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A look behind the scenes at how everyday things are manufactured. Typically each episode includes three to four products featured, with a mix consisting of common items such as jeans, aluminum foil and cereal, and less predictable ones like wax figurines, braille typewriters and pinball machines.

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aired 292 days ago
Recycled skateboards; braided pastry; construction trailers; and metalworking vises.
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Recycled skateboard guitars; solar street lights; dolls.
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Glass faucets; fire truck ladders; antique clock restoration; barbecue utensils.

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