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Link Posted: 8/12/2008 9:34:17 PM EST
[Last Edit: 8/12/2008 9:35:00 PM EST by solution_zero]
Tool/Die maker.
Link Posted: 8/16/2008 9:57:00 PM EST
Auto technician.
lots of land rovers
Link Posted: 8/16/2008 10:52:13 PM EST
Heavy duty field mechanic here, working out of Fort McMurray, Alberta.  Fix it all at any time, any weather down to -50 or so.  Field repair as required.  Units you see on the discovery channel are units that I have repaired and operated.  Vac trucks, drill rigs, shovels, haulers, gensets or light plants, they all show thier weaknesses when it gets cold.
Link Posted: 8/21/2008 12:19:15 PM EST
auto tech for about 6 years.  mostly jap but everything else too.  performance market for the last 2.
Link Posted: 9/4/2008 9:23:32 AM EST
Part owner/controller/do everything guy of a low voltage electrical contractor
Link Posted: 9/30/2008 12:48:48 AM EST
remodeling contractor
Link Posted: 10/1/2008 8:27:40 AM EST

Originally Posted By cx4stormer:
glazier, also a bonded locksmith.


I started glazing in 1980.  Did my share of residential, but now all we do is commercial.  It keeps the eats on the table.
Link Posted: 10/7/2008 12:51:42 PM EST
Tile setter/stone mason.
Link Posted: 10/10/2008 2:14:27 PM EST
Liquid Waste Management.  
    -it's a shitty business.  
Link Posted: 10/31/2008 11:41:19 PM EST
My card says Machinist lead :)
Link Posted: 11/11/2008 1:18:00 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 4:26:37 PM EST by ZW17]
You need to settle your debts before asking for work here bud, you give us all a bad name.

See here for info

~ZW17
Link Posted: 11/12/2008 12:49:26 PM EST
[Last Edit: 11/12/2008 12:50:45 PM EST by mgregg85]
I'm an apprentice electrician.  I've done some residential and commercial, mostly industrial.  If you've ever got a question about running miles of cable tray, I'm your guy.
Link Posted: 11/12/2008 10:04:01 PM EST
10+ years in telecommunications including 5 years in a national NOC doing chronic trouble/critical failure analysis on ATM Cell relay, frame relay, SONET, DCS, DSL, SS7, and VPOPDAS circuits and switching equipment. Currently doing Telecom field work including POTS, ADSL, HDSL, Cable and Fiber splicing, installation & repair. From installing a phone jack to troubleshooting your T1 or fiber optic lines I can help.


IC
Link Posted: 11/17/2008 3:46:19 PM EST
15 years in Sheetmetal (ductman) in commercial, industrial, and residential work.
Link Posted: 11/22/2008 10:49:22 PM EST
Master Plumber. Mostly been commercial and medical gas systems but I have been doing maintenance at one of the local school districts for the last 4.5 years. Self taught welder, fabricator, and heavy equip. operator. And my Pops is a retired mechanic with a background in heavy equip. I've been working on cars and tractors most of my life.
Link Posted: 12/4/2008 2:48:10 AM EST
When I'm not in class earning Business/Mil Sci degree I am a carpet cleaner. Been doing it for over a year now- specialize in carpet cleaning and upholstery but we can and do do water extraction/flood work-
Link Posted: 12/8/2008 10:20:06 PM EST
Started at a Cat dealer when i was 19 in the engine shop. Stayed there 4.5 years and now work for gas compressor company out of east tx.  Kinda makes me oilfield trash hu?
Link Posted: 12/13/2008 11:33:33 AM EST
Hardwood Floors 22 years exp.

I run my own flooring Co.in the Denver / Boulder area.
All types of wood flooring,laminate (pergo) installed
Sanding finishing/refinish
Repair,stairs,custom inlays,etc...

