Innovative approach by Arnold craftsman makes task faster, less strenuous

James “Trapper” Landon, an inside machinist in the Arnold Air Force Base Model and Machine Shop, left, shows one of the cages he constructed for the Trapper Lapper 5000, a device developed to speed the lapping process. In the background, Outside Machinist Joel Sizemore puts the Trapper Lapper 5000 to work. The device allows for the automation of a process that previously had to be performed manually. (U.S. Air Force photo by Bradley Hicks) (This image has been altered by obscuring a badge for security purposes)

PHOTO BY: Bradley Hicks
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