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post Mar 17 2023, 03:02 PM
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With my 914 free of rust, I had to find some other way to get my daily dose of tetanus. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/lol-2.gif)

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Joking aside, about half a year ago I was lucky enough to be recruited for an on-campus organization that is building a vehicle from the ground up and threw myself into the manual machining and manufacturing rabbit hole.

The car will be... Electric. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/dry.gif) I know, I know, all I will say is there is a reason I am in the 'mechanical' subsystem and not 'high voltage'.

Such an amazing experience so far and I have even more respect than I already did for the people here on the world doing fab work on 914s.

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And oh man did I think I was getting good at TIG welding until I had to go upside down under the car.

P.S. Extra sunscreen was applied during the round of welding pictured - I use a real mask when space allows for it, and we will eventually powder coat the chassis to prevent 914 levels of iron oxide invasions.

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