Tim had been working on it for years; a perfect clone to assist him in the laboratory. But to this day, no one knows exactly how it happened. As he recalls, it was a dark and stormy night. Tim had the recently dug up corpse on the table. The electrodes had been placed. He was waiting for the perfect strike of lightning. The abandoned factory had been the location of his experiments through the years, but he hoped it would all be over soon. As he raised the naked body to the lofted ceiling, he backed against a wall of buttons, accidentally releasing a series of chemicals prematurely into the corpse. A shriek of bright lightning blinded his vision as the barking explosion of thunder jolted him into the lead pipe above his head. It all went dark.
In his half conscious daze, it felt as if an eternity had passed. His head throbbed as he opened his swollen eyes. He couldn’t tell if what he was seeing was really there. What had been the cadaver was now eating all the Hot Pockets. And so, I was born.
Hi, I’m Nick Luyster. I’m the new applications engineer at Symmetry Solutions. I am a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. In school, I specialized in computer-aided design and thermodynamics. Prior to Symmetry, I worked as a manufacturing engineer with Nilfisk-Advance. I love simulation, so this is the perfect place for me. Soon, I’ll be teaching the simulation class. But until then, I’ll be answering phones and learning as I go.
Also, come see me at one of the “What’s New in SolidWorks 2011” events. I’ll be there presenting some of the new features.
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