10/17/2008

Video Tour: Bryco Machine

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Bryco Machine recently reorganized its shop floor to implement a leaner process. Here is a narrated tour through the shop.

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Bryco Machine recently reorganized its shop floor to implement a leaner process. Here is a narrated tour through the shop. To read much more about this Chicago-area job shop, see the article under “Editors Picks” at right.

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