Post an obscure clue about your occupation
>anons guess what you do for a living.
I go first
First pic was the root. Good luck next time.
Close enough, semi/heavy equipment
Also close enough, a/c condenser. The leak is UV dye, pic related, same leak just shot through some UV glasses
Ding! A lot more than hvac, but it's summer and we've got picky drivers! So I'm hvac guy now. Unfortunately it's an excavation company, we get rocks through our windshields and condensers/radiators almost daily.
But i also program for another machine
That's true but there's nothing like brainlessly laying down some sick dimes for good money. I mean there aren't any stable jobs right now in Alberta because the economy's shit and NDP are taxing the shit out of everything but still.
I am down in Texas welding 1 pipe a day for 60/hr and 135per day
I mean I'm not too experienced, just did an employment prep course in the fall. Still need to redo my 1st year test because I totally fucked the FCAW 2g I believe it was but at least I passed my theory. Here's some shit-tier welds from back in the fall.
Nice dubs and this is just a practice piece from last fall. Would have cleaned it up but I had a lot better than this and we were pumping through so many of those coupons that it didn't matter. Only needed to clean them up on tests.
I only took a fcaw job once but left in a hurry. Wire never ends and pay isnt good. Weld pipe with tig or learn smaw and do both. Lot of work down here where an at in corpus christi at a DOW plant with JV Driver
Yeah, the industry, at least up here, is sort of trying to phase stick out though. Not sure if it's even in the curriculum for welding certifications anymore. If it is it's probably 2nd or 3rd year. Only real stick welding you do up here is gonna be on the pipeline. Haven't done stick since i was probably 16 years old. Most of my hours of welding have been put into GMAW and FCAW and the good old oxyacetylene torch.
Structural welder or underwater is my guess. I don't have any not obvious pics of mine
Have a better job than any I've seen here.
Hint: think of the sizes
I'll make it easy on ya cunts
I program/run two of these
If it's the company that makes the timber wolf frame lookalikes do it. Salient's BLU is just a stippled timber wolf frame with brass thrown on, a gunsmith fit KKM barrel, a trigger job, and some slide cuts.
UK - part time in hospital & part time in gdp. For multirooted teeth, using a single file system saves you an insane amount of time.
Don't perforate looking for canals - I'd recommend looking at the anatomy paper by Krasner which if you know from the start will give you a huge headstart.
restaurants use this shit, absolutelly disgusting
>anatomy paper by Krasner
Thank you. I will look the paper up. I'm from Cali and go to school in Los Angeles. In a few years If trump wins I may come seek a job with you in the UK. Haha
Ive always wanted to pay around with one of those. We have a vertical router at work that we could turn into a a mill but don't have the work to buy the bits and the coolant set up. We Have a komo vr520 With one head and a shitty drill block
Oh I meant sending it out, there's some shit companies out there.
as obscure as I could find / slightly funny if you see it.
You may know what you are looking at but you won't be able to guess my occupation.
Definitely, the ones around my area are meh, if any major work needs to be done I'd send it out if needed.
>tfw school is starting
>that means financial aid
>grants and scholarships
>tools and guns
It's a lot of fun just fucking around making stuff, but I know converting a router can be lots of work.
I spent 3 years manual machining at a trade program before moving on to CNC. Then worked as an operator/setup for a few years while they trained me to be a better programmer. Good trade to have, and LOTS of jobs if you're in the right place
I know there are some of you fags who do this also.
3 of them? That must have been unpleasant. Did they sedate you at least? I know someone does, but not everyone
Also, bonus pics
It was 3 separate occasions but it was nearly 20 yrs ago and the actual camera seemed bigger than what they have now. They gave me something to calm me down but I was a strong fucker even in my teens, they had to hold me down and have a nurse stroke my head to keep me from going ape.
If that's what you call a auto tech then yeah
Yeah, working a dealership is quite the ride
They are absolutely no different than any other 3axis vmc. It all depends on the part you're making. I'm mostly programming 3d surfaces on prototype parts for the aerospace industry, and a lot of it is easy, but some is very challenging