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How it's Made

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Please post any videos of products being made that you find interesting. I just watched pencil sharpeners being made as I am looking to add one to a product idea . It’s great to see what it take to manufacture on a real commercial scale . I am no where near that yet but one day you never know.
Look forward to your posts / video links this could be interesting to us all.

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Modern marvels:

http://www.history.com/shows/modern-marvels/vid...

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How it’s made aluminium cans is cleaver .

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Jacob your link is not available in the UK . Thank for the post

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Here’s a aluminum can link David … very interesting…….

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyumWUg_MXM

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Good link Archie

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Good link Michael…..
you never know when a Bahco adjustable wrench might save your life……

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b93XZVBch9w

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There is actually an entire series entitled “How It’s Made”, I believe it’s on the Discovery channel. There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of episodes featuring how various items are made from guns and hammers..to staplers and car batteries. They often have marathon episodes that run for 5 to 8 hours back to back. VERY interesting and enlightening. Great insight to how things are manufactured/fabricated and production processes.

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God Morgan Michael… Ja …. jag forstar … lol

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Michael … It looks like long hours if you’re working in the dark. I worked for the railroad as a conductor for a week back in the day…. lol Check out how they do it elsewhere …….

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuEefyIAO9k

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