Machining Airplane Landing Gear at Vahl, Inc!

Vahl, Inc. has been a key part of American manufacturing and aerospace history since 1938! They produce landing gear for planes such as the C-17 and the F-18 fighter jet to name a few. Space may be the final frontier but it’s made in northern New Jersey. Stick around for the end to see the coolest part I’ve ever held: a part for the Apollo Lunar Module. Can anyone guess what it is?
Today, we’ll get the full-on tour with Derek Dieken, who I met while visiting Sandvik Coromant. A huge thank you to Vahl, Inc. for letting us film. It’s been an honor!
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Links for this video
IMTS 2018 Full Length Video | http://bit.ly/2Pc33XE
Sandvik Coromant Factory Tour | http://bit.ly/2zPTchL
Close-Up Look At The Main Landing Gear Of A Boeing C-17 Globemaster III | http://bit.ly/2ESlbBJ
C-17 Swivel Post: From Forging to Finished | http://bit.ly/2RojxsW
Starrett Tour | http://bit.ly/2yodbmf
MORE FACTORY TOURS | http://bit.ly/2MO5cET
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