What Are the Duties of a Machine Operator?

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The duty of machine operator is to work the machines during manufacture. Machine setters prepare the machines prior to production. They carry out initial test runs and may regulate and make minor repairs to the machinery during its operation. Many machine workers both set up and operate equipment.
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