On this episode of How it's Made: NASCAR car bodies, hurley sticks, tube power amplifiers, and thermal coffee pots.
07:11 — Find out how cartridge blades, chocolate banana loaves, vending machines, and dive computers are made.
11:00 — Blister Packs, Deli Slicers, Oysters, Weathervanes
Harutora and Natsume interrupt Suzuka as she tries to bring her older brother back from the dead.
10:03 — Discover how heather gems, instant film, beet sugar, and electric roadsters are made.
07:13 — Find out how exercise bikes, cornish pastries, pasta makers, and slate products are made.
03:28 — Find out how today's synthetic fishing line is woven, baked, tested and spooled to be extra durable.
03:28 — Once a time consuming, labor intensive task, the making of stone floors with elaborate designs can now be done in a factory in just hours.
03:11 — From the special spices, to the drying and smoking of the links, see how tasty little pepperonis are made.
03:40 — The surprising thing about 3D printers is that 3D printers are used to make most of the parts. Find out about these self-replicating devices.
03:17 — Storage sheds provide a home for things that don't belong or fit in the house. Here's how they are made!
04:52 — Patterns of neoprene fabric fit together like a jigsaw puzzle in order to create a heavily insulated wet suit.
04:47 — Before they appear above stores and restaurants, iluminated channel signs are created using vinyl and aluminum.
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- Premiered: October 11, 2004
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- Premise: A series that shows how familiar objects used in everyday life are made. (more)
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