Included: magnets; cooked ham; silver-plated teapots; crash-test dummies.
Chainsaw art; breath mints; bamboo bicycles; manual motorcycle transmissions.
Sanders; solid-terrain models; stucco; high-speed roll-up doors.
Muffins; metal detectors; aircraft engines.
Whips; incense cones; scale turbine engines; automated pizza makers.
Cuff links; dashboards; pottery; blueberry turnovers.
Pork pies; rally cars; floating fountains; artificial stone ornaments.
Frozen French fries; balloons; wallpaper; incandescent lightbulbs.
The manufacturing of umbrellas, outboard motors, silver cutlery and tape measures is examined.
External hard drives, frozen shrimp, Thai rice boxes and paper towels are spotlighted.
Ambulances; dining-room tables; diatonic accordions; acrylic awards.
Gears; dishes; kitchen shears; leather watchbands.
Combination locks; pottery; recreational vehicles; erasers.
Included: mountain bike suspensions; surgical sutures; grain dryers; and frying pans.
Popcorn; adjustable beds; riding mowers; cultured diamonds.
Technical glass; washing machines; playing cards; crossbows.
Included: downhill ski bindings; immersion parts washers; mining ventilation; and pencil sharpeners.
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Mon Sep 7 3:00amSeason 5, Episode 14 SCI
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- Premiered: January 6, 2001
- Rating: TV-G
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- Premise: A series that shows how familiar objects used in everyday life are made. (more)