As tools get "bagged" for lack of need, will they need even less of us to run them and maintain them. The distances between equipment will make it harder to spot problems.
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It happened in Oregon when it was slow there. Bagging is plastic bagging to shutdown the tools to reduce energy and maintenance costs. If the tools are taken off line and taken out of production they do not need maintenance.
Bagging tools? That's sounds funny.