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A beader is a person who installs plastic moulding strips into slotted edges of metal tabletops using a mallet and bandsaw.


The beader positions the centre of the moulding strip over the leading edge of the tabletop as it moves along a conveyor and pushes the tongue of the molding into a slot along the entire edge of the tabletop, pounding the moulding with a mallet to seat it firmly in the slot.


The tabletop is then lifted from a conveyor onto a worktable where the beader cuts off overlapping ends of molding using a bandsaw and pounds the trimmed ends of the moulding into the slot to form a tight joint.


A beader also heats the moulding strips in a hot water tank prior to installation if specified by the job order.


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Beader - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (159 words)
A beader is a person who installs plastic moulding strips into slotted edges of metal tabletops using a mallet and bandsaw.
The beader positions the centre of the moulding strip over the leading edge of the tabletop as it moves along a conveyor and pushes the tongue of the molding into a slot along the entire edge of the tabletop, pounding the moulding with a mallet to seat it firmly in the slot.
The tabletop is then lifted from a conveyor onto a worktable where the beader cuts off overlapping ends of molding using a bandsaw and pounds the trimmed ends of the moulding into the slot to form a tight joint.
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