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Old 12-15-2014, 08:58 AM
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Morning everyone.

Just getting the week started.
Not much going on yet, but the day is just starting. Spent Saturday teaching some of the kids at my son's school some machining basics. They showed me the robot that they are currently working on. Neat little unit. They are going to get the drawings to me and I will show them how to make their parts more accurately. The plan is to make a part to show them and then have them make a part themselves.
My DW is getting started on doing more glass fusing now that the kiln is easier to get to and the recipies are figured out. She went out and got a bunch of glass to start making some items for Christmas. That should keep us out of trouble for a while.

Have a good one.

Carlos
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Old 12-17-2014, 12:18 AM
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That's great students get to do some machining, I made my living as a machinist. Its a good trade. Engineering,welding and machining are a great combination.

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