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    could you identify the machines used ?

    hi ,

    i need to identify the machines (like all of them) used in this video :
    and then ,get the result to my professor who would
    bet his whole life on the fact that we haven't learned anything !
    (dude has a point ) , yet , i desperately need to prove him wrong .

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    is there by any chance a manufacturing engineer here who could help ?
    i would really appreciate it . tnx
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    Administrator Kelly Bramble's Avatar
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    You need to contact the company within the video-advertisement and ask...

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    don't you think I've already tried that ?

    so ,,

    here is what I'm gonna do . I'm gonna march up to Mr. beep , beeeep ....beep.
    and tell him face to face , nose to nose :
    you maybe right .I haven't learned a thing , but at least I'm not the only one .
    and I got a whole forum to back me up on this .

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    Point one: Well, one thing you haven't learned for sure is how to communicate in a professional environment. If you want to be taken seriously by other engineers you should make some effort to express yourself as someone worthy to be taken seriously. A little grammar, sentence structure, spelling, and punctuation can go a long way.

    Point two: You made the professor's point for him in that you had to ask for help on something you obviously knew nothing about. If you intended to learn something from this forum and then present it to him as if you knew it all along, they have a word for that: plagiarism. Another word for it: lying. Neither is a good attribute an employer wants in his employees. If you wanted to present it to him as something that you learned by independent research, and credit this forum as your source, that is a different matter.

    Point three: No one is born with that knowledge. There could be two reasons you don't know it. One, your professor did not do his job of imparting knowledge. Two, you did not do your job of learning it. I know which one I suspect just based on your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe-tailor View Post
    don't you think I've already tried that ?
    Well, actually I don't.. Since there where several machines momentarily shown between the advertising pitches for the company involved, I'm going to guess that you mean the "Table CNC".

    I would read and re-read jboggs post above, BTW..

    You're welcome...

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    jboggs, great way to lead by example. Professional, effective and most of all, correct.

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