Re: Peeve of the Day - Shop related

Way too much "paperwork"... even if we do it all on-line.
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>Engineers who don't upload current files to our Intranet.
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>Too much bullshit e-mail.
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>Jon Banquer
>San Diego, CA
Wow Jon, all this time you have been posing as the guy within your
company who has to determine customers "design intent", edit customer
supplied solid models and make arbitrary changes to their models so
the part is easier for you to manufacture. So, what do your engineers
do?
Tom
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brewertr
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Jon,
You have been writing all over the net that you have a hard time with SolidWorks determining customers "design intent", that you need to edit customer supplied solid models and make arbitrary changes to customer models so the part is easier to manufacture. You know, where your function is what an engineer or engineering department would normally do. NOW you say your company does have engineers so Jon, what exactly do your companies engineers do?
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
I'll bet the engineer's spend all their time looking for virgin lambs to sacrifice in wittle'jon wittle'jon's honor at the first night of the full moon. I'll be it's chaos there when there's two full moons in one month.
wittle'jon wittle'jon likes to play jokes on them too... he takes that shiney beanie off and fools them every time.
:-) hohoho
CC
OH...and to stay on topic for the anal ones...
Peeve: See if you can sneak this job in...it shouldn't take any time.
Reply to
CarCrazy666
If jonnie boy actually does have a job (doubtful), the engineers probably take him out back and beat the crap outta him for being such a loser and disgrace to their company.
Reply to
madcadman
Jon,
I read them, do YOU?
If you are going to lie you really should try to keep track of them so you don't step on your dick like you did here.
You have been posting all over the net that you are a CNC Machinist/Programmer and YOU are making engineering changes, trying desperately on SolidWorks without success to figure out customer design intent, altering those customer supplied models to make manufacturing easier, or changing the models to make it look like the parts.
So, if your statements are true and you really are doing all of this stuff, what exactly is your engineering department doing?
Reminds me of your infamous Novedge interview. Where you didn't keep your agreement with the author and gave three different excuses on three separate occasions why. Your excuses spanned a period of a few months and evolved as you went because you seemed to have forgot what you said. You know the incident where you forged posts and posted them using multiple false names. Then you lied when you later tried to deny you ever made an agreement with the author.
Tom
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brewertr
LOL......delusional, you must be off your med's again.
So you made it up and are now changing your story?
You have been posting all over the net that "YOU" do it now you changed it to "Many shops do".
I am not twisting anything Jon, it's your words, your actions. It seems you forgot all the excuses (AKA: Lies) you used and posted since you only linked to one.
Excuse #1
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Because it can't be done without wasting massive amounts of my time! ] - Jon Banquer on Jul 9 2007
Excuse #1 Translation:
You couldn't do it because being honest and keeping your word takes too much time.
Excuse #2
[ I figured for once I'd give these posters a taste or their own medicine which seemed to anger the host of the Blog who had elected to go with an unmoderated format. ] -Jon Banquer- July 18, 2007-
Excuse #2 Translation:
You were getting even with posters for disagreeing with you but you couldn't do it using your name, you had to forge & post under multiple false names, which was a violation of your agreement with the author. And the author used the same format he does with ALL his interviewees.
Excuse #3
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Is a CADCAM salesman. Imagine someone getting even with a CADCAM salesman instead of being taken advantage of one. ] -Jon Banquer - March 4, 2008
Excuse #3 Translation:
You made the agreement with the author but never had any intention of keeping your word.
you seemed to have forgot what
EXACTLY what lies Jon. You keep making these unfounded accusations but have yet to post ONE lie.
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
you seemed to have forgot what
And that, folks, pretty much sums up the latest round of Banquerbabble! Thanks for refreshing our memories, Tom.
gk
Reply to
gk
LOL......delusional, you must be off your med's again.
So you made it up and are now changing your story?
You have been posting all over the net that "YOU" do it now you changed it to "Many shops do".
I am not twisting anything Jon, it's your words, your actions. It seems you forgot all the excuses (AKA: Lies) you used and posted since you only linked to one.
Excuse #1
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Because it can't be done without wasting massive amounts of my time! ] - Jon Banquer on Jul 9 2007
Excuse #1 Translation:
You couldn't do it because being honest and keeping your word takes too much time.
Excuse #2
[ I figured for once I'd give these posters a taste or their own medicine which seemed to anger the host of the Blog who had elected to go with an unmoderated format. ] -Jon Banquer- July 18, 2007-
Excuse #2 Translation:
You were getting even with posters for disagreeing with you but you couldn't do it using your name, you had to forge & post under multiple false names, which was a violation of your agreement with the author. And the author used the same format he does with ALL his interviewees.
Excuse #3
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Is a CADCAM salesman. Imagine someone getting even with a CADCAM salesman instead of being taken advantage of one. ] -Jon Banquer - March 4, 2008
Excuse #3 Translation:
You made the agreement with the author but never had any intention of keeping your word.
you seemed to have forgot what
EXACTLY what lies Jon. You keep making these unfounded accusations but have yet to post ONE lie.
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
Jon,
Were you lying when you said your company has engineers or were you lying when you posted all over the net you were doing their job?
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
I've stepped on my dick so many times that it looks like a (very short) piece of belting.
I've been real busy trying to determine just what consequences that Tom and his pals will suffer - it is sort of hard to do with only a keyboard and I'm way too much of a pussy to do anything else.
I will try and make up some lies to post as I can't find any from Tom and his pals.
I am now going back to playing with myself, although it is really hard (no pun intended) with my belt-like member.
Jon Banquer Chula Vista, CA
Reply to
jon_banqueer
So, what is your engineering department doing while you are editing customer models and trying to figure out customer design intent?
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
What do you call it whey you get caught red handed forging posts and posting them under multiple fake names and then denying it?
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
What do you call it when you get caught red handed forging posts and posting them under multiple fake names and then denying it?
Tom
Reply to
brewertr
[ I'm committed to working with HSMWorks to doing just that. Shouldn't be too hard because their head of US operations and I see things in almost the exact same way and because HSMWorks is interested in what I have to say and wants to work with me. ]- Jon Banquer -
[ Who I'm working with to deliver what truly will be the next generation of CAM:
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]-Jon Banquer-
[ Jon is not affiliated with HSMWorks ApS in any way and that we cannot control what people are writing on the web. Anybody can get evaluation licenses of HSMWorks and test it themselves. I hope this clarifies any doubt. ] - HSMWorks ApS -
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brewertr
"All the racing head valve seats I saw being done were cut and then lapped." - Jon Banquer -
"When I worked in Tucson, Arizona in a race engine shop we cut all our cylinder seats. We sometimes lapped the values in." - Jon Banqeur -
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brewertr

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