Tend electroplating machine


Tend a metalworking machine designed to coat metal surfaces by using electric current to form metal coatings on an electrode and on the workpiece, monitor and operate it according to regulations.

Alternative labels

oversee electroplating machine
oversee anodising machine
monitor electroplating machine
watch over electroplating machine
monitor anodising machine
guard anodising machine
watch over anodising machine
guard electroplating machine

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Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Tend electroplating machine is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Electroplating machine operator: Electroplating machine operators set up and tend electroplating machines designed to finish and coat the metal workpieces’ (such as future pennies and jewelry) surface by using electric current to dissolve metal cations and to bond a thin layer of another metal, such as zinc, copper or silver, to produce a coherent metal coating to the workpiece’s surface.

Optional skill

Tend electroplating machine 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.

Record press operator: Record press operators tend a machine that presses vinyl with a negative impression of a master disc. As pressure is applied, the vinyl is forced into the grooves of the master disc and a playable record is obtained.
Surgical instrument maker: Surgical instrument makers create, repair and design surgical instruments, such as clamps, graspers, mechanical cutters, scopes, probes and other surgical instruments.
Surface treatment operator: Surface treatment operators apply chemicals and paint to the material surface in order to protect against corrosion. They calculate the materials needed for surface protection.




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Last updated on September 20, 2022