You are right, but that is not China's fault!
Robert D. Gardner
Gardner Productions LLC
Film and Video Production since 1978
From: Brad Fornal [mailto:tequila.brad at gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2011 3:26 PM
To: Steven Guterman
Cc: Bob Gardner; spridgets at autox.team.net
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] CHINA CRAP?
Not gonna happen, the UAW will not allow it.
On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Steven Guterman <an5.sprite at gmail.com>
Watch out American car manufacturers unless they learn how to make a
quality product at a
On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Bob Gardner <rdgard at cox.net> wrote:
> "So what does that say about the crap from china?
> USA beats the hell out of ANYTHING from china."
> I only sort of agree with you. HF carries mostly very cheap stuff, mostly
> from China. Most of it works great, one or two times and if you want
> something that will service you well for a life time, spend the right
> and buy quality stuff. OTOH, some of my tools I only use once or twice a
> IMHO, the reason the China stuff is crap is not that China can't make
> quality stuff, it is because the American companies that go to China with
> the specifications that they want in a tool to buy insist on making them
> a "very low Price Point" so they can sell them here and make a profit.
> or there, pot metal is less expensive than carbon steel.
> I only have been to Hong Kong, but there, everything worked great, the
> quality of the goods I shopped for was great and not what I would call
> cheap. Given, I didn't shop any tools but the "quality of life" I saw in
> the hotels, the public transport, the clean city streets, everything I
> in contact with was better than the same thing in New York, for example.
> Check out the slide show someone sent me to see that the Chinese can
> do "state of the art" work. The bridges are beautiful. (OOPS, I don't
> if I can send an attachment. Maybe someone else knows how to find a link
> Just my two yen worth!
> Robert D. Gardner
> Gardner Productions LLC
> Film and Video Production since 1978
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