Tag Archives: machinery

Rochester’s Reconnaissance Satellite

Welcoming guests as they enter the Strasenburgh Planetarium lobby sits a Gambit, a reconnaissance satellite manufactured in Rochester during the Cold War.  In the early ‘60s, the U.S. government entrusted Eastman Kodak’s Research & Engineering unit, now owned by L3Harris Technologies, with the development of a satellite observation system to secure photos of Soviet military […]

Rigging the Boulter Way

There is a certain finesse required to complete a rigging job in the highest quality possible.  Manufacturing machines aren’t simple moves either: they’re bulky and oddly-shaped.  But those large, heavy machines are a huge investment to our clients; therefore, we take extra precautions to make sure the job is done correctly and with the highest caliber work […]