During his 14 seasons on MythBusters, Jamie and Adam tested more than their share of myths involving duct tape. So when asked what his favorite brand of the sticky stuff was by a follower, you might be surprised to learn that Adam can’t stand the stuff. Watch and learn why and what he recommends using in its place.
We first heard from the Open Reel Ensemble back in 2018 when they showed us how to make music by drumming on reel-to-reel tape. In this video, they create a different kind of sound by tugging on tapes, fighting against the motors as each tape pulls against its magnetic playback head.
Techmoan examines an unusual bit of retro gadgetry which lets users see the precise arrangement of magnetic particles on tape recordings. You can find a modern-day version of the tape viewer from Arnold Magnetics. It’s basically a round version of those Wooly Willy toys.
This incredible fiberglass reinforced tape can repair just about anything, from broken tool handles to actively-leaking pipes. Once wet and formed into place, it cures 100 times stronger than duct tape. Comes with one 2″ wide wraps, one 1″ wide wrap, and prep materials.
A look inside the Duck Brand duct tape factory, where they transform rubber, gauze, and plastic into the super sticky, super strong material that’s a staple of every workshop. We wonder how quickly the Mythbusters could have built their duct tape canoe with that giant roll.
Do you send packages for your own business? Make your packages stand out from the crowd with Sticker Mule’s latest addition – custom-printed packaging tape. Simply upload your artwork, and it’ll ship in just 4 days. Grab a single 300′ x 3″ roll for just $9 through 4/17/17.
Duct tape is one of those amazing products which can be used for all manner of fixes, and even work as a survival tool. Now you can keep some duct tape with you everywhere you go, with these flat, pocket-sized packs which each contain 5 yards of the sticky stuff.
The idea of rolling off a cliff in any car – even surrounded by a roll cage – is pretty terrifying. This ad spot for FiberFix shows what happens when you hold together the roll cage with tape instead of welds. Then it gets way better than that old ’80s Krazy Glue commercial.