One that contrives, devises, or constructs something: "The labyrinth . . . was built by Daedalus, a most skillful artificer” ( Thomas Bulfinch).
somebody who is skilled within their trade; an artisan.
A member of the military who specializes in manufacturing and fixing tool systems.
An artistic employee; a mechanic or manufacturer; one whoever profession needs talent or familiarity with a specific kind, as a silversmith.
one that tends to make or contrives; a deviser, creator, or framer.
A cunning or artful fellow.
A military auto mechanic, as a blacksmith, carpenter, etc.; in addition, a person who prepares the shells, fuses, grenades, etc., in a military laboratory.
A maker; a constructor; a skilful or imaginative worker; a handicraftsman; a mechanic.
person who contrives or devises; an inventor; specifically, an inventor of crafty or deceptive artifices: because, “artificer of fraudulence,” Milton, P. L., iv. 121; “artificer of lies,” Dryden; “let you alone, cunning artificer,”
Milit., a soldier-mechanic attached to the artillery and professional service, whose task its to create and restore armed forces materials.
person who uses artifice; an artful or wily person.
an enlisted man in charge of the maintenance of small arms and device firearms etc.
somebody who is the very first to think about or make something
a talented employee just who practices some trade or handicraft