If you're reading this write a joke in the comments
False. An engineer can put on paper how something SHOULD work, but to fix things you need a mechanic and a tech.
@ThePandaPool , All three right here at your service sir. Charge is $125/hr so I'm even cheap to boot.
@ThePandaPool , False - an engineer
pretty important to be able to do something if you're going to have to explain it
@ThePandaPool , just need to lookup the model, usually there’s dozens of tutorials for any model.
@salty joe, worked on plenty of machines that were designed by engineers. It is quite obvious when something is designed by someone who has no practical experience, and no advice taken from the mechanics and techs that actually build and maintain such equipment.
@salty joe, I wish this were true. As an engineering student, many of my classmates have no idea how to turn a screwdriver. It's disheartening and makes me fear for the future of engr. I try to do what I can to teach people but some engineering students are 1) pompous know-it-alls who must know better than me especially if they have a good GPA and 2) unwilling to learn anything because they just need the degree and the money that comes with it. They're getting jobs too. Kinda scary when you hear an AE student in your buddy's senior project group ask how to figure out the lift and drag over and airfoil for their project when they already have a wing-body plane built.
I was lucky enough to have a father to teach me and a job as a service tech to teach me more.
Don't take ut for granted that engineering students know the ins and outs of how something works. For me, that's the only way I can really understand it and do well in a class. For some, it's just "use these equations here".
@mas2de, just an observation I've made, and you're going through school now. Look into corrugated box manufacturing equipment, like Fosber, Bobst and Martan. Good money there and it's an industry that is only going to expand due to it being easily recycled, and the increase in online shopping.
@ThePandaPool , thank you very much for the tip. I'm aero though and have my heart set on rocketry in the So Cal area at least for the next couple years.
@ThePandaPool , Nah you just need me.
@mas2de, lol. Have at it. I dont shoot for the stars. Just look for good reliable work.
@ThePandaPool , all tree here señor! English no bueno but i charge $50/hr so I’m cheaper than @mas2de
A joke in the comments
@Michael Jay Caboose, ... A joke in the sack.
@Michael Jay Caboose, 10/10 would comedy again
@Good Guy Satan, 👉😎👉
Who hears the case if God sues the devil?
@Murray Goldstein, Buddha
@Murray Goldstein, Bob Ross
@Murray Goldstein, Miya Rudolph
(That’s a reference to the good place, watch it it’s amazing 😉)
Some all powerful God. Has no idea this is happening, and can’t compel anyone to obey him.
That’s why the One True God is the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
I think the Devil is more likely to sue because of slander in the bible, it’s why he’s been hoarding lawyers
@theprofprofessor, Now you're getting it!
Sounds like something I'd do. I'll stay in the warm part though. And I can play with antennas but if anything it legit broken on those, we'll have to go back to cable. Sorry, antennas are witchcraft. JFM I tell ya. Wait for an EE who did antenna work. I can make the thing for him because he'll likely have no clue how to turn the handles on the clapped out Bridgeport and Clausing to make what he wanted drop in the chip tray.
It might be a while before we get another enginerd though.
@mas2de, its like your trying to tell me something but i dont speak gibberish.
@mycatsanahole, It's a combination of engineering, manufacturing, redneck and Kanuck.
I've been calling them "drinks with umbrellas in them" all my life and now I feel foolish