i'm not going to say what my job is, it doesn't matter.
let's just say that part of the job is to get a piece of paper to transfer from a vacuum cylinder on to a flat table where pins catch the paper at the rite time. and the first part of that flat table is a plate. so the table is not just one piece. yet one section of that plate is warped. sticks up to high and the paper smacks right into it. answer to the problem! smack on it with a deadblow hammer (until you bust your knuckle open on the thingy 2 inch. above your hand.) only to fix the problem for 20 min. tops. if you don't hit it rite it doesn't work and waste more time. that's everyone's answer is to hit it with a hammer. or maybe we could fix the problem and stop having so much down time. this is just one of the ever retarded thing's i deal with at work on a daily basis. when you work with some machines you have the option of advancing or retarding.
science time with bryan.