuit boards in accordance with written instructions, visual aide or Bill of Material (BOM).
  • Assembled and tested enclosure controls according to work instructions, assembly drawings, schematics and Bill of Materials (BOM).
  • Job Description: Use engineering blueprints and BOM'S, building of materials as well as mechanical and electrical assemblies.
  • Trained assemblers in the use of tools, test equipment, BOM and work order documentation including the manufacturing process.
  • Followed process flow diagrams and blueprints to assemble and install engines and various other components of bomb proof military vehicles.
  • Read and interpret drawings, schematics, BOM's and written work instructions required to complete assemblies.
  • Follow schematic attached on the BOM and verify all parts are complete and ready to be assemble.
  • Follow packaging procedures according to the visual instructions and the BOM (Bill of Materials).
  • Work to standard procedures, BOM s, AI s Mechanical/Assembly & Wiring Diagram Drawings.
  • Work from the BOM (bill of Materials), electronic schematics and mechanical drawings.
  • Handle important paperwork, customer drawings, BOM, Pic List and Job Travelers.
  • Worked on computer to retrieved Documents, Prints, BOM, and Assembly Instruction.
  • Worked directly with the Joint Stars Program, B-1 Bomber and Stealth Bomber programs.
  • Review BOM to determine the design and type of product needed to complete order.
  • Used Bill of Material (BOM) to obtain/verify necessary components for assembly.
  • Submitted ECR forms to engineers for discrepancies in BOM, prints and drawings.
  • Assemble test fixture for new Products using Schematic, Drawing and BOM.
  • Ordered parts per mechanical drawings and bill of materials (BOM).
  • Collected and recorded measurement data for Bill of Material (BOM).
  • Worked from extensive wire list, schematics and BOM list.

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31. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Inspected and tested products to verify correct operation of equipment and conformance to customer specifications.
  • Install electrical and air lines reading and interpreting drawings and building according to customer specifications.
  • Build, troubleshoot per internal process instructions, Engineering instructions and Customer specifications.
  • Assemble Air- Cooled Drives to Customer Specifications General Tool Knowledge Print Reading Capabilities
  • Follow blueprints and schematics to meet customer specifications.
  • Assembled printing machinery to meet customer specifications.
  • Finish machines to customer specifications.
  • Build, Modify, Troubleshoot, and Test equipment per Blueprints, Engineering, or Customer specifications.
  • Work closely with Customer Blue prints requirements to tight tolerance to meet customer specifications.
  • Inspect parts to ensure that they meet specific engineering instructions and customer specifications.
  • Assembled custom in-circuit and functional test fixtures using CAD drawings and customer specifications.
  • Apply sealants or paint per customer specifications using proper safety devices.
  • Assemble and test assemblies according to NOV blueprint and customer specifications.
  • Assemble hydraulic boom truck and trailer cranes to customer specifications.
  • Worked from prints and wiring diagrams to customer specifications.
  • Read prints and assembled products to customer specifications.
  • Applied aircraft quality epoxy paint to subassemblies and parts per military and customer specifications.
  • Performed in process machine design verifications to ensure equipment met customer specifications.

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32. Assembly Procedures

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Here's how Assembly Procedures is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed assembly and packaging of mechanical assemblies using proper tools and other equipment following assembly procedures and bills of material.
  • Use pneumatic tool and hand tools to perform assembly procedures Perform administrative tasks associated with assembly work including documentation
  • Understand and utilize pertinent documentation/assembly procedures, illustrated parts lists, blueprints and overhaul manuals as required.
  • Recommended improvements to assembly procedures.
  • Recommended Quality Control Department to change tools, fixtures and assembly procedures to reduce wear and tears of components.
  • Create assembly procedures for the engineering departments, which illustrate the Procedures for manufacturing to follow to build products.
  • Experience with assembly procedures; reading assembly drawings and testing of equipment prior to shipping to end-user.
  • Perform standard mechanical assembly procedures, perform rework and repair of components and systems to drawings.
  • Obtained detailed knowledge and experience with machines, parts, tools, and assembly procedures.
  • Performed complex assembly procedures on components and sub-assemblies for Single Wafer Cleaning Systems.
  • Perform routine assembly procedures on all variants of trucks produced at the facility.
  • Assemble tools from mechanical drawings, schematics and assembly procedures with general supervision.
  • Read work orders and blue prints specifications to determine established assembly procedures.
  • Follow detailed work instructions and production records as specified in Assembly Procedures.
  • Train others in assembly procedures and the use of all assembly tooling.
  • Operated in different stations to increase knowledge of various assembly procedures.
  • Use semi automatic tools and hand tool to perform assembly procedures.
  • Plan assembly procedures, following specifications and using advanced layout skills.
  • Performed various assembly procedures for products used in animal life sciences.
  • Maintained and assembly procedures in an ISO 9001 environment.

