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    I thought it might be something different to see what everyone does for a living - in normal times anyway.

    I'll start us off with a picture of my office, been in the industry a couple of years now. Extremely quiet at the moment as is fairly obvious, probably why I'm spending so much time scrolling though here! Apologies - it haven't got my name/date on the photo, but next time I'm at work I'll try and get another.

    This one was taken at the end of November on the way to Lanzarote early morning.


    Happy New Year Click image for larger version

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    Well I wouldn't mind your office if I could afford it Dudderz, one of my passion but family and kids got in the way a bit, still hopping to get my PPL but to late to get to commercial, but I still point just something different that got 12 wheels.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dudderz View Post
      I thought it might be something different to see what everyone does for a living - in normal times anyway.

      I'll start us off with a picture of my office, been in the industry a couple of years now. Extremely quiet at the moment as is fairly obvious, probably why I'm spending so much time scrolling though here! Apologies - it haven't got my name/date on the photo, but next time I'm at work I'll try and get another.

      This one was taken at the end of November on the way to Lanzarote early morning.


      Happy New Year Click image for larger version

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      what a job you have


      who do you work for ?
      ​2015 Sri vx line nav Biturbo . Sri heated leather.5500k AFL . Vx line 20s,8inch LCD dash .FLEXride.Reverse cam.Irmscher grill.235hp and 480 torqs.30mm lowering springs.20mm H&R spacers all round. Mtec drilled discs on rear,VXR 355mm drilled on front,with Brembo 4 pot calipers. Auto wipers .VX puddle lights.Carbon effect black roof wrap.Irmscher roof spoiler.Irmscher side skirts.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dudderz View Post
        I thought it might be something different to see what everyone does for a living - in normal times anyway.

        I'll start us off with a picture of my office, been in the industry a couple of years now. Extremely quiet at the moment as is fairly obvious, probably why I'm spending so much time scrolling though here! Apologies - it haven't got my name/date on the photo, but next time I'm at work I'll try and get another.

        This one was taken at the end of November on the way to Lanzarote early morning.


        Happy New Year Click image for larger version

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        @plasma would have a field day with all those electronics

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dudderz View Post
          I thought it might be something different to see what everyone does for a living - in normal times anyway.

          I'll start us off with a picture of my office, been in the industry a couple of years now. Extremely quiet at the moment as is fairly obvious, probably why I'm spending so much time scrolling though here! Apologies - it haven't got my name/date on the photo, but next time I'm at work I'll try and get another.

          This one was taken at the end of November on the way to Lanzarote early morning.


          Happy New Year Click image for larger version

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          There is a very small change you might encounter one of they products I used to write software for: https://youtu.be/gQ9CT89jMhs

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          • Dudderz
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            Ernst what exactly did you do with the lights? Cool video!

        • #6
          Originally posted by ade555 View Post
          Well I wouldn't mind your office if I could afford it Dudderz, one of my passion but family and kids got in the way a bit, still hopping to get my PPL but to late to get to commercial, but I still point just something different that got 12 wheels.
          Ade, go for it mate. I spread my training out over around 5 years so I could actually afford it - I used to be a postie and worked all the overtime I could get for a couple of lessons a week! More than possible though

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          • #7
            Originally posted by exclusiv. View Post

            what a job you have


            who do you work for ?
            exclusiv. I work for a cheap and (kinda) cheerful European carrier i'll let you work out the possibilities haha!

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            • #8
              Originally posted by Iceman205 View Post
              @plasma would have a field day with all those electronics

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              Iceman205 I still can't believe all the lights you see (apart from the screens) are still filament bulbs. We carry a spare set behind my seat, each light has got 2 bulbs for redundancy but i'm forever pulling the caps off to replace a burnt out one! Maybe plasma needs to offer his services to Boeing.

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              • #9
                Dudderz We've made an alternative for the old CCR based AGL systems. Each LED light is equipped with a microprocessor so it could tell the control unit it is defect. In theory it shouldn't be needed to check the lights anymore as the system itself could detect defect lights. There are no connectors used to connect the lights to the cable, just induction. Also it is possible to control each light separate. I used to made part of the software in the lights.

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by Ernst View Post
                  Dudderz We've made an alternative for the old CCR based AGL systems. Each LED light is equipped with a microprocessor so it could tell the control unit it is defect. In theory it shouldn't be needed to check the lights anymore as the system itself could detect defect lights. There are no connectors used to connect the lights to the cable, just induction. Also it is possible to control each light separate. I used to made part of the software in the lights.
                  Sounds brilliant mate, wish I had that sort of know how. Thanks for helping to keep us all safe!

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by Dudderz View Post
                    Sounds brilliant mate, wish I had that sort of know how. Thanks for helping to keep us all safe!

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                    Well, don't care to swap jobs . I think your job's better to be honest...

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by Dudderz View Post
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                      Looks like Rab's dashboard in his car.








                      Well what can I say? Can't compete with an airline pilot...I've been a lowly Caretaker at a convent for the past 36 years.
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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by Dudderz View Post
                        I thought it might be something different to see what everyone does for a living - in normal times anyway.

                        I'll start us off with a picture of my office, been in the industry a couple of years now. Extremely quiet at the moment as is fairly obvious, probably why I'm spending so much time scrolling though here! Apologies - it haven't got my name/date on the photo, but next time I'm at work I'll try and get another.

                        This one was taken at the end of November on the way to Lanzarote early morning.


                        Happy New Year Click image for larger version

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                        I can’t compete with that! Looks fun!

                        I work in IT and maintenance for a mental health charity. Best job I’ve ever had.


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                        • #14
                          Originally posted by Dudderz View Post

                          exclusiv. I work for a cheap and (kinda) cheerful European carrier i'll let you work out the possibilities haha!
                          first buski
                          https://insignia-drivers.uk/filedata/fetch?filedataid=7610&sigpic=1

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by marko301 View Post

                            Looks like Rab's dashboard in his car.








                            Well what can I say? Can't compete with an airline pilot...I've been a lowly Caretaker at a convent for the past 36 years.
                            nothing like kicking a man when he's down eh
                            https://insignia-drivers.uk/filedata/fetch?filedataid=7610&sigpic=1

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