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    Cecil Long, a production technician at Cuddledown, a bedding manufacturer in Yarmouth, uses a whiffle ball bat to spread down evenly within a comforter while it's being stretched on a frame. After it's stretched, the down is machine-quilted into square pockets.

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    Jerry Carr, a production technician at Cuddledown, opens a large bag of down feathers before funneling them through a distribution pipe to the factory floor, and later sweeps the remains from the floor (below).

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    Piles of products are stacked within the "down loft" at Cuddledown.

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    Jerry Carr of Cuddledown in Yarmouth pushes a pile of down feathers into the suction of a distribution pipe, which routes the filler throughout the factory floor.

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    Leslie Dube, a production technician at Cuddledown, wheels an empty bin toward her work station, where she sews and packages pillows.

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    Eric Graffam, an in-house catalog photographer at Cuddledown, moves a ladder off the set after adjusting some studio lighting.

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    Carr sweeps feathers from the floor into a distribution pipe.

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