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"Train Time" (2002) by Tom Nussbaum is a massive computer cut 1/2" thick polished stainless steel sculpture at the new Montclair, New Jersey light rail station. The single plate, measuring 12 feet wide by 12 1/2 feet high, and weighing approximately 3,600 pounds, with 1,500 cutouts was programmed, cut, fabricated and installed by Architectural Iron Company.
The artist, who has used Architectural Iron Company for four previous commisions views his own creation.

The reverse side of "Train Time" by looms above Don Quick, President of Architectural Iron Company, after Architectural Iron Company executed and installed this massive stainless steel sculpture in November 2002.

One of Architectural Iron Company's computerized plasma cutters cuts a test piece of 1/8" mild steel prior to cutting the actual "Train Time" by in September of 2002. Architectural Iron Company's state of the art cutters cut all metals, including cast iron, from paper thin through 2" thick at speeds up to 660 inches per minute.
On the wall to the left are other pieces cut on Architectural Iron Company's sophisticated cutters. Please note the color touch screen control panel on the internet ready computer which controls the cutting process.

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