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    More paper fun

    Ran across this little booklet in my stuff today, thought some of you would enjoy it! The original is 3 1/4" X 6" folded.





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    Very Cool, I enjoyed it.

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    Nice. Newest bike looks 2B that VL sidecar combination on the cover, & a pre-'34 image on the back. And "electric welding makes sturdy handlebars" helps date it.
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    I heard onetime that those female bearing inspectors were blind and sorted them all by feel. Anyone else ever hear that?

    I wanted to merge those two middle shots but couldn't seem to do it.
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    Re: More paper fun

    Anyone with some training can feel a .002 difference on a surface

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    Purri, it is .0002
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    Re: More paper fun

    I can merge the second and third image into one, but it might leave a line in the middle.
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    Re: More paper fun

    Robbie, post some more of those, I enjoyed very much! Thanks!
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    Re: More paper fun

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubone View Post
    I heard onetime that those female bearing inspectors were blind and sorted them all by feel. Anyone else ever hear that?

    I wanted to merge those two middle shots but couldn't seem to do it.
    Yes. I have seen video footage of blind turbine blade inspectors in the aviation industry. Each turbine blade in a turbo-shaft/prop/thrust engine was once inspected by blind inspectors. (no joke) I'll hit Youtube and try to find it again.
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    Thanks Robbie.
    Wonder what year as too the electric weld as mentioned. Looks like late 20's early 30's?

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