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I am a senior manager working for Danieli in Italy (we manufacture plants and machines and integrate systems for the metal industry) following automation and electrics (from sensors to .. HV networks, turn-key plants) preparing preliminary technical study and proposal for ww customers which I meet and discuss with in order to satisfy their needs and finalize commercial agreements.

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2 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

Which plant?   I retired from the proving grounds may 2016.

I retired from the Delta stamping plant, which is attached to the Delta body, paint and assembly plants southwest of Lansing.  Over the years I worked in just about every part of every plant our local 652 had in Lansing. 

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Medically Retired DAV since 1997 due to my service as a US Navy/Marine Corpsman. (Liver transplant in 1999.  I have owned my own Corporation, worked as an Assistant Psychologist for the State of Arizona. Then went back and finished my degree in electronics. Had my own Computer Co. , worked as an IT tech prior to that at a casino in Mesquite, NV. 

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I'm a golf equipment technician and club builder. My most recent gig was developing the online chat program for Bridgestone Golf, which was the first in the industry.  I answered technical questions about golf balls, clubs and shafts, and between chats I would check out TST and other forums to see what was trending! 

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