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This item is a video clip. It was created by an unknown creator on or around the date 1934.
A film extolling the virtues of the ‘speedweigh’ weighing machine, invented by Ted Coubray. Graphics depict how badly weighed products can lose profits or customers. Footage shows how the speedweigh works, using tea packers as demonstrators. Close ups of working parts. 0:04:46 Intertitles: “Speedweigh” logo ... “speed ... accuracy”. 0:04:56 “Today more than ever packaging must be done speedily! but more particularly with hair-splitting accuracy!” 0:05:20 “It is a fact that over your scales pa...
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