The automation of wood-cutting
|dc.description.abstract||Simon Schaffer explores the development of specific wood-cutting engines, run by steam. These allowed precision cutting and the mass production of standardised blocks. Prior to this development, wood-cutting was done with labour intensive pit saws, which were also inexact.||en|
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|dc.title||The automation of wood-cutting||en|
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