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Top MIG Welder Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a mig welder. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of mig welder resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.4% of mig welder resumes contained tape measure as a skill. Let's find out what skills a mig welder actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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The six most common skills found on MIG Welder resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Tape Measure

high Demand

A tape measure is a thin, flexible strip of plastic or metal that can be rolled up when it is not being used. The tape measure has numbers marked on it linearly which is used for measuring length.

Here's how Tape Measure is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Perform fit up, weld, and assemble using fixtures, surface plates and hand tools, tape measure etc.
  • Verify position of metal components in assembly, using straightedge, square, and tape measure prior to final fabrication.
  • Used various tools such as calipers, tape measure, grinder, along with numerous shop tools
  • Use tape measure, ruler and square for close measurements to assemble and fabricate blower/fan housing.
  • Use a tape measure, square, level to establish proper assembly.
  • Check for accuracy using tape measure, squares and other measuring instruments.
  • Can read tape measure and have some familiarity with blue prints.
  • Blue print reading and use of tape measure critical.
  • Read and understood tape measure increments.
  • Use Tape measures to measure part.
  • Read blue prints and tape measure.
  • Used torches, plasma cutters, grinders, and tape measures to make sure quality came to a all time highest.
  • Required to read blueprints daily and use tape measurers as well as micrometers for precise measurements when creating frames.
  • Used measuring tools such as tape measure, speed square and level.
  • Use tri squares, levels and tape measure.
  • tape measure, metabo cut, grind, hand tools.
  • Read blue prints to obtain information used to to weld steel R.V chasis, read tape measure and plasma torch operator.
  • Welded on greenhouse frames using MIG welding Read blue prints Used tape measure Kept work area clean and organized

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2. Component Parts

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Generally, when speaking about electrical work, product design, and engineering, one can safely assume that component parts refer to the parts and pieces of machinery or a product which make it up. Skills associated with component parts are generally those that have to do with engineering, design, maintenance of said parts, testing parts for any faults or perhaps any elements that could be improvement upon, and repair.

Here's how Component Parts is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Clamp, hold, track-weld, heat-bend, grind or bolt component parts together.
  • Assembled and welded steel frames and other component parts of machinery and equipment.
  • Operated MIG welder to produce X-frame component parts as per blue print specifications.
  • clamp hold tack weld heat Bend rind or both component parts to obtain required configurations and positions for welding.
  • Clamped, holded, tacked-weld, heated-bend, grinded and bolted component parts that required configurations and positions for welding.
  • Documented the Brenell points.MiG Welder - Welded component parts for the semi truck line.

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3. Gmaw

high Demand

Gas metal arc welding is a welding process in which an electrical arc forms between the workpiece metal and a consumable metal inert gas wire electrode.

Here's how Gmaw is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Assembled Copper and Aluminum parts by (GTAW, GMAW, and also brazing)
  • Calibrated welding machines to GMAW (calibration).
  • Certified GMAW Mig Welding, Flux Core and Aluminum.
  • Project Ended) Triple B Fabrication is a small manufacturing company that uses SMAW and GMAW process.
  • Pulse welding and TIG welding Mig (GMAW) Welder at U-Haul Amform in Glendale, AZ
  • Spot welding and welding in different positions Reading blueprints & Opreating different cranes GMAW Galvanized & stainless steel

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4. Aluminum

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Aluminum is the most common nonferrous metal and the most prevalent metallic material in the Earth's crust. Aluminum is never found in its metallic form in nature, but its compounds can be found in varying degrees in nearly all minerals, vegetation, and animals. Cans, foils, cooking utensils, door frames, kegs, and aeroplane pieces are all made of aluminum.