Anyone who needs help or advice feel free to ask.
Link Posted: 12/14/2008 5:11:59 PM EST
ASE Certified Master Auto Tech.GM and Chryser certs. been turning wrenches since 1988.
Driveability, electrical,hvac,suspension,brakes, everything but autotrans.
At your local friendly Chevrolet dealer.
Link Posted: 12/14/2008 8:11:58 PM EST
I sir was a Millwright for over 20 years. Including welding, pipefitter and machinist.   I worked Nuclear and Fossil Generation.   Now I am taking it easy.  I am a Safety officer for a city government in Arizona.   Will retire in about two years and move back to good ole NC and work part time in an Ace Hardware store making keys and fixin window screens.                


                 
Link Posted: 12/18/2008 7:18:09 PM EST
Well, right now I am an Aviation Ordnanceman on F/A 18C's, but when I get out I am going back to the HVAC thing, I got my associates degree in that before I joined.  Hopefully the job market will be back on its feet by then.
Link Posted: 1/6/2009 6:33:30 PM EST
MAin Job is Oilfield(parts manager)   but my side fun is building poker tables.  I have built 39 in the last6-7 years(only built about 6-7 in the last 4 years- to many projects and not enough time).. Heres a few pictures of a few tables- enjoy!

My personal table



My boss' table- built it 2 months ago- will get picutes later in his massive house!



random tables










Link Posted: 1/15/2009 6:01:18 PM EST
[Last Edit: 4/11/2009 9:14:37 PM EST by A2cat-man]
communications technician.  I spent 36 years as a cable splicer/cable maintenance/repair tech.  Retired from a local telco in Alaska and went to work for an electrical contractor.  3rd year there so far.  I kind of do everything now.  Run backhoe/excavators and dozers.  Splice cable when the need calls for it.  Hang strand and lash cable/fiber.  Do alot of traveling around the state.  "Dig the holes, plant the poles, string the golden wire.  Kiss the girls, twist their curls, set their pants on fire".  Just a little poem someone wrote on one of our show up shacks.

By the way BlownHolley, great looking tables.  Looks like some quality craftsmanship.
Link Posted: 1/18/2009 11:05:26 PM EST
went to school to be a machinist and worked as one for a few years. got a job offer with the navy and took it but they wanted me to weld...

so was a machinist and now welding i also spin all my own wrenches.
Link Posted: 2/19/2009 11:57:26 AM EST
Auto repair by trade for over 15 years in the last 4 years I have worked as a parts counterperson at a NAPA auto parts store.  I still supplement my income with part time repair work.  I am ASE certified and have been Chrysler certified in the past.  Chrysler corp 1997-04 is my specialty in most areas.  Most of the repair type work I focus on now has to do with driveability.  I however am aware that I do not know everything and I like to learn that is why I keep my ASE's up.  Any one with any questions on napa or chrysler stuff fell free to im me, who knows I might learn something also.
THANKS
Link Posted: 2/25/2009 2:07:27 PM EST
I do rood design and sustainability. I survey and figure out if a roof can be saved or if it is a total loss and needs a tear off. Comercial and residentail, all types.
Link Posted: 2/25/2009 10:54:10 PM EST
X ray/ CT tech! I can help with questions about the anatomy or diagnostic imaging...
Link Posted: 2/28/2009 7:20:03 PM EST
[Last Edit: 2/28/2009 7:22:57 PM EST by Sgt_Fury]
I am a third generation sheet rock man. My gran paw started doing sheet rock when it replaced lathe and plaster work here in the south.
can do it all from hanging to finishing. Only thing I have not done is knock down finish since it never caught on down here in the south...well they do it in Florida but
not in most other southern states.
due to the recent decline in building I am probably (if things work out) soon to be employed with a major NASCAR racing team..hopefully
Link Posted: 4/15/2009 1:07:41 PM EST
I've worked on high lift / light dirt / small engine equipment for the last 4 years. This includes hydraulic, electronic and mechanical diagnosis and repair. Always happy to share my limited knowledge.
Link Posted: 4/15/2009 1:45:32 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 4:28:31 PM EST by ZW17]
Please start a thread with your topic, this is not the place to discuss welders.

