That works really well, even on a post from Ox.Finding a long-winded pm post..or just about anything on the computer you don't wish to read then Copy Paste it to a Word doc...and let Word read it to you.
Most Word programs have this feature
If you do not seem to have it then search "Reader on Microsoft Word" to learn how to add the reader icon to your taskbar.
*Indicated by an A that is to the right a few places from the Word save icon.
And never put on a wheel on a machine with not dressing it.....because the next guy/or you may have an accident.I never bolt a vise into a machine without indicating it. If I do not have time to indicate it for some weird reason I turn it sideways with no bolts in it so that whoever come in after me don't have to guess. I do the same with tools I never put a tool in and not touch it off. I'll leave them laying on the table or rack beside the machine.
exactly. I know some folks will say "well you should always double check" and that's true, but it saves a lot of time if you know exactly where you are at on a job or machine. I even put notes in my program when I go to lunch" stopped here for lunch", just in case I forget where I was at when I come back.And never put on a wheel on a machine with not dressing it..
I am puting this out there mostly for the younger crowd that seem to be slowly working their way into our trade:
I just cringe when I see fellas with glasses and no hat. Getting a hot chip behind the glasses would be the worst possible scenario as far as I'm concerned. Sure, there are some glasses out there that have side and top visors, and those are likely better than just regular glasses. (safety or not) But if you have a pr of glasses, AND you pull your hat down tight to the top of your glasses, then no hot chips are getting in behind your glasses, nor landing on your forehead, and some of us have more forehead than we used to....
Think Snow Eh!