Is buying used Chinese Kurt knock off vises at an auction and being
stupid enough to think they are a bargain at any price a good
Is listening to your typical Southern California moron like James
Meyette and buying the most expensive Japanese machines from the
company he works for a good technique?
Is using a badly outdated, modal CADCAM systems like Mastercam or
Gibbscam, which lack the low level automation that FeatureCAM has had
for years, a good technique?
Is keeping your almost state of the art Japanese horizontal milling
machines running making parts for automatic machine guns that get sold
to Mexican drug cartels because it's the only way you can make the
payments like Joe788 most likely now has do a good technique?
Is whining about some high tech startup not being able to get funding
that a fool like John Carrol invested in and who will probably end up
getting purchased for pennies on the dollar by a cash rich company
like the one I work for or just going tits up a good technique?
If you want real techniques that work in this economy you stop
listening to morons and you buy high quality used equipment for
pennies on the dollar and you do it without borrowing money from
banks, finance companies, etc.
San Diego, CA
- posted 13 years ago