There’s nothing like a deli sandwich stacked high with thinly sliced meat. Such delights are made possible thanks to the electric deli slicer. How It’s Made takes us inside the Hobart factory to see how they assemble these useful and ubiquitous carving machines. We would have liked to have seen the metal casting process too.
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Next time you get a cut and slap a bandage on it, remember this factory video in appreciation of all the engineering and operational complexity that goes into producing that little thing you stuck on your skin. There’s something incredibly satisfying about watching all of those roller machines running.
The Science Channel’s How It’s Made takes us inside a factory that makes stainless steel forks, knives, and spoons. There’s much more to it than pouring molten metal into molds, which is what we had always assumed. We’re guessing the hollow handles cut down on raw materials cost.
Those springy playground animals are something we’ve taken for granted since we were little kids. But a whole lot of work goes into making each one of these durable aluminum and steel playthings, as you’ll see in this factory video from the Science Channel series How It’s Made.