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Old 10-05-2017, 10:11 PM   #1
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I am constantly formulation new systems for our trade. Anything from framing to finish work and in between. I even go as far as how manpower should be sorted based off of skill and experience. Skim coating systems in my opinion are genius. Could you imagine doing everything by hand? Framing systems and material are also fantastic. If there is anyone out there who also enjoys these sort of conversations or brainstorming session let me know! i am always up from criticism and knowledge sharing!!!

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Old 10-10-2017, 10:51 AM   #2
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I am constantly formulation new systems for our trade. Anything from framing to finish work and in between. I even go as far as how manpower should be sorted based off of skill and experience. Skim coating systems in my opinion are genius. Could you imagine doing everything by hand? Framing systems and material are also fantastic. If there is anyone out there who also enjoys these sort of conversations or brainstorming session let me know! i am always up from criticism and knowledge sharing!!!
Can you give us a hint of the new systems you are in the process of inventing? I like new stuff too.
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All the best, And good luck.
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I am constantly formulation new systems for our trade. Anything from framing to finish work and in between. I even go as far as how manpower should be sorted based off of skill and experience. Skim coating systems in my opinion are genius. Could you imagine doing everything by hand? Framing systems and material are also fantastic. If there is anyone out there who also enjoys these sort of conversations or brainstorming session let me know! i am always up from criticism and knowledge sharing!!!


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