Profession fitter and turner
Fitters and turners use machine tools to create and modify metal parts according to set specifications in order to fit components for machinery. They ensure the finished components are ready for assembly.
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- Carry out measurements of parts
Operate measurement instruments to measure parts of manufactured objects. Take into consideration specifications of manufacturers to perform the measuring.
- Cut metal products
Operate cutting and measuring instruments in order to cut/shape pieces of metal into given dimensions.
- Fabricate metal parts
Fabricate metal parts, using equipment such as drill presses and engine lathes.
- Operate drill press
Operate a semi-automated, semi-manual drill press to drill holes in a work piece, safely and according to regulations.
- Manipulate metal
Manipulate the properties, shape and size of metal.
- Perform metal work
Work with metal and iron materials in order to assemble individual pieces or structures.
- Tend lathe
Tend a lathe designed for cutting manufacturing processes on metal, wooden, plastic materials and others, monitor and operate it, according to regulations.
- Operate metal fabricating machines
Set up and operate fabricating equipment to bend, cut and straighten pieces of metal.
- Use technical documentation
Understand and use technical documentation in the overall technical process.