From machine parts to dumbbells: How a cast iron foundry responded to the pandemic (CNET)

CNET: From machine parts to dumbbells: How a cast iron foundry responded to the pandemic. “Goldens’ Cast Iron didn’t always make workout equipment. Founded by two brothers in Columbus, Georgia, in 1882, the company spent its first century building things like machine parts, sugarcane syrup kettles and, during World War II, steering engines for Liberty ships. It was a lot of important stuff, though nothing you were likely to find in your home. It took COVID-19 to change that.”

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