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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie gary View Post
    Was this before or after Oregon legalized weed?
    Lmao!!Do U Allow Chairs in your CNC shop?


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    We have stools in our shop. They aren't overly comfy but work fine to rest for a few minutes while a machine cycles. I don't mind if my guys are caught up on deburring, the shop is clean, and they are operating a couple of machines. We also have anti fatigue mats in front of all machines. Makes a big difference vs standing on concrete all day. The stools are used as a mobile horizontal surface almost as much as they are sat on.

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    Guess to add a good thing might be better than take something away. Agree sitting between parts is not good when running a one minuet part with need to open a door and all..
    I think a absentee and productivity bones would be good..look good and make production averages and the whole shop/crew gets a $60 kicker ..enough to take the wife out for dinner. Perhaps twice a month on a separate check...Guys would begin to police them selves...perhaps.

    Yes a good crew does good with not a kicker..with concern for the security of the shop.


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