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I would just like to say thank you to all the Forum members (and Ross) for your contributions to the forum over the years. Many of you may not know, but I graduated in August with my degree in Welding Engineering Technology from Pennsylvania college of Technology. I start working for a large Aerospace company in 2 weeks in California which will be my first full time Welding Engineering position since being laid off in March.
The information I have gathered on here helped me both in my course work and in my professional career over the last year. I was able to stump quite a few teachers and bring some valuable design information to my jobs with the great resources posted here everyday.
Thank you all and you'll be seeing more of me as I spend a good portion (don't tell my boss) of my work day browsing this sight.
>I spend a good portion (don't tell my boss) of my work day browsing this sight.
LOL...me too buddy. Congrats on the new job!
Congrats, good luck with the new job.
Well done Metarinka, but hey this welding caper ain't Rocket Science. :)
please let me join the circle of congratulars! Superb, and all the best with your new appointment!
But I would like to join you either, using therefore your quote: "I would just like to say thank you to all the Forum members (and Ross) for your contributions to the forum over the years."
This is excellent said and this is exactly the way I myself feel as well. This is the 'World's Greatest Welding Forum' (Copyright by 'ssbn727' :-)) and this it is due to so many great experts and people are unselfishly contributing their tremendous knowledge to be shared with the worldwide welding community!
Congratulations on your accomplishment. :-)
Congradulations dude, it's gotta be a really cool feeling knowing you're gonna moving across the country
Congratulations, I hope it all works out for you.
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