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Old 01-02-2014, 01:21 PM   #561
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I own a masonry company, (bricklaying).
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Old 01-03-2014, 02:15 AM   #562
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Couple more pics of the work we did over the week
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Awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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I cannot post my office. I am an Engineer now designing custom software for Capital Projects at an integrated oil major...(yes probably 1 of the 4 or 5 you are thinking of)
not "my" stuff but the software i design builds these:


and these:


I have worked every division of Big Oil from E&P to Oil Products to Lubricants to Marketing and even commodities trading. Awesome to see some of guys here that do DCS, Control systems work too. I used to work on Honeywell TDC3000, Experion, Yokogawa Exaquantum, Emerson Delta V, foxboro, allen brandley PLCs, triconix, wonderware, and many more...But I got into Upstream (the bonuses are bigger)
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Awesome. Thanks for sharing. Beautiful photos too. Sounds interesting.


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One of the many things playing with my cnc machine.
[MENTION=163718]Chillout[/MENTION] Looks interesting. What is it used for? Thanks for sharing too.

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Just put in an offer on this one as the next to be redone. Looks really dirty but 85% of it comes off with a little spit shine. No structural changes need to be made, no moving walls, adding doors, or adding rooms. Just a new HVAC, a real good cleaning, redo bathrooms, kitchen, and patio. Slap some new flooring and paint on that sucker, and we'll be golden. Hallway is the only room that still has flooring, everything else has new plywood sub flooring. The plot is almost 2 acres to so lots of space or a possible second residential unit near the back of the propert.

I was worried about the area as I didn't know it very well, but when I pulled up and a saw a nice '09-10 F150 in the neighbors driveway, I felt more comfortable!



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[MENTION=146349]goneFXcrazy[/MENTION] That is cool...Ha ha

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Rim was cut clean through from the rotor when the bearing hub broke apart from the spindle. Customer claimed she never head a thing till she realized the tire was flat.

How in the hell do you not hear or feel this?
[MENTION=48640]sylver91[/MENTION] Gheeze that looks bad too.
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Do the racing stripes make them faster?
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Ha. That's just the mark so we know which ones to load.
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Im Processor operator in the winter and grounds man for an asphalt plant during the summer.

My machine, 2013 hitachi 210 with a waratah B622 head.

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This is the best picture I can find of the plant. This is a 300 ton per hour plant, I spend about half my time at this plant and about half at a 400 ton plant.

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I own a masonry company, (bricklaying).
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I found these pictures taken from the bridge of my last ship when I was overseas. The sea waves were 15' to 20' that day, it made the forward berthing area an anti-gravity chamber at times!
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Whoa...That looks scary. Thanks for sharing.

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That is me in the red helmet getting the initial recon and quick fixes on a acrylic acid roll over on I-75 in Michigan this past Spring. I went as part of the county hazmat team, but also joined my ERT from work for the longer duration. With my new job, I could just take a picture of my desk, but that is not exciting or different.
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Thanks for sharing. Sounds like it would be scary because of Hazmat and stuff. How long did it take to clean up a spill like that?

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Thanks for sharing. Awesome and beautiful work
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