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May 08, 2012

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Howard Edelman

Lathes and end mills are wonderful things! Today we even have them with computers attached - way cool. And if that is not enough, we can send a computer generated 3D drawing to a special box with some goop in it, and a physical model of the 3D drawing will materialize in a short time!

Dinesh Seksaria

These pictures bring in some wonderful memories for me as well. Back in the late 50's I had the 'pleasure' of interning in a machine shop that looked just like that that was owned and operated by an older gentlemen-- a mechanical engineer. That is what sparked in me the desire to become one too. I have never regretted it and that experience gave me the insight to look at thinks deeply and appreciate the skill of these crafts-persons.

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