While PMPA staff are working on preparing handout materials, loading presentations and testing them on laptop computers, and some of us are still creating those powerpoints that WON’T put you to sleep, we are also tackling some other projects too.
I’ve just completed a program that takes a look at the tools you can use on the PMPA’s website.
And I’m finalizing a technical session on understanding and interpreting foreign material grade designations.
- For Steels, Stainless Steels, Aluminums, and Copper and Brass materials.
- US, German, Japanese, some Chinese formats explained.
Maybe not as exciting as say, a police stop and search of Mr. Nelson’s tour bus, but hey.
This will be some critical information to your shop as we see more and more foreign specification material.
Thursday I’ll be off to Seven Springs PA to judge an F-1 skills competition.
So if you get passed by a siver sedan and you think that it looked like me, well, this week, you might be right.
It probably won’t be Mr. Nelson.
He usually travels by bus.