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Old 04-16-2017, 09:08 PM   #21
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Hey Mech, you ever hear of Star Lo Electric when you were up here?
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Old 04-16-2017, 09:11 PM   #22
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Joe Stark, yeah. They have been around a long while.
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Joe Stark, yeah. They have been around a long while.
They grew pretty big in my territory. Back when I was still working in the union I remember they switched from wirenuts to wagos. The entire company, for everything.

At the time I heard they were doing well. Then about 2 years ago I spoke to an old friend who was still working for them and he says they still use only wagos and that there haven't been any big issues with them failing that he heard of.
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They grew pretty big in my territory. Back when I was still working in the union I remember they switched from wirenuts to wagos. The entire company, for everything.

At the time I heard they were doing well. Then about 2 years ago I spoke to an old friend who was still working for them and he says they still use only wagos and that there haven't been any big issues with them failing that he heard of.
I knew a couple guys (local 102) that worked there.

Didn't know about the Wago thing.
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Hack.,,

sorry to be off track a moment but that company name I did heard it pretty often in midwest area quite few years ago and I was aware that company is pretty big what I know of.

Yuh., it been there for a long time that all I know of.
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I knew a couple guys (local 102) that worked there.

Didn't know about the Wago thing.
I'd say it started in maybe 2010-2012.

Star Lo was also big on those Stout bandsaws. They were nice, they bought a couple hundred of them and donated some to the hall for the pipe bending class.
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