As an assembler, your role involves putting together components and parts to create finished products. It can include tasks such as following instructions, using hand tools or machinery, inspecting and testing products, and ensuring quality standards are met.


The CNC system uses pre-programmed instructions to control the movement of the machine, including the cutting tools, lathes, mills, routers, or other machinery. These instructions are based on a design or CAD (Computer-Aided Design) file, which specifies the dimensions, shapes, and operations required for the desired product.

CNC machines offer several advantages, such as increased precision, repeatability, and the ability to automate complex tasks. They can perform operations like cutting, drilling, milling, and shaping materials with great accuracy and efficiency.


Milling and lathe operations are two common machining processes used in manufacturing and metalworking. While they both involve material removal, they differ in the way they achieve it.

Milling: As mentioned earlier, milling involves removing material from a workpiece using rotary cutters. The milling machine holds the rotating cutter, and the workpiece is typically held in a stationary position or moved under the cutter. The cutter can move in multiple axes, allowing for the creation of various shapes, slots, holes, and contours on the workpiece.

Lathe: A lathe, on the other hand, holds the workpiece in a rotating manner and uses cutting tools to shape the material. The workpiece is clamped and rotated while the cutting tool moves parallel or perpendicular to the axis of rotation. This process is commonly used for operations like turning, facing, boring, threading, and grooving. Lathes are ideal for creating cylindrical or symmetrical shapes.


As an electrician, your role involves working with electrical systems, installations, and equipment. Electricians are responsible for installing, repairing, and maintaining electrical wiring, fixtures, and devices in various settings.


1. Organization: The storage room should be organized in a way that allows easy access to equipment. Tools and equipment can be arranged on shelves, racks, or designated areas to keep them neat and easily retrievable.

2. Security: Equipment storage rooms often require secure measures to prevent theft or unauthorized access. This may include locked doors, restricted access, or the use of security systems.

3. Inventory Management: A proper inventory system should be implemented to track the equipment stored in the room. This helps with monitoring the availability, condition, and maintenance schedule of the equipment.

Quality Control 

Quality control (QC) is a process implemented to ensure that products or services meet or exceed established quality standards. It involves a series of activities and measures designed to monitor and verify the quality of goods or services throughout the production or delivery process.