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Some pretty interesting mega forging machinery, big time presses and hammers.

The workers sound like Alvin and the Chipmunks....




Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8M5MHFns1o



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Those are some huge chunks of steel




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When I watch videos like this, I always wonder how they made the awesome machinery in the first place.
 
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When I watch videos like this, I always wonder how they made the awesome machinery in the first place.


'The Large Grays' dropped them off for the humans to use.
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EET WHEEL KEEEEEL...ALL OF EET!
 
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VW assembly line in 1950...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okjosy20l_A


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Interesting video.

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EET WHEEL KEEEEEL...ALL OF EET!


But does it slice?

I wish it would explain what the hell they were making.

Dozer would have a field day with this equipment!


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They sound like a bunch of Ewoks.


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When I watch videos like this, I always wonder how they made the awesome machinery in the first place.


So would I, in order to produce items like that there has to be equipment to do it. Who designs and builds that machinery? Is the oven built in pieces? Are the first versions of the presses and hammers hand built?




 
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Those are some huge chunks of steel

And some really big tongs, too.
 
 
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What is the first one? Worlds largest wok? Why do they all sound like Jawas from Star Wars?




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