"INSTRUMENT-MAKER AND REPAIRER"
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- 1) Sets up and operates machine tools to remodel electrical and electronic instruments used in electrical logging, gun perforating, sub-surface surveying, and other oil, gas, or borehole prospecting, testing and servicing operations, following engineering orders and specifications and applying knowledge of electronics, mechanics, metal properties, shop mathematics, and machining procedures: Measures, marks, and scribes dimensions of parts to be made on metal or plastic stock, using layout tools, such as rule, square, or scribe.
- 2) Installs electrical and electronic parts, such as sockets, switches, and rheostats, in chassis.
- 3) Connects circuit components, such as tubes, coils, and switches, using wire strippers and soldering iron and following circuit diagrams.
- 4) Tests instruments to determine conformance to specifications, using equipment, such as voltmeters and ohmmeters.
- 5) May be designated according to product remodeled or repaired.
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