The process of manufacturing a casket begins with Harvey
cutting the raw lumber that he and the rest of the staff will need.
Terry assembles the rails that will form part of the top
portion of the casket.
After the individual components have been milled, Jonathon assembles them.
The casket now begins to take on a familiar shape.
When the casket has been assembled, Cori hand rubs
the stain onto the raw wood.
Caskets curing in the spray booth following one of several coats
nesessary to produce the final finish.
Cori attaches handles to the casket.
Joan sews interiors which she will later install in the caskets
Seventy-two hours after the first piece of wood was cut,
Adeline inspects and assigns an individual serial number to the completed casket.
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