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The all-important nuts and bolts of nuts and bolts—and how to use them properly.

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Published in September 2018
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From World War II refugee to snowmaking innovator.

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Published in September 2015

As resorts expand the range of their digital communications strategies, they are finding success in a growing number of media.

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  • Volume 51-1
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Published in January 2012

Creating great and safe freestyle terrain requires an arsenal of specialized tools.

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  • Author Bob Holme
  • Volume 46-6
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Published in November 2007
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Here's a look at what's available in the fan gun market.

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  • Author Slavko Stanchak
  • Volume 43-4
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Published in July 2004
A report on the the purchase and use of a Montana multi-function robotic tuner at Sunday River, Me. The Robo Tune machine has meant faster, better tunes on the hill with added profits back at the office.

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  • Author Tom Richardson
  • Volume 34-3
Published in May 1995
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The safety loop monitor is not just an expensive gadget: as the guarantor of a subtle, vital function, it is management's friend. A technical look at the problems of emergency stoppages and how a failsafe mechanism can ease the minds of operators and insurers. Includes an analysis of the problem and detailed flow chart of how it occurs.Sidebar electrical plan visualizes the differences.

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  • Author Vincent De Araujo
  • Volume 32-3
Published in May 1993
Electric impact wrenches are handy tools for mountain use when pneumatic wrenches are not convenient or available. A review of six types of impact wrenches includes a comparison chart and photos.

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  • Author Sanford Wilk
  • Volume 31-5
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Published in September 1992
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A specialized tool that does its job very well, the chop saw has a place in almost all shops. For precise cutting jobs, the chop saw is inexpensive but critical. A review of nine different chop saws, their features, advantages and disadvantages. Includes a chart of specifications and photos.

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  • Author Sanford Wilk
  • Volume 31-2
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Published in March 1992
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Cutting steel sheet stock becomes manageable and precise when the correct nibbler is selected from a variety of machines available. Reviews each model with photos.

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  • Author Sanford Wilk
  • Volume 31-1
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Published in January 1992
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