an excerpt from The 28 Inch Mill by Robert D. Frantz
After the roller’d finished settin’ up the mill, he’d signal the rougher operator to blow up and he’d blow two and call the pusher on the P. A.
“O. K. Wayne, try one.”
And we’d run a bar through the mill and then the assistant roller, it was always the assistant roller, would walk down to the hot saw to get a test piece.
Didja ever think about that Janos? Anybody could go down and pick up a test piece, but it was always the assistant roller. Continue reading