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“The saw was round by definition, 1/4 thick, vicious gnashing teeth carved into its rotating maw by some other, steel-cutting saw.”
“(Soundbite of steel-cutting torch) JASON BEAUBIEN: At the workshop of Protecto Glass in Mexico City, workers cut plates of ballistic steel with a torch.”
“To support his new family, Tony took on a series of double and triple jobs that ranged from packing supports for construction pipes to manning a steel-cutting machine.”
“One of the samples was collected ten minutes after the collapse of the first Tower, so was not possibly contaminated by the collapse of WTC7 later that afternoon, let alone the even later steel-cutting operations.”
“It's stacked with generators, steel-cutting equipment, machining tools, and salvage pumps that can remove water from the ship or transfer it from one hold to another.”
“This would point to an inside job, because it takes many days to set thermite steel-cutting demolition charges to decimate buildings like the WTCs on 9/11.”
“And then we make our own dyes, for the different steel-cutting machinery, and the steel-farming machinery.”
“In the preparation of steel-cutting charges, the factors of type, size and placement of the explosive are important for successful operations.”
“He takes the singers - and a documentary crew - to visit a Beijing boiler factory where he spent six years working on a steel-cutting machine.”
“BMW is also making widespread use of FDM to make jigs and fixtures at its plant in Regensburg, Germany as an alternative to various steel-cutting processes.”
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