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DEARBORN - A millimeter. It’s the thickness of the credit card that’s in your pocket right now. It’s the thickness of ten sheets of paper stacked up.
In other words, it’s a very small unit of measure and probably not something you could pick out with your naked eye.
But it was approximately one millimeter that was causing big headaches for Ford F-150 production at Kansas City Assembly Plant (KCAP). It took a 47-year Ford employee who goes by the nickname of “Cooter” to figure it out.
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