Here's how Aluminum is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • MiG-Welded both metal and aluminum frames/components for agricultural and turf sprayers.
  • Developed welding techniques, procedures and applications of welding aluminum.
  • Weld industrial aluminum coolers in an experimental production setting.
  • Manufactured aluminum tool boxes for industrial trucking companies.
  • Fabricated custom aluminum logos per client specifications.
  • Repaired aluminum and stainless steel kitchen equipment.
  • Assembled and welded aluminum components for computers
  • Applied my extensive knowledge of welding characteristics of various metals including stainless steel, carbon, steel, aluminum and titanium.
  • Used band saws to cut aluminum square tubing Used grinders and operated a robotic welder and spot welded and took inventory.
  • Use MIG welding equipment to maintain and repair aluminum components such as flooring, and corner beams on approved ULD containers.
  • Welded various types of aluminum storage products as per company order of the day specification utilizing Aluminum MIG welding skill.
  • Operate a machine that stretches a straight pieces of aluminum that are various lengths into the shape of a horseshoe.
  • Company Certified in AWS D1.1 Structural Steel, D1.2 Structural Aluminum, D1.6 Stainless Steel, D17.1 Aerospace.
  • Fabricate steel and aluminum for custom truck parts, beds, doors, bumpers and install.
  • Performed numerous types of repairs on stainless steel and aluminum shipping containers for BASF and DuPont.
  • Weld 6''aluminum pipes and fitted and assembled saddles to combustion line in high elevations.
  • Welded galvanized steel, stainless steel, and aluminum up to one inch in thickness.
  • Performed TIG and MIG welding operations using stainless steel, carbon steel, and aluminum.
  • Used one pound spool guns with .030 wire and .055 thickness of aluminum.
  • Welded on aluminum building hand rails for a hotel restoration company.

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5. Stainless Steel

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Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, chromium, carbon, and some other metals with corrosion-resistant properties. The components of steel include less than 1% carbon, 1% manganese, and small quantities of other elements such as phosphorus, silicon, sulfur, and oxygen. Iron and carbon are the two essential components of steel. Stainless steel is resistant to tarnishing and rust.

Here's how Stainless Steel is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Interpret blueprint lay-outs and perform MIG welding in all positions on mild carbon steel and stainless steel to fabricate diesel tanks.
  • Work was varied and involved different materials including mild, plate, and stainless steel 22gauge to 2in.
  • Use flame-cutting equipment to cut, scarf, and/or trim metal or stainless steel objects per work order.
  • Crafted stainless steel machines for purposes of producing honey, using TIG and MIG welding techniques.
  • Welded stainless steel tubing to prefabricated parts to produce exhaust Assemblies for GM.
  • Experienced in threading and running pipe, and routing stainless steel tubing.
  • Job Description: MIG welder on stainless steel and mild steel.
  • Welded stainless steel metal, Hot Roll and Cold Roll 7ga.
  • Experienced and certified at welding carbon steels, stainless steels materials.
  • Welded mild steel and various stainless steel materials for the hoppers.
  • Experience welding mild steel, stainless steel, and structural welding.
  • Buffed using buffing wheels... stainless steel brackets after welding.
  • Performed various MIG welding jobs using carbon and stainless steel.
  • Metal such as mild steel, stainless steel.
  • Provided quality welding using stainless steel and carbon.
  • Weld custom stainless steel ducts for roof.
  • Weld stainless steel and carbon steel.
  • Welded stainless steel when needed.
  • Weld in F1, F3, and F4 position using mild and stainless steel .045 welding wire.
  • Weld mild, 304 and 409 stainless steel.

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6. Safety Rules

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Principles or regulations that ensure the protection of people, objects, or the environment are called safety rules. These rules can be governing actions, devices, or procedures that help in minimizing the risks of loss, injury, or damage.

Here's how Safety Rules is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Follow all safety rules, keep work area clean and comply with all GRS Environmental Health and Safety Policies.
  • Trained new operators to my weld cells to ensure safety, efficiency, and quality of parts produced.
  • Follow safety rules and regulations while daily inspection of equipment is logged.
  • Comply with all safety rules and procedures.
  • Adhered to all Demmer safety rules.
  • Planned and implemented alterations to ensure safety, to improve operator ergonomics and to increase machine productivity.

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7. Hand Tools

high Demand

Here's how Hand Tools is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Experienced with various hand tools, weld gauges, oxygen-acetylene torch, carbon arc and overhead equipment for transporting materials.
  • Positioned and adjusted fixtures, attachments, or work piece on machine, using hand tools and measuring devices.
  • Chipped and ground off excessive material, spatter and rough edges by using various hand tools and grinders.
  • Use of hand tools overhead cranes, hi-lows to move material from job stations to job station.
  • Used a variety of hand tools (electric and air), as well as measuring tools.
  • Operated and maintained shop hand tools and equipment including grinder, torch, drill, and cutters.
  • Use equipment such as iron bender, bench grinder, drill press and many hand tools.
  • Used welding hand tools, plasma cutter, acetylene torches, side grinder and bench grinders.
  • Cleaned and maintains work pieces and welding machine parts, using hand tools and equipment.
  • Operate various hand tools needed for grinding and maintaining to assure quality welds.
  • Use of hand tools and general maintenance of equipment throughout the shop.
  • Operated 3 ton cranes and various hand tools used in metal fabrication.
  • Remove completed work pieces and parts from machinery, using hand tools.
  • Stopped and opened holding device on welding machine, using hand tools.
  • Worked with torches, plasma cutters and power hand tools.
  • Trained and used various hand tools and welding shop equipment.
  • Operated welding power and hand tools on a daily basis.
  • Operated forklift and maintained shop hand tools and equipment.
  • Maintain and repair hand tools, power tools.
  • Operate Various electric and air hand tools.

