How It's Made returns with new spellbinding episodes showing how everything from digital-antalog converters to diving masks and fins 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.
Visit the factory floor and learn the secrets of how everyday items such as apple cider, fishing line, kerosene lamp burners and much more are made.
Visit the factory floor and learn the secrets of how everyday items such as time-delay locks, irrigation sprinklers, tweezers and much more are made.
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- Premiered: October 11, 2004
- Rating: TV-G
- Premise: A series that shows how familiar objects used in everyday life are made. (more)