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Old 02-27-2004, 02:49 AM   #11
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A laser firing through galvo mirrors.....steers the beam for me
Hmmmm...you might have MEMS on the brian there Will

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You do MEMS research? I'm graduating [hopefully] in a few months with a degree in electrical engineering. I don't suppose HP needs an electron microscopy tech?

Uh, back on topic...I ordered a set of Taylor Spiro 8mm and NGK TR55IX plugs...will report on the difference between those and 144,000 mile stockers.
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Dudes, you guys are way to freaking smart! But I bet You can't drive a Semi loaded w/ cookies thru the mountains, and in the snow and sleet.........j/k
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A laser firing through galvo mirrors.....steers the beam for me
Hmmmm...you might have MEMS on the brian there Will

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You do MEMS research? I'm graduating [hopefully] in a few months with a degree in electrical engineering. I don't suppose HP needs an electron microscopy tech?
We might at that. You should apply. We need more Oregon members on BC
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