. Canadian machinery and metalworking (January-June 1919). WHAT OUR READERSTHINK AND DO. Views and Opinions Regarding Industrial Developments, Factory Administra-tion and Allied Topics Relating to Engineering Activity THE MAN WHO THINKS CAN DO MUCH TO BETTER THE SHOP CONDITIONS By WILLIAM EARNEST T.N a recent article in this paper. pointing out the numerous uses torold files, etc.. there was much fooufor thought. By way of illustration letus in imagination leave our comfortableposition and take a look inside the shop. First of all, everything looks just thesame as any other old machine shop; t

. Canadian machinery and metalworking (January-June 1919). WHAT OUR READERSTHINK AND DO. Views and Opinions Regarding Industrial Developments, Factory Administra-tion and Allied Topics Relating to Engineering Activity THE MAN WHO THINKS CAN DO MUCH TO BETTER THE SHOP CONDITIONS By WILLIAM EARNEST T.N a recent article in this paper. pointing out the numerous uses torold files, etc.. there was much fooufor thought. By way of illustration letus in imagination leave our comfortableposition and take a look inside the shop. First of all, everything looks just thesame as any other old machine shop; t Stock Photo
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. Canadian machinery and metalworking (January-June 1919). WHAT OUR READERSTHINK AND DO. Views and Opinions Regarding Industrial Developments, Factory Administra-tion and Allied Topics Relating to Engineering Activity THE MAN WHO THINKS CAN DO MUCH TO BETTER THE SHOP CONDITIONS By WILLIAM EARNEST T.N a recent article in this paper. pointing out the numerous uses torold files, etc.. there was much fooufor thought. By way of illustration letus in imagination leave our comfortableposition and take a look inside the shop. First of all, everything looks just thesame as any other old machine shop; thegreasy floors, that peculiar smell famii-iar to all machinists, the belts hissing, shrieking, and slipping as if in an angrypassion because the good old lathes standut> so resolutely, as if arguing as towhich was working hardest to turn upthat shaft. The poor old shaft, havingno say in the matter at all, tremblesthere between the centres like a sausagein a frying pan over the fire, and sendsforth a savory smell. Everything lookslovely and going fine, but what a multi-tude of litt

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