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Clod    Posted 07-23-2004 at 18:15:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Some folks think that a person who is a very good welder is automaticly a good engineer. welder can be an engineer but not becuse he knows how to weld.just as a good structural engineer may not know how to weld..I just posted this incase a few do not think of this diffrence. A welder may weld a piece of farm equipment and as for the welding job it is perfect but yet the device may fail to do the job or break quickly.

This sounds like    Posted 07-23-2004 at 19:35:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
a case of doing a Neighbor a favor which wound up failing and now that Neighbor is sayin You ain't much of a "ingeneer" er Yud'a noed better.
Heck, I was a certified Welder with a lot of weldment Engineering School and at times I make a repair weld which same fails in short order. Tell Your Neighbor "next time haul it to town !".

IMHO of course

clod    Posted 07-23-2004 at 19:44:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
oh this is another which a welder had to re do. like the john deere engineers dont seem to know that narrow bearing surfaces are a no no.

OH, OKAY    Posted 07-23-2004 at 20:19:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
so Your sayin tha designer who stuck tha Weld clear round behind outta sight where.........

Clod    Posted 07-23-2004 at 21:00:05       [Reply]  [No Email]

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