The Case of the Machine Mutilation

The Case of the Machine Mutilation

When a two-man team is called in to check on a milling machine that was causing factory lights to dim, things take a gruesome turn.

When two service technicians arrived at a facility to check on a malfunctioning milling machine, they confirmed a peculiar operational pattern. When turned on, the machine would run normally for an hour or two, but then it would run hot, causing the lights in the factory to dim. The pair promptly took steps to troubleshoot the situation. Unfortunately, this task would ultimately lead to one man losing his hand. In the end, the forensic investigation would center on whether the victim’s

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