Saddlers supply horse-riding gear. They design, manufacture, rebuild, and repair saddles, saddle trees, and harnesses. They also work on riding boots and other tack for all equestrian activities.
Horse harness makers identify and select quality leathers to cut and stitch to the scale and size of harness parts, diagnose worn and defective harness parts and components, and create a template to modify or replace missing or damaged components. Harness makers also black and slick leathers and complete all finishing techniques for their products.
Food manufacturing process operators control and supervise process operations in factories. They must be skilled at writing production and safety reports, disposing of hazardous materials, monitoring control panels, and maintaining all process components.
Tool and cutter grinders shape and sharpen precision cutting tools to be used in manufacturing. They must be skilled at reading work orders and blueprints, setting machines to cut to precise measurements, readying etching solution to remove unwanted metal portions, and maintaining the equipment.
Roll grinders and turners heat metal and roll it through machines to flatten it to a specific thickness for customers like automotive manufacturers. They must be skilled at grinding, turning, and texturing cast iron, cast steel, iron, high chrome, tool steel, and forged rolls. They make sure to always follow safety procedures and inspect finished products for quality.