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33. Assembly Instructions

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Here's how Assembly Instructions is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Read and follow assembly instructions and general workmanship documents, specification.
  • Assembled electronic and mechanical equipment, utilize assembly instructions, wire diagrams, blueprints, wire list and bill of materials.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, work orders to determine material requirements or assembly instructions.
  • Advanced knowledge of mechanical instruments such as calipers, micrometers, in addition to reading prints and assembly instructions.
  • Read and interpret schematics, drawings and parts lists in conjunction with assembly instructions to create sub-assemblies and top-assemblies.
  • Used torque tools, hand tools, blue prints, and assembly instructions while performing my job.
  • Used torque tools, hand tools, blue prints, and assembly instructions during the assembly process.
  • Assemble and wire per assembly instructions, blueprints, schematics, and drawing specifications.
  • Helped write the assembly instructions and trained employees on their auto pilot actuator.
  • Worked from production/assembly instructions, parts lists, wire lists, and diagrams.
  • Followed assembly instructions, detailed drawing, parts lists, and materials.
  • Use of engineering assembly instructions and shop process required during assembly.
  • Follow the assembly instructions proficiently and MOP as allocated.
  • Read assembly instructions, blueprints and test results.
  • Perform eletromechanical production sub-assembly works from production/assembly instructions.
  • Review of assembly instructions and making cables, wire stripping, crimping- type of crimping, point to point test.
  • study and interpret assembly instructions, determines if all parts are present, while reading blueprints and sketches.
  • Review assembly instructions Assemble product Perform quality inspection of product
  • Assemble RF Medical Generator per Assembly Instructions or Schematic Organize Inventory Pull Various components to fill Work Orders
  • assemble Boston mbta #8 trams per assembly instructions and prints .

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34. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Compiled information and completed accurate data entry on red lights or assembly, mechanical and electrical errors.
  • Performed accurate data entry duties into operational systems.
  • Performed production defects data entry using Microsoft Access.
  • Experience included utilization of computers, cable assembly, sub-assembly, final assembly, quality control, receiving/shipping and data entry.
  • Performed data entry using SAP & WINDTERM programs to record work transaction for completed assembly operations on work routers.
  • Supported the Document Control department on data entry, filing of official Engineering Change Notices and organized archived files.
  • Measure with a few small tools, read blue print, computer based / data entry.
  • Filled in warehouse capacity scanning, picking jobs for contractors, data entry and filing.
  • Filled orders in the stockroom and data entry through Oracle System.
  • Touch up and rework, material handling and data entry.
  • Used computers for data entry and to clear work orders.
  • Used scanners to scan serial numbers and perform data entry.
  • Front desk receptionist using PBX phone system, data entry.
  • Worked part time in the stockroom, performing data entry and Kitting of subassemblies.
  • Utilized lead cutter, torch, screw drivers, etc Performed functional testing of boards Data Entry Followed standard operating procedures
  • Build 3590 Tape Driver, Pantocams, and Transducers Perform IML testing Data entry

