A profile that I would like to talk about today is the tool and dye maker section in the generations part. I believe that the tool and dye maker shows a purpose of work because its all hand made. It shows what quality over quantity really means these days. Sure you can buy cheaper ,but you wont get the durability and quality of something that is made cheaper. These days we have always found the cheapest method with the lowest quality of work. But its unfortunate what happened to the tool and dye maker shop because its still happening today. People are getting rid of the hand made quality products with cheaper options to save money. are you really saving money though if you have to keep replacing the same part ? This chapter of the book showed me quality is key into crafting any parts or fabrics. A hard worker who had a purpose to get people quality tools and parts but was shut out by big cheap companies.
This is a tool and die maker CNC machine in todays shops and styles. You can create all different types of molds for tolls and metals with this machine
Another profile that research had helped me in understanding the profession better is the story about the dentist. I found out that a dentist had to go through a crap ton of schooling. They also have to get a residency, and over the years continue passing these tests to stay qualified. They first need a bachelors in dental surgery or dental studies, before they can get accepted into a dentistry school. To be accepted it is very competitive so they also take on other factors such as GPA, interviews and recommendations. once they become a dentist one of there man priorities is to diagnose and treat problems with patients’ teeth, gums, and related parts of the mouth. They provide advice and instruction on taking care of the teeth and gums and on diet choices that affect oral health. a fun fact about salary is they make 152,700 dollars a year as a general dentist ! talk about bringing in the dough !