How Do They Knit a Chain-Link Fence?


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An evening pause: Hat tip Phill Oltmann.

As always, I could use some evening pause suggestions. If you’ve done it before, you know what to do. If you haven’t but wish to submit something, say so in a comment here, but don’t post the link to the suggestion. I will email you for it.

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8 comments

  • Eric Elsam

    Worst informative video I have ever viewed. As an engineer, I am appalled.

  • pzatchok

    I liked how they plastic coated it.

    We used to paint arrows with a machine very similar.

  • wayne

    Eric–
    You might enjoy this:

    “Master Hands”
    (Jam Handy 1936)
    https://youtu.be/qafLStWFFjI
    (31:55)

    “A beautiful dramatization of how the master hands of Chevrolet craftsmen form the patterns, tools and dies, and control the huge machinery that fashions the modern car.”

  • Christopher LANDRUM

    Take a look at AMA with Julie Gautier, one of t he world’s premier free divers. The music is “Rain in my black eyes”, done in the Y40 pool….40 meters deep in Milan.

    Its one of my favorites in YouTube.

  • wodun

    Very carefully…

  • Gary Westfal

    I suggest Traffic’s John Barleycorn Must Die. There is a live version on Youtube that is outstanding. I also wonder that if you attempted to post the lyrics on Facebook if they would be blocked as hate speech or other violation of its ‘community standards’

  • Gary Westfal: Thank you for the suggestion, but you are the second person who apparently didn’t read what I wrote. I specifically asked that people not mention their suggestion here, but to only say they have one. I will email you for the suggestion.

    I like the pauses to be a surprise. By describing it here, you make that somewhat difficult.

  • Ben K

    Interesting video, although I am curious how often human intervention is required in the process, either for maintenance or correcting something that goes wrong.

    Are you still seeking evening pause suggestions? If so I’d like to submit something for consideration.

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