Top Sheet Metal Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Sheet Metal Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Sheet Metal Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.8% of Sheet Metal Mechanic resumes contained Aircraft Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Sheet Metal Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Sheet Metal Mechanic resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Manufactured tooling for fabricating and forming aircraft parts from untreated materials and heat treat to required specification.
  • Fabricated aircraft parts in Santa Maria Fabrication Facility and repaired aircraft parts.
  • Develop aircraft parts using manufactures blueprints, technical drawings and company travelers.
  • Insure plane and work area are free of any foreign objects which could damage aircraft parts, components, or systems.
  • Performed visual and functional examination of aircraft and aircraft parts for damage to determine which components do not meet standards.
  • Utilized precision measuring equipment, blue prints and electronic work instructions to determine tolerances and placement of aircraft parts.
  • Fabricate aircraft parts such as angle shear tie stringers, repair floor beams, repair frames, bulkhead repair.
  • Well versed in handling repairing and replacement of aircraft parts by using various hand tools and testing devices.
  • Use a brake press to form a variety of aircraft parts using customer Blue Prints or 3D Models.
  • Perform any combination of following tasks to fabricate composite aircraft parts, accessories and trim according to specifications.
  • Fabricated custom aircraft parts, rather than purchasing new parts, which increased efficiency and company profit.
  • Removed, repaired, fabricated, replaced, modified, and installed aircraft parts and structural components.
  • Repaired structural damage and various aircraft parts including frames, wings, entrance doors and interiors.
  • Repair and replace exotic metal aircraft parts to OEM specs, drawings, and sample parts.
  • Perform self-inspection on aircraft parts and assemblies according to FAA regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Procured all tools, fixtures and repair materials required to perform refurbish of B-1 aircraft parts.
  • Disassemble, assemble and repair components and structures, modification, measurement and test aircraft parts.
  • Used EMALL, HAYSTACK and FEDLOG systems for aircraft parts research, availability and ordering.
  • Repaired structural damage to aircraft parts and performed all other duties assigned by management.
  • Constructed and maintained test facilities for aircraft parts and systems according to specifications.

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2. Product Specifications

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Here's how Product Specifications is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Interpreted and detailed blue prints dictating product specifications and dimensional requirements.
  • Read and interpreted sketches and product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating, assembling and installing sheet metal products.
  • Read and interpret blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating.
  • Create metal to metal structural adhesive bonding, preparation of product specifications and compliance programs.
  • Use's nonmetallic material, such as plastic or fiberglass, according to product specifications.
  • Read blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine proper method of installation.

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3. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Job duties included installing and fabrication of HVAC/architectural sheet metal.
  • Performed troubleshooting of commercial and residential HVAC systems.
  • Started apprenticeship training for installation of residential HVAC systems
  • Installed and serviced residential- commercial HVAC equipment.
  • Blueprint reading, HVAC installation and fabrication specialist, welding, and pressing sheet metal to make customer specific duct work.
  • Assembled HVAC, performed layout measurement to install air conditioning equipment, such as duct work for commercial and residential projects.
  • Learned to layout patterns & transfer to sheet metal, learned to bend & break up architectural/HVAC sheet metal & install.
  • Operated scissor lifts and cherry pickers to properly install hanging fixtures in rafters to mount HVAC units and Curbs on roofs.
  • Job duties: Complete and oversee the production, fabrication, and installation of sheet metal products and HVAC equipment.
  • Job duties included installation, service, troubleshooting, and maintenance of commercial, light commercial and residential HVAC equipment.
  • Sheet Metal Worker Blue print reading, layouts, install HVAC components, build HVAC components to commercial safety standards.
  • Fabricate and install various sheet metal components, to include duct work, large HVAC systems, and vats.
  • Design, fabrication, and installation of HVAC systems, architectural sheet metal, and industrial sheet metal work.
  • Installed commercial HVAC systems and duct work according to blueprints for Clover School District in new and existing construction.
  • Designed duct work for new HVAC systems in the newly developed garden wing of the Museum of Modern Art.
  • Cleaned and maintained Commercial and Industrial Dust Collectors, along with various HVAC work ranging from Residential to Industrial.
  • Worked on U.S. Navy SPAWAR Lockheed-Martin Rosecrans facility installing secure HVAC Systems, clean rooms and general T.I.
  • Evaluate Plans and specifications, assemble HVAC duct system, Install duct system, some test and balance.
  • Performed sheet metal work, then went on be a control technician taking care of HVAC controls on campus
  • Plan, fabricate and install duct work for HVAC systems as well as installing other various HVAC accessories.

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4. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Use power tools/ air tools: screw driver, air hammer, bucking bar, power drills, all basic hand tools
  • Specialized in using power tools, hand tools, machines and equipment such as shears, drills, and rivet guns.
  • Assembled lower belly panel on the Learjet 45 using blueprints, hand tools, air tools and lifting and handling devices.
  • Read blueprints, fabricate, weld and install duct, residential and commercial, use power/hand tools forklifts and pallet jacks.
  • Worked with close tolerance dimensions and various types of fasteners using common hand tools, special instruments and powered tools.
  • Follow up by cutting openings to accommodate pipe and / or duct fittings, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Used various aviation hand tools including but not limited to drill motors, rivet guns, squeezes and die grinders.
  • Measure and cut sheet metal and steel using powered hand tools, shears, hydraulic guillotines and stationary band saws.
  • Performed tasks using occupation specific tools such as drills, rivet guns, die grinders, and common hand tools.
  • Assembled aircraft component parts using blueprints, schematics, pneumatic hand tools and precision measuring tools to customer specifications.
  • Assembled center section of an airplane wing using fabricated sheet metal, rivets, screws and various hand tools.
  • Used numerous pneumatic and hand tools such as rivet guns, squeezes, drill motors to accomplish daily tasks.
  • Utilized certain hand tools to bend and build air duct as well as cut metal looking at blue prints.
  • Used hand tools such as, grinders, rivet guns, staple guns, and also used plasma cutters.
  • Used a variety of hand tools in cutting, bending, forming, shaping, fitting, and assembling.
  • Used various types of hand tools and hand-held power tools, along with different types of precision measuring equipment.
  • Performed various sheet metal functions from assembling to fit to inspection using a variety of hand tools and machines.
  • Fabricated different products using various hand tools and shop machinery to achieve specifications of build sheet or order form.
  • Replaced and repaired structural damaged sheet metal on aircraft using pneumatic tools, Various hand tools and fiberfill.
  • Use of hand tools, hanging duct work, building duct work, demo and basic carpentry skills.

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5. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Follow all safety procedures and use appropriate personal protective equipment, checking protective devices to ensure proper operation.
  • Utilize safety procedures by following established safety guidance and by maintaining a clean work environment.
  • Follow proper safety procedures to ensure the safety of myself as well as the crew and apprentices.
  • Keep awareness of surroundings at all times and uphold all safety procedures and guidelines.
  • Applied safety procedures and policies as outline by the department safety handbook.
  • Trained and expert in usage of hazardous materials and proper safety procedures.
  • Practiced safety procedures to ensure the safety of myself workers.
  • Followed safety procedures, lock out - tag out.
  • Train new hires in basic skills and safety procedures.
  • Train new hires on safety procedures.
  • Trained personnel in tire/ wheeI replacement techniques and safety procedures while maintaining publications library.
  • operated equipment while following all safety procedures.
  • Comply with all applicable standards, policies, procedures, including safety procedures and the maintenance of a clean work area.
  • certified and follow all safety procedures.
  • Weld and assemble metal carts Follow all safety procedures and company rules while assembling Maintain orderly and organized work station

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6. Drill Press

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Here's how Drill Press is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Skilled in the use of C-rivet floor squeezer, bench drill press, hand rivet squeezer, and hand drills.
  • Use a metal bender, drill press and assemble parts to complete a frame for completion outside the metal shop.
  • Utilized hands on abilities in benching, setting up drill presses, brakes in successfully meeting commercial quality standards.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including power saws, sanders, grinders, drill press and basic hand tools.
  • Fabricated or repaired parts using such machines as lathes, breaks, shears, drill presses and English wheels.
  • Manufacture machine parts for customers Operate Drill press, Lathe, Forklift, micrometer and other shop equipment.
  • Set up and maintain shop equipment such as brakes, shears, drill presses, and milling machines.
  • Cut, punched and threaded sheet medal using power saws, drill presses, hand and power sheers.
  • Maintained machines in sheet metal, shop lathes, mills, drill press and firefighting equipment.
  • Shear, Mechanical and Automatic Hole punch, Drill Press, Manual, and C.N.C.
  • Metal fabrication shop equipment, grinders, band saws, drill press and milling machines.,
  • Operated a wide variety of equipment including drill press, forklift, welder, etc.
  • Can use drill press, disk sander, brake, power shear and power roller.
  • Set up and operate fabricating machines, such as the shearing machine and drill press.
  • Operated spot welder, steel band saw, laser/turret/brake machine, and drill press.
  • Operated drill press, power /manual shear to cut material to required size.
  • Use machines such as drill press, compression riveters, pneumatic squeeze.
  • Operated press-brakes, rollers, drill press other tasks as assigned.
  • Operated CNC's, lathes, drill presses and polishers
  • Operated lathes, drill presses and milling machines.

