Before the new year begins, let’s take a trip back in time to the beginnings of the 20th century.
Long before KELLER.Software was in existence, there were milling machines and lathes. Of course, at that time they were not controlled by a computer but by careful manual labour. Some of these machines can be seen in the “Feinmechanisches Museum Fellenbergmühle” in the district town of Merzig, Germany.
The interesting thing is that the principle has changed almost completely over the years. In the photo you can see a lathe (ca. 1900) from the museum and a workpiece made there.
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