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35. Electrical Assembly

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Here's how Electrical Assembly is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Perform mechanical and electrical assembly and wiring necessary to accomplish sequence of operation.
  • Performed mechanical and electrical assembly and conducted final acceptance processes for diffusion furnaces.
  • Gained experience in hydraulic assembly, mechanical assembly and limited electrical assembly.
  • Performed mechanical and electrical assembly of machinery for power management systems.
  • Perform mechanical and electrical assembly of plastic injection molding machines.
  • Assist Electricians in performing electrical assembly tasks.
  • Assembled CNC Machines, electrical assembly using blue print, sheet metal assembly, and water proofing with high performance silicone.
  • Perform all post mechanical and electrical assembly operations, such as a limited to following all detail work order instructions.
  • Be responsible for the coordination of electrical assembly on job progress and issues affecting electrical components.
  • Augmented the production team by handing small assembly job Sub mechanical and electrical assembly.
  • Helped electrical assembly by crimping wire connectors and securing harnesses to machine frame.
  • Metal fabrication and electrical assembly of heaters used in the plastic industry.
  • Experience in medium to large scale assembly processes, including electrical assembly.
  • Light electrical assembly of enclosures, panels and motors.
  • Use machine shop tools* Electrical Assembly.
  • Performed mechanical and electrical assembly, sales, customer service, shipping and receiving, soldering, deburring and operated machinery.
  • Performed mechanical electrical assembly on chassis, subassemblies working from blueprints, schematics, and process sheets.
  • Performed a veriety of mechanical and electrical assembly with attention to small details Hartford Public High Schooll

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36. Small Parts

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Here's how Small Parts is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed mechanical and electrical assembly of machinery for the automated welding of small parts.
  • Assemble components using small parts, wiring and soldering with an electrical tool, according to company and military specification.
  • Worked in the Small Parts area fabricating ribs and components for the wings.
  • Check Build documents for process changes and inspection of small parts for defects.
  • Assembled small parts for dental equipment which required strict attention to details.
  • Machined small parts from blueprints on mills and lathes.
  • Used microscope to view small parts on different devices.
  • Build kits and assemble small parts for inventory 4.
  • Use microscope to weld small parts onto cells.
  • Refurbished sandblast thrust reverses and small parts.
  • Worked in sub-assembly areas on small parts.
  • Assembled small parts using small tools.
  • Solder small parts of components.
  • Manipulated small parts/tools requiring good Manuel dexterity andhand/eye coordination, And Mechanical Assembler
  • Spot weld ribbon to ribbon, TIG weld, Point to Point welding of wire to ribbon Assemble small parts under microscope
  • Inspected, tested smart sensors and assembled small parts to build sensors Express Employment Professional
  • Used twizzlers, torques, and screw-drivers to removed small parts.
  • assemble small parts for all Cessna planes.
  • Assemble the parts of CPU, checking the small parts of wire , Handling the parts of CPU
  • Wired chassis for same using 9 pin to 21 pin connectors & schematics Maintained small parts dept.

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37. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Experienced with MIG and TIG weld machines to fabricate custom structures and/or components that pertain to each machine.
  • Experience with metal fabrication including: MIG welding, plasma cutting, grinders, etc.
  • Metal fabrication - TIG/MIG Welding - Inventory, Shipping and receiving - Heavy Machine Operations
  • Used Flux Core and MIG welding techniques.
  • Stick, MIG, and light spot welding experience.
  • Cut slabs of steel and steel beams in confined spaces as well as perform stick and mig welding.
  • Bolt or weld stationary parts in place, using impact wrench and handtools and MiG welder.
  • Migrated from Solaris ERP system to Windows Made2Manage platform, installed and configured sub-systems.
  • Use MIG gun arc to melt and deposit metal from electrode to workpieces.
  • Performed assembly, testing and repair of automated Mig welding equipment.
  • Inspect all armor panels for proper welds Install major components for military vehicles Started welding course for MIG welding
  • Utilized Arc and Mig welding on such materials as stainless steel, mild steel and maganese.
  • Experienced in Tig and Mig welding Used a mill machine to mill different material that was requested.
  • Weld and assemble metal parts using Jigs/fixtures.Mig welding with 0.045 Barewire.
  • Installed electric & hydraulic systems on trucks and cranes * Mig & arc welder * Forklift operator * Quality control

