Boeing machine operator Les Nystrom loads 737 MAX wing skin panels and stringers into the new panel assembly line that uses automation to drill holes and install fasteners in the upper and lower wing panels.
Boeing machine operator Les Nystrom loads 737 MAX wing skin panels and stringers into the new panel assembly line that uses automation to drill holes and install fasteners in the upper and lower wing panels. Boeing Courtesy photo
Boeing machine operator Les Nystrom loads 737 MAX wing skin panels and stringers into the new panel assembly line that uses automation to drill holes and install fasteners in the upper and lower wing panels. Boeing Courtesy photo
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June 02, 2015 12:26 PM

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