Responsible for cutting, slicing, drilling and in some cases repairing the very machines that they work with. Other duties may include press-braking, roll-forming, finishing and stamping items. It is important for technicians to follow specific protocols by reading blueprints and using computers on various types of machinery.
Machinists must operate with care at all times. Safety is important when working with steel, glass and metal. Some work involves heat-processed or lubricated items as well, and the machines and parts they use can be heavy and dangerous. The types of machines that a manual machinist might use include:
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