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Blacksmiths forge a variety of metal items, such as tools, chains, wrought iron fixtures, agricultural implements and structural components. Die setters set up forging machines, such as forging presses, drop hammers, forging rolls and upsetters. They are employed primarily by fabricated metal products, machinery and transportation equipment manufacturing companies.
- Heat metal items in forge
- Hammer, punch, cut or otherwise form metal workpieces into desired shapes and sizes
- Forge special tools from metal or devise special jigs or fixtures
- Temper, harden or anneal forged items
- Shape metal using power forging machinery.
- Select dies for forging according to work order and specifications
- Position, align and bolt dies to ram and anvil of power presses and hammers
- Check initial operation of forging machine to ensure that machine is set up properly for use by forging machine operators.
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Jobs for Blacksmiths and Die Setters in Toronto Region
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There are 2 job postings in Toronto Region.
|Date Posted||Job Title||Employer||Location||Source|
|2013-11-21||Blacksmith (Blacksmith welder designer)||INTERNATIONAL FENCE & RAILING INC.||
|2013-11-20||Blacksmith (Blacksmith welder designer)||Classic Iron Works & Design Inc||
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