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What am I going to do all day now?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by caseysmowing, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. caseysmowing

    caseysmowing LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,923

    I do run and setup more than one machine most of the time. I'm just lucky to have the nicest one out of about 60 machines. I can operate about 9 out of those 60. This post was kinda of a joke if some of y'all didn't pick up on that. Got to change another part. Lol
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  2. 94gt331

    94gt331 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,695

    I don't understand this thread what is a cnc or whatever. I don't even know what your talking about at all.
  3. Darryl G

    Darryl G LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 8,033

    CNC is a type of mill.

    Posts: 1,343

    I doubt many people in any area would complain about forty k base pay with the economy the way it is.
    Good luck with the move to ft.
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  5. orangemower

    orangemower LawnSite Silver Member
    from pa
    Posts: 2,773

    You guys that don't know what a CNC machine is, try googling CNC one time and you'll become educated that quick! When I read something and don't know what it is, I google. It's VERY educational. Try it, you might like it.

    "computer numerical control"
    Just so you know, I've used them before.
  6. jsslawncare

    jsslawncare LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,674

    I use to manage an auto machine shop. I ran the block department(I did all the machine work on all engine blocks) and I had a computer set up beside my boring bar. So after each set up, E-bay motors was my choice. I was like the OP every 3 to 6 minutes.

    CNC is any machine that is Computer numerical control.
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2012
  7. jsslawncare

    jsslawncare LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,674

    Judging by your name I'd say you have a 1994 Ford Mustang GT with a .030 302 with a 3.250 stroke which = 331 cubic inches. If so you should have picked up on the talk. I maybe wrong.

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