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How It's Made

Postby Scrupulous » Wed Dec 03, 2008 5:10 pm

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For anyone who is not yet aware...

The show "How it's made" on the Discovery Channel is a great source for manufacturing know-how...top notch.

From time to time, I've notice some companies taking the long way to get certain things done. But for the most part, the show is a wealth of answers to mfg questions.

I myself watch it for the theme music. I can just sit there...and I'm in the zone. And, for those of you still looking for something to do ever since Bob Ross the Painter died, this is your answer. :)

Postby Work2XL » Wed Dec 03, 2008 10:12 pm

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Bob died? Damn, how am I ever going to get to sleep? He reminded me of my kindergarten teacher. I'll miss him.

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Postby inventor-x » Thu Jan 22, 2009 2:20 am

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Hi Scrupulous

I'm a big fan of the show myself 8) :lol:

A simple Idea/Product can be a complex thing to manufacture :o

Re: How It's Made

Postby Bleakley.K » Sun Mar 14, 2010 10:24 pm

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I am a huge fan of this show too. I learn a lot from it. Often I get dumbfounded as I've no idea some products are made in ways I never would've imagined.

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