Our school newspaper staff visited the New York Times printing plant.
The paper is kept in giant rolls — 30,000 pages to roll
The rolls are so heavy that robots help the workers move them around.
But if you kick the robots, they stop.
The newspaper is printed with metal plates.
There are four colors of ink — black, cyan, magenta, and yellow.
The papers travel over head on a conveyor belt.
They control the machines from this control room.
We got newspapers from the future!
- #Brexit fallout: Markets around the world fell again Monday, and analysts expect the U.K. to enter a "mild recession" by early 2017.
- The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that abortion provider restrictions in Texas are unconstitutional.
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