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Thread in 'Other Chat' started by Matts Turbo'd, Jan 10, 2014.
Cool why specifically oil and minerals just interested in them ??
fair enough i pressume its all about getting the knack of it i struggled a little when i started with mig had some amazing booger welds but a little better now
Yeah, volcanologist, seismologist would also be cool. But from what I've seen there aren't as many jobs available and they don't get paid as much. Anything would be a good start, but ideally I need to do a Masters yet. Then Mud logging or something
Its a lot about getting a feel for it, once you have the basics its just about practice and asking people who can do it for tips.
Mig is a breeze compared to tig
Financial Analyst for a large Housing Developers.
fair enough its presumably no an easy thing to get into either
fair enough i think i will have to try go use my mates set up and have a dabble in it as i currently havent got a tig or mig set up
They let me up for air every now and then. Yeah it is good lots of variety.
what does that involve just looking at how money is being used???
fair enough but strikes me as very intresting and unique thing to do
Software Validation Engineer (Software Tester) here. Been doing this for about 6 years now.
sounds pretty cool job so do you just sit a computer all day
As said above TIG is supposed to be more difficult. But i took to it quite quickly i am not codded but i do a fair bit cryogenic stuff hear at work so no leaks of any kind. Its a coordination thing both hands doing what you want and a foot pedal. Like driving really once you get the hang of it simples.
Its not bad Gymbob. I am fairly new to car modding so i am getting to grips with that. Forced induction is the next project for me i think.
Electrical Engineer turned Facilities Manager for a HD Diesel Injector manufacturer.
If your not coded you really shouldn't be doing any cryo stuff, that's supposed to be done by qualified welders and then NDT'd afterward.
If your work is caught using non-coded welders they can get into DEEP shit !
Working on medical devices - Sometimes on a pc in the office but also spend time in the lab - Blood gas analyzers and urine analyzers
like i said its a case of getting a knack for it like driving as you put it i think i will have to try it and see if im any cop at it if im not think ill just have to practice for a bit to get it down and what u putting forced induction on
sounds quite important
again another interesting job how do u manufacture for if you dont mind me asking
Mainly DAF, Volvo and Daimler