Aluminium fabricators create products and structures that are usually implemented in a variety of industries. Aluminium is lightweight, sturdy and has excellent corrosion resistance, making it a popular material on construction sites. Aluminium fabricators typically work in a factory or workshop and manufacture aluminium products using machines, tools and fabricating methods.
The typical duties and responsibilities of an aluminium fabricator may include:
* forging aluminium with other metals to form alloys
* manufacturing aluminium products
* performing metal inert gas welding
* performing waterjet cutting
* turning and milling aluminium
* bending, stamping and rolling aluminium sheets
* interpreting plans and specifications
* ordering aluminium and other metals
* casting aluminium with other metals
* moulding and forming aluminium
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