That factory was not as scary at the cedar shake factory I once
toured. It was from the 1800's. Most of it looked like this factory
except there was an ancient electric motor driving all the shafts. The
one thing that made me cringe was the final operation where the
shingles were cut. There was an totally unguarded band saw where the
operator diagonally cut a 1" by 2' billet. Reaching around the blade
as he pushed it in one side and pulled it out the other.
On Mon, 06 May 2013 17:13:13 +0000, Spalted Walt
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