posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 07:25 AM
a reply to: network dude
Your example is similar to the one in the second paragraph of my examples.
I might add that in your example, it wouldn't surprise me if the company the manufactured the mill equipment may have even needed to send a team of
people out before the installation to verify the dimensions and utility needs of the specif place they wanted to put that equipment -- i.e., maybe
they needed to produce installation drawings (where power will come from, how the equipment will tie into existing, etc) prior to you getting
Depending on the size of the mill, I suppose it's possible that the mill may have their own staff of industrial engineers who could do that work, but
often the installation drawings are done by others, and to do the drawings properly, they need to visit the site to verify what is actually there.
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