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Metal Fabricator Interview

25 Metal Fabricator Interview Questions

Question 1 of 25
As a metal fabricator you will be on your feet a lot during the day. Are you able to handle a physical position like this?
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Question 2 of 25
How are your mechanical skills?
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To read technical drawings and design also, and to work in team in order to achieve the goal.
I dont have mechanical skills.
Measuring using by steel tape, reading a blue print. And fabricating.
My Mechanical skills is steel fabricator and welding.
Question 3 of 25
What is your greatest strength? How does it contribute to your role as a metal fabricator?
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My energy level;compatibility and team work. Facing the new chalanges in my work and resolving it.
Interpreting the drawing and calculations.
Shaping metal to different shapes.
I make my full effort in doing my work at a given time.
Costing of fabrication, laser cutting job.
Hard working and easy understanding.
I can work in any condition.
I am a positive person who will face the challange and win..
Question 4 of 25
Describe your experience as a metal fabricator.
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Reading drawing make work faster make fast calculations.
I have total 4.5 experience in metal fabricator.
Question 5 of 25
Tell me about your education or training.
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Matric and 6 years experience.
Completed my Masters in Engineering in Mechanical in CAD CAM CAE with first class and completed bachelors in mechanical with distinction.
Measuring by steel tape and cutting the plate, reading a blue print.
I compeleted year 12 in 2013 and I am doing my first year of Behchelor Of Business Accountting.
I'm measuring using by steel tape, cutting a metal, reading the blue print. And fabricating.
Measuring by a steel tape, reading the blue print, cutting the metal, vending, and fabricating.
National trade certificate holder.
I have been working my whole life, and after graduating from high school, I really devoted my time to my workmanship, I have been trained in multiple areas specific to this job, and have been an apprentice for over a year.
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About Metal Fabricator

December 10th, 2014

Fabrication, when used as an industrial term, applies to the building of machines, structures and other equipment, by cutting, shaping and assembling components made from raw materials. Small businesses that specialize in metal are called fab shops.