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38. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Manufactured and assembled different types of industrial filters.
  • Build 6 different types of transmissions for various types of equipment using computers, blueprints, and schematics.
  • Read blueprints, and gather material to assemble different types of automated equipment, and electrical wiring.
  • Used manufacturer's engineering blueprints as a guide to assemble different types of aircraft interior parts.
  • Used different types of tools for different types of Ferrell s, Rings, Connectors etc.
  • Assemble different types of medical equipment, such as blood separator machines.
  • Applied different types of sealer when assembling and installing aircraft parts.
  • Used different types of chemicals to code and connect cables.
  • Work with different types of tools to get work completed
  • Build different types of welders from start to finish.
  • Assembled different types of winches from scratch.
  • Assembled different types of valves.
  • Work with transducer which is built with different types of housing (t11, t12, t21, t22).
  • Disassembled and rebuilt multi-staged pumps, assisted Engineering with inspection, and problem solving for different types of rotating of equipment.
  • Assisted in building more than 120,000 different types of sensors, hydrophone, geophones and GPS.
  • Learned how to assemble different types of tractor engines with precision and speed Skills Used Mechanic Assembly
  • used also different types and sizes rivit guns

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39. Medical Devices

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Here's how Medical Devices is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Verified documentation for medical devices Performed visual inspection Soldering experience of electronics board used in production of medical devices.
  • Assembled disposable airway adapter, finger sensors and a variety of other medical devices using medical assembly machines.
  • Assemble electronic/mechanical unit assemblies for medical devices using drawings, bill of material, or work instructions.
  • Assembled, tested and prepared various medical devices and equipment for COGMEDIX in a clean room environment.
  • Worked with engineering to revise and improve procedures for building surgical probes and medical devices.
  • Load filter discs onto reels, air test, weld and assemble medical devices.
  • Perform mechanical assembly of medical devices using blueprints and hand and power tools.
  • Used hand & power tools to assemble highly delicate Medical Devices.
  • Assemble parts for 3-D Printers, Kiosks and Medical devices.
  • Performed HiPot, leakage and water testing for medical devices.
  • Assembled Genome Analyzer, DNA sequencing machine medical devices.
  • Diagnosed: made corrections and modifications on medical devices.
  • Assemble medical devices and also a team leader.
  • Assemble, solder, and cabling medical devices.
  • Assemble small plastic medical devices and packaging
  • Perform critical inspections on various medical devices to ensure it exceed quality assurance standards, and maintain customer satisfaction/expectations.
  • Train new Electro/Mechanical Technicians to assembly bio-medical devices.
  • Assemble small, complex, precision machined medical devices and medical implants, including deburring & inspection of complex components.
  • Assembled implantable medical devices using Assembly Procedures, Travelers and Drawings.
  • Assemble and test medical devices GMP environment

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40. IPC

low Demand
Here's how IPC is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Control, and Stockroom personal to ensure all product adheres to IPC Class III standards in meet customer's requirements.
  • Contracted at General Dynamics Solder and IPC/J Standard Certified and performed Mechanical Assembly using hand and electric torque tools.
  • Assembled connectors and seated variety of contacts and connectors on boards in accordance with IPC-A-610 standards.
  • Read and identified parts/assemblies as outlined within the IPC (Illustrated Parts Catalog).
  • Trained and fully certified in all modules of J-Standard, IPC soldering techniques.
  • Cut, crimped, spliced and pinned cable assemblies to IPC 620 standards
  • Read, interpreted and understand IPC-610D bills of material and specifications.
  • Light hand soldering components and wires conforming to IPC 610 standards.
  • Trained on different departments, J-STD-001E Certified IPC, 5s.
  • Have IPC-A-610 Soldering Specialist Certification as well as forklift license.
  • Received IPC-A-610 Certification for Electronic Assemblies.
  • Certified IPC J - STD - 001.
  • Worked to IPC-A610 and J-STD-001.
  • Interpret Engineering prints or schematics diagrams.Perform soldering and assemble fabricated parts using tools and machines with accordance to IPC standards.
  • Performed integration functions on multiple electronic modules using IPC 610 standards Establish as a go to person for help.
  • Worked close with co-workers using blue prints and work instructions appllied by the IPC.
  • Assemble and test photo-detector war game equipment + IPC certified in soldering and assembly + Soldering various photo-optic assemblies
  • Harness and Chassis Assembly Followed schematics, blueprints, drawings and wire lists Soldering to IPC-610 standard

