The average pay for an Engineering Model Maker is £35,392 a year and £17 an hour in London, United Kingdom.
The average salary range for an Engineering Model Maker is between £26,356 and £42,918.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in London, United Kingdom.
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Sets up and operates variety of machines to fabricate tooling, patterns, parts, and models for electronic, mechanical or electromechanical instruments, devices, or equipment, such as electromedical and computer equipment; measuring, indicating, and controlling instruments; and surgical and navigational instruments, according to engineering blueprints and specifications: studies drawings and sketches of proposed product and confers with engineering personnel to plan design details and model operation.
Determines machines, tooling, and sequence of operation necessary to produce model parts, tooling, dies, or patterns, utilizing knowledge of machining and fabricating techniques.
Lays out reference points and dimensions on assorted materials, such as metals, plastic, and synthetic resins, using measuring instruments and work aids lay-out worker i.
Sets up and operates machines, such as milling machines, lathes, grinders, drill press, punch press, and brake, to produce or modify model parts machinist.
Fits and assembles parts, using handtools or power tools.
Wires and solders electrical and electronic connections and components.
Inspects and tests model or other product to verify conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments, such as calipers, gauges, and micrometers, and test equipment, such as multimeter and oscilloscope.
Suggests structural or operational modifications or reworks component parts as required to ensure performance of equipment or parts meets standards.
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