There are different types of welders: gas, electric arc, MIG/MAG and other procedures, as well as metal oxycutters with gas flame or electric arc.
The range is very broad given the diversity of welds, although TIG welding
, which is a type of electrode welding that uses a permanent electrode, usually of tungsten predominates.
Apart from welding, in certain cases other skills are also required, such as the ability to make assemblies
and to interpret plans
. Understanding the process
is fundamental; for that reason some jobs require TIG, MIG, MAG, in a semiautomatic process, using tin, semi-automatic welding in aluminium, stainless steel, carbon steel, etc., depending on the type of work carried out by the company. Information extracted from the Observatory of Occupations of the State Employment Public Service.