On 26 Nov 2003 00:19:53 -0800, email@example.com (anotherbrick)
Good way to get customers, bud. What they and I want to know are...
Instruction set? The usual timer/counter stuff? Bit-of-word?
Durability, power requirements, execution times, watchdog(s), what?
Probably your plc works well but will surely fail because of your
I'll shut up and fuck off now.
Thanks for the photos. Every once in a while I need to be reminded why I work
where I do.
For what it's worth, this is what I see....
Pictures number 1 and 2:
- no guards around rotating equipment
- looks like electrical cables strung loose with no mechanical support (raceway
- no washdown protection
- loose hoses on floor = tripping hazard
- oil spill on floor
- no ground strap on either cabinet door
- no guard over power supply (mixed voltages)
- no wire raceway in cabinet
- no gasket around cabinet doors (i.e. dust and water protection)
Picture number 3:
- looks better
Hope this helps for future advertisements
" Life isn't like a box of chocolates...it's more like a jar of
The thing I like about photographs is how often they show things the
photographer was not aware of.. This isn't the first time I've seen a scary
picture of something the photographer was very proud of.
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