Thank you,
ZW17
Link Posted: 4/20/2009 2:00:04 AM EST
I am a Supervisor for a Concrete flooring company. I've done it all except finishing.usually we are there way after that.

Tile,Epoxy, terrazzo, polished concrete, dyeing, etching, decorative, and expantion joint repairs.





I am sort of a jack of all trades and master of none except concrete flooring. Worked commerical construction,framing and finish, for 2 years, built modular homes for 1 year, and the above 4 years.
Link Posted: 4/29/2009 6:43:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 4/29/2009 7:37:12 PM EST by 02Tbird]
Industrial Electrician(Journeyman)
Instructor= Industrial Electricity Courses
Dog trainer (hobby)
Link Posted: 5/26/2009 3:25:28 PM EST
I'm training to become a Burner Technician for commercial and industrial boiler systems.  I've been working for this company on and off since the end of 2005, and have been full time since the end of 2008.  I'm looking into going for my Journeyman's card for electrical.  I graduated from NC State with a degree in Civil Engineering, my concentration was structural systems.
Link Posted: 5/30/2009 5:40:37 PM EST
Plumbing contractor

New construction, service repairs, filter systems, hydronic heating systems.
Link Posted: 6/8/2009 12:12:57 PM EST
Technician in a GM dealership

gmcfixer
Link Posted: 6/13/2009 10:16:11 PM EST
I am third generation Drive Line specialist, owner /operator and head technician of Master Tech Transmissions ®.   I have been rebuilding automatic and manual transmissions since they were made of Cast Iron, and still do. I rebuilt automatic and manual transmissions, transfer cases and differential for any make and model. 40 plus years and still counting.


Link Posted: 8/21/2009 12:16:26 PM EST
I'm a CO (central office) tech for a telecommunications company. 10+ years  (A 5E tech for you telecom whores out there)  I also support VOIP (voice over IP), internet and all sorts of data circuits.  I also help a friend wire comercial buildings for networks.

I also own rental properties. So I'm a "Slumlord" if you will.  

Not sure how I can help anyone out other than how but am more than willing if anyone has a question.
Link Posted: 8/26/2009 10:41:18 PM EST
29 years old GM dealership mechanic for 11 years. Specialty is automatic transmission. I will do my best to help out. Have been in the shop since I was about 5.  My uncle has a machine shop in Mexico Mo. I dabble in all sorts of home improvement much like all the rest of you guys.    "If you can figure it out yourself why pay to have it done?"
Link Posted: 8/28/2009 1:25:41 AM EST
Airplane Mechanic.



I was certificated back in Dec 98, however I have some previous MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) experience.  



Most, hell all of my experience is on what's called Transport Category aircraft, aka heavy tin over 12,500 lbs.  Oct will mark 10 years working for Delta Air Lines, with the bulk of it in Line Maintenance where we're the pointy tip of the spear.



DC-3, Convair 240,340,440, Lockheed L-1011, DC-9, DC-10, MD-88, MD-90, MD-11, Boeing 727,737,747,757,767,777, and Airbus A330

Link Posted: 9/2/2009 7:13:35 PM EST
Before going into LE, I ran an 8-employee residential framing/remodeling company. We placed an emphasis on turn-key additions, like carports, garages, and workshops––from planning to completion. I have experience in framing, roofing, fiber-cement/wood siding, decks, and tile/laminate floors. I also did my share of door replacements, trim carpentry, and drywall/painting.

