Bryan Miller
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Machinists have a little exercise that was purportedly once used to evaluate an apprentice's competence. It was something like a belt test in Karate, except you'd use a lathe and a mill. The apprentice would be shown the object pictured up top (appropriately called a Turner's Cube), was given no instructions, and asked to crank one out on their own.

Machinists have a little exercise that was purportedly once used to evaluate an apprentice's competence. It was something like a belt test in Karate, except you'd use a lathe and a mill. The apprentice would be shown the object pictured up top (appropriately called a Turner's Cube), was given no instructions, and asked to crank one out on their own.