So painful to my ears!
Please tell me I'm not alone in recoiling at this. Might be perfect for the screaming-lady/angry-cat meme template.
...the combination of acronyms going through ones mind....
Can honestly say I've never heard anyone call it DFX. You need to surround yourself with better engineers!
And those don't know or care the different between DXF, DWG, STP, STL, WTF, LOL, GTH.
One could be...
Da F... X
I have not heard DFX. Either way, whenever I discuss any file type, nobody here understands any of it.
I say it like that but that's because I'm CDO (OCD but in alphabetical order)...
This comes from being surrounded by technological incompetent upper management. The same upper management who inevitably are the decision-makers regarding technology within your company.
Perfect example of the problem is "6 Perpendicular Lines" The Expert (Short Comedy Sketch) - YouTube
I could substitute actual people in my company for each character!!!
There is a whole series of these.
Hubert,.. LOL!.. I've been in this meeting multiple times.
Darth Vader Yelling "NO"
There is a *.dWfx...
dwfx is similar to SolidWorks eDrawings.
Would open in IE, trying now to open in Edge. Hmmm, trying to Open With, but can't find the Edge.exe
Haven't heard DFX, but FAE is often heard around our office.
One that makes me laugh is when people call MDF, MDMF.
A few of my friends have given away their dirty habit this way..
Hahahaha! Hitting up the ole' club on the weekend eh? I've been guilty...
Hey my wife always tells me to use the lubricant DW40.
I hear DXF file. Doesn't the f stand for file?
(maybe its "fer" , like trans-fer)
What about an ATM machine ? I thought m stands for machine.
..kind of reminds me of,... "Peanut and Jeff-fa-fa Dun-ham"
Jerry Brian wrote: I hear DXF file. Doesn't the f stand for file?
Jerry Brian wrote:
I prefer slddrw. Draftsight is no longer free so I do not use that word anymore.
Do a search for .dfx and you'll find that there are at least two CAD file types with this designation, including one from Autocad.
Or maybe you're just dealing with an ignoramus. (Note to self: always use spell check when using the word ignoramus.)
i think you've got your colleague wrong. When he spoke about DXF he was talking about "design for excellence" not just a simple CAD-file-type... pooh!
See here: Design for X - Wikipedia
Hubert Carle wrote: Hey my wife always tells me to use the lubricant DW40.
Hubert Carle wrote:
Where does she want you to apply it?
I happened to watch a YouTube video last night of 20 Awesome Tricks with WD-40 & there were no wives involved
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