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Old 01-13-2005, 10:44 AM
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Ford Rouge Center - Site Safety Engineer.
 
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i am not a ford employee but my grandfather retired from ford. he worked at the Sharonville trans plant for 41 years. he did a number of differnt jobs there but his last few years he worked in the tool crib amd was a relief man on the case line. he was there when they started the E4OD trans line. the best E4's came from sharonville cause they inspected the trans more than other plants, as a matter of fact they employees were fighting cause they wanted to put out quality sand not quantity.
 
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kcap 13 years heavy trim and electrical repair in predelivery
 
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Forward model Dimensional Control Engineer on all F-150 programs.
 
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Hold him boys, while I punch him!

I don't know what a 'Forward model Dimensional Control' is but, I'll bet it broke outside of warranty!
 
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Not a Ford employee, but...

I curse and fix what engineers screw together.
 
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I'm a math modeler (CAD/surface modeler), currently working in a Lincoln studio in Dearborn.
 

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kansas city here.20 years drive a forklift in the body shop
 
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Originally posted by monsterford
kansas city here.20 years drive a forklift in the body shop
Dang! They actually let you tell people that's what you do?
They could just wait for some real work to come in....

"...oh no, here's another one with those two mysterious puncture holes..."
 
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Old 04-07-2005, 01:34 AM
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Wink Re: Ford Employees, check in here!

Originally posted by KC8FLB
I'm sure there is probably a bunch of Ford employees on the board, just thought it would be good to share where you work and what you do for the Blue Oval!


I'm a CAD designer (seats) working at the research and engineering center (building 5) here in Dearborn. Only been working for a few months, but loving the job and looking forward to a long Career

Cool job, now move the top of the headrest back a few inches!! Sorry, couldn't resist,,,,98
 
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I work in the parts department at the local dealership in Spokane, Washington.
 
 


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