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radamat


Posts: 223
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@freelance

Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 18:53
  • You will be able to live well, why not. It's a bit to take in two years. I wish you from the bottom of my heart even more to earn, I think it will. just work and work and no lines of reasoning for ...



New York

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Career choices: How about Drafting?

Friday, September 03, 2010 at 03:50
Post rated 5.00
  • I am looking at taking a two year long drafting course. It should teach me everything I need to know and they claim I'll be able to get a job right after I graduate. It seems the median salary for beginning draftsmen is about $46K a year. Will I be ...

Top tags: salary, Draftsman, West Virginia.


Mica ubica
The truth liberates

Posts: 341
Responses: 234

Nice job

Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 17:15
Post rated 4.75
  • It all depends on how you draw and how you are able to offer the market what it wants. What I'm saying is that there is always someone needs something in the field of illustration, or to begin a quality that you do that, you just have to learn Corel ...
Most recent responses:
  • 02/23/17 17:38: I agree (by Tanja1)



NxS27

Posts: 399
Responses: 104

Draft

Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 12:44
  • I am glad to see young people knowing and focusing toward what they want. And with that said, I congratulate you on your choice of career. Hope the job kicks off really fast. And when it comes to money, I think that $46k is more then enough per year ...

Ryan Bingham
Imagine your life in a suitcase

Posts: 24
Responses: 0

The Best CNC Lathe Machines

Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 17:27
Post rated 3.50
The Best CNC Lathe Machines
  • The Best CNC Lathe MachinesComputer Numerical Controlled (CNC) lathes are starting to replace older production lathes mainly because of their ease of setting, operation, repeatability and accuracy. Which CNC lathe brand do you think is the best?: ...
Most recent responses:
  • 01/30/17 09:37: Gongtie (by deedan9)
  • 02/08/17 11:14: EMAG (by bc007)
  • 02/16/17 00:55: EMAG (by Jb (2))

Top tags: CNC, lathe, cnc lathe, accuracy, MOri Seiki.


Tanja1
It's not gold everything that shine

Posts: 454
Responses: 311

Popular job

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 18:01
Post rated 4.00
  • Excellent choice, congratulations, this interest is highly sought after and well paid. With that amount of money can very much do i live very nicely. You can, for example, from these payments every month to buy what you need for work to business can ...

Top tags: income, payments, work independently.


Sofia,Bulgaria

Posts: 2
Responses: 0

student length of service

Thursday, February 11, 2010 at 03:13
Post rated 3.82
student length of service
  • I am final year student at the Technical University of Sofia at the moment as specialized cold processing machines "(setup and programming of CNC ...
Most recent responses:
  • 01/09/17 14:35: congrats (by rudiKV)

Top tags: CNC, cnc machines, programming, setup of machines, cold machines.


Maree
History is made at night...

Posts: 324
Responses: 805

Popular job

Wednesday, January 04, 2017 at 19:52
  • It is very popular job. Good for you. 46K a year it is really good sum of money. You could live comfortably. I would buy more and more stuff that i need for work so i don't know is that included in price of the salary. but sure maybe with that job ...

Top tags: price, salary, earn money, freelancers, includes price.



divinesun

Posts: 274
Responses: 38

Drafting

Wednesday, January 04, 2017 at 02:56
  • First, I have to congratulate you, it is a great choice. Like any other career, you need to get your skills right, and you have to be patient until success starts arriving. $46k sounds quite enough for a decent ...

Top tags: decent, living.



New York

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Responses: 0

DIY: 3-axis CNC hobby motor controller?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 15:55
Post rated 5.00
  • What is the difference between a "hobby motor" (with two wires), a servo motor and a stepper motor? What is best for making a 3-axis hobby CNC ...

Top tags: CNC, cnc machine, hobby, cnc controllers, stepper motors.

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