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he show is a documentary showing how common, everyday items (including foodstuffs like bubblegum, industrial products such as engines, musical instruments such as guitars, and sporting goods such as snowboards) are manufactured. It is filmed to simplify overdubbing in different languages. For example, the show avoids showing a narrator or host onscreen, does not often have employees of featured companies speak on camera, and keeps human interaction with the manufacturing process to a bare minimum. An off-screen narrator explains each process, often with humorous puns. Each half hour show usually has three or four main segments, with each product getting a demonstration of about five minutes; exceptions in the allotted time for more complex products. Usually, every show has at least one product with an historic background note preceding it: Showing how and where the product originated, and what people used before it. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
Find out how time-delay locks, brownies, pallet dispensers, and crystal chandeliers are made.
Find out how bead wire, mini pepperoni, irrigation sprinklers, and leather gloves are made.
Find out how tripods, polish sausages, and welding guns are made, and go inside the process of statue restoration.
Find out how champagne, ATMs, and marine turbochargers are made.
Find out how Sharpening Steels, Bladder Pumps, Ironing Boards, and Kayak Paddles are made.
Find out how champagne hoods and foils, pneumatic delivery systems, espresso machines, and pizza ovens are made.
Find out how ceramic grills, pneumatic punching machines, water jet fountains, and hollow wooden surfboards are made.
Find out how channel signs, wetsuits, and alumnium aircrafts are made.
A look at how aircraft engines, seats, paintings, and cabinets are made.
How aviation products are made: Bi-planes, Bottom Rolling Hangar Doors, Bush Planes, and Flight Simulators.
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