: Drill press??? RE: Job Opening - Seattle
You triggered a very funny memory of when I applied for my current
position in a bone research lab. Upon being given a tour of the lab, I
became very worried as I didn't see a microtome anywhere in the so-called
histology lab...there was a huge assortment of band-saws, cut-off machines,
grinders and sanders and, yes, drill presses. It dawned on me that perhaps
a course in machine shop techniques might be more helpful than my HT
certificate. Fortunately, I did find the microtome stuck back in a corner.
But, to answer your question, I would surmise they need someone
experienced with a drill press for the same reason I use it...to drill
holes in undecalcified bones to aid in fixation.
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