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41. Final Product

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Here's how Final Product is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Ensured compliance to precise measurements and ensured accuracy in final product.
  • Performed mechanical inspection of final product.
  • Inspected own work for defective parts also had to test final product and check if it met all company quality.
  • Worked in conjunction with electronic engineers and technicians to test and to assure quality of final product.
  • Work with engineers on the final product inspection to ensure quality and customer satisfaction.
  • Process packaging of the final product for shipping including preparation of boxes and labels.
  • Read blue print or schematic, utilizing various testing equipment final production and packaging.
  • Build cables and wires harnesses for sub-assembly to mate with final products.
  • Performed final product inspections before shipment according to HP standards.
  • Inspected and packaged final product ready for shipping.
  • Assemble, disassemble, and inspect final product.
  • Finished quality assurance inspection on the final product.
  • Inspected and tested final products prior to packaging.
  • Assemble extrusions, cables and final product assembly.
  • Test final product and made corrective adjustments.
  • Perform functional testing of final products.
  • Tested the final product for accuracy.
  • Inspect and calibrate final product.
  • Performed a variety of complex electro mechanical and soldering assembly tasks in production of final products.
  • packaged final products according to strict customer specifications.

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42. Blueprint Specifications

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Here's how Blueprint Specifications is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Integrated aerospace parts according to blueprint specifications.
  • Read and followed blueprint specifications.
  • Assembled, installed and sealed forward wheel well of Boeing 737 according to blueprint specifications.
  • Install hoses, tubing, and valves according to schematics and blueprint specifications.
  • Cut and drilled stainless and carbon steel, per blueprint specifications.
  • Build assemblies, sub-assemblies, systems and components to blueprint specifications.
  • Assemble, Disassemble & Test development engines to blueprint specifications.
  • Assemble parts according to blueprint specifications.
  • Assembled/Inspected parts according toAMPS and blueprint specifications.
  • Completed daily quota according to blueprint specifications.
  • Assembled wall paneling according to blueprints.Operated Semi-Automatic Framing Table to compress light gauge steel paneling.Welded panels according to blueprint specifications.
  • TEST Build biological safety cabinets to blueprint specifications Test biological safety cabinets Install and service biological safety cabinets

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43. Mrap

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Here's how Mrap is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble vehicle parts and accessories in accordance with established work instruction on MRAP, A and B kit military armored vehicles.
  • Installed mechanical equipment in various MRAP vehicles while ensuring compliance with quality, safety, technical specifications, and regulatory standards.
  • Integrated C4I systems in Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles in support of SPAWAR Charleston and Joint Services.
  • Installed equipment into a variety of military armored vehicles including MRAP SOCOM, MAXPRO WRECKER, USMC MTVR and LVSR.
  • Read blueprints to define location, size, capacity, and type of components needed to build MRAP system.
  • Assisted in the maintenance and repair of active MRAP vehicles used in theater for war in OEF.
  • Ensured all work was completed according to military and government standards before hand-off of MRAP took place.
  • Installed communication systems on MAT-V MRAP vehicles at home office facility (1-9/2010).
  • Organized and recorded all serial numbers of sensitive items being installed inside MRAP vehicles.
  • Drill holes and install mounting brackets and hangers into floor walls of MRAP.
  • Installed special equipment and devices in all military vehicles under the MRAP project.
  • Work in small teams to integrate MRAP vehicles to meet our daily goals.
  • Supervised the upgrade of communications systems on over 200 MRAP vehicles.
  • Utilize hand tools to assemble and repair MRAP vehicles.
  • Experience working military vehicles, Humvee and MRAP.
  • Team member of C41 (MRAP integration project installing counter IED systems such as Chamelon, Duke, and CVRJ).
  • Assisted in the rapid integration and de-integrations of C4I material in the Joint Program Office MRAP vehicle effort in Kuwait.
  • Integrated and de-integrated multiple variants of MRAP vehicles.
  • Assigned to BAE Systems, Fairfield, Ohio Assembled MRAP mine resistant and ambush protection vehicles for the military
  • Build Roxtecs for placement in MRAPs.