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7. Aluminum

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Here's how Aluminum is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed aluminum Building Cladding system using both typical fastening method and concrete fastening methods.
  • Operated sheet metal forming equipment in shop manufacturing shipboard ventilation aluminum and steel.
  • Worked in aluminum department riveting, blade cutting and cold-locking registers together.
  • Manufactured sheet metal and extruded aluminum parts holding .0005 tolerance.
  • Experienced welding heavy-duty armor plate and ballistic aluminum.
  • Installed Aluminum/carbon composite Wall panel systems.
  • Inventory control duties such as, ordering of all aluminum material & other various materials for production of Ultra-Modern Abstract Artwork.
  • Fabricated compound contours, angles and highly distorted extruded aluminum sheet metal parts with final sequence of check and straighten procedures.
  • Checked for proper thickness of steel/ aluminum cut to specifications, stacked, banded, and moved to holding area.
  • Drilled, reamed, and countersunk close tolerance holes to engineering specs in aluminum, titanium, and composite alloys.
  • Identify and select appropriate types of sheet metal, such as galvanized iron, copper, steel or aluminum.
  • Experience in machining various types of metals - Stainless, aluminum, magnesium and cobalt based alloy materials.
  • Exceeded at separating and cleaning different types of metal alloys such as copper, aluminum, and steel.
  • Sheet metal layout, fabrications of parts made from copper sheet, stainless sheet, and aluminum sheet.
  • Cut metal including aluminum and titanium and installed rivets, high locks, lock bolts, and fasteners.
  • Clean and prepare aluminum, copper, brass, and other metals to be prepared for scrapping.
  • Fabricated and assembled mock up parts out of aluminum, wood, fiberglass, and plastic.
  • Developed a thorough understanding of various types of metals including aluminum, stainless and perforated steel.1.
  • Fabricated and assembled aluminum and steel sign signs from blueprint using sheet metal and welding techniques.
  • Shear sheet metal specified (cold rolled, aluminum and stainless) to precise sizes.

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8. Supportive Frameworks

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Here's how Supportive Frameworks is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Install duct assemblies in supportive frameworks, maneuvering completed units into position for installation, and anchoring the units.
  • Install heating and air conditioning ducts in supportive frameworks.
  • Install metal sheets with supportive frameworks.
  • Installed assemblies in supportive frameworks.
  • Installed assemblies such as flashing, pipes, tubes, heating and air conditioning ducts and furnace castings in supportive frameworks.

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9. Stainless Steel

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Here's how Stainless Steel is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Manufactured and repaired aircraft structures using titanium, aluminum and stainless steel metals.
  • Operated any machinery necessary to manufacture quality stainless steel sinks.
  • Manufacture and installation of stainless steel catering counters and equipment.
  • Worked with a variety of metal to accomplish different tasks such as stainless steel, magnesium alloys, and honeycomb materials.
  • Worked with a variety of materials including (but not limited to) stainless steel, aluminum, composites and fabrics.
  • Worked with forming, fitting, and fitting various metals such as galvanize, sheet metal, stainless steel, aluminum.
  • Metal experience with stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, capable of doing process piping and minimum experience in maintenance.
  • Cut sheet metal (aluminum and stainless steel) to specifications needed for water jet, welding, or immediate assembly.
  • Plant work at Kellogg's: installing and repairing of stainless steel pipe for ventilation, exhaust, and vacuum systems.
  • Sheared copper, aluminum, stainless steel, hot and cold rolled sheet metal to +/- .0005 thousandths of one inch.
  • Prepared Installation kits by drilling, riveting, countersinking, sanding, and cutting of aluminum and stainless steel parts.
  • Experienced with sheet metal prep and finish tools for all metals; stainless steel, aluminum, and exotic alloys.
  • Set up and operate 100-ton hydraulic press brake to form complex production unites from various thickness of stainless steel metal.
  • Work with different types of materials such as: aluminum, stainless steel, wood, fiberglass, and plastic.
  • Fabricated items from galvanized steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum, and other types of sheet metal.
  • Designed and fabricated custom sheet metal assemblies using such metals as steel, stainless steel, aluminum and copper.
  • Install and repair heating and air conditioning ducts, roofing, stainless steel appliances, siding and metal partitions.
  • Operate band saws cutting excess metal flash on Zirconium, Titanium, Cobalt Chrome and Stainless Steel metal parts.
  • Install stainless steel walls, roof curbs for A/C, and also install large air conditioners on roofs.
  • Worked with the welder to install a new foundation or new stainless steel pads depending on the job.

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10. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Experience with MIG, TIG, Oxygen/Acetylene, Stick and Brazing methods of welding on both steel and aluminum.
  • Operated MIG/TIG welder, spot welder, punch machine, polisher, sander, sand blaster and welding machine
  • Solder, weld and braze various types of metals using irons, Acetylene torches and MIG welder.
  • Performed fabrication and MIG welding process on mild steel with jigs and fixtures set-up for production.
  • Utilized the MIG and stick welding processes as well as plasma arc and carbon arc cutting.
  • Worked with 18guage to 24guage metal also 3/8 to 1/4angle iron Welded with MIG
  • Welded sheet metal assemblies using stick, MIG, TIG welding techniques.
  • Certified Welder with 3 years of MIG welding experience.
  • Fabricated metal fences using Stick and MIG welders.
  • Experience with MIG welding (structural).
  • Welded all ferrous and nonferrous metals with the use of OXYACE, ARC, MIG, TIG.
  • Used different types of welding styles TIG, MIG, and ARC.
  • Certified to MIG both Shield Arc and Dual Shield.
  • Experienced TIG, MIG, and ARC Welder.
  • Can read drawings, do layout work, fabrication, mig welding, fabricate duct mate connections, and installation.
  • Set up on machines for punching and bending Fabricate prototypes Welding STICK, MIG & TIG Grinding, Sanding and Deburring
  • Weld large and small components for Submarines and Aircraft Carriers using mig, stick, and flux core welding.
  • Repaired metal components used on the Patriot missile system using MIG, STICK, and TIG welding devices.
  • Weld fittings in the shop and field for different commercial jobs using arc and Mig welding equipment.
  • Trained chemical reserve units fundamentals of welding - MIG * Second in command for squad.

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11. Rivet Guns

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Here's how Rivet Guns is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Employed wide variety of hand and power tools including rivet guns, drills, precision measuring instruments and electronic testing devices.
  • Assemble air plane panels using air power tools such as grinders, wire brush, buffers as well cherry rivet guns.
  • Use of most pneumatic tools to include, but not limited to drills, angle motors & rivet guns.8.
  • Utilized rivet guns, die grinders, calipers, drills, bucking bars, and reads and interrupts blueprints.
  • Skilled use of pneumatic tools to include rivet squeezers, rivet guns, drill motors, die grinders.
  • Rivet Guns, Hi-Locks, Replacement of Fasteners Making metal trims and parts for doors lavatories and Galleys.
  • Formed sheet metal parts Tools required drill motors rivet guns, hand forming & metal bending required.
  • Use of rivet guns and bucking bars was also a major part of the job.
  • Use of pneumatic tools, rivet guns, bucking bars, riveting, cutting tools.
  • Utilize power tools such as drills, routers, rivet guns, etc.
  • Installed solid rivets with various tools such as rivet guns and fasteners.
  • Maintain and operate rivet guns, drills, and coping saws.
  • Assembled cockpits for Apache helicopters using hand drills and rivet guns.
  • Use of Pop and Anvil Rivet Guns for rivet assembly.
  • Worked with pneumatic tools such as drills and rivet guns.
  • Skilled with drills, rivet guns, and most air tools and have worked manual presses,master drills and shears.
  • Operated air drills, airrivet guns, air squeeze rivet guns, and 90 degree drills.
  • Experience with all pneumatic tools, rivet guns and drill motors associated with sheet-metal assy.
  • Used rivet guns, solid, cherry max, huck clinch, blind rivets, blind bolts and sealers.
  • rivet guns, pneumatic guns, pneumatic drills, counter sinks, rivet shavers, files, reamers, etc).