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8. Overhead Cranes

high Demand

Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Operate welding robot and other tools like, grinders, drills, saws, overhead cranes and pipe bender.
  • Operated overhead cranes, fork trucks, large air tools and set up steel mills for different product.
  • Used Overhead Cranes and forklift truck to move heavy materials in and out of shop.
  • Use of pneumatic and.electric tools, welding equipment, overhead cranes, basic shop tools.
  • Use forklifts(industrial & all terrain) as needed along with overhead cranes.
  • Loaded and unloaded materials using forklift, hand truck, overhead cranes and hoist.
  • Trained in the proper use of overhead cranes and used these daily.
  • Run forklift and overhead cranes in an efficient and safe manor.
  • Used overhead cranes ranging from 5-30 tons to move vessels.
  • Clean steal before it got welded and painted overhead cranes.
  • Transfer welded material to paint rack with overhead cranes.
  • Certified fire watch, aerial lifts overhead cranes.
  • Tack together & weld out (using MIG welder), use various grinders, mag drill & overhead cranes.
  • lifted and positioned material with use of overhead cranes and forklifts for fabrication and shipping.
  • Maintain and inspect overhead cranes,welder,grinders,and any other issued tools.
  • used overhead cranes an forklifts to move parts around plants .an I operated punch presses an operated shear to cut parts
  • Put brakes and brake lines on coal carts Welded bi-level and tri-level coal carts Operated hydrolic press and overhead cranes Caruastar

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9. Layout

high Demand

Here's how Layout is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Blue print reading then Layout and fitter of beams / columns / etc for welders then weld after final QC confirmed.
  • Welded metal parts as specified by layout or welding diagram (blue prints, engineering drawings and weld specifications).
  • Followed blueprints and layout specifications to position, align, fit, and weld parts to form complete units.
  • Welded metal parts with gas welding equipment as specified by layout, welding diagram, and work order.
  • Weld metal parts together to fabricate or repair products according to layout, blueprints or work orders.
  • Blueprint reading, layout and fit-up of parts for heavy structural steel in preparation for final welding.
  • Positioned parts in jig and fixtures on bench and floor and clamped parts together along layout marks.
  • Utilized blueprints and sketches to layout, and fabricate different new designs (fixtures).
  • Performed layout work and projects using blueprints, drawings, sketches, and specifications.
  • Analyzed blue prints and specifications to plan layout, assembly, and welding operations.
  • Develop layout and plan sequence of operations for fabricating and assembling conversion trucks.
  • Learned to layout and build structural steel components using all of our equipment.
  • Review layout and work orders in preparation for welding and fitting.
  • Organized floor layout according to company protocol.
  • Process layout, weld diagram, blueprint, hard wire, flux core, arc, and weld procedure.
  • Read blueprints, layout weld to specs.
  • Read blueprints layout to spects.
  • Cut, Deburr, Layout, Manual Machine and Assy of all required components.
  • Metal Fabricator *Arc Welder *Metal Layout *Blue Prints
  • Metal fabrication using a mig welder Fabrication layout Quality inspection Repair defects

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10. Air Arc

high Demand

Air carbon arc cutting, metal arc gouging, or, more commonly, Air Arc is a term referring to a process in which metal material is cut and melted through the heat of a carbon arc, after which the molten metal is removed via an air jet. Carbon arc is a process and method in which a gaseous form of carbon is broken down and produces heat and light.

Here's how Air Arc is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Air arc, plasma cutting, and hand torching as needed.
  • Air arc and repair failed UT and visual inspection welds.
  • Air arc used in preparation for full penetration weld.
  • Performed Air arc gouging for various jobs.
  • Use plasma cutter and air arc.
  • Use air arc, jib cranes, forklift, robot welders & sandblast parts.
  • core, TIG - Torches, air arc, plasma cutter

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11. PPE

high Demand

Personal protective equipment is an item of protective clothing such as goggles, helmets, or other garments meant to protect the body from injury.

