Welding fabricators have a tough job. Since the art of welding is constantly changing and improving, to be able to succeed in the field of welding fabrication, fabricators need to love what they do and be open to constantly learning new methods, so they don’t get left behind.
There are many responsibilities that a welding fabricator has. On any given day these responsibilities could include fixing old piping, fixing old equipment, creating new equipment, or performing maintenance, along with other responsibilities.
One of the most exciting parts of being a welding fabricator is that you are not always confined to your workspace. Being stuck in the same place all day can get boring, but often when repairing or replacing old equipment, fabricators go into the field to measure equipment and come up with a plan to rebuild the equipment.
It is a common misconception that women are not prevalent in the field of welding fabricators. Many women who work in the field are very detailed oriented, which helps them in producing appealing and functional fixes.
To learn more about what a welding fabricator does, watch the video above!