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12. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilized machine precision tools to exact tolerances using sophisticated CNC machinery.
  • Fabricate sheet metal parts for various types of electronic controllers -Operate CNC NISSHINBO TURRET PUNCH PRESS WITH FABRIWIN CAD program -Blueprint reading
  • Fabricate sheet metal to customers' specifications, ran CNC plasma machine, welding, all aspects of sheet metal fabrication
  • Experienced with Horizontal and Vertical HAAS CNC/Lathe machines in addition to performing laser cutting, spot-welding, and hardware installation.
  • Operated CNC machines and other sheet metal equipment including; break presses, panel saws, and punch presses.
  • Operated 10ft hydraulic shear, CNC brakes, urethane rollers, hydraulic rollers, and 300-ton press.
  • Operated CNC plasma laser cutter, break press, saw, sheer, all critical dimensions.
  • Operated a CNC Plasma Cutting Machine, which uses high tech computer technology for steel cutting.
  • Developed layouts and operated: shears, CNC punch presses and mechanical and hydraulic brakes.
  • Formed sheet metal to customers wants and needs, worked with CNC plasma cutting table.
  • Manufactured parts using the Fryer CNC for various parts of the SPQ-9 radar system.
  • Programmed CNC machines in a safe and efficient manner to ensure maximum production potential.
  • Operated CNC plasma laser cutter, held critical dimensions using a break press.
  • Programmed and operated manual and CNC brake to bend and straighten sheet metal.
  • Instructed trainees in the CNC: Turning and Milling Machines.
  • Worked with CNC press break using various different dies.
  • Used a CNC controller to input information into machine.
  • Set up and operate CNC and NC machinery.
  • Assisted on the laser cutter and CNC machines.
  • Deliver them to the CNC machine operator.

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13. Structural Repairs

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Here's how Structural Repairs is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilized precision tools to perform structural repairs and modifications to exacting standards in accordance with provided technical data.
  • Utilized engineering drawings and technical specifications to plan, prepare and perform structural repairs and modifications.
  • Performed structural repairs in accordance to Structural Repair Manuals.
  • Performed structural repairs and modifications by manufacturing and installing new parts, and reinforcing, patching, and replacing defective parts.
  • Performed structural repairs, replacement, and splicing of stringers, Frame repairs and splicing, web repair or replacement.
  • Worked on the DC-9 Northwest Project performing C and D checks, incorporating various structural repairs utilizing structural repair manuals.
  • Reset & mods, structural repairs, fabrication & installation of structural parts on Boeing CH-47 and Sikorsky UH-60 helicopters.
  • Performed light sheet metal to heavy structural repairs on DC-8, 727, & DC-10 type aircraft.
  • Trained employees to remove and replace fuel, patch bladders, components, and structural repairs.
  • Use Common Measuring tools, precision measuring gauges and alignment fixtures to perform aircraft structural repairs.
  • Perform a wide range of structural repairs and modification work to honeycomb and composite structures.
  • Performed major modifications, structural repairs and fabrication on H-60 helicopters, components and assemblies.
  • Preformed inspections, Structural repairs and Mods to Bombardier CRJ 200's and 700's.
  • Performed in-depth structural repairs for aircraft damaged in crashes, fires, and mid-air collisions.
  • Assigned to perform major and minor structural repairs required during overnight maintenance in ATL.
  • Performed major and minor structural repairs, modifications, and corrosion treatments on aircraft.
  • Performed structural repairs and modifications to aircraft fuel cells, flight controls and structures.
  • Performed structural repairs to UH-60 in accordance with DMWR and the TM's.
  • Perform aircraft structural repairs, rework, and modification on the G-650 wing.
  • Performed structural repairs on B757, B767, B737 including general maintenance and fabrication

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14. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Managed job sites and notified supervisors of any additional equipment needed to complete the installation.
  • Perform cabinetry modifications and installations on job site for customers.
  • Cut, bent, and welded bars at the job site by using metal shears, torches, or welding equipment.
  • Produced, collected, and delivered components of air duct systems for up to 6 major job sites.
  • Beat (assemble) and hang all duct work together for any job site I'm assigned to.
  • Weld frames and do any metal working that needs doing, go to job sites and help install parts
  • Transported finished duct work to job site and installed sheet metal trunk line in accordance with blueprint specifications.
  • Blueprint reading, power tools and following safety precautions at a job site are among other work duties.
  • Supervised crews on all job sites ensuring OSHA regulations were met and quality work was being done.
  • Fire watch, high altitude work, and safety management of assigned job site and work station.
  • Drive company trucks and vans to pick up material and supplies to and from job sites.
  • Assist Journeymen in installation of HVAC systems * Job site and fab shop clean up
  • Assure the quality of the welds before shipping completed pieces to the job site.
  • Mobilized the job site to ensure equipment and materials are ready for crew arrival.
  • Operated fork-lifts and off terrain fork-lifts to stage equipment for each job site.
  • Operated forklift to load and unload material and machinery needed for job sites.
  • Staged the job site accordingly to have material and equipment ready for installation.
  • Worked with other trades on job sites to ensure that all construction was done
  • Formed and assembled sheet metal air conditioning duct for use on job sites.
  • Organize around the shop and delivered pieces of duct work to job sites.

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15. TIG

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Here's how TIG is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Received complaints and makes appropriate preliminary investigations.
  • Used claps on all the edges to hold down tight onto the outer layer of the special sheet material.
  • Work on top of, under, and in tight compartments of vehicles in cramped or awkward positions.
  • Utilize Cold Expansion of holes using Standard Split Sleeve System to enhance the fatigue life of hole quality.
  • Installed systems such as heating units, non and water tight ventilation duct, and metal furniture.
  • Balanced aircraft control surfaces and ensure repairs are pressure, fluid, and weather tight.
  • Use precision tools to ensure a water-tight roof while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing finished product.
  • Install shingles, asphalt, metal, or other materials to make the roof watertight.
  • Saved the Company over 20 thousand dollars on man hours for watertight duct ventilation.
  • Investigated accidents/incidents to find cause and find a new procedure to prevent future occurrences.
  • Demonstrated outstanding ability to work effectively in teams and under tight time frames.
  • Collaborated with a creative design team to complete projects on tight deadlines.
  • Worked overtime, including evenings and weekends, to meet tight deadlines.
  • Use caulks and sealants for air and water tight vent work.
  • Drill close tolerance holes Shoot and buck rivets Squeeze rivets Tighten collars
  • Inspected tanks, pipes and joints for tightness and support.
  • Repair crash, battle, mishap and fatigue damage.
  • Machine steel keeping tight tolerances, maintain machine.
  • Certified to TIG both for Carbon and Stainless Steel in 2G, 3G, 4G, and 6G.
  • Sealed and cleaned 737 model fuselage to ensure airtight integrity for interior installation and product delivery.

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16. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked on projects independently with personal responsibility for compliance of all OSHA and other safety requirements.
  • Adhered to OSHA regulations regarding personal protective equipment for hazardous materials.
  • Participated in OSHA safety classes in areas such as safety harness, ear protection, and proper use of respirators.
  • Maintain proper safety regulations as approved by OSHA, as well as supporting co-workers in compliance with said regulations.
  • Conduct customer seminars and training sessions, facilitating OSHA, ISO, and EPA regulations and standards for NC.
  • Execute precision construction assignments based on detailed technical documents and procedures, while adhering to OSHA safety standards.
  • Complied with company as well as OSHA rules and regulations to safely provide optimal product and professional results.
  • Well versed in Railroad terminology, work practices and Railroad safety Standards as well as OSHA practices.
  • Followed all safety policies and procedures required by OSHA to provide a safe working environment.
  • Trained Management, Supervisory and field personnel in accordance with OSHA construction industry standards.
  • Worked in field to install duct work lull and fork lift operator OSHA 10hr.
  • Worked on a construction site and had to follow strict OSHA safety code.
  • Use of hand held and power tools, follow all OSHA safety guidelines.
  • Adhered to OSHA regulations by inspection and documenting safety harnesses and PPE.
  • Have before been OSHA certified and understand safety in a work environment.
  • Maintain a safe working environment using OSHA 10, 30 Certifications.
  • Used safety specifications to operate safe work habits under OSHA guidelines.
  • Performed all maintenance activities as per OSHA and company safety requirements.
  • Adhered to OSHA safety standards while maintaining productivity in the workplace.
  • Work to achieve OSHA's STAR Status for the facility.

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17. Reference Lines

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Here's how Reference Lines is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Locate established reference lines or points and perform sheet metal assembly work without aid of jigs, fixtures, or other tooling
  • Lay out, measure, and mark dimensions and reference lines on material sheet metal skins and other aircraft components.
  • Locate and mark dimension and reference lines on defective or replacement parts, using templates, scribes, and compass.
  • Lay out, measure, and mark dimensions and reference lines on material according to drawings or templates.
  • Reference lines on material such as roofing panels according to drawings or templates.
  • Located and marked dimension and reference lines on defective part of structure.
  • Measure & mark dimensions/reference lines on metal sheets.
  • Mark's dimensions and reference lines on material using scribers, dividers, squares and rulers.
  • Layed out, measured, marked dimensions, and reference lines on material.

