A boilermaker is a trained craftsperson who produces steel fabrications from plates and tubes. The name originated from craftsmen who would fabricate boilers, but they may work on projects as diverse as bridges to blast furnaces to the construction of mining equipment.
Do you guys think that it's a good idea to become an Electrician Artisan? Salary after completing 18 months of apprenticeship and the trade test would be as follows: Basic salary: R18 000 Monthly bonus: R2 000 (Due to a shortage of artisans) Overtime: x2 Per hour (4 Saturdays + 2 Sundays monthly) Total: +- R25 000 per month.
Originally, mechatronics just included the combination of mechanics and electronics, therefore the word is a combination of mechanics and electronics; however, as technical systems have become more and more complex the definition has been broadened to include more technical areas.
A millwright is a high precision craftsman or tradesman who installs, dismantles, repairs, reassembles, and moves machinery in factories, power plants, and construction sites. As the name suggests, the original function of a millwright was the construction of flour mills, sawmills, paper mills and fulling mills powered by water or wind, mostly of wood with a limited number of metal parts.
Sheet metal workers are trained in the Testing, Adjusting and Balancing of mechanical systems as well as servicing them. Sheet metal workers work in both the field and in the shop utilizing mathematics and pattern layout development methods. They cut, bend, and shape sheets of metal.
Other types of Artisans include plumbers, electricians and welders. Types of Artisans There are two kinds of Artisans which include Section 13 and Section 28 Artisans. Section 13 Artisans are those people who have undergone formal training. Training includes both theoretical and practical components.