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Old 11-06-2012, 12:05 PM
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Hands down, Virgin America is the best airline to fly. They make it feel like you aren't on an airplane. I take Virgin any chance I get. I also don't mind Jet Blue, their prices are pretty good.
Never flown Virgin yet. Heard it was pretty cool from others as well.


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Old 11-06-2012, 12:07 PM
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I flew Virgin once, It was very..... cosmic. LOL! I felt I was just some E or shrooms away from a very good journey. HAHA!

I was raised an airline brat as my dad has worked for Alaska Airlines for 42 years now. Ive always enjoyed flying Alaska the most. I love Boeing's 737 800 and 900 model aircraft AK uses. Service has always been great for me and a lot of the flight attendants who have been there 30+ years still recognize me from when i was a kid flying with my dad.

Exactly! HAHAHA! I think it's nice. Upgrade to the better seats and you get free drinks, movies, anything. Let's just say when I flew into Vegas to buy my Jeep, I was feelin REAL good when I got off the plane, LOL.
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Hey right on guys and girls. I love the pics, keep em coming. I wish I could post some stupid pictures myself since I started this. I'll keep trying. iPhone is being difficult.
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Hey right on guys and girls. I love the pics, keep em coming. I wish I could post some stupid pictures myself since I started this. I'll keep trying. iPhone is being difficult.
Get the photobucket app for the iPhone and upload them like that, then copy the IMG Code into the post.


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Not sure if it's the same Cameron but are the machining centers in your shop floor painted green? We had a project for Cameron Engineering and the machines were green.
What 3D software is that on your monitor? I'm using SolidWorks here at work.
I'm working on the flying part and missiles... Guess what I was for Halloween...?

Here's a picture of my office...
Lol your setup is almost exactly like mine. In the riser department our shop floors are normally white and/or red but other departments may be green. I used solid works for a few years in college but we use Inventor here, almost the exact same thing with a few changes here and there. Usually I'll design in Inventor, proof in Mathcad and the drafters will draft up the 2-D sketches using Inventor. We use both Abaqus and ANSYS for the analysis depending on the complexity of the model.
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I design Vapor Recovery Units. Seems I have a similar setup as a few already haha.

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Not sure if it's the same Cameron but are the machining centers in your shop floor painted green? We had a project for Cameron Engineering and the machines were green.
What 3D software is that on your monitor? I'm using SolidWorks here at work.
I'm working on the flying part and missiles... Guess what I was for Halloween...?

Here's a picture of my office...
^^^ I notice you have your "drag-up box" readily avail too haha.


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Lol your setup is almost exactly like mine. In the riser department our shop floors are normally white and/or red but other departments may be green. I used solid works for a few years in college but we use Inventor here, almost the exact same thing with a few changes here and there. Usually I'll design in Inventor, proof in Mathcad and the drafters will draft up the 2-D sketches using Inventor. We use both Abaqus and ANSYS for the analysis depending on the complexity of the model.
Yeah that's pretty cool!
I started with Inventor also and they are both very similar and both very user friendly but for the work I do I prefer SolidWorks hands down. I just implemented Enterprise PDM for SolidWorks and is making a huge difference in the department.

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I design Vapor Recovery Units. Seems I have a similar setup as a few already haha.


^^^ I notice you have your "drag-up box" readily avail too haha.


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Cool setup bro! What 3D CAD software do you use?
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I design Vapor Recovery Units. Seems I have a similar setup as a few already haha.


^^^ I notice you have your "drag-up box" readily avail too haha.


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As a person who works around/with vapor recovery I have a request......

Please design that shit so it works throughout the heat of the day!!! LOL! SO Cal and San Fran Bay are such horrible areas to go to refineries for us as the VRU almost ALWAYS breaks down until atmospheric conditions cool down and they can get it up and running again. Maybe they all just have old piles of shit?
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