The average pay for a Production Mechanic Tin Cans is $34,291 a year and $16 an hour in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Production Mechanic Tin Cans is between $26,338 and $40,816.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Sets up automatic multiple-operation machines to perform any combination of bending, punching, roll forming, beading, cutting, flanging, shearing, seaming and welding, soldering, or clinching to fabricate metal parts, such as rims, molding, cans, tubing, and housing: sets stops and guides.
Installs and aligns forming and drive rolls, roller dies, punching, notching, and cutting dies and rams, shears, or saw blades.
Installs electrodes and adjusts voltage to set up welding or soldering unit.
Installs coil of tinplate for presses.
Adjusts speed controls to synchronize action of rolls, cutoff, welding unit, drive rolls, conveyor, or transfer machine.
Greases and oils machinery, using grease gun, oilcan and brush.
Operates machines for test run to verify setup.
Turns machine over to multi-operation-forming-machine operator ii.
May set up mechanized line of machines which operate in tandem.
May repair malfunctioning machines.
May be designated by function of machines as production mechanic, tin cans; rim-roller setter; tubing-mill setter.
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