When precisely isn’t quite precise enough

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Peter Eickworth and André Kuhn, executive directors of Eickworth, with their 3D measuring machine. © BAB/Jann Raveling

December 11, 2018: When Peter Eickworth and André Kuhn, the two executive directors, stroll through the Eickworth Modellbau factory they are surrounded on all sides by humming, buzzing, howling and rattling. CNC machines the size of garages mill components out of huge, heavy aluminium blocks in a relentlessly meticulous process. The employees produce, assemble and test until everything fits precisely, down to a hundredth of a millimetre.

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