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One of the first tape-controlled machines is this 16in lathe made by American Tool Works Co. The recorder and associated circuits on the left were supplied by International General Electric Co.
Exhibit at the National Slate Museum.
(Detail). Exhibit at the National Slate Museum.
(Detail). Exhibit at the National Slate Museum.

of Cincinnati

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