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Average Salary for Layout Worker in United States

The average salary of a(n) Layout Worker in United States is $47,178.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Layout Worker in United States is $22.68.

The average bonus of a(n) Layout Worker in United States is $826.00.

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Lays out metal stock or work pieces, such as castings, plates, or machine parts, to indicate location, dimensions, and tolerances necessary for further processing, such as machining, welding, or assembly, analyzing specifications and computing dimensions according to knowledge of product, subsequent processing, shop mathematics, and layout procedures. Assesses blueprint, sketch, model, or other specifications and creates layout. Examines work piece and verifies such requirements as dimensions and squareness, using rule, square, and straightedge. Lifts and positions work piece in relation to surface plate manually or with hoist, using such work aids as shims, parallel blocks, and angle plates. Verifies position with measuring instruments, such as gauge blocks, height gauges, and dial indicators. Determines reference points and computes layout dimensions. Sets indicators on height gauge, protractor, or layout machine to computed dimensions, or projects dimensions by setting indicators to specified locations on model and moving instrument or machine so that indicators bear on corresponding locations on work piece. Indents layout points, using prick punch, center punch, and hammer. Marks or scribes layout lines, using hand tools and work aids, such as surface gauge, straightedge, compasses, templates, and scriber. Marks such data as dimensions, instructions, and part identification on work piece. Works to tolerances as close as plus 0.001 inch. May position model in parallel relationship to work piece. May apply pigment to layout surfaces, using paintbrush. May inspect machined parts to verify conformance to specifications. May add dimensional details to blueprints or prepare dimensional drawings to be followed by other workers. May lay out sheet metal or plate steel, applying specialized knowledge of sheet metal layout geometry. Less

Lays out metal stock or work pieces, such as castings, plates, or machine parts, to indicate location, dimensions, and tolerances necessary for further processing, such as machining, welding, or assembly, analyzing specifications and computing dimensions according to knowledge of product,... More

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