Avery Assembly Line Lessons

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By Gas Engine Magazine Staff

courtesy of Aumann

Avery factory collection, lot No. 4066 of the C.H. Wendel archives auction conducted by Aumann Auctions, Inc.

assembly line page

This collection of factory photographs show the employees in action creating Avery engines using a variety of metal fabrication equipment.

Avery instructions

Here’s a bit of history for you! The purpose of these printouts could be many things. Perhaps they were for marketing, a reassurance to customers on the extreme attention to detail and craftsmanship put into every engine. If you’ve ever found yourself employed in a factory setting, you can imagine them pinned up in the breakroom or office to inspire daily quality performance from employees. They might have been pulled from an owner’s manual, which seems likely. Origination aside, enjoy this small glimpse into the factory life of an Avery employee. — Editor

factory man

C.H. Wendels’s Literature Archives Auction closed December 2020

working man

To view the complete collection and results, visit Aumann Vintage Power.

Updated on Oct 8, 2021  |  Originally Published on Oct 7, 2021
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