I still do small jobs on the side for cash, and I still love the smell of freshly cut pine/spruce!
Link Posted: 9/22/2009 5:39:47 PM EST
Master Electrician - by trade

I came up through the trade doing industrial and commercial, with some residential and service work along the way.  Nowadays I don't wear my tools, but rather I estimate for a large contractor and do some design-build work as well.
Link Posted: 10/10/2009 9:17:28 AM EST
I am a former new construction framing co owner (wood ) mostly. Now  a remodeling/ Handyman ,I can just about repair anything due to a lifetime curiosity of how things work.As a kid I took everything apart ,radios, BB guns, batteries, its a wonder I'm still alive .Many shocks and explosions ,I also tore up a lot of shit but  now I can figure out almost anything mechanical or electronic related.I will gladly help whoever I can,most home appliances are simple and all made by the same manufacturers so the differences are a name only most of the time. I do a lot at Yahoo answers also .I just use a different name there . E-mail or IM and I will do what I can for you.
Link Posted: 10/10/2009 10:52:29 PM EST
Originally Posted By JSparks:
I am a former new construction framing co owner (wood ) mostly. Now  a remodeling/ Handyman ,I can just about repair anything due to a lifetime curiosity of how things work.As a kid I took everything apart ,radios, BB guns, batteries, its a wonder I'm still alive .Many shocks and explosions ,I also tore up a lot of shit but  now I can figure out almost anything mechanical or electronic related.I will gladly help whoever I can,most home appliances are simple and all made by the same manufacturers so the differences are a name only most of the time. I do a lot at Yahoo answers also .I just use a different name there . E-mail or IM and I will do what I can for you.


Welcome, dude! I also had a framing company (in the Mobile area) but I got out while the getting was still good. Last time I talked to some associates there, they were really getting the shaft due to the economy.

Link Posted: 10/15/2009 7:29:25 AM EST
Unemployed machinist in Dayton Ohio.
Link Posted: 10/28/2009 10:14:50 AM EST
I've been a machinist for going on ten 10 years now. Kinda done a lot of everything but now work in an R&D shop for an oil company. Love making functional parts from a raw piece of material, makes a guy feel like he accomplished something at the end of the day. I am always more than happy to help out with any machining questions you may have. Hit me up any time.
Link Posted: 11/27/2009 11:06:17 PM EST
Broadcast and Cellular Tower Erector, RF Radio and Equipment Installer, Commercial Radio Operator - 14 years

FAA Parachute Rigger - 4 years

Just received my USCG MMC (new name for MMD) and working towards being a Ships Radio Officer in the Maritime Industry now - 2 months

Too tired and old to climb towers anymore, it's a young man game!



Link Posted: 11/28/2009 6:09:00 PM EST
this is what i do

Link Posted: 12/22/2009 4:51:24 AM EST
Im a ACI (American Concrete Institute)certified Concrete contractor in Spokane, Washington. I specialize in Decorative Concrete. I come from a commercial flatwork backround Mostly superflat floors, ESD(Electrostatic discharge) floors and Very large commercial.

.Im currently doing Flat work, Exposed, Stamp, Staining, Polishing, Micro Tops,Concrete repair, Underlayment, Overlays, Stampable overlays, Epoxy/ Poly Espartic and vertical stamp.

During the winter i travel and do training for various manufactuers Brickform, Scofield, Old Castle, Proline, Fossilcrete..Ive worked all over the world.

If any one has any questions at all, or a project there doing or needs help with anything.......ask away

Link Posted: 12/26/2009 11:05:11 PM EST
What if i get stuck doing a lil bit of everything, lol
I own a Fab/Machine shop In lincolnton GA, anything from welding, brake, milling, and lathe work and i am also the lead man over the R&D department of a company that manufactures windshields for golf carts and builds handi-cap scooters and golfcarts. My grandfather started it with e-z-go not long after they started up so i can do almost anything when it comes to an e-z-go golfcart.
Link Posted: 12/30/2009 9:20:15 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/31/2009 7:07:32 AM EST by mydogsnameisruger]
15 year as a Residential, light commercial HVAC tech/installer
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