Chinese factory owners would never want to endanger their employees’ safety, which is why they use incredibly life-like (and helmetless) robots to work inside 6-ton metal presses.
8 Littlegrey Comments:
I figured I would see some blood sqiurt out all over the place.
ok, so...in the event that that huge machine breaks and falls faster than they expect...what do you suppose would happen? those guys are in and out of the serious danger zone within a second or so, and none of them really even duck when the press is coming down so they're apparently not in too much danger of the thing falling on their heads. really, the biggest danger to these guys is back pain and chronic boredom as far as this video goes. of course, in china if all of those guys dies and they replaced them with new guys every week it would still be cheaper than replacing them with robots. awesome. go china. . .
i was expecting somebody to die
This makes me like my own job much much better
Incidentally, in my planning class, we're learning to say "No" to doing unsafe things when it comes to work one might find dangerous.
That has to be the most unsafe working conditions I've ever seen.
wait for it...
wait for it....
(i dont care if i spelled it wrong)
Gotta love China's work ethic, or lack there of.
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