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18. Verbal Instructions

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Here's how Verbal Instructions is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Determine project requirements, such as required methods or materials, using blueprints, drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
  • Determine project requirements include scope assembly sequences and require methods and materials according to blueprints, drawings or verbal instructions.
  • Studied required blueprints and drawings to determine specific locations for duct work, according to written or verbal instructions.
  • Interpreted plans and specs, shop drawings, written and verbal instructions to set up and complete jobs.
  • Determined project requirements, assembly sequences, and materials using blueprints, drawings, or written/verbal instructions.
  • Worked from engineering drawings, blueprints, quality procedures, work sheets military specifications and verbal instructions.
  • Fabricated and assembled structural metal products, according to job order, verbal instructions and blueprints.
  • Lay out of sheet metal parts using blueprints, drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
  • Worked from sketches, prints and verbal instructions, coordinated with other technicians and designers.
  • Read blueprints to ensure build and modification completion, follow both written and verbal instructions.
  • Follow blueprints, drawings, or written or verbal instructions to complete installations.
  • Repaired/fabricated sheet metal parts/assemblies per blueprints, shop drawings or verbal instructions.
  • Work from blueprints, engineering sketches, manufacturing specifications and verbal instructions.
  • Fabricate parts from verbal instructions and sketches, and also field installations.
  • Read and interpreted blueprints, written instructions, verbal instructions and specs.
  • Followed layouts, blueprints, and verbal instructions.
  • Produced metal signage based on blueprint and/or verbal instructions Drilled and punched holes in metal for screws, bolts, and rivets
  • Repaired, Modified, and Refurbished various military shelter Interpreted mechanical drawings, written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Apprentice Determine project requirements, according to blueprints, drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
  • Determined project requirements according to blueprints,drawings,and written or verbal instructions.

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19. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Transported prefabricated parts to construction sites for assemble and installation.
  • Fabricated or altered parts at construction sites using snips, hammers, power saw, drills and other sheet metal tools.
  • Fabricate or field fit custom parts at construction sites, using shears, hammers, punches, or drills.
  • Experienced in the operations of all varieties of lifts on construction sites and forklifts in the shop.
  • Work as field mechanic/welder on a variety of construction sites, residential as well as industrial.
  • Worked construction sites installing heating and air duct lines for commercial and residential buildings.
  • Help with any other task needed on job construction sites.
  • Operated various heavy machinery on construction sites i.e.
  • Installed sheet metal ducting in commercial construction sites.
  • Managed several new home construction sites.
  • Transport prefabricated parts to construction sites for assembly and installation.Set up scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs.
  • Monitored inventory and reported items to be restocked for each job Fabricated parts at construction sites.
  • Fabricated and installed metal constructions Maintained machines and plants Assisted on construction sites

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20. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain cleanliness of building by emptying trash, sweeping, moving heavy equipment, and disinfecting equipment.
  • Operate and maintain heavy equipment as needed in the processing and handling of recycle metal.
  • Learned how to use heavy equipment, such as a front end loader.
  • Operated blanker and shears machinery that cut parts to produce heavy equipment.
  • Sheet metal roofing, flashing trim, iron work, heavy equipment operation
  • Operate forklift, backhoe, genie lift, and other heavy equipment.
  • Performed duties of Basic Metal Worker on heavy equipment machinery.
  • Work with contractors and sub-contractors for heavy equipment repair.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as lifts and saws.
  • Operated heavy equipment to move building materials.
  • Operated heavy equipment and stake-bed trucks.
  • Unload heavy equipment from trailers.
  • Experience with use of heavy equipment such as bobcat, high reach equipment Forklifts, Highisters and Cherry picker.
  • Experienced heavy equipment operator on back hoe, bull dozer and track hoe.
  • Operate metal sheer and break Operate heavy equipment such as forklift and backhoe Install metal panels and gutters Lay PTO flat roof
  • Operate heavy equipment Scissor lift Fork lift Articulating boom lift Straight boom lift Variable reach fork lift

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21. Depot

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Here's how Depot is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed organizational, intermediate and depot level maintenance and heavy structural repair of aircraft.
  • Performed depot level overhaul repairs and modifications on SH-60 Navy Helicopters.
  • Performed depot level maintenance IAW maintenance instruction manuals.
  • Performed Intermediate and Depot level maintenance.
  • Performed major overhaul and depot maintenance on various military aircraft, including F-14's, KC-10's and the Joint-Stars Program.
  • Perform journeyman Depot-level sheet metal and composite maintenance on MV-22B Osprey aircraft, including fabrication, shaping, and repair.
  • Repair of Nacelle intakes, maneuvering surfaces and floor boards for the U.S. Navy, Shipyard and Air Depot Bases.
  • Worked with various teams doing studies on the time it takes to do various processes at the Depot level.
  • Cross trained to aircraft mechanic accomplishing depot level repair of Air Force cargo, fighter and bomber aircraft.
  • Reset and depot level repairs as needed on monthly bases along with fiberglass and composite repairs and modification.
  • Major over-haul and depot maintenance on various military aircraft including F-14s, KC135s and the Joint Stars Program.
  • Assigned to work on US Army Depot Level Maintenance under Theater Aviation Maintenance Program (TAMP).
  • Repair and modified aircraft structural of CH-47, UH-60 and CH-58 helicopters for the Army Aviation Depot.
  • Worked with civil service in a Depot level repair facility for the MHS60 Sea Hawk.
  • Experienced in total overhauling at a depot level maintenance level on the HH60 helicopter.
  • Performed DEPOT level maintenance and overhaul of the S-3 Viking aircraft Program.
  • Performed depot level maintenance on F-15 C, D and E aircraft.
  • Completed overhaul and depot level structural maintenance and repair on H-60 helicopters.
  • Performed DEPOT level over haul and maintenance of the P-3 Orion.
  • Performed DEPOT level maintenance and over haul of the A-6 Intruder.

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22. VAV

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Here's how VAV is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised and trained apprentices, stainless installation, vent hoods, VAV boxes, phoenix fans, install Plexiglas, and demolition
  • Set roof curbs and equipment, supervised the installation of VAV boxes, flex duct and grills.
  • Assisted in setting rooftop units, hung VAV boxes from the prints using the proper scale.
  • Installed seismic bracing on fan power units, metal duct, and VAV boxes.
  • Set roof curves and equipment, installed VAV boxes, flex duct and grills.
  • Install fire damper, smoke detectors & VAV systems for commercial building.
  • Installed VAV boxes, fans and other related equipment.
  • Hang medium and high pressure VAV boxes.
  • Assemble Duct, Measure, Fabricate, and Seal Duct System, Hang Dampers, VAV's, Registers, etc
  • Hang VAV boxes, insulate duct set grilles.
  • Install exhaust fan and VAV boxes.
  • Spiral DuctRectangular DuctVAV BoxesUnit Tie-insS Lock and DrivesLift 50 pounds plusDuct JackFlex ConnectionBlue Print ReadingPallet Jack
  • Set up building environmental conditions, including adjusting thermostats, VAV boxes, room diffusers, new duct and equipment.
  • Install ductwork, air distribution units, & VAV's * Soldered & brazed pipe, welded grease duct
  • Coordinate Sheet Metal Installation With Other Trades Measure Duct Work On Equipment And VAV Box Tie-Ins.
  • Installed duct work, hangers, vav's, flex, trimmed, layout, clean
  • Set chillers, boiler's and vav's.
  • Hang VAV's , install and set hangs.
  • Worked many jobs at Clarksville Medical Center.High pressure spiral pipe, duct mate, VAV boxes, spotted penetration for duct.
  • Install Ductwork, VAVs, and Fan Coil UnitsMaintain safe work environment

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23. Project Requirements

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Here's how Project Requirements is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Determine project requirements, devise and implement procedures and analyze technically complex subject matter.
  • Communicated with stakeholders about project requirements, scheduling, and safety issues.
  • Executed daily operations which included reading blueprints and determining project requirements.
  • Determine project requirements by reading and interpreting Schematic Blueprint Drawings.
  • Determined project requirements, including scope and assembly sequences.
  • Determine project requirements including scope, assembly sequence, and required method / materials according to technical work orders and blueprints.
  • Determine project requirements, such as scope, assembly sequences, or required methods or materials.
  • Metal Worker skilled in determining project requirements, including scope and assembly sequences.
  • Decided on project requirements including scope, assembly sequences and required methods.
  • Determine project requirements, assembly sequences, and required methods.
  • Analyzed project requirements on sheet metal work.
  • Assisted with the removal of rivets, Hi-loks, Jo-bolts and other specific project requirements.

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24. Furnace Casings

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Here's how Furnace Casings is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Fabricated and installed sheet metal products such as control boxes, pipes, furnace casings, flashing, ducts and tubes.
  • Installed assemblies, such as flashing, pipe tubes, heating and air conditioning ducts, and furnace casings.
  • Install drainpipes, and furnace casings for commercial use.
  • Performed shut down work for Bethlehem Steel Changed galvanized covers on furnace casings
  • Installed assemblies such as flashing pipes, tubes, furnace casings, rain gutters and down spouts in supportive frameworks.
  • Installed various assemblies of the sheet metal such as heat and air conditioning ducts, pipes and furnace casings.

