evilee13 and dreamintree, we don't have any enigineers on staff. All the college staff work in the office and sales. Mostly business degrees. You would be way over qualified to work in injection molding with me. No college degrees. Some HS degrees.
If there are no engineers on staff, who troubleshoots the equipment?, who tracks trends in data to see if equipment isn't working properly?, who removes bottlenecks?, who researches new technologies to make discs?
It seems that there are some pretty large variances between runs of discs that affect their flight. Anything from "poppy" orcs and the "dominess" of one disc compared to another. It seems to me that these discrepancies between runs good be reduced with a better engineered process.
So, I'm officially offering my services to be the staff engineer.
I only require a modest engineers salary, and some free discs. I'll even take the x-out discs. Also, one of my job responsibilities will be to go out to the course and test new equipment.
There has to be a course on the Innova campus. A championship course with rolling hills, lush fairways, perfectly manicured foliage. A place where the beer flows like wine, and the women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano. If it's actually more like a rundown warehouse in the middle of an industrial park, don't tell me, don't ruin my dream!