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OPTR,MACHINE,CUTTER BINDING

Expires on: July 31, 2024


Position Details
JAMJOOM PRINTING PRESS EST./DAR JAMJOOM PRINTING PRESS/DAL AL JAMJOO M FOR PRINTING AND PUBLICATION
Manufacturing
KSA
Qualification
Any
25-35
Any
5 year(s)

Cutter, Binding Operator

 

A Cutter, Binding Operator is a skilled individual who works in the printing and finishing industry. Their job involves two key tasks:

 

1. Cutter:

 

Operates cutting machines to precisely cut printed materials to their final size and shape.

This could involve paper, cardboard, or other materials used in printed products like brochures, booklets, packaging, labels, etc.

May need to read and interpret cutting instructions from layout designs or job specifications.

Ensures the cuts are clean, accurate, and free of imperfections.

May set up and adjust cutting machines based on the job requirements.

Keeps the cutting area clean and organized for safety and efficiency.

2. Binding Operator:

 

Operates machinery that binds together the cut pieces of printed materials to create the final product.

This might involve processes like folding, stitching, stapling, gluing, or other binding techniques depending on the product.

Ensures the binding is secure, durable, and aesthetically pleasing.

Loads and unloads materials from the binding machines.

May need to adjust machine settings or troubleshoot minor issues.

Maintains a clean and safe work environment around the binding machinery.

In summary, a Cutter, Binding Operator plays a crucial role in transforming printed sheets into finished products. They require a combination of technical skills to operate the machinery, attention to detail for accurate cutting and binding, and the ability to work efficiently in a production setting.

Here are some additional details about the profession:

Prefer candidates with a high school diploma or vocational training in printing.

On-the-job training is usually provided to learn how to operate specific machines and follow company procedures.

Work Environment: Cutters and Binding Operators typically work in printing shops, publishing houses, packaging facilities, or other businesses that produce printed materials. The work environment can be fast-paced and involve repetitive tasks, but it can also be rewarding to see the finished products created from their efforts.

Skills: In addition to the technical skills mentioned earlier, cutters and binding operators may need good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, and the ability to follow instructions precisely. They should also be able to work independently and as part of a team to meet deadlines.

  • Example of the Machine which will work on as PAPER CUTTING MACHINE
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