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25. FAA

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Here's how FAA is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked to restore aircraft to optimal performance capacity by ensuring that necessary devices were repaired and installed according to FAA guidelines.
  • Work closely with engineering to assure prototype products properly documented to meet FAA and customer requirements.
  • Provide Quality work and accurate documentation to customer and FAA requirements.
  • Performed modifications/maintenance in compliance with FAA quality control regulations.
  • Maintained safety protocols according to FAA regulations.
  • Assessed damage to aircraft and determined the proper repair per the SRM, engineering drawings, and FAA regulations.
  • Have repairs inspected by FAA, log repairs per FAA standards, seal aircraft, and fuel pressure test.
  • Performed line maintenance, heavy maintenance and sheet metal repair according to engineering orders and FAA advisory directives.
  • Coordinated inspection of all work in progress through completion with inspector to assure satisfaction of FAA standards.
  • Required reading and understanding of Blue Prints and use of the SRM manuals required by FAA.
  • Work closely with USAF, GAF, Northrop Grumman, FAA and FedEx engineering.
  • Install parts per engineering drawings in accordance with FAA regulations & Engineering design specifications.
  • Documented repairs as either minor or major and annotated on appropriate FAA documents.
  • Sheet Metal Mechanic performing FAA Class C inspection and associated sheet metal repairs.
  • Performed job tasks within estimated time and FAA, customer standards of quality.
  • Maintained safety regulations monitored by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
  • Mix sealer and various chemical compounds to specific measurements per FAA regulation.
  • Work subject to FAA inspection approval and done per SRM per blueprint.
  • Completed high quality work safely and on schedule while upholding FAA standards.
  • Performed Precision Cargo door mod on B757 per FAA Authorized Blue Prints

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26. Shop Drawings

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Here's how Shop Drawings is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Have the knowledge to convert blueprints into shop drawings to be followed in the construction or assembly of sheet metal products.
  • Interpreted and converted blueprints and customer specifications into shop drawings; laid out and measured raw material for cutting.
  • Read, properly interpret and apply technical instructions and specifications, blueprints, sketches and shop drawings.
  • Convert Blueprints into shop drawings to be used in construction and assembly of sheet metal products.
  • Converted blueprints into shop drawings to be followed in the construction and assembly of Aviation equipment.
  • Used work orders and shop drawings to cut aluminum and hard metal alloys to customer specifications.
  • Convert blueprints into shop drawings for the construction & assembly of metal duct work.
  • Convert blueprints into shop drawings while maintaining required building codes and specifications.
  • Generated field and shop drawings, shippers and BOM's.
  • Convert blueprints or shop drawings to be used in construction.
  • Evaluated shop drawings for project specifications as per industry.
  • Read blueprints, shop drawings and performed lay-out operations.
  • Interpret blue prints and produce shop drawings.
  • Interpreted / reads shop drawings and blueprints.
  • Convert blue prints into shop drawings.
  • Interpreted field and shop drawings.
  • Converted blueprints into shop drawings.
  • Inspected assemblies and installations to ensure conformance with design codes.Converted blueprints into shop drawings for various sheet metal projects.
  • Converted blueprints into shop drawings to be followed in the construction/assembly of sheetmetal products.
  • Produced parts using an Amada brake Read blueprints/shop drawings to determine the sequence of hits.

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27. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised 35 union personnel) Worked in compliance with assembly drawings, process specifications, Lean Manufacturing, ISO and SPC.

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28. C-130

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Here's how C-130 is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Facilitated system modifications antennas, gun/radar mounts and reinforcements for C-130s.
  • Performed maintenance on C-130 including heavy structure replacement.
  • Inspected and assembled aircraft flight surfaces and numerous other aircraft components; C-130's and C-17's.130's and C-17's.
  • Manage maintenance aspects for a large-scale Coast Guard fleet of C-130s, ensuring readiness for operation and flight.
  • Performed modifications on C-130 aircraft (LAIRCM program)Assembled and modified UH-1Y HelicoptersBuilt and modified four AC130 gunships
  • Read drawings and routers to assemble and install aircraft structural parts per specification on the C-130Horizontal stabilizer.
  • Sheet Metal Various repairs on C-130 fuselage and the wings some mods on wing tanks stringer and.
  • Phase maintenance, repair and rework of the Israeli air force C-130 and USAF KC-10 aircraft.
  • Constructed a C-130 leading edge repair by fabricating/installing flush repair parts and applying aerodynamic smoothing compounds.
  • Lead Sheet-Metal Mechanic for install of Large Aircraft Infrared Counter Measure system on C-130 aircraft.
  • Performed general repairs per Technical Order Repair Manuals (C-5, C-130, F-15).
  • Worked with contract field 2 team installing chaff and flare systems on Air Force C-130s.
  • Trained on C-130 and C- 40 and F-18 fighter for sheet metal and advanced composites.
  • Performed sheet metal maintenance and repairs on P-3 Orion, C-130 and KC-10 aircraft.
  • Performed C-130, UH-1, assembly in accordance with blueprints and technical data
  • Performed structural repair of highly technical components for F-16 and C-130 airplanes.
  • Eliminated oil canning on 6, C-130 inboard and outboard flaps.
  • Fabricate and assemble components to blueprint specs for AC-130U gun ships.
  • Performed PDM/Heavy Maintenance C-130 involving all areas of the structure.
  • Accomplished sheet metal repairs and modifications on C-130 aircraft.

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29. Assembly Sequences

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Here's how Assembly Sequences is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Decided on project requirements including assembly sequences and required methods.
  • Determined project requirements assembly sequences and scope.
  • Decided on project requirements including scope, assembly sequences and required methods.

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30. Duct Board

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Here's how Duct Board is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Experienced with acoustical line duct work, outside wrap, duct board, high pressure duct work, K-27 duct work.
  • Have also insulated with roll insulation, duct board, and applied CP-11.
  • Hanged a/c duct (IE: duct board, metal duct, spiral and double wall spiral, round pipe).
  • Assisted in the installation of ductwork (sheet metal and fiberglass duct board) for Commercial application.
  • Make duct from either sheet metal,Duct board or Spiral Duct.
  • Sheet metal mechanic,equipment installation and duct board work
  • build duct using duct board and sheet metal.
  • Sheet metal & duct board Commercial jobs Restaurant hoods Spiral duct Laid out & set curbsReason for leaving: Lack of work

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31. SRM

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Here's how SRM is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed structural repairs as required IAW the manufacturers SRM or engineering requirements.
  • Submitted engineering requests determining correct SRM repair, disposition NRC
  • Sheet metal and interior repairs, fabrication and installation of repair parts in accordance with SRM and maintenance manual requirements.
  • Complete installation of new primary and Secondary structure by use of SRM's, MM's and manufactures technical data.
  • Make them serviceable, IAW SRM according to manuals and or EO's handed by the department foreman.
  • Seat track/composite repairs, blue print reading, lay-outs, fabricated parts, and worked to SRM specifications.
  • Reference repair manuals: Structural Repair Manual (SRM), Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM).
  • Remove and replace skin IAW SRM with solid rivet, hi-bolt, cherry max rivets, etc.
  • Perform sheet metal repairs and composites repair when applicable, in IAW BSRM.
  • Utilize Blue Prints, Publications-SRM's, LES's and other Certified Documents.
  • Read and interpreted the structural repair manual (SRM).
  • Fabricated and installed repair parts as required per SRM.
  • Complied with Engineering Drawings and SRM's standards.
  • Performed maintenance and repairs per SRM.
  • Metal fabrication, per SRM.
  • Experience in Reading STP's, SRM repairs.
  • Experience using SRM, AMM, and Blueprint.
  • Complete Repairs in a timely manner, highly knowledgeable with the SRM, AMM & IPC.
  • Fabricate parts and install doublers using the appropriate Blue prints, SRMS and Engineering Drawings.
  • Used of MM.IPC, SRM.Special training: safety, Scaffolding and work stand operation.

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32. Cessna

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Here's how Cessna is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Assisted with all mods and repairs of all Cessna prototypes including but not limit to fuel leaks.
  • Sheet Metal: Work on structural wing modification for Cessna 421 according to plans and specifications.
  • Completed Cessna's three week training course and passed testing on blueprints and sheet metal assembly.
  • Sheet metal assembler on the Cessna 550 and 560 aircraft, nose and tail sections.
  • Sheet metal assembler; successful completion of Cessna sheet metal and blueprint schooling.
  • Completed Cessna 40 hour blueprint reading and 80 hour sheet metal courses.
  • Worked as a wing assembly mechanic on the Cessna Citation Excel aircraft.
  • Installed new A/C systems for Cessna 182 and 206 models.
  • Reclaim, restore, and rebuild Cessna 210 Caravan aircraft.
  • Blue print certified and sealer certified through Cessna Aircraft training.
  • Complete build up of actuators for various Cessna models.
  • Major repairs on Super King Air and Cessna Citation.
  • Worked on the 208 Caravan and Cessna Citation
  • Installed engines on 172 model Cessna planes.
  • Assemble and Repair Cessna Mustang Wings.
  • Overhaul many general and corporate aircraft to include King Air, Mooney, Bonanza, various Beech aircrafts and Cessna.
  • Sheet Metal and composite repair for both corporate and private aircraft including Cessna, Learjet, Hawker, and Beechcraft.
  • Perform assembly operations on Cessna Caravan and Citation Encore/Bravo Cutting, filing, drilling, countersinking, etc.
  • Worked along side a small group of mechanics to maintain and build aircraft to specifications provided by Cessna.
  • Inspected and installed stringers, fittings and airframes on the Cessna Sovereign after cabins and tail cones.

