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Old June 11th, 2013, 03:14 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by nateacox View Post
$50/hr is what I charge to do design/Eng work.

that is what I figured, have a degree.




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I assume you mean drafting or 3d modeling?

Design and model.




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Unless you are a PE my suggestion would be to turn it down. If you are working your employer's insurance covers your actions. If you are a PE, you carry personal liability insurance. If you do side things on your own outside these options, the liability is on you. I may be too cautious but, one incident can ruin a career.
Not a PE.
Everything is low speed. Not much for inherent danger.
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