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Old 01-09-2013, 03:36 PM   #16
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I'll post this here instead of making another thread.....even though someone probably will.

Just released on Twitter with the caption "A revolution in driving precision". Can anyone tell what it is?

This is some sort of a hydraulic welding fixture to hold multiple components for welding. You can see lots of hydraulically actuated clamps. In the foreground, I can see one or two robotic welding arms. Might be some other process, but my guess is welding... either arc, TIG, or spot.
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I suspect GM lacks more nerve than creativity. Why else would they choose to follow rather than lead design trends....it's safer.
I suppose you are right.
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I'm taking care of my procrastination issues, just you wait and see.
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Just yankin' yur chain buddy!

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Oh I know. I thought it was funny.
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