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It is intended that this series of articles should give some idea of New Zealand's advance in industrial progress. To find a starting point was difficult, for there was such an modern factory production is the machine.
I soon found that we have in New Zealand, not only huge plants turning out a wide variety of articles, but that the very tools and machines which ensure the production are themselves designed and fabricated in New Zealand.
It is impossible in the compass of this article to cover the whole field, so that I had to make a selection.
I have taken as typical examples four engineering units; a great foundry and structural steel plant; a modern scientific precision engineering company; a highly specialised factory competing efficiently with overseas makers; and, lastly, a small but well-equipped workshop where the engineering art reaches its highest expression—tool-making.
I have had fascinating days and shocks of almost electric intensity to find the pitch to which our engineering industry has attained. At the beginning of this century, there were thirty-seven establishments of this kind whose efforts addedto the wealth of the community.
To-day there are no less than separate organisations who bring over a million and a quarter into the community chest, and keep 3, New Zealanders in work.
Some firms are nation-wide, one of them, for instance, having fourteen branches. The growth of this particular industry only goes to prove once more how essentially British we are.
That delightful everyday philosopher, Wyndham Lewis, explains in his last book about John Bull, the reasons that made the British the first portion of the human race to be clean shaven. It took time, however. We have always Template floor at Cable's.
These patterns are of a radio tower—full size. To-day the spark gap and the drill are mightier than the pen. The satisfaction of human needs, and the elimination of drudgery are the twin tasks of the machine.
This is the age of the engineer. I have had a great deal to do with the technical experts of the Railways Department. However one looks at human problems, there is something refreshing about the viewpoint of the technician.
Others may forecast, may keep exact records, may devise management systems … but the engineer has to make something that works. Overhead designed and made by Cable's.
Designed and fabricated at Cable's—milling and grinding machine. The surveys that follow show this principle at work in its highest form. I would have loved to have covered this subject by describing in detail the splendour, modernity, and comprehensive efficiency of our own Railway Workshops of which one distinguished visitor said: Our first visit was paid to the works of William Cable and Co.
This old, purely New Zealand concern was founded by E. Mills and the late Mr. William Cable who joined as engineering foreman, and subsequeutly became a partner. As the foundation date wasits own centennial celebrations are approaching.2.
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