A construction crane was used to make a precision millwork in the Philippines in the early 1900s.
“I have a lot of precision millworks,” said a builder in the video.
It’s an interesting twist on a question that has puzzled the world for more than a century.
Did the crane use to be a precision machinist?
The BBC reports that the machine was used in the 1920s by some of the most famous architects of the time, including John Paul II and George Bernard Shaw.
A crane, a mill and a tool used in construction.
The machine was also used in a number of other buildings, including the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York, and the Museum of Modern Art in New Orleans.
But it wasn’t until the early 20th century that the crane was taken to the next level.
The machine, called a “precision machine”, was made by a firm called H.S. Millwright, according to a 1909 article in the Chicago Daily News.
This machine was then used to build some of America’s most iconic buildings.
There’s no official record of whether the crane used by the builders millwork was a precision machine, but it’s clear that it was used for something different.
And, as far as we know, it was never used again.
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