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The Engineers Black Book is a Pocket Sized Reference Guide for Machinist's, Engineers, Designers and Makers. It contains Full colour, Tear Resistant. The Engineers Black Book is a Pocket Sized Reference Guide for Machinist's, Engineers, Designers and Makers. ENGINEERS BLACK BOOKLook Inside. Engineers Black Book - 3rd Edition Inch [Pat Rapp] on ediclumpoti.ga *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pocket Size ( in High x 4 in Wide) Machinist.


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How much should X charge for that service visit? Remember he is the only guy in the world who has the knowledge to do what is needed to make this job happen, and once done it will enable the former customer to go on to make millions in revenue.

So anyhow this story kind of rings pretty close to home for me as I am almost in that spot. There are only two people in the world who know how to set that machine up to do certain things. One of those people was my mentor and the other is your's truly, I spent 2 years essentially apprenticing under my mentor to learn what I now know about how to make these machines sing.

I keep on asking my employer to allow me to train someone else as I kind of am a little bored and after 4 years working on the same machines and since we as a company do plenty of custom machinery, I don't think it is unreasonable to ask for a new challenge. So at any rate I suspect what I write about above is more common then ever before.

In today's world so much of our modern machinery is all animated and brought to life by software, where something as simple as a 0 in just the right spot in hundreds of lines of code can means the difference between a process working or not.

I bet it is quite common to see an vendor's ex employee paid a lot of money to show up and change that one magic little parameter that no one else knows about from a 1 to a 0. As if the thread hasn't already gone too far off the initial topic yet, it is really cool how modern machinery works, I will come into work and see an urgent email in my inbox from a customer in Singapore who has one of these machines in the product line I manage.

Singapore is exactly 12hrs apart from me here in the Northeast USA and while I know someone over there does have my cell I have thankfully yet had to get a frantic 1am phone call.

None the less our machines log data once per second on hundreds of different parameters, they will email me the log file with guys on the email chain insisting that they have a bad valve, and detailing out a whole day's effort troubleshooting their new machine. I spend a few moments looking at the logs, and see that it is clear that the valve is working just fine but rather they happened to break their flowmeter.

With some data analysis tools I can even pinpoint the exact moment an operator error caused them to break the flowmeter and show them how to prevent it from happening again I then send over screen shots showing where in the software that runs the machine they can change a 1 to a 0 as a temporary workaround too keep them limping along till they can get a replacement flowmeter set up and I quickly become a hero for a day in Singapore!

The machine is returned to limited production until a spare can be expedited in. Warren , AM I still count a lot on Kent's Mechanical Engineer's Handbook from my dad, and my Marks Handbook which was given to me on my 21st birthday with graduation in sight and a career in the offering - and signed by my dad - one of my most treasured possessions.

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Joe in NH I just recently acquired an edition of the Marks hand book, 2nd if memory serves me right. There is quite a lot stuff in there.

I can see where a engineer would find it very useful. Even us low down dirty welders and mechanics can find good useful understandable information in there too : While I do have a copy of the EBB, I find that in the shop I use the Machinerys handbook or American Machinists handbook from the 40's most often. And once I have read some more of whats in the Marks book I am sure I will consult it for many things.

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My last job at a Fortune Architect-Engineering firm was training my replacement - a "new" Syrian engineer in the country on a Green Card - brought to this country by my employer on "gain experience visa. Needless to say he is settling in.

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Most relevant reviews See all 36 reviews.Correct me if I am wrong in my assumption but from reading your past posts weren't you employed in the utility system watching over large power plants? It is kind of shocking that some bean counter in the power industry would think that replacing an old timer with 30yrs experience with a newbie makes good financial sense. This item doesn't belong on this page.

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Extreamly Useful. With some data analysis tools I can even pinpoint the exact moment an operator error caused them to break the flowmeter and show them how to prevent it from happening again I then send over screen shots showing where in the software that runs the machine they can change a 1 to a 0 as a temporary workaround too keep them limping along till they can get a replacement flowmeter set up and I quickly become a hero for a day in Singapore!

This handy pocket sized book, is the best engineering book that I, have ever seen, after having read the first 50 pages in less than 7 hours, this alone makes it a very useful book to anybody who is an engineer or want to be engineer.

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