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Forum topic by Glenn Huovinen posted 12-20-2013 07:53 PM 484 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Glenn Huovinen

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12-20-2013 07:53 PM

http://www.youtube.com/v/_mKSKZau9qs

This Utube video is 14 minutes but should be of interest to all wood workers.

Enjoy.

-- Glenn Huovinen


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#1 posted 12-20-2013 08:32 PM

Dontcha just know that OSHA would have a field day in that work place????
Bill

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#2 posted 12-20-2013 09:05 PM

Someone sent me this link several months ago.. I was fascinated watching it!

Good share!

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Tennessee

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#3 posted 12-20-2013 09:49 PM

When I first came to work for Jackson Furniture Industries in Cleveland, TN, they had just the year before vacated their original building. It was built around the turn of the century, maybe 1905 or so. It still had the DC motor driven wheel system on all the sanders and some of the saws, and the building was heated with a huge brick steam furnace, fired with scrap oak from the furniture frames.
In October, 2004, the Cleveland, TN fire department and ambulance service visited the Jackson ownership and told them they had until the end of the year to vacate the building, or the fire department and ambulance people would no longer respond. Enough was enough – even though Jackson was a major employer, the building was a death trap. One turnaround staircase from the third to the second to the ground floor, open chain driven conveyors, single drive multiple machinery, not to mention the huge fire trap of a furnace. Jackson had a lot of new-ish buildings, so they agreed and closed it down on December 23rd, 2004. Almost everything was left intact.
I did manage to get a huge pallet of really nice white oak out of it before vagrants managed to set it on fire a few years later.

-- Paul, Tennessee, http://www.tsunamiguitars.com

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gfadvm

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#4 posted 12-21-2013 02:33 AM

I’d seen that before but enjoyed watching it again! Whoever put that shop together was very ingenious!

Give new meaning to “runs like a well oiled machine”!

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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