Fabricators are machines or devices that create or assemble products through various manufacturing processes. They are integral to automated production systems and play a key role in shaping raw materials into finished goods.

Job Description

We are seeking a fabricator to join our team and create fresh, inventive items out of raw materials according to a manufacturing schedule, making sure every component fits correctly and complies with safety regulations. Reading product schematics, making sure all parts are available, and verifying that all goods are manufactured within the necessary timeframe are among the duties of a fabricator. Ultimately, you will assist our company in identifying product defects and producing a variety of products throughout the year by collaborating with diverse product developers and organizational leadership.

The following are the responsibilities of a fabricator:

  • Examining and comprehending assembly instructions and product diagrams.
  • Participating in meetings for product development.
  • Checking measurements and product details.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Verify that every component needed for assembly is here.
  • Make sure all parts are correctly positioned, aligned, and screwed in. Mark cutting lines on the material. Verify that quality control requirements are met.
  • Keep a manufacturing schedule in place.
  • Examine products’ functioning.
  • Investigate and test items under stress to reduce issues or recalls.
  • Report and describe product defects in detail.

Qualifications and Abilities

  • Work experience as a fabricator or in a related role.
  • Ability to operate large machinery with ease.
  • Excellent color vision and eyesight.
  • Superb dexterity.
  • A keen eye for detail and strong organizational abilities.
  • Qualifications or experience relevant to the role of fabricator.

Commonly Asked Questions

What does a fabricator do?

Fabricators work with various materials, cutting, shaping, and assembling components to create structures or products.

What skills are important for a fabricator?

Essential skills include proficiency in welding, cutting, and interpreting technical drawings, along with attention to detail and precision.

How can I become a fabricator?

Obtain relevant training or certification in metalworking or fabrication and gain hands-on experience through apprenticeships or entry-level positions.

What industries commonly employ fabricators?

Fabricators are employed in industries such as construction, manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace.

Can fabricators work independently or in teams?

Fabricators may work independently on specific tasks, but collaboration within teams is common, especially on larger projects requiring diverse skills.