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Old 04-08-2021, 12:01 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by Graysonhogs View Post
Just something to think about: A good manual machinist can set up and touch off tools, especially if it's already programmed. It's not a big jump to cnc when the program is already written. Just a thought. I understand it's a temporary job, but showing a manual machinist how to do that may be better than waiting on a cnc guy.
The guy I hired a few weeks ago was primarily a manual guy with a bit of CNC experience. I agree with your assertion, and hired him, he is working out well, which is quite refreshing considering the one before him.....
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