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    Just returned from my 2nd CNC workshop - again it was a lot of fun!

    Some of my observations:

    The new building with an auditorium and ample sized class rooms was a big improvement this year, even though the hands-on stuff (the mill project workshop, the G&M code class, Rick's castings, as well as Washtenaw's machine shop) was on the other side of the campus. I didn't find it to be all that much of an obstruction.

    Glad to see some new vendors there, like Little Machine Shop.

    Ben Fleming's electrode based EDM machine was very interesting.

    I thought having a WCC instructor give the G&M code tutorial was a great addition - it was a pleasure hearing someone with so much industry (and teaching) experience give it.

    Anyway, thanks George for all the work and for a smoothly run event!

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    Quote Originally Posted by revwarguy View Post
    Just returned from my 2nd CNC workshop - again it was a lot of fun!

    Some of my observations:

    The new building with an auditorium and ample sized class rooms was a big improvement this year, even though the hands-on stuff (the mill project workshop, the G&M code class, Rick's castings, as well as Washtenaw's machine shop) was on the other side of the campus. I didn't find it to be all that much of an obstruction.

    Glad to see some new vendors there, like Little Machine Shop.

    Ben Fleming's electrode based EDM machine was very interesting.

    I thought having a WCC instructor give the G&M code tutorial was a great addition - it was a pleasure hearing someone with so much industry (and teaching) experience give it.

    Anyway, thanks George for all the work and for a smoothly run event!
    It was very good, I enjoyed. Thanks to George

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    Thank you for allowing us to be a sponsor at the workshop. Hope everyone enjoyed it.


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    Having been a vendor once, I know what a pain it is to cart up everything and haul it across the landscape to attend a show. Despite that, I appreciate all the vendor's efforts, as I think they are an important part of what the show has to offer its attendees.

    Of course, all who did presentations were greatly appreciated as well.

    Thanks to all who helped make the show so worthwhile.

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