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    Default The perfect shop floor print

    Hi,

    This brought back some evil flashback memories...........



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    Looks to be a component of the Turbo Encabulator.

    I didn't see the specs anywhere on the print, but I imagine it is to be machined from pre-famulated amulite.
    Last edited by lynnl; 02-08-2019 at 12:33 PM.

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    You're supposed to save that stuff for April 1...

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    Didn't you get the e-mail? February 8th. is the new April 1st.

    You gotta keep up with these things.



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    You loved it so much you posted it twice ?
    John Titor, when are you.

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    The worst thing about that is that I have actually seen drawings that were not much better. Some with so many "notes" having arrows pointing to various places that the part outline was rather dwarfed by them. We had to have some rather straight talking about drawings and how they are done, but the message got through and we had no more of such nonsense.
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    Had to double check the title block. Seems like I seen print like that roll out of our design department.

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    Engage safety squints ? good enough for the girls you go out with ? Who drew this, AVE ??

    Roy

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    Got it in DXF?I want to print off a couple D sheets and have them framed
    I just need one more tool,just one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Amick View Post
    You loved it so much you posted it twice ?
    Didn't mean to, ain't no joke good enough to hear twice in a row. I plead old age and ignorance.

    Quote Originally Posted by J Tiers View Post
    The worst thing about that is that I have actually seen drawings that were not much better. Some with so many "notes" having arrows pointing to various places that the part outline was rather dwarfed by them. We had to have some rather straight talking about drawings and how they are done, but the message got through and we had no more of such nonsense.
    Me too. Sadly way to many ME's out there with little to no shop floor experience. I've had way too many "talks" in my office or on the phone with them over the years. When I worked for 3M back in the 90's, I swear they purposely sent me all their interns.

    Sadly, I was unable to "save" my one Daughter from the engineer curse. She will be doing her Mech E PHD dissertation this spring............At least she has a grasp of what the shop floor is and why you need to listen closely to your Lead Machinist.

    Quote Originally Posted by wierdscience View Post
    Got it in DXF?I want to print off a couple D sheets and have them framed
    This isn't my drawing, all I have is a jpeg. I wish I had been that clever.......
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