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In complex manufacturing a considerable amount of resources is focused on training workers and developing new skills. Increasing the effectiveness of those processes and reducing the investment required is an outstanding issue. In this paper, we present an experiment (n = 20) that shows how modern metaphors such as collaborative mixed reality can be used to transmit procedural knowledge and could eventually replace other forms of face-to-face training. We implemented a mixed reality setup withdoi:10.3389/frobt.2017.00003 fatcat:da5ushnf5jawvppkyhcrtrikzy