Operate die-cut machines


Operate machinery to cut paper products into a pattern, which is folded and glued into a certain shape.

Alternative labels

operating die-cut machine
handle die-cut machine
use die-cut machine
control die-cut machine
operate die-cut machines
run die-cut machine
activate die-cut machine

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Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Operate die-cut machines is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Paperboard products assembler: Paperboard products assemblers construct the components or parts made from paperboard according to strictly laid down procedures. They assemble products such as tubes, spools, cardboard boxes, paper plates and craft boards.

Optional skill

Operate die-cut machines is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Bindery operator: Bindery operators tend machines that bind printed or unprinted paper into volumes using staples, twine, glue or other binding technologies.
Absorbent pad machine operator: Absorbent pad machine operators tend a machine that takes in cellulose fibres and compresses them to a highly absorbent pad material for use in hygienic products such as diapers and tampons.
Corrugator operator: Corrugator operators tend a machine which folds a sheet of heavy paper in a wave-like pattern and covers it on both sides to create a lightweight, sturdy material suitable for packaging.




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Last updated on September 20, 2022