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Career Profile: 3D Rigger

Written by admin on Jul 11th, 2011 | Filed under: Technical careers

3D Riggering got nothing to do with oil rigging. Rather, it is a career of the 3D and animation industry. A related career is that of the animator. 3D rigging is closely related to character animation. Basically a rig is a skeletal structure that help control animation and movement of digital character. For example the 3D characters of animation and movies ...

Career Profile: Ceramic Engineer

Written by admin on Apr 3rd, 2009 | Filed under: Technical careers

Human Beings have been using ceramics for thousands of years. It is also a significant direction for artwork and sculpture creation. Ceramic engineer work with ceramic materials. What is ceramic? It is an inorganic material that is prepared by heating and followed by a cooling phase. Ceramics are non-metallic. Example of ceramics includes clay and porcelain. Ceramic materials can have either ...

Career Profile: Locksmith

Written by admin on Feb 13th, 2009 | Filed under: Technical careers

Locks and security have become an integral part of modern living. Homes in this modern era depend on the lock to keep the place secure. Locksmith's works cope consists of installing, fixing, breaking and repairing of locks. Notable brands of security products includes Medeco, Weiser,Olympus, Yale, Master Lock. They are able to work on both sides of the locking system, namely the ...

Career Profile: Telephone Craftworker

Written by admin on Feb 4th, 2009 | Filed under: Technical careers

Telecommunication is a big business industry as technology continues to evolve. It involves the transmission of digital or analog signals over a distance as a means of communication. With the advent of communication means such as the internet, many modern household and offices wants to be connected or networked. A network is a collection of transmitting, receiving and transceiving medium ...

Career Profile: Bicycle Mechanic

Written by admin on Jan 10th, 2009 | Filed under: Technical careers

Cycling is a very common activity. Of course, we need a bicycle in order to cycle. In many part of the world, cycling is regarded as a leisure activity. In some parts of the world, the bicycle is even the main mode of transport where people used it to go to work. Bicycle mechanic job grows in demand as cycling is a ...

Career Profile: Jeweler

Written by admin on Dec 2nd, 2008 | Filed under: Technical careers

A Jeweler sells, designs, makes and repairs jewelery. Jewelry have been part of human civilisation since ancient times and will perhaps continue to be so. The field of work is very broad for a jeweler. Some of them work in design environments such as studios. Others work in the retail shop. Some also work in the jewelry factories. Training as a Jeweler ...

Career Profile: Custom Upholsterer

Written by admin on Nov 30th, 2008 | Filed under: Technical careers

The Custom upholsterer job scope involves rebuilding, repairing and re-covering upholstered furnitures. Upholster furnitures include chairs and sofas. These professionals mostly work in upholstery shops, furniture retail stores. The job may include helping the customer to choose the right type of fabric and material for the upholstering. The entire work involves stripping the furniture to the wooden frame. Next, they will do ...

Career Profile: Tool and Die Maker

Written by admin on Aug 11th, 2008 | Filed under: Technical careers

This is the job description of the Tool and Die Maker. A Tool and die maker is also sometimes known as the mold maker. This is a highly skilled technical profession. What does a Tool and Die maker do? The job scope of a Tool and die maker includes making mauufacturing-related objects such as cutting tools, dies, molds, jigs, fixtures and machine ...

Career Profile: Service Mechanic

Written by admin on Jul 15th, 2008 | Filed under: Technical careers

Some machines can be prone to breaking down. Under certain curcumstances, it is better to get the machine repaired than to get new ones. Also, machines may tend to decrease in performance with age. These machines may need servicing to improve performances again. This is when the Service Mechanic comes into the picture. The job scope of the service mechanic involves servicing ...

Career Profile: Model Maker

Written by admin on Jun 25th, 2008 | Filed under: Technical careers

The contribution of the model maker is more significant that it sounds. Their works are often evident in many types of industries. As the name implies, a Model Maker makes models. There are several industries and fields that will hire model makers. They are: 1. Movie and film making industry. Model makers are hired to make props and articles for movies. For example, ...