I'm a mechanic, so when the can is filled I fvcking empty it, because I understand that at some point it needs to be done, and this would be a clusterfvck if you had to empty it without making a mess.
it's fun working on a machine designed by engineers that have no practical experience.
@ThePandaPool , seriously though, people need to replace the fvcking bag when its full, its not that goddamn hard
@ThePandaPool , I managed a few shops a few years ago. Injection molding machines, CNC mills and Lathes, laser engravers, Wire Edms, etc. if I saw anyone walk past a full can or try to throw something in one I would scold them. Trash cans were always empty in on my ship.
@ThePandaPool , as an electrician turned engineer can confirm part of the design process involves making sure it’s not easy to work on after installation
@ThePandaPool , mech e here, I promise I’ll never make a car without consulting a grease monkey
@Captain Anderson, cars are such a clusterfvck now that I only work on the ones I've built myself.
@ThePandaPool , hey I’m a mechanic too. Hi.
@ThePandaPool , mechanics unite! I'm in engineering school as well since this industry is not worth it for the long term
@ThePandaPool , I am also a mechanic. Just felt obligated to respond
@ThePandaPool , the problem is, engineers are creative, yet lazy.
That's good... Now close the bag.
@Duncan5769, just use another bad, put it on with the opening facing the bottom of the can and then pull the first bag up.
Why the hell are you throwing plastic bottles in the trash?
As an engineer I would have setup an automated system that would require only quarterly maintenance with little downtime in order to transport the trash to the nearest outside dumpster.
An engineer would build it. An art major would try to sell it
Just take the trash out yourself. It starts to really smell at that point