I'm assuming you mean me?... Well, the threat was made to Jono (t'other one) that he would be sued for slander if he didn't retract the statement about shower trays. However, Gary hasn't either confirmed or denied this link, so I was repeating the question, based on his threat of legal action, not on whether or not an operative who makes shower trays/sun beds as their primary job could also build RIBs satisfactorily. My question was what technology/operator “cross over” there was. Just being nosey really, ‘cause such things fascinate me. My “core business” is petro-chemical fabrications for refineries around the world, but I wouldn’t dream of allowing any of my employees to work on something that is removed from their normal line of skill. That is, they are “ace” welders and fabricators, but I wouldn’t let them near laminating unless they had been re-trained. Steelwork, though, that’s a different matter..
So yes, if you have a “cross over” of personnel, I do think it’s relevant, don’t you?