Here's how PPE is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Worked in inclement weather conditions while wearing appropriate PPE and following OSHA safety guidelines.
  • Complied with guidelines for proper PPE and other safety directives.
  • Save working abilities and proper PPE use.
  • Wear proper personal protection equipment (PPE)
  • Maintained all welding and PPE Equipment.
  • Clean work safe environment proper PPE
  • Trim welds with a grinder, use proper PPE.

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12. Drill Press

high Demand

A drill press refers to a device used to produce holes in hard substances. When drilling the holes, you need to clamp the workpiece on a table and hold the drill in a rotating spindle and feed it into the workpiece.

Here's how Drill Press is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Received training in overhead crane, sandblasting, Carlton drill press, pneumatic tube cutter and 15 ton Taylor 300 forklift.
  • Operate forklifts overhand crane, and plasma cutter, press brake and drill press, torch, roller, and saw
  • Grind parts, operate press brake, operate mill and drill press, and cut parts on saw.
  • Highly-skilled in proper use of tools such as benders, various saws, drill press and sanders.
  • Operated iron worker, drill press, wet saw, grinder, forklift, man lift.
  • Performed minor trouble shooting, and routine maintenance on shears, punch, and drill presses.
  • Have done some fabrication work with benders, drill presses and brake presses
  • Operate forklift, drill press, cold saw, threading machines etc.
  • Machine Operator-experience with drill presses, saws, and end finish machines.
  • Operated drill presses, spot welders and belt sanders.
  • Set up and ran punch press machines.
  • Operate a table saw and drill press.
  • Run torches, drill press, saws shears, and punches.
  • Operated drill presses, brake presses, mandrel benders, shears, forklift and Millermatic metal inert gas welders.
  • Experience using metal brake, metal sheer, drill press, ironworker, and saw.
  • used drill presses and press brakes for manufacturing small parts.
  • band saw, break press, forklift certified, drill press
  • produce parts by press machinery.
  • Operate torch, brake press, cnc press, saws, drill press, belt sander, and iron worker.
  • Weld automotive racks with .45 wire ,ran a punch press,plasma cutter,drill press,

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13. Setup

high Demand

The arrangement of anything is called a setup. While in computer language, setup means installing hardware or software. Setup can include many computer programs like device drivers or plugins.

Here's how Setup is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Punch Press and Sheet metal Operator, forklift operator, material handler, machine setup, MI G Welder, line maintenance
  • Machine Setup and Operator- Punch, Drill, Brake, and Auto presses.
  • Helped special needs day workers get setup for their work day.
  • Perform setup and basic welding torch maintenance on MIG welding equipment.
  • Give directions to other workers regarding machine setup and use.
  • Machine setup, all types.
  • Job duties include setup and complete buckets according to blueprint and quality specifications using the mig welding process and grinders .
  • Line Support RF ID gun used to move inventory perform setup for change overs.
  • worked as a mig welder, mig robot setup men, and fixture maker.

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14. Assembly Line

high Demand

Assembly line is a process used in industries to ensure the production of products in a cost effective manner by dividing up the responsibilities of each labor. Assembly lines enabled industries to hire more workers, therefore providing more employment opportunities to labors. This is possible because in this process the burden of all the tasks related to production are not laid on a single person, they are divided into small baby steps for each labor.

Here's how Assembly Line is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Worked various stations on assembly line as instructed by the supervisor to perform other duties as assigned.
  • Welded all the hinges on the doors for the lockers to go on down the assembly line
  • Worked on the Assembly line, built lockers, MIG welder, Stick Welding, Metal fabrication
  • Weld and assemble trailer dump* Order parts for assembly line* Clean and maintain dump line
  • Supplied rail line with casters to move semi finished product down the assembly line.
  • Work in assembly line putting together doors for cabinets or vending machines.
  • Assure that the assembly line productivity stays consistent to avoid downtime.
  • Tacked and welded on daily basis in an assembly line.
  • Worked on assembly line building conveyors at the Peanut Factory.
  • Promoted to main assembly line within a week of hire.
  • Repaired damaged dumpsters as part of an assembly line.
  • Worked on assembly line to fully fabricate 12'hx8'lx6'w containers.
  • Worked on an assembly line with a MIG Welder.
  • Welded multiple parts at various stations on assembly line.
  • Started as a welder on an assembly line.
  • Weld tractor parts as they come off assembly line
  • Run on an assembly line.
  • Worked different phases on an assembly line making military vehicles Laid-off
  • Manufactured sporting equipment on assembly line using Mig Welder.
  • Work on a assembly line welding sub-floor frames for cargo bodies according to the customers order.

