4715 — Exhibits Making/Modeling
This occupation includes jobs involved in constructing, installing, and maintaining full size or scale model visual displays, training devices, or exhibits for educational and informational purposes from a variety of materials such as wood, metal, plastic, rubber, and plaster, using work processes of more than one trade. Some examples are: making scale model streambeds, inlets, overhang areas, dams, spillways, outlet works, etc., by placing and molding materials such as sand, gravel, ground or crushed coal, haydite, and concrete to form features, and shaping and smoothing concrete mixes to finish surfaces; constructing relief map models in plastic, plaster, cardboard, clay, or other materials, using hand carving tools, pantographic routing machine, and orthographic projector; reproducing mockups of ships, aircraft, vehicles, and other objects, etc. The work may include installing and maintaining animation and control devices and mechanisms. This occupation does not include jobs that primarily require technical knowledge of cartography, artistic ability, specialized subject-matter knowledge, or technical knowledge and skill in museum or exhibits techniques.