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    Looks like the rivets were holding up the bridge, not the steel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick79 View Post
    Looks like the rivets were holding up the bridge, not the steel
    in essence they are!!!

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    The thirty-six men needed to fly and service a B-17E, 1942.
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    The thirty-six men needed to fly and service a B-17E, 1942. No way to account those who built plane, engines, weaponry, wheeled equipment, uniforms, fuel, concrete...(and all the tiers below producing beforehand!)...

    It matters not; war material or consumer goods, this is how a real economy prospers.
    Not cubicle gophers of a service model economy.
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    Eveleth Manual Training School. Eveleth, Minnesota, 1920s.

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    Wood Shop. Loved it...

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    Is that a 4 FOOT bandsaw back there? Wow . . .
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    Left handed bandsaw...

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    Nah, it's set up the way MOST bandsaws are...I did have a left hander and it was a pain in the backside? I reckon that's a 30", just like the Crescent I learned on...I bought the left hander, because it was a 28", but ended up selling it...now I'm waiting on myself to build Mathias Wandel's 18"...best light a fire under my arse...Cheers

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    I dont know what you class a LH saw but that is set up the way every metal and wood bandsaw I ever used.

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