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Crews were able to salvage one of the paintings by cutting it out of its lathe-and-plaster wall.
Other workers guide lathes and drills to yield an assortment of industrial parts — rockers for marine engines, clamps for oil pipelines, components for gearboxes of construction machinery.
All of the original detail was there: molding, doors, hinges, wainscoting, horsehair plaster with split lathe, wide pine floors and raised paneling in addition to four original fireplaces and rare gunstock posts on the second level.
The cutting lathe makes the master copy of a record—the one sent to a pressing plant for mass reproduction.
The American Precision Museum in Putney, Vt., a onetime Civil War rifle factory, showcases lathes, rifling machines and other equipment once driven by water power that helped develop the concept of interchangeable parts.
Whitehouse is with Sector 67, a Makerspace workshop in Madison that gives people access to a wide variety of equipment, from 3-D printers and laser cutters to sewing machines and wood lathes.
At Auburn University next to Samford Hall, a lathe sits on display that was used by the Confederates.
The 'mobile museum', as its billed, will be stationed in two areas of the stadium - one in centerfield near Heritage Park, and another - with a lathe set up - on the lower-level concourse near section 134, just past first base.
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