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15. Flux Core

average Demand

Here's how Flux Core is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Performed MIG welding flux core, gas metal arc welding and shield arc-welding certification for 3G/4G all position.
  • Performed flux core arc welding, built hydraulic jacks for elevators, and air-pressure check cylinders.
  • Used flux core and submerged arc welding to fit and weld box cars.
  • Sheet metal MIG welder/Pulse/Flux core.
  • Metal core wire carbon and stainless
  • Weld using flux core to make 100% welds on flanges, backing bar, bases, and slip joints.
  • Experienced in Flux Core, MIG, and stick welding.
  • Welded panels, wire feed, flux core, steel
  • Provided structural steel welding to produce I Beams for buildings, using Flux Core Arc Welding.
  • organize, measure, tack, MIG/Flux Core welds on ferrous and non-ferrous metal gauges.
  • Assemble and weld portable light frames with mig machine 0.045 flex core wire
  • Welded bases and skids with flux core and mig.
  • Use a Mig Welder Flux Core Welder.
  • Read blue prints* Mig welder* Flux core
  • Bend test 1inch thick 12 inch long with bevel, flux core.
  • Welded skids and frames with mig, flux core and stick.
  • Used .045 hardwire & 1/16th flux core.
  • Operated overhead crane and forklift * Used torches, MIG welded and flux Core welding * Read prints, fitting parts together
  • Used 0.45 duel shielded flux core wire to weld underframe of 50' boxcars, mostly slots and gussets.
  • Welded all beams using fluxcore wire welded various items such as steps, railings, crossbars, etc.

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16. Plasma Torch

average Demand

Here's how Plasma Torch is used in MIG Welder jobs:
  • Use oxyacetylene and plasma torches, break press, and keep work area clean
  • Operated grinder, cranes, plasma torch and carbon arc cutting/gouging.
  • Operate overhead crane, pallet jack, oxy-fuel and plasma torch.
  • Cut/beveled carbon/stainless steel using Oxyacetylene and Plasma torch.
  • Utilize torch cutting/burning as well as plasma torch cutting, grinding and stamping with part numbers.
  • Program, load materials, operate, and remove finished material from CNC plasma burning table.

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20 Most Common Skill For A MIG Welder

Tape Measure14.4%
Component Parts11.5%
Gmaw10.1%
Aluminum9.2%
Stainless Steel7.5%
Safety Rules7.4%
Hand Tools7.3%
Overhead Cranes3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A MIG Welder

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
14.4%
14.4%
2
2
Component Parts
Component Parts
11.5%
11.5%
3
3
Gmaw
Gmaw
10.1%
10.1%
4
4
Aluminum
Aluminum
9.2%
9.2%
5
5
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
7.5%
7.5%
6
6
Safety Rules
Safety Rules
7.4%
7.4%
7
7
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
7.3%
7.3%
8
8
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
3%
3%
9
9
Layout
Layout
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
Air Arc
Air Arc
2%
2%
11
11
PPE
PPE
1.5%
1.5%
12
12
Drill Press
Drill Press
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Setup
Setup
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Flux Core
Flux Core
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Plasma Torch
Plasma Torch
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
CNC
CNC
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
TIG
TIG
1%
1%
20
20
Different Types
Different Types
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Ensure Conformance
Ensure Conformance
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Structural Steel
Structural Steel
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Rough Spots
Rough Spots
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Grind Welds
Grind Welds
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Inspect Parts
Inspect Parts
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
ISO
ISO
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Quality Checks
Quality Checks
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Smaw
Smaw
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Engineering Drawings
Engineering Drawings
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Fcaw
Fcaw
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Welders
Welders
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Manual Labor
Manual Labor
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Blueprint Specifications
Blueprint Specifications
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Combination Squares
Combination Squares
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Car Parts
Car Parts
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Portable Grinders
Portable Grinders
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Production Schedules
Production Schedules
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Engineering Requirements
Engineering Requirements
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Chart Specifications
Chart Specifications
0.2%
0.2%
43
43
Honda
Honda
0.2%
0.2%
44
44
GM
GM
0.2%
0.2%
45
45
Surface Grinders
Surface Grinders
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Hand Files
Hand Files
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Hvac
Hvac
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Material Surfaces
Material Surfaces
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Safety Guidelines
Safety Guidelines
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Band Saws
Band Saws
0.2%
0.2%

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