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44. AC

low Demand
Here's how AC is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Ensured compliance with standard work procedures to optimize productivity and safety -Participated in the production of compact disc replication equipment.
  • Performed routine/preventative maintenance on applicable equipment to maximize efficiency and minimize accidents to enhance longer life of equipment and tools.
  • Assembled conveyor system and staged for install according to mechanical floor plan, making modifications under supervised direction.
  • Participated in quality management, inventory control, and shipping/receiving activities to support overall production targets.
  • Performed complex assembly operations to assemble large Scientific Machines to close tolerances and inspection requirements.
  • Rework and/ or repair assembled equipment and products according to engineering specifications changes.
  • Performed acceptance/operational tests for Landing Gear, Hydraulic Pneumatic and Fuel systems.
  • Collaborated with Manufacturing Engineering and Quality to streamline assembly and integration processes.
  • Assembled and subbed electronic components to spec for heavy machinery operator cabs.
  • Assembled machinery from blueprints and schematics including manufactured and purchased parts.
  • Adhered to all manufacturing policies and practices and ensured consistent production.
  • Performed tasks in accordance with established quality and safety standards.
  • Prepared and Maintained accurate quality and assembly documentation as required.
  • Assemble and manufacture machinery as per specifications provided by superiors.
  • Prepared units for shipment; performed applicable electronic shipment transactions.
  • Perform in-process quality check, maintain accurate records and documentation.
  • Maintained high standards of excellence according to precise specifications.
  • Worked closely with engineers for upgrades and improvements on machines
  • Operated compound packaging system that required efficient computer skills.
  • Provide manufacturing and material handling support as needed.

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45. Rivet Guns

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Here's how Rivet Guns is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Obtained extensive experience with all common hand tools, and pneumatic tools such as rivet guns, die grinders and drills.
  • Experience with electrical and pneumatic manufacturing tools: drills, rivet guns, ratchets, sanders and metal cutters.
  • Use of rivet guns and other power/hand tools to complete units
  • Use drills and rivet guns to build custom hanging brackets.
  • Use drill motors, drills, reamers, rivet guns.
  • Trained to follow blueprint and work instructions Renton, WA Used rivet guns to install rivets, drills to remove rivets

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46. QA

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Here's how QA is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Inspected completed assemblies and performed QA functions; documented nonconforming materials and wire routing for corrective action.
  • Water tested and QA'd various units to ready them for shipment to their destination.
  • Full inspection of area was conducted before having QA sign off on work instructions.
  • Complete QAATR and NCR documentation using WISE and LABVIEW programs to complete jobs.
  • Inspected First article and gave to component engineers and QA/QC engineers for approval.
  • Close database documents, perform final QA checklists, and call for audit.
  • Make sure sub-assemblies are built correctly and get them signed off by QA.
  • Weigh, measure, and perform functions test to complete QATS as needed.
  • Worked collaboratively with engineers, QA and other functions to meet business goals.
  • Perform point testing and QA's using voltmeter, ammeter or ohmmeter.
  • Filed appropriate paperwork and diagrams of completed builds for QA.
  • Performed diagnostics and acceptance test conforming to QA parameters.
  • Painted parts to specification after it past QA/QC.
  • Inspect same machinery for QA and defaults.
  • Preformed functional tests and other QA responsibilities.
  • Assist in final packaging and QA.
  • Build up, test and QA prototype PDU's used in all types of MFG tools.
  • adhere to and perform the required qa/qc procedures.

