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11.16.2010, 09:46 AM

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Yes, but being safer and having higher standards isn't free. Not saying it's a bad thing, but it's the trade-off. Sadly many things come down to bottom dollar price.
that's what I was referring to when I said "we have our share of issues". Didn't want to take this thread in that direction, as its a whole 'nuther issue.


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Chinese Safety!!??? - 11.17.2010, 07:06 AM

This isn't the image I was looking for as this guy is kitted up better with gloves. The one I was thinking of he was squatting and welding in thongs/flip flops. The fact that there is a few of these images getting around shows it's common practice in some places.

http://www.draftsperson.net/index.ph...r_welding_mask

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11.17.2010, 02:22 PM

How about this.

http://www.hoax-slayer.com/13-story-...se-china.shtml

At least it is still in one piece.
   
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Genious - 11.17.2010, 06:50 PM

I guess it took a genious to contract that job. The funny thing is how it stayed in one piece. That is amazing. I wonder how slowly it fell?


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11.17.2010, 07:23 PM

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Impressive.

2 Days? If you add up the counters it comes to ~5.7 days... ~47 hours for the frame, ~90 hours for the interior/exterior.
PLUS A YEAR For mechanical,plumbing,electrical. No way there closing up walls that fast.
   
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