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Job title according to HR: Hardware Engineer
What people call me when something goes wrong that has NOTHING to do with hardware ****** IT!!!

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Switchgear Quotations Specialist for Rexel USA in Jacksonville, FL
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Flowback operator in the oilfield. 38 states and 3 countries later I'm in south texas


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Switchgear Quotations Specialist for Rexel USA in Jacksonville, FL
Plus im a Volunteer Firefighter in Yulee, FL
I too work for Rexel. I am an Area Credit Manager.

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Retired from Halliburton after 30.5 years, for 12 years now, I have worked for a school district in Texas as a tech specialist, doin everthing from repairing computers, network administration, to running the sound system at school events.

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I work for Autodesk, the makers of AutoCAD And another 150 software platforms.
Work from home in South Louisiana.

I'm an Oil and Gas Solution Software expert.


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I work for Autodesk, the makers of AutoCAD And another 150 software platforms.
Work from home in South Louisiana.

I'm an Oil and Gas Solution Software expert.


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Do you guys do SolidWorks? Using that a lot at school... I've used an older version of AutoCad... Hated it.


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Do you call him "The Big Guy upstairs"?

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Do you guys do SolidWorks? Using that a lot at school... I've used an older version of AutoCad... Hated it.


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I support SolidWorks and AutoCAD. SolidWorks is pretty dadgumned impressive, I installed a 3D-Printer onto the Network late last year and the plastic product designs printing out of SolidWorks are impressive. The first print job I sent to it for a Test Print was a small Crescent Wrench, so we had a Plastic Adjustable Crescent Wrench that was printed from SolidWorks.

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I support SolidWorks and AutoCAD. SolidWorks is pretty dadgumned impressive, I installed a 3D-Printer onto the Network late last year and the plastic product designs printing out of SolidWorks are impressive. The first print job I sent to it for a Test Print was a small Crescent Wrench, so we had a Plastic Adjustable Crescent Wrench that was printed from SolidWorks.
I have used Solidworks extensively. It is awesome. Designed multimillion dollar machines down to the last nut and bolt with it for years. The R&D facility for the company I last worked for had one of those machines. Talk about instant prototype! It is badazz!

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Solidworks is a competitor of Autodesk. But please don't compare AutoCAD to solidworks. They are very diff tools. The Autodesk competitive product to SW is Inventor. AutoCAD is a basic drafting tool. I've used SW in the past and its strong at doing its purpose built function. So is Inventor.

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What do you do? (Job)-imageuploadedbyag-free1359503466.529711.jpgthis is what I'm doing at work right now lol


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Solidworks is a competitor of Autodesk. But please don't compare AutoCAD to solidworks. They are very diff tools. The Autodesk competitive product to SW is Inventor. AutoCAD is a basic drafting tool. I've used SW in the past and its strong at doing its purpose built function. So is Inventor.

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