Job Openings Paper Core Machine Operator

About the job Paper Core Machine Operator

A well establsihed manufacturing concern is seeking an experienced Paper Core Machine Operator / Supervisor to  join their company in Durban. 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Understanding winding requirements;
  • Glue scopes (what conditions are usable);
  • Correct paper is used in production & slit quality;
  • Monitor waste and methods on reducing waste material;
  • Understand the mechanics of creel and belt (how to tighten/ loosen belt when required);
  • Adjustments on paper tension;
  • Turns setscrew and adjusts machine at specified angle for spiral winding.
  • Adhesives – used evenly and correctly;
  • Process on the narrowest ply which is under the belt and must contained correct amounts of lubrication;
  • Balancing of papers (when fitting onto machine);
  • Start-up & shut down of machine;
  • Mounts core form on chuck of machine and wraps end of tape around form.
  •  How to add outer plys;
  • Understand gaps pen and how to close when necessary;
  • Familiar on wall thickness and should adjust when required;
  • Checking on bonding (between 85& to 100%);
  •  Marking of reject cores.
  • Removes completed cores from machine to stock bins.
  • Understanding winding requirements;
  • Glue scopes (what conditions are usable);
  • Correct paper is used in production & slit quality;
  • Monitor waste and methods on reducing waste material;
  • Understand the mechanics of creel and belt (how to tighten/ loosen belt when required);
  • Adjustments on paper tension;
  • Turns setscrew and adjusts machine at specified angle for spiral winding.
  • Adhesives – used evenly and correctly;
  • Process on the narrowest ply which is under the belt and must contained correct amounts of lubrication;
  • Balancing of papers (when fitting onto machine);
  • Start-up & shut down of machine;
  • Mounts core form on chuck of machine and wraps end of tape around form.
  •  How to add outer plys;
  • Understand gaps pen and how to close when necessary;
  • Familiar on wall thickness and should adjust when required;
  • Checking on bonding (between 85& to 100%);
  •  Marking of reject cores.
  • Removes completed cores from machine to stock bins.