Audio Recordings All the different ways to turn and cut metal
Watson Machine International
- All the different ways to turn and cut metal
- Contributor Names
- Dowling, Jim (Narrator)
- McCarl, Robert (Interviewer)
- Created / Published
- Subject Headings
- - Oral history
- - Interviews
- - Sound recordings
- - Work processes
- - Irish Americans
- - Watson Machine International
- - Machinery industry
- - Ethnography
- - United States -- New Jersey -- Paterson
- - Interview with Jimmy Dowling at Watson Machine International.
- - Summary of audio segment: McCarl asking about machining and lathe operations. How to understand the different processes? General categories -- have tools for turning, tools for facing, and boring bars for tools that create shafts. That's why the machinist is always changing things: "I put in one operation and then I got to put the next one in."
- Analog Audio Cassette
- Call Number
- AFC 1995/028: WIP-RM-A003
- Source Collection
- Working in Paterson Project Collection (AFC 1995/028)
- American Folklife Center
- Digital Id
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Working in Paterson Project collection, 1993-2002 (AFC 1995/028), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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