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Read and interpret blueprints, schematics, work specifications, drawings, or charts.
||Electrical and Electronics Drafters
- Examine electronic schematics and supporting documents to develop, compute, and verify specifications for drafting data, such as configuration of parts, dimensions, or tolerances.
- Study work order requests to determine type of service, such as lighting or power, demanded by installation.
- Review work orders or procedural manuals and confer with vendors or design staff to resolve problems or modify design.
- Review blueprints to determine customer requirements and consult with assembler regarding schematics, wiring procedures, or conductor paths.
- Review production schedules, engineering specifications, orders, and related information to obtain knowledge of manufacturing methods, procedures, and activities.
- Study operations sequence, material flow, functional statements, organization charts, and project information to determine worker functions and responsibilities.
||Marine Engineers and Naval Architects
- Study design proposals and specifications to establish basic characteristics of craft, such as size, weight, speed, propulsion, displacement, and draft.
- Review work requests and compare them with previous work completed on ships to ensure that costs are economically sound.
||Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
- Review project instructions and blueprints to ascertain test specifications, procedures, and objectives, and test nature of technical problems such as redesign.
- Review project instructions and specifications to identify, modify and plan requirements fabrication, assembly and testing.
||Architectural and Civil Drafters
- Locate and identify symbols on topographical surveys to denote geological and geophysical formations or oil field installations.
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