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47. Schematic Drawings

low Demand
Here's how Schematic Drawings is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Repaired rejected assembled panels, wiring power supply according to schematic drawings.
  • Read and interpret schematic drawings to determine materials requirements.
  • Managed the assembly and testing of various types of devices, sometimes creating prototype projects from blueprints and schematic drawings.
  • Read schematic drawings, wire diagrams and blueprints to make sure wires and components are in the correct places.
  • Read and interpret blueprints and schematic drawings to insure proper assembler assembly and functionality of assemblies.
  • Used hand and power tools, read blue prints, schematic drawings and diagrams.
  • Worked from documented procedures as well as written schematic drawings or verbal instruction.
  • Reviewed specification, blueprints, manuals and schematic drawings to assemble diesel engines.
  • Read blueprints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures
  • Interpret schematic drawings, diagrams and blueprints.

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48. Mechanical Design

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

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49. Final Test

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Here's how Final Test is used in Mechanical Assembler jobs:
  • Performed final testing on newly assembled actuators and pumps using pressure gauges and other equipment to meet engineering specifications.
  • Preformed assembly, adjustments and final testing to meet engineering specifications.
  • Perform adjustments and final testing to meet engineering and quality specifications.
  • Performed final testing on newly created equipment to meet engineering specifications.
  • Performed environmental stress simulations during final testing.
  • Do final test of the product by doing calibration, measurement and cycle test and records all data in the travelers.
  • Operate initial, final testing machines, velocity range, horizontal vertical dots, accuracy graphic patterns, and motion error.
  • Perform final assembly and conduct final checks on combat vehicles before they are released to quality assurance for final test.
  • Operate pumping services equipment: evaluate old equipment for needed repairs and prep new equipment for final testing.
  • Worked in final assembly department working off items tagged by quality assurance on aircraft prior to final testing.
  • Performed all processes in mechanical assembly, build final test fixture station for fiber optical device assembly.
  • Job duties: Build a GPS sub-assembly, finished assemblies, inspection component, and final test.
  • Assemble housing and tablet to produce final unit and prep for final testing and stress evaluation.
  • Perform final test on all assembled units, verifying proper unit function troubleshooting as needed.
  • Ensured quality and functionality by looking for faulty components as well as performing final tests.
  • Performed wire harness and crimp connector adjustments and final testing inspection to meet engineering specs.
  • Provided final test for the outgoing product to insure equipment met customers' specifications.
  • Performed product test set up, electrical testing and final testing using various meters.
  • Participate in checkout and final testing of cable assemblies in accordance with checkout procedures.
  • Checked Chambers for vacuum leaks before finished assembly be transfer to Final Test.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Mechanical Assembler

Component Parts25.6%
Hand Tools15.4%
Electro-Mechanical7.6%
Safety Procedures6.7%
Circuit Boards6%
Assembly Line5.8%
Torque Wrenches4%
Final Inspection3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mechanical Assembler

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Component Parts
Component Parts
20.8%
20.8%
2
2
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
12.5%
12.5%
3
3
Electro-Mechanical
Electro-Mechanical
6.2%
6.2%
4
4
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
5.5%
5.5%
5
5
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Torque Wrenches
Torque Wrenches
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
PCB
PCB
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Wire Harnesses
Wire Harnesses
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Sub Assemblies
Sub Assemblies
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Clean Room Environment
Clean Room Environment
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
Drill Press
Drill Press
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Quality Checks
Quality Checks
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
ISO
ISO
1%
1%
21
21
CNC
CNC
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Surface Mount
Surface Mount
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Mechanical Parts
Mechanical Parts
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Control Panels
Control Panels
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Verbal Instructions
Verbal Instructions
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
SMT
SMT
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
ESD
ESD
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
BOM
BOM
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Assembly Procedures
Assembly Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Assembly Instructions
Assembly Instructions
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Electrical Assembly
Electrical Assembly
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Small Parts
Small Parts
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
MIG
MIG
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Medical Devices
Medical Devices
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
IPC
IPC
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Final Product
Final Product
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Blueprint Specifications
Blueprint Specifications
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Mrap
Mrap
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
AC
AC
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Rivet Guns
Rivet Guns
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
QA
QA
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Schematic Drawings
Schematic Drawings
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Mechanical Design
Mechanical Design
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Final Test
Final Test
0.4%
0.4%

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