Communicates with drafters as needed to clarify jobs and programming.
Performs touch-ups and repairs.
Sets up and operates a variety of machines i.e., chop saws, edge banders, routers, dowelers, pocket screws, etc.
Assembles cabinets with special parts or hardware, modifying construction methods if needed.
Maintains knowledge of other departments within the company i.e., drawers, parts, doors as needed to complete jobs.
Gathers and organizes parts i.e., doors, drawer parts and hardware as needed to complete weekly work load.
Maintains knowledge of set up to ensure product is properly built.
Maintains a working knowledge of the various wood species and can differentiate between them.
Makes fundamental mathematical calculations and reads measurement devices, i.e. tape measure, etc.
Fills in other areas as needed.
A tradition that began in 1947, in the garage of cabinetmaker Tom Hammer, has evolved into one of the largest custom cabinet manufacturers in the U.S. To this day, Crystal Cabinet Works continues the tradition of fine custom cabinet making.