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Career Definitions – TECHNOLOGY

Career Definitions – TECHNOLOGY

FORGE & FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGYs (DIP)

TECHNOLOGY Various metals are forged or moulded for reduced shape.This subject can be studied at various levels from operation upto sophisticated design.

INSTRUMENT TECHNOLOGYs (DIP)

Instrumentation technology requires considerable knowledge of electronic, electrical,hydraulics as well as properties of material.Instruments are to measure and control flow rates, in high speed and high tech manufacturing.The subject requires multidiscipline knowledge and scientific temperament.

PACKAGING TECHNOLOGYs (DIP)

The action, process or manner of making something into a package.The material in which something is packaged especially for sale.

PRINTING TECHNOLOGYs (DIP)

Printing technology refers to offset graving, flexography, screen printing or letter press.

WELDER (CER)

Heat is applied to the pieces to be joined, melting and fusing them to form a permanent bond.Because of its strength welding is used to construct and repair parts of ships, automobiles, spacecrafts and thousands of other manufacturing products.

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