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Anons, I've got a CNC machinist interview coming up tomorrow.
My only experience with CNC machining was briefly working in a family friend's shop, not for money, but just to help out, and running g-code with a 3D printer.
I know a little bit of CAD, and I know my way around manual lathes / mills.

What do I wear, anons?
Should I brush up on anything to make it seem like I know what I'm doing?



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