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33. Punch Holes

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Here's how Punch Holes is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Drill and punch holes in metal, for screws, bolts, and rivets.
  • Followed by making correct and precise measurements to drill/punch holes in sheet metals for screws, bolts, and rivets.
  • Drill and punch holes in metal, for screws, bolts, and rivets.
  • Drill and punch holes in metal, for screws, bolts, and rivets.
  • Drill and punch holes in metal, for screws, bolts, and rivets.
  • Drill and punch holes in metal, for screws, bolts and rivets.

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34. Setup

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Here's how Setup is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Clean table, setup table with appropriate torch, gas and material and burn parts on DNC Plasma table.
  • Paint transport trailers for individual customers and company sales with a spray machine in a paint booth setup.
  • Press Brake Setup & Operation, CNC Turret Setup & Operation, Shear Setup & Operation,
  • Sheet Metal Fabricator Setup and operate CNC Brake Presses, Shear, Punch Press, Roller.
  • Determine setup procedures and select machine dies and parts according to specifications.
  • Prepared and ran bend setups and forming operations for mining machinery parts.
  • Programmed, setup and operated various CNC brakes and forming machines.
  • Operated and setup dies for various punch press machines.
  • Pull setup packages and review blueprints.
  • Assist in manufacturing line setup.
  • Evaluate experimental procedures and recommends changes or modifications for efficiency and adaptability to setup and production.
  • Perform Manual Setups for shearing, rolling, and bending Knowledge in reading manufacturing sketches and following instructions on shop travelers.
  • Program, setup and operate CNC Equipment to produce spiral ductwork.
  • Train junior operators to setup and operate hydraulic Punch Presses.
  • Machine operator Tear down/setup General assembly
  • trouble shoot problems in all HVAC and EXHAUST SYSTEMS and resolve them.Formulate procedures to successfully setup and run these new systems.
  • Lift Steel * Shear setup * Cut Steel
  • Brake Operator Spot Welding and Setup Shear Machine Operator Hi-Lo Driver Set up and operated fabricating machines.
  • Open and setup work area and linesMake adds and setup jobsStart paperworkRun jobsFinish paperworkClose area and line

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35. Shear Operator

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Here's how Shear Operator is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Shear operator and forklift operator.
  • Shear operator sheared to orders to sizes and packed into boxes that need to be shipped to various places.
  • Shear Operator - Cutting sheets of steel and other metals to the correct dimensions.
  • Shear Operator, Forklift Operator, Punch Press & Forming Machine Operator.
  • Promoted to Shear Operator which is still my current position.
  • Shear operator, material handler, press brake helper.
  • Unloaded and loaded materials utilizing a small shear operator.
  • Shear Operator, Material Handler, and Pallet Builder.
  • Shear operator, types of metals.
  • Shear Operator, in training.
  • Shear Operator: Cut Metals (C.R.S., S.S., & Various other Metals - Pipes, Etc.)
  • Shear Operator: on 12,16 and 20ft.
  • Metal Fabricator I read blueprints and templates so I could cut metal as a manual shear operator to the correct specifications.
  • Shear Operator Gathering work orders and cutting them accurately prior to sending to die cutting or screening department for finishing.
  • Shear Operator: measure and cut sheets of metal to specified sizesManagement and Sales Experience:
  • Run the shear when primary shear operator isnt here and handle the material
  • Shear operator, Warehouse worker, forklift, bobcat operator, .
  • Brake and Shear Operator-2 years Forklift Operator - 2 years
  • Break and Shear Operator Assisted in other departments when needed
  • Shear Operator Set up and run press brake

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36. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Aided in installation of new construction both residential and commercially.
  • Fabricated, laid out and installed sheet metal on new constructions as well as rehab and remodeling projects for Chicago-area contractors.
  • Install standing seam metal roofing, fascia, gutter, coping, flashing and drip edge on new construction and remodeling.
  • Read blueprints to complete layouts and installation of duct work on new construction as well as existing residential and commercial buildings.
  • Provide excellent in making deadlines to contractors, by installing duct work, and outside sheet metal to new construction jobs.
  • Coordinated sectioning, staging and rigging of air-duct systems and related equipment on several new construction projects.
  • Supervised various people in the installation and service of HVAC systems on new construction job sites.
  • Installed HVAC systems in residential and commercial buildings, including remodels and new constructions.
  • Installed Architectural Metal and metal roof on new construction of Whole Foods Inc. building.
  • Worked New Construction aboard the Nuclear Aircraft Carrier USS Gerald Ford CNV-78.
  • Completed tear down of existing structures and prepared for new construction.
  • Provide service, retrofit and new construction for commercial structures.
  • Install HVAC equipment and sheet metal in new construction homes.
  • Installed air ducts in commercial buildings to include new construction.
  • Managed many jobs consisting of new construction and commercial work.
  • Worked as a welder on new construction of naval vessels.
  • Experience on new construction as well as overhaul construction.
  • Developed plans and specification for sheet metal new construction.
  • Work on New Construction and on renovation Projects.
  • Work was mainly on production new construction homes.

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37. Air Handlers

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Here's how Air Handlers is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Managed & determined timing of maintenance needs for air handlers: changing belts, 3-phase motors and filters.
  • Sheet Metal Commercial Heating & Air Conditioning Shop Fabrication High Tonnage Equipment - 2 and 3-Phase Air Handlers
  • Worked with installation of air handlers for commercial and residential as well as installing the duct work.
  • Worked independently to install duct work, furnaces, condensers, air handlers, etc.
  • Positioned heating and air conditioning ducts and air handlers, and fabricated sheet metal.
  • Install and set up air handlers, VAV boxes, and air distribution.
  • Install assemblies, including heating and air conditioning ducts and air handlers.
  • Installed duct and fittings and air handlers, and condensing units.
  • Set units- commercial sized units and air handlers.
  • Air Handlers, Exhaust Units.
  • Replaced ductwork, chilled water piping and all air handlers in the River place Tower, a 30 story office building.
  • Installed many HVAC Air Handlers, ran many duct lines (both galvanized and fiberglass).
  • Perform preventative maintenances on all chill water air handlers.
  • Hang all kinds of duct, run flex set air handlers, vav boxes and connect duct.
  • Make all duct connections to air handlers using isolation flex connectors, Insulate duct outside with duct wrap or ductboard.
  • install furnaces and air handlers in attics, basements,and crawlspaces.
  • Sheet metal Commercial jobs Laid out & set curbs Air handlersReason for leaving: Moved to North Florida
  • Installed RTUs,MAUs,EFs, Air Handlers.
  • Install grilles, louvers,vav's,fire/smoke dampers,tstats,vtacs,split systems,air handlers

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38. Structural Components

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Here's how Structural Components is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed extensive depot level modification, repair, and replacement of structural components.
  • Performed operational checks of aircraft structural components with or without production aids.
  • Utilized mechanical and hand blending techniques of major aircraft structural components.
  • Manufactured structural components with or without blueprints.
  • Repaired and replaced aircraft structural components.
  • Sheet Metal Layout - Flat pattern layout of sheet metal structural components and complete fabrication, using sheet metal forming equipment.
  • Managed the removal and repair of major structural components and oversaw complex blade, hydraulic line, and firewall repair projects.
  • Repaired and manufactured structural components and parts of aircraft using composite materials such as fiberglass, Kevlar, and carbon fiber.
  • Assisted mechanics with disassemble of aircraft sheet metal/structural components, (specifically engine nacelle side structures and tail rudders).
  • Worked on structural assemblies and other structural components for nose, front / aft cabin, wings, and tail-cone.
  • Stand in Lead for group when Supervisor unavailable Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and assemble aircraft structural components.
  • Trained employees on the process of manufacturing sheet metal and structural components in accordance with applicable maintenance instruction manuals.
  • Perform maintenance work to include dismantling, repairing, fabricating, assembling, and erecting all structural components.
  • Repaired aircraft structures and structural components during RESET and DEPOT maintenance on U.S. Army OH-58 aircraft.
  • Repaired and replaced structural components on naval aircraft Duties listed under professional and core work experience.
  • JOB DESCRIPTION: Removes, inspects, modifies, fabricates, and installs aircraft structural components.
  • Assess damage to aircraft structural components, metal, composites, advanced composites and coatings.
  • Fabricate, repair, and replace aircraft structural components, for reset and phase maintenance.
  • Assembled and installed structural components and accessories, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Created and established a Sheet metal repair section that currently repairs B-1 structural components.

