Interpretive dance isn’t for everyone, but we can all appreciate the efficient, graceful and damn near artistic manner in which automotive parts are made.
Coil springs already look fun, but after viewing this video of a spring being made for the now-defunct Toyota FJ Cruiser, you’re liable to quit that paper-pushing day job for a shot at doing what this guy does.
Hot, scorching stuff.
Every aspect of a new vehicle is designed via a computer, but men and women still need to make steel glow to create the parts. Presumably, even the self-driving vehicles that will carry us to pre-selected, government-approved destinations in our collective dystopian future will enjoy such hardware.
The future is terrifying, but springs are a joy.