engineering tech at fujifilm here in massachusetts. we make data storage tapes of a few varieties and capacities. been in magnetic tape for 25 yrs with fujifilm and basf. audio, video, computer reel tape, floppy discs and now data cartridges... pays the bills and theres always gonna be someone storing data!! no i cant get the cameras cheap !! sorry...i do get to go to japan some though...steve:)
1978 kz650b pretty much stock
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Engineer/Project Manager for Fort Collins' water treatment and water reclamation plants. We treat it before you drink it and then after you flush it .
I've just been in this job for a little over a year after 12 years as a stormwater project manager. Before that was an engineer in Virginia Beach, VA after a stint in the Navy.
One of the great things about working at the plants is all the toys we have.... sandblast booths, machine washing stations, mills, lathes and some of the best mechanics around to use them. I'm sure they'll come in handy for someone someday .
i did hydrolazing(another name for high pressure water blasting)in nuclear powers plants for 6 years. i also have a small sod grass farm(you lay it front yards) and im presently doing hydro surveyingdown here in the deep south
I'm a refuge manager for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 23 years in. Great job. But, as I move up the pay scale I spend way more time inside driving a computer than outside driving my pickup. Best days are out on the refuge. Worst days are, well, almost everything else.
I'm the production manager for a small Laser cutting company in Birmingham, England. I write NC programs, draw in 2D CAD, operate the machines and keep the staff in check. Pretty much run the place on my own. Been there just over a year.
My machine. ByStronic BySpeed 3015. 4.4kW. Can cut upto 25mm thick mild steel, 15mm Stainless Steel and around 10mm - 13mm Aluminium.
If you want anything cutting for your bike (radiator cover for example) then drop me a line with details and i'll do an estimated costing.
Post edited by: N0NB, at: 2007/12/06 09:08
1983 KZ1100 LTD Shaft
Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.
I'm an AME (aircraft maintenance engineer)licensed to fix airplanes and helicopters. I have my own "Transport Canada" approved aircraft maintenance repair facility.I also have an airplane I fly for hire.
I work for a company called Dukes, Inc. No one's ever heard of it, but it's been in business for 50 years.