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39. Corrosion Control

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Here's how Corrosion Control is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Corrected many discrepancy reports and engineering authority work documents, extensive corrosion control, and did many repairs.
  • Identify, coordinate, direct, and conduct maintenance and condition inspections of Corrosion Control, A.G.E.
  • Completed removal of corrosion and treatment to prevent corrosion on the P-3 wing corrosion control
  • Coordinate, and direct subordinates in annual Vehicle Corrosion Control paint Program.
  • Performed corrosion control and organic coating procedures on aircraft and parts.
  • Performed corrosion control, flight cable adjustments, and prop angle checks
  • Perform corrosion control on structural sheet metal components of assemblies.
  • Inspected metal surfaces for corrosion and applied corrosion control treatments.
  • Performed inspections, and corrosion control procedures.
  • Completed 4-hour class on corrosion control.
  • Installed Interiors, floorboards, longerons; re-skinned and skinned aircraft bellies; performed corrosion control repairs on KC-135 and C-17.
  • overhaul and repair of C130 Aircraft, including Corrosion control and prevention IAW Air Force Tech Manuals.
  • Trained in corrosion control, hazmat, all forms of safety regulations that comply with OSHA.
  • Perform corrosion control and preparation of vehicles, and equipments for paint.
  • Accomplished corrosion control on centerline tanks.
  • Sheet Metal worker on various helicopter types Performed preventive corrosion control maintenance procedures Performed aircraft corrosion inspections
  • Sheet metal repair and modification Corrosion control Heavy D check, skin change Boeing A319 and 320, MD80
  • Performed mods on the engine necelle replacing longerons and performing corrosion control as required and directed.
  • Utilize complete corrosion control as required as per drawings andT.O./TM's manuals and engineering instructions.
  • Cleaned surfaces using approved methods; performed required corrosion control using alodine and zinc chromate.

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40. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed corrosion removal treated and sealed and identified metal cracks in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Utilized technical manuals to accomplish necessary work and documented maintenance in appropriate forms and records.
  • Read and interpret applicable Technical Manuals, Instructions, Specifications and Manufacturers Specifications.
  • Inspected aircraft structure to ensure compliance with technical manuals and engineering specifications.
  • Installed major appliances according to specifications and technical manuals.
  • Read and interpreted engineering drawings, technical manuals, structure repair manuals, understanding symbols, flags, and general notes.
  • Research technical manuals and other sources of data to determine processes required for repair and/or replacement work and select needed parts.
  • Plan and lay out work in accordance with applicable technical manuals for repair and modification of aircraft metal parts and components.
  • Trained and expert in interpreting and analyzing administrative guides such as: technical manuals, schematics, and other documentation.
  • Utilized aviation design standards and technical manuals, technical orders, standard repairs, blueprints, and military specifications.
  • Design aircraft skin according to drawings, blueprints, directives, technical manuals, and safety procedures.
  • Inspect incoming aircraft, identify proper and correct repairs, utilize technical manuals and engineering drawings.
  • Perform all maintenance in accordance with Technical Manuals and guidance from designated officials.
  • Followed technical manuals, blue prints, directives, and safety procedures.
  • Read and interpret technical manuals and specifications and determine sequence of assemblies.
  • Read and interpreted technical manuals, blueprints, and engineering drawings.
  • Repaired and fabricated parts from blueprints and technical manuals.
  • Blue Prints, Technical Manuals, or Engineering Orders.
  • Utilized technical manuals and blueprints to complete job.
  • Use of specific technical manuals.

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41. Ventilation Systems

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Here's how Ventilation Systems is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Work installing all the ventilation systems for the big hotel/casinos in northern Nevada/northern California.
  • Prepared installed, maintained, and removed temporary ventilation systems and associated duct work.
  • Completed complex installations and modifications of ventilation systems in accordance with applicable drawings.
  • Perform modification and upgrades of ventilation systems in existing buildings.
  • Installed and removed temporary ventilation systems for Naval Nuclear Reactors.
  • Perform installation of aircraft carrier ventilation systems and furniture.
  • Installed ducting and ventilation systems to exact blueprint specifications.
  • Installed commercial ventilation systems, 2nd Lead Man overseeing 4 personnel, laid out duct ventilation systems, and read blueprints.
  • Skilled in an assortment of hand tools, power tools, welding equipment, and cutting torches to install ventilation systems.
  • Worked with sheet metal from layout to design to fabrication of ventilation systems for submarines.
  • Read blueprints, setting of offsets, hanging duct and setting of air ventilation systems.
  • Service all ventilation systems on the Ferry boats and service HVAC systems in the Ferry Terminals
  • Fabricate and construct ventilation systems from various metals, and sheet metals for commercial buildings.
  • Performed air and water balancing on new heating, cooling and ventilation systems.
  • Assemble and install air-conditioning ducts for central air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems
  • Directed engineering and planning input for on the job changes to ventilation systems.
  • Educated and trained in drafting, construction, and installation of ventilation systems.
  • Installed ventilation systems and executed punch lists created by project manager.
  • Fabricated, repaired, installed and delivered fans and ventilation systems.
  • Maintained air distribution and ventilation systems per HVAC guidelines.

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42. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Build chimney caps, round dormers, louvers, light fixtures, and other items out of different types of metal.
  • Be tactful and courteous when receiving callers or interviewing people, and get along with different types of people.
  • Handled power tools including arc and gas welding equipment and different types of saws following all safety regulations.
  • Worked on different types of repair projects using repair references from SRM, AMM, blueprints, lay-outs.
  • Learned where different types of alloys can be applied to aircraft in order to create desired results.
  • Applied different types of primers IAW SRM to avoid corrosion in components electrical bonding and resistance check.
  • Worked with different types of rivets such as universal, flush head, flush shear heads.
  • Fillet seals, Faye sealing, and numerous amount of different types of operations.
  • Provided welding and the fabrication of different types of material by utilizing metal.
  • Skilled at using pneumatic riveter and all different types of rivet squeezes.
  • Fabricated different types of tooling such as carbon fiber and fiberglass.
  • Be able to identify different types of materials.
  • Operate different types of lifts.
  • Used different types of steel.
  • Fabricated different types and guages of metal into different components in accordance with specifications provided.
  • Worked for several sheet metal companies learning all the different types of work involved in the sheet metal trade.
  • Help and other different departments and to make a different types from the shop.
  • Set appropriate stops and guides to specified lenghts for cutting different types of metals.
  • Used many different types of metals.
  • Metal Management * Worked with different types of metal * Placed metal in correct components

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43. Rain Gutters

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Here's how Rain Gutters is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Measured, estimated, prepped, and installed seamless rain gutters and downspouts for private residences and industrial buildings.
  • Install rain gutters and fabricate downspouts and drainage systems
  • Install assemblies, such flashing, pipes, Heating/ AC ducts, rain gutters.
  • Metal sheets are used in air conditioning/heating ductwork, roofing, siding, rain gutters, & outdoor signs.
  • Installed General & segmented radius Drip edge, coping and Rain Gutters, downspouts ect.
  • Install assemblies, such as flashing, pipes, tubes, rain gutters, or downspouts in supportive frameworks.

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44. Machine Shop

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Fabricated and repaired parts by using machine shop instrumentation and equipment.
  • Machine shop Bridgeport operator tube bender
  • Participate in Tiger Team concept with Outside Machine shop on propeller and shaft change-out on two units.
  • Worked in an armored battalion repairing armored vehicles, Worked in a machine shop fabricating parts.
  • Controlled the flow of work in a precision sheet metal/ machine shop.
  • Worked in machine shop on production fixtures on drills and mills.
  • Light machine shop work as required.
  • Trained in the use of a wide variety of machine shop equipment as well as MIG welding.
  • Assisted in x ray, zyglow, heat treat, welding, planning and machine shop operations.
  • Machine Shop: Operator Mazak, Mori Seiki, Matsuura

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45. Smooth Surfaces

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Here's how Smooth Surfaces is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Trim, file, grind, buff, and smooth surfaces, seams, and joints of assembled parts.
  • Trim, file, grind, deburr, buff, and smooth surfaces, seams, and joints.
  • Grind, trim, debur, buff and smooth surfaces.
  • Trim, file, grind, debar, buff and smooth surfaces using hand tools and portable power tools.
  • Trim, file, grind, buff, and smooth surfaces, seams, and joints of assembled parts,

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46. Scissor Lifts

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Here's how Scissor Lifts is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Operate large construction machinery; up to, and including, forklifts, scissor lifts, and boom lift.
  • Operated aerial boom lifts, telescoping fork lifts, scissor lifts (electric and 4x4).
  • Operate different equipment such as: scissor lifts, heaters, air blowers, A/C units.
  • Skilled in the operation of scissor lifts, forklifts, bobcats and reciprocating boom lifts.
  • Worked on heavy fork lifts, small cranes, scissor lifts, bucket lifts.
  • Can operate forklifts, scissor lifts, JLG man-lifts and other powered vehicles.
  • Operated boom lifts and scissor lifts at desired work stations for installment.
  • Certified operation of fork lifts, knuckle boom lifts and scissor lifts.
  • Operated lulls, forklifts, scissor lifts, etc.
  • Operated fork lifts, scissor lifts and boom lifts.
  • Use of scissor lifts to hang duct every day.
  • Worked off of scaffolding and scissor lifts.
  • Operated equipment such as scissor lifts.
  • Trained in forklifts and scissor lifts.
  • Operate lulls, scissor lifts, swing stage lifts, forklifts and back hoes.
  • Can operate boom lifts, scissor lifts, and fork lifts; rigging chain falls, come alongs and slings etc.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as grade-alls, scissor lifts, forklifts, and boom lifts.
  • Operate scissor lifts and boom lifts in a safe manner.
  • operate machinery including forklifts, scissor lifts, JLGS.
  • Operated scissor lifts and jlg boom and knuckle lifts.

