The steel shipping drum was invented in the late 1800s for the oil industry.
The Mayans began using teapots over 2600 years ago, and they're still in use.
The level was invented in the 17th century to keep structures plumb and true.
What's the difference between raw and enameled cast iron cookware?
How does gas get from your fuel tank to the engine cylinders?
Because of their oil pant treatment, these paper umbrellas are waterproof.
Find out how hot dogs go from raw meat at a factory to your local street vendor.
"How It's Made," shows us how combination wrenches are manufactured.
Sweet, delicious tomatoes are cutivated in a greenhouse as opposed to outdoors.
In this clip from "How It's Made," find out how artificial trees are made.
Find out how a small piece of aluminum is formed into a nifty baseball bat.
Check out how factories make vegetable lasagna.
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