I'm trying to figure out a couple of things I want to do with the program but haven't been able to find the answers to my questions. so if anyone is good with jobBOSS can you please reply to this message. Thanks!
This ignores the many competent and innovative machine shops
I've seen that make it in the shop, and lost all of it and
more in the ledger...
It is far easier to save than to make a dollar, generally
with no heavy lifting.
For most of us, machining is the fun part, and that is where
the danger lies.
On Tue, 20 May 2014 13:32:23 -0700 (PDT),
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I can provide many more if these are helpful
wrote in message > production machinist. Yep, its good for that.
There is a hell of a lot more to small lot, varied, multi-part, high tech,
production machining, that is often run lights out, than a drunken troll
like you can comprehend... especially because you have never done it. Your
on such an ego trip that you think it's beneath you. Those that are good at
it make far more money than you do.
small lot varied multipart high tech "PRODUCTION".
You can use any adjectives you can think of, its still production.
Face it jb, your a production worker. Now own up to it and be proud.
And the money? How do you know what others make?
you dont. However...I can safely assume qualcom doesn't pay top dollar for
fadel operating non programming production workers doing drilling of pcb
Here ya go production worker, Ill make ya feel at home....
Head down...butt up...and make chips!
wrote in message > Calm down and get a grip. By your own admission you make $19 an hour.
(yea? for 5 months during the great recession 3-4 yrs ago? Pretty good money
at that time considering NOBODY in the ountry or in the world was hiring.)
19 is b grade millhand pay here, prolly about what youd get if they actually
let you back into florida.
Im a moldmaker, i told you that at least once before.
based on 40 hrs. you do the math.
friggen fadel drill press operator.
can you say FaDUMBASS?
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