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Old 10-14-2016, 01:52 PM   #79
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Normal, believe it or not. The vibrations and bumping that you feel (and then get accustomed to) in your feet make you feel a little weird for a few minutes after the presses stop, though.

The 100-150 ton press noises didn't make it, but when that 300 ton Niagara press was thumping, you could hear/feel it at the front door, and it was as far from the door as you could get and still be inside the plant.

It's amazing what the human body and it's systems can get used to.
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