Steps in manufacture of munitions in a German factory during World War I
Germany Date:1918, January Duration:4 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Munitions manufacture in Germany. Guide rings are formed and fastened into grooves around munitions casing. Casings are stood on their bases in molds. Molten metal is poured into the molds. Casings with molded metal on bases are removed and placed into lathe where guide rings are machined. Metal chips fly off the lathe during this process. The guide rings are further machined with rotary milling machine. A woman grinds casing surfaces in a machine. Casings are given water pressure checks. Water spouts from a defective casing. Munition casings are cleaned and packed.
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