Aircraft assemblers use hand tools, power tools and other equipment such as CNC machines or robots to construct, fit and install prefabricated parts to manufacture fixed or rotary wing aircrafts and aircraft subassemblies such as flight controls, aircraft skins, rigging and other mechanical systems. They read and interpret blueprints. They operate control systems to determine functional performance of the assemblies and adjust accordingly.
Includes people working in benches or on aircraft structures.
aircraft rigging assembler
flight control assembler
aircraft sub-assembly installer
military aircraft assembler
jet aircraft assembler
aircraft wing assembler
flight control installer
aircraft mechanical systems installer
aircraft fuselage assembler
fixed wing aircraft
aircraft structure assembler
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Skills & Competences