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When I describe my best friend, Harry, as a "machinist," I always feel like I'm selling him short. He's more of a "Maestro of Metal" - a guy who can take a block of stainless-steel stock and then transform it in ways you would never imagine.

Harry and I have been friends since 10th grade, and he's one of the most genuine, decent guys I've ever known.

Once, when Harry came up to visit me during my undergrad years at Penn State, I introduced him to my dorm mates by saying: "This is Harry... he can breathe life into a block of metal."

While I'm biased here, I'm not exaggerating. I've been examining Harry's work since the late 1970s, when he started as an apprentice machinist, and I'm awed by his skills.

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