What is it?

What is it?

Earlier this week I toured a number of companies in the Portland, Oregon area and had the pleasure of seeing just how many cool and interesting products are made.

Here’s a photo I snapped at one company. Got any idea what it is?

I’ll tell ya.

It’s a machining jig used at Warne Scope Mounts. This particular one holds ten scope ring halves in exactly perfect orientation so that each can be shaped, finished, drilled and threaded in a single operation in one of Warne’s milling machines. As you can probably imagine, creating a perfect jig, where each ring half support is oriented correctly is quite an undertaking.

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