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All in one operation, that amazing neck joint is done:
It's not all machine work.
A guitar body in a finish sanding work station gets hand work using an air driven orbital sander:
Those large slots in the workbench are vents through which air and sawdust exits the work area.
This is the famous ultraviolet finish curing booth:
Guitars go in there right from the spray department, and are exposed to high intensity ultraviolet radiation, which cures the finish in about 20 seconds.
A line of buffing machines wait for their operators to come back from lunch:
These guitar have just had their bridges clamped in place, and will be ready for neck attachment tomorrow:
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