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Milton Steam Era Pics.

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B10Dave
Hi guys. Just a few pics from the show I went to yesterday. 50th. anniversary of show and they had over 50 pieces of equipment that were also at the first show!!




























Hope you liked my random choices from all that I took. B10Dave

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JohnMBerst
Thanks for sharing. Looks I could spend a bunch of time just looking a few of them. Sure is interesting how designs were made back then, without CAD, and with out some of the modern manufacturing.

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We build small products where I work, and use CAD everyday. However, some of our products are still crude to manufacture even if designed in CAD. For that, we use the phrase "hammer to fit, weld to secure".

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Karl_Brandt
Thanks for the pictures. I was also at the Milton Steam Era show on Saturday,it was cool and wet at the show on Saturday. When my I got home after 1.00pm the ground was still dry at my house.....about 1 1/2 hour. Karl

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