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> From: Christopher Wright <chrisw(--nospam--at)skypoint.com>

> On Apr 8, 2006, at 8:48 AM, James Getaz wrote:
> 
> > The weld symbol is correct, and I duplicate it in a sketch because I
> > never know when I'll get another welder that does not know how to read
> > symbols.

> drawing or provided the wrong drawing or said that the stupid engineer
> didn't know what he needed. And save a thump or two for the QA people
> who didn't catch it. Hell, the weld shop foreman should have caught it.

We don't need no steenkin' QA ... zee welders know what zey are doeeng!
We do beeger theengs than thees all zee time, Tabernac!

A direct quote, more or less. I also had difficulty with material grades
from this fabricator.

-- 
R. Paul Ransom, P. Eng.
Civil/Structural/Project/International
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
<mailto:ado26(--nospam--at)hwcn.org> <http://www.hwcn.org/~ad026/civil.html>

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