There's always a better way. No. 2

United Kingdom, 1953

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Illustrates how modern manufacturing methods, using highly mechanized equipment, have reduced the production cost for locomotive wheels. Shows the use of a special block-breaker increasing production from 24 to 315 ingot sections per shift; the mechanical handling and cleaning of heated ingots; the operation of a 1,000 ton press, moulding and forging a half ton ingot in the short period of two minutes.


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British Productivity Council






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