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MACHINIST Position Summary A Machinist operates equipment such as milling machines, revolving lathes, and drill presses to produce parts and tools for the industry. They must have a thorough knowledge of many kinds of machine tools, including the use of computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines. The Machinist must have the ability to review blueprints and specifications, and know the sequence...
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Posted Mon 14th July
As a machinist, one might be asked to make items out of metal or just to operate metal machinery. Like a carpenter's craft centers around wood, so does a machinist's work revolve around all kinds of metal. Assembly line work may be the desired place for a machinist, but technology sometimes surpasses the need for such a professional. Special assembly machines have often replaced a living person when large quantities are needed of an item. However, there is still a need for experts in the field, which can sometimes include very harsh and dangerous conditions. Employment with a construction company or large corporation may be preferred over assembly work.
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