Chandler Mohan adjusts a Toshiba vertical turret lathe that makes parts for the TriMax portable machining system at Tri Tool Inc. in Rancho Cordova. The system eliminates pinch points where a welder’s clothing and fingers can get caught when working on pipes.
Chandler Mohan adjusts a Toshiba vertical turret lathe that makes parts for the TriMax portable machining system at Tri Tool Inc. in Rancho Cordova. The system eliminates pinch points where a welder’s clothing and fingers can get caught when working on pipes. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Chandler Mohan adjusts a Toshiba vertical turret lathe that makes parts for the TriMax portable machining system at Tri Tool Inc. in Rancho Cordova. The system eliminates pinch points where a welder’s clothing and fingers can get caught when working on pipes. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
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