Machining tool operators set up and operate machines to turn, mill, drill, bore, plane, hone, broach, and grind to produce machined parts. They may etch or chemically mill metal pieces.
A. Forging machine operators form metal into shapes and impart hardness, strength, and other characteristics.
B. Woodworking machine operators set up, program, and run woodworking machinery to fabricate/repair parts for wood products.
C. Light and heavy metalworking machine operators shape and form sheet/light metal or steel/heavy metal into parts/products.
D. Welders operate welding equipment to weld ferrous/non-ferrous metals.
E. Welding machine operators fabricate and repair metal parts using spot, butt, and seam resistance machines or gas/arc welding machines.
F. Brazing and soldering machine operators bond metal parts and fill holes, indentations, and seams in metal articles with solder.