Love your show. I would be interested in seeing how needles for syringes are made. Being so small, sharp and precise to deliver a liquid through the tip would be interesting to see what type of machinery creates this item.
tantalum compasers/resisters how is it made and what do they all look like all I have seen they are muster color and vary rare from Canada and Used in computer and electronics because they stay cooler, if u have a show on it send me a shout out I would like to see it. I tried to look for Tantalum on internet and show divert shapes and materals
I watch How's It Made, usually ever day. This show and Food Factory are our go to channels, when there is nothing else on. Believe it or not, that is everyday. I have grown to appreciate why prices are so high on many items. Keep up the good work and I would love to see how pantyhose are made. I give the show a 10.
Have you ever had a show about how minced onion rings are made? I think a few name brand French fry factories still make them but, I have a large group who have always wondered how they make them. Thanks in advance
Would like to know how parfum is manufactured in large companies like Coty in North Carolina, How they manage to keep the oils blended with what ever kind of denatured alcohol. What they use to prolong the scent, and how is the parfum clear in color verses taking on natural essential colors. PLEASE let me know if How It's Made take this on so I can tune in to watch.
I see some friends of mine smoking the E-Cig's and they love it because its water vapar and they can smoke them anywhere. Just last week, my husband and I went to the local mall and noticed not only are they selling the E-Cig's but now the E-Cigars.
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