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How It's Made

Season 9 2008
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  • 2008-01-14T02:00:00Z on Science
  • 25m
  • 6h 30m (13 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
  • Documentary
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Have you ever wondered how the products you use every day are made? How It's Made leads you through the process of how everyday products, such as apple juice, skateboards, engines, contact lenses, and many more objects are manufactured.
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13 episodes

Season Premiere

2008-01-14T02:00:00Z

9x01 Solid Tires; Cheesecake; Canoe Paddles; Globes

9x01 Solid Tires; Cheesecake; Canoe Paddles; Globes

  • Season Premiere

    2008-01-14T02:00:00Z30m

This episode demonstrates the production processes for solid tires, cheesecake, canoe paddles and globes, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for boomerangs, barbeques, pinball machines and strobe lights, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for wooden bowls, chainsaws, stackable potato chips, and jet compressor blades, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for steel wool, ranges, carved candles and slot machines, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for CCD semiconductors, airline meals, paper cups and trumpets, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for padlocks, hair clippers, wooden shoes and synthetic leather, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for racing shells, stainless steel sinks, leather, and pedal steel guitars, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for swords, pontoons, grandfather clocks and fuses, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for bumpers, lighting gels and camera filters, steam-powered models and candy canes, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for umbrellas, outboard motors, silver cutlery and tape measures, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for scalpels, oil paints, British police helmets and ice axes, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for bacon, snowblowers and luxury cars, and shows how each is made.

This episode demonstrates the production processes for automatic transmissions, silver miniatures, hot air balloon baskets and darts and shows how each is made.

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