1. Sputters
    March 1, 2013 @ 1:34 am

    truly an awesome video… something you don't think about that often… entertaining and informative

  2. OneFish TwoFish
    March 1, 2013 @ 4:14 am

    Incredible video – I want to work in a factory! Actually, I think I'd rather just drive the BMW and let others put it together, but I'm glad someone does this!

  3. DoctorDel
    March 1, 2013 @ 6:44 am

    Thanks for this, Scot.

  4. scot
    March 2, 2013 @ 6:44 pm

    ~ i decided to run this again during a hole in the schedule. there are always details i had overlooked. fascinating!

  5. Brent Fullard
    March 4, 2013 @ 1:21 am

    Don't know which is more impressive. The BMW 3 series production line of today, or Ford Motor Company's assembly line of 1936? Actually I think it's the latter. Judge for yourself:


    • scot
      March 4, 2013 @ 2:19 am

      ~ @ Brent, good counterpoint. interesting to watch the similarities and the differences. better soundtrack.

  6. johnjams
    January 30, 2018 @ 11:54 am

    The internal combustion wasn't invented until the late nineteenth century and the driving force for machinery in factories, mines and on farms was the steam engine. … The traction engines could also drive large circular saws, the power being transferred via a large flat belt from the flywheel on the engine. Timing Belt Dealer in Pakistan

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