It's a very nice way to spend the time. It requires concentration but at the same time you always making steady, concrete progress. The machines require your undivided attention; if you space out you might lose a finger. It's a sensory experience. To know your machine you must be in tune with all of its chatterings and vibrations. The acrid smell of cutting oil. The uncertain interpretation of blueprints.
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