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LinkedIn Post Puts a Tenth into Perspective

Read a tooling guru’s nifty analogy posted to our Top Shops LinkedIn Group.

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So what does a "tenth" actually look like? Brad Bohnet, tooling guru at Applied Engineering, posted a nifty analogy in our Top Shops LinkedIn Group.

He says the shop had talked about this for some time, and ultimately set on a journey to discover what 0.0001 inch might look like. Long story short, they scaled 10,000 pennies to 1 inch, and this is what they found

We launched our LinkedIn group back in 2011 to complement our annual Top Shops benchmarking survey. To date, we have nearly 1,900 members—decision-makers in North American machining facilities that include shop owners, managers, engineers, programmers and other senior personnel. We currently are limiting the group to only these people because we believe this exclusivity is part of what makes this group different and helpful. Click here to request to join or email for an invite if you feel you meet that criteria and would like to see the post above and be part of this and other discussions.