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  1. #11
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    Nothing wrong with a steam hammer but there are less controllable! Trust me, I know!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    It just so happens......
    That particular panel takes them 5.5 hours.
    They were making one when I was last over there.
    They can probably stretch out what he has done in the clip in around 20 - 30 mins.

    There are around 35 panels in a complete outer body and it takes around 150+ hours to make.
    Then another 150 to weld it all together and fit it to the chassis.
    Then another 150 hours to straighten it out and file it something like.
    Well it's about time they got themselves a Beileigh Industrial MH-37HD and crack on with the next DB427SC then!!

    Cheers

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    So he wears gloves to stop his hands getting cut and the whole operation takes place at throat level.......

    Skilled chap though, respect.
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