the plastic contains nothing inside coz it was just a demo
this is for the obentou wrapper
As the person in charge was explaining how the machines work, which I don't really understand much , I just look around at their machines.
looks like a fridge to me
See no touch. I didn't touch any of the machines. Just looked them from near as I don't want to end up getting wrapped by the machines.
this reminds me of my bicycle back at home
One of their workers tried to brain-washed us that their machines are so good that they don't vibrate when they are turned on. They put a coin on the machine to prove it to us.
I should have take this 500yen coin back
Certainly, I must say this company is not the right one if you are finding for a good vibrator. They just couldn't vibrate!
As I was taking a picture of the whole factory, I noticed there's something fishy in the picture I took.
look at the guy in yellow
Okay la. Since he had noticed I was taking pictures, I let him pose lor. But mana tau, came the whole gang!
the way they stand is something like chimpanzees
On my way walking out of that area, I noticed some racks full of screws. I know I couldn't take them back. So I took a picture instead.
I wish I could use these when I'm screwing someone
Later, it continued with the Q&A session.
another lecture? not again!
I could just remember one thing from that session. It seems that the salary for working in this factory is around 80,000yen (RM2,600). Not bad for a job which require you to play with screws.
these are what their machines produce
not the food, but the packing part
The next stop was Union Tool. This factory produces stuff like screw. You must be wondering why our trip is all about screw, right? I have no idea as well. I guess the person who planned all this must have screwed everything up.
the end product from this company
Besides screw, they produce printed circuits for cell-phones as well. Again, we were given an introduction before we were taken around. But when I was flipping the pamphlets distributed, I came across this thing.
it looks just fine, right?
No, when you read the English part. I know spelling error is a common thing. But for an international company who has branches that spans until the United States, this is something which shouldn't happen, dont you think so? It's okay to spell it boaD, which has no meaning. But how if it's boaR? People will then thinks that this factory produces 'printed circuit boar drills'. Don't ask me what they use that for.
The drills they produce are so fine that it has a diameter of 0.05mm. They are on a research to produce drills which is 0.02mm in diameter. If you couldn't figure it out how thin there are, here is a comparison with human hair.
that is about four times thinner than human hair!
Later we were taken into the factory. No pictures as they are prohibited inside the factory. Anyway, one thing I can tell is it smelled like one kind inside there. Some sort of steel smell.
Overall, I wouldn't say this lawatan sambil belajar thing was boring. But it wasn't really interesting either. Maybe the main plus point for us was that there's no classes for us today. There will be an hostel festival this coming weekend. That should be much more interesting than this one. I'll make an update on that later on.