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DB_Wilson
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Re: Craftsmanship
DB_Wilson   4/20/2012 9:52:32 AM
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A hundred years ago it was not I.T. that shut down operations, it was I.S. (industrial steam).

JimP
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JimP   4/20/2012 9:48:26 AM
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We've gotten the universal motors installed.  Were just waiting on management to see if they go with Edison or Tesla to power this equipment.  Either way, we're set.

wheely
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wheely   4/20/2012 9:38:04 AM
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 Just think if it were 100 years from now we would be setting at home getting unemployment checks.

Bob Salter
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Bob Salter   4/20/2012 9:35:38 AM
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Caption: "We're all waiting for the electrician to come off his break to turn the main  power switch on."

jelvidge
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jelvidge   4/20/2012 9:35:14 AM
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Coffee breaks were dull affairs before the on-site Costa.

Scott1313
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Scott1313   4/20/2012 9:31:42 AM
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Has anyone found the thermostat for the AC in this joint yet? It is hot up in this trailer.

Bruce T
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LEAN Manufacturing
Bruce T   4/20/2012 9:25:59 AM
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Check out the guy in the center of the picture.

This was how LEAN MANUFACTURING was DISCOVERED!

 

tkane
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Phot Caption
tkane   4/20/2012 9:23:41 AM
The same thought ran through everyone's mind.  Break was over 5 minutes ago and how long had the boss been standing there?

tkwanderson
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caption
tkwanderson   4/20/2012 9:16:21 AM
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Everyone could see something was missing, but without the systems architecture drawing, nobody knew!

HarryB
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HarryB   4/20/2012 9:15:52 AM
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"What a nightmare... I dreamt I was trapped in the Electronic Engineering Times "Immortal Works" contest...   :^)

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