American Precision Museum Model Engineering Show
30 October 2009
Once again was well represented at the APM annual show of mode engineering. We (Terri, Roy, Eddie and I) went up on Friday and set up my display and then toured about the show looking at other exhibits while more setting up was taking place. Other NEMES members arrived throughout the afternoon and added their displays to the show.
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Fred Smith of IMService http://www.imsrv.com/
Very nice looking fixture plate.
Traveling companions Roy Bear and Eddie Moose
Your humble webmaster setting up my display. I sent my wife off with the camera while I was doing this and she took quite a number of the photos on this page. Thanks Terri!
Honking big C clamp
Rich and Laurie Sabol
A variety of used tooling was offered for sale
NEMES member Ernie Smith setting up
Norm Jones lugging in some of his equipment
Roy and Eddie (L) and Ron Ginger (R)
Dave Bono showing his outboard motor which he is re-creating from scratch based on two photos in an early 1900's magazine.
Doug Shaw of VT had some of his work on display. Doug custom builds movie (film) cameras for a variety of clients.
NEMES member Rich Puleo showed off this laminar flow engine
This trailer rig was put together by an instructor at a technical school to too far from the APM with grants, donations and personal effort. He travels to local (and not so local) middle schools to let young students wee what possibilities there are in manufacturing.
We had dinner Saturday night with Dave and Romayne Bono in the Station House Restraint in Windsor. The decor theme is railway and this interesting light once graced a passenger car.
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