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How Roller Brushes Are Made

| | | April 11, 2023

Process X reveals the processes behind making objects we rarely think about. Case in point: the spinning brushes found in carwashes and on street sweepers. The Kyoshin Giken Co. makes these brushes by chopping up plastic bristles, setting them into a metal channel, then bending it into a spiral. Then it’s time for a haircut.


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