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    Which training contents / skills are required of a precision mechanics in practice nowadays?
    Is it to be a 'universal genius' or is the focus more at CNC-area?
    Where - better: what for are precision mechanics used in their company?
    (I know that this depends on the company - but I'd like to know the tendency ...)

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    ... ok, the question the other way round:
    who is working as a precision mechanics - and what are you doing all daylong?



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    A friend of mine works at the university and he is precision mechanics.
    He mills all that kind of stuff of the studens ideas.



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    Quote Originally Posted by EgonC View Post
    Which training contents / skills are required of a precision mechanics in practice nowadays?
    Is it to be a 'universal genius' or is the focus more at CNC-area?
    Where - better: what for are precision mechanics used in their company?
    (I know that this depends on the company - but I'd like to know the tendency ...)

    Greetings,
    Egon
    Precision mechanics manufacture precision components from metal in machining operations such as turning, milling or grinding. In doing so, they usually use CNC machine tools. They adjust them and monitor the production process



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    Mostly, vocational training programs offer these courses. For example, last year I joined the course at Max Planck Institute - Industrial mechanic for precision mechanics. John W. Sinn published an article in The Journal of Technology Studies and I analyzed it in my customwriting.



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