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47. Exhaust Fans

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Here's how Exhaust Fans is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed installation on all HVAC required components, such as RTU, chillers, and boilers exhaust fans, etc.
  • Installed air handling units, HVAC roof top units, exhaust fans, etc.
  • Install exhaust fans, build and hook up ac units in mechanical rooms.
  • Installed exhaust fans and running flexible ducts.
  • Coordinated placement rooftop exhaust fans, smoke EVAC systems and B-vent flues for under roofline heating and fresh air intake units.
  • installed duct, exhaust fans, set units, installed shoes, joined bulkhead, ceilings, galley equipment.
  • Run PVC drain lines and set different air handles such as Fan Powered Boxes, VAVs and Exhaust Fans.
  • Cut and installed various components of duct work including multi-zone air units and exhaust fans.
  • Installed new exhaust fans and ductwork.
  • Installed ductwork, exhaust fans.
  • Installed ductwork, set units, Installed Exhaust fans .etc
  • Install ductwork,fans,registers,airtites,vavs,exhaust fans,make flexible connections and kitchehen hoods.

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48. Technical Data

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Here's how Technical Data is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair structural discrepancies using applicable technical data.
  • Read and interpret blueprints, specifications and other technical data to ensure work meets stringent federal and military standards and specifications.
  • Used maintenance instructions and technical data in the inspection, maintenance, and repair of assigned aircraft and associated equipment.
  • Performed Mod work on S-76 Assemble and disassemble parts and components in accordance with blueprints and technical data.
  • Perform modifications to aircraft structures, and or panels according to blue prints, or other technical data.
  • Interpreted applicable technical data; performed component repairs; demonstrated knowledge of fluids and gases in applicable systems.
  • Fabricated webs, stiffeners, and skins using drawings and technical data for Boeing KC-135 spoiler.
  • Read and follow technical data such as Technical Orders (T.O.s) and blueprints proficiently.
  • Read and interpret manufacture and aircraft maintenance manuals, service bulletins and technical data.
  • Examine completed jobs to verify compliance to establish standards and technical data.
  • Use technical data and drawing to locate part numbers and accomplish repairs.
  • Used technical data to determine torque values of a variety of fasteners.
  • Assembled brake, aileron, and elevator systems using technical data.
  • Review and revise blueprints and technical data provided by engineering.
  • Use, on a daily basis, of aircraft sheet metal tools, materials, processes, and technical data.
  • Perform technical expertise and guidance to solve complex problems by interpreting technical data such as blueprints or maufacturers manuals.

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49. DC-9

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Here's how DC-9 is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed service bulletin modifications and C&D checks on Northwest Airlines DC-9 and DC-10; and Boeing 737 and B-727.
  • Inspected airplanes for discrepancies during heavy checks and approved jobs completed by mechanics on B737-300, DC-8-60, DC-9-50.
  • Performed heavy overhaul and modification on B-727, DC-9, and DC-10 aircraft
  • Structure repairs C checks on DC-9 aircraft.
  • Assisted in completion of A and B checks on DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, MD-11 and A-300 aircraft.
  • Worked C&D checks aircraft worked DC-8, DC-9,727, A300, A320 worked with air tools
  • Performed C & D checks overhaul maintenance on DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, and composite
  • Fixed corrosion on 747; L10-11; Dc-9; and 707Repair fab.
  • Performed C and D checks on DC-9, MD-80 and 747 aircraft.
  • Experience working on DAC DC-9, MD80, Airbus A300 and A310.
  • Performed cowling repairs on B737, DC-10, DC-9 and B727.
  • Performed aircraft Structure work on DC-9, DC-10,727,747, and MDf-80.
  • Repaired heavy aircraft - 727, 747, DC-9.
  • Contract: SMART Sheet-metal, c-check line on DC-9.
  • Experience working on DAC DC-9, MD88.
  • Performed D-Check on DC-9, C-Check on DC-10, fabricated parts, and worked Routine and Non-Routine Cards.
  • Performed D-Check, and worked Routine and Non-Routine Cards on Boeing 727 and DC-9 aircraft.
  • Performed airframe repairs and A-D checks on 727,737, DC-9, and 757 aircraft.
  • Assigned to work in upper and lower airframes on B-737, 747, 757, 767, DC-9 and MD-80 aircrafts.
  • Contract Labor) Performed C-checks on DC-9's and MD-88's.

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50. Fire Dampers

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Here's how Fire Dampers is used in Sheet Metal Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed Fire Dampers, Smoke Dampers, Air vent Shutters, Thermostats, Sensors, Blower Fan Motors, Fan Belts.
  • Install spiral and rectangular duct, fire dampers, rooftop AC units, roof curbs and build sheet metal transitions.
  • Field work, layout and hanging duct work, fabrication, install fire dampers, shipping and receiving.
  • Operated various machines used in the production of sheet metal fire dampers and duct work assembly parts.
  • Build Fire smoke dampers* Install Motors for Fire dampers* Work production line and assembly* Pull work orders
  • Installed Duct, VAV boxes, fire dampers and other ventilation components.
  • Installed fire dampers in the lines according to the prints.
  • Install fire dampers, VAV boxes, inferred heaters etc.
  • Installed fire dampers, spiral duct, round pipe.
  • Install fire dampers both vertical and horizontal.
  • Install duct, fire dampers & do layout's
  • Use blue prints to make lay outs for vav's, fire dampers, manual dampers, and automated dampers.
  • Installed hangers, ducts, fire dampers, and vavs according to blue prints.
  • Installed smoke detectors, fire dampers, air registers and linears.
  • Test out the fire dampers, exhaust fans louvers and etc.
  • Install duct and equipment -Install control wire and fire dampers
  • weather it was working on rectangular shaft exhaust fans, fire dampers, Rough in, or or finish work.
  • exhaust fans, fire dampers, .
  • Install ductwork, fire dampers, vav's, ahu' spiral duct, exhaust fans.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Sheet Metal Mechanic

Aircraft Parts23.8%
Product Specifications15.5%
Hvac8.5%
Hand Tools7.4%
Safety Procedures7.2%
Drill Press6.3%
Aluminum4.4%
Supportive Frameworks3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Sheet Metal Mechanic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Parts
18.8%
18.8%
2
2
Product Specifications
Product Specifications
12.3%
12.3%
3
3
Hvac
Hvac
6.7%
6.7%
4
4
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
5.9%
5.9%
5
5
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
5.7%
5.7%
6
6
Drill Press
Drill Press
5%
5%
7
7
Aluminum
Aluminum
3.5%
3.5%
8
8
Supportive Frameworks
Supportive Frameworks
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
MIG
MIG
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Rivet Guns
Rivet Guns
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
CNC
CNC
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
Structural Repairs
Structural Repairs
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Job Site
Job Site
1.6%
1.6%
15
15
TIG
TIG
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
Osha
Osha
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Reference Lines
Reference Lines
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Verbal Instructions
Verbal Instructions
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1%
1%
21
21
Depot
Depot
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
VAV
VAV
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Project Requirements
Project Requirements
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Furnace Casings
Furnace Casings
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
FAA
FAA
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Shop Drawings
Shop Drawings
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
C-130
C-130
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Assembly Sequences
Assembly Sequences
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Duct Board
Duct Board
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
SRM
SRM
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Cessna
Cessna
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Punch Holes
Punch Holes
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Setup
Setup
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Shear Operator
Shear Operator
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
New Construction
New Construction
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Air Handlers
Air Handlers
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Structural Components
Structural Components
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Corrosion Control
Corrosion Control
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Ventilation Systems
Ventilation Systems
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Different Types
Different Types
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Rain Gutters
Rain Gutters
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Smooth Surfaces
Smooth Surfaces
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Scissor Lifts
Scissor Lifts
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Exhaust Fans
Exhaust Fans
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Technical Data
Technical Data
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
DC-9
DC-9
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Fire Dampers
Fire Dampers
0.5%
0.5%

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