How It's Made

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Friday 9:00 PM on The Science Channel Premiered Jan 06, 2001 Between Seasons

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  • How Are NFL Footballs Made?

    Excerpt

    12/14/15

    Take a look inside the process of making footballs for the NFL!
  • How Are ATM's Made?

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    11/12/15

    Built both for security and keeping the electronic components safe from the elements, ATM machines are put through punishing tests.
  • How Is Champagne Made?

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    10/29/15

    Incredible attention to detail is the hallmark of making champagne. From cutting the proper grapes, to fermentation and turning the bottles, nothing is left to chance.
  • How Are Camera Tripods Made?

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    10/9/15

    This tripod factory is one where precise machine cuts are made in tubes, and workers hand piece them together with custom housings.
  • How Is Mini Pepperoni Made?

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    10/5/15

    From the special spices, to the drying and smoking of the links, see how tasty little pepperonis are made.
  • Statue Restoration

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    10/2/15

    A seasoned artisan painstakingly cleans then rebuilds damaged pieces of antique religious statues with hand mixed plasters.
  • How Is Sake Made?

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    9/29/15

    See sake made the traditional way as workers hand manipulate the rice and fermentation. A traditional press is used to extract the sake.
  • Center Pivot Irrigation Systems

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    9/24/15

    These massive, rolling irrigation systems are custom designed to fit the field they will be irrigating The factory makes the pipes and the team assembles them on-site.
  • Gingerbread Houses

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    6/25/15

    From the mixing of the dough, pressing of the house shapes and initial assembly, we go inside how Gingerbread Houses are made. Decorations are included for the customer to finish the build.
  • Hand Held Pizzas

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    4/3/14

    Usually, we are captivated by the machines mixing, cutting and baking items such as these hand held pizzas. However, ingredients are the star in this How It's Made video.
  • World's Smallest Car

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    4/3/14

    The Peel P50 is a three-wheeled microcar originally manufactured from 1962 to 1965 by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. It recently sold for $176,000!
  • Graphene

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    4/3/14

    In 2004, scientists extracted a substance called graphene from graphite - the material used to make pencils. Graphene can reveal chemical in the air, as well as disease enzymes in blood.
  • Ceramic Grills

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    4/3/14

    Ceramic grills are made with a simple slurry and glaze, but magic happens in the kiln. Fired at 2300 degrees, the parts are transformed into the glazed ceramic cooker.
  • Stile and Rail Doors

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    4/3/14

    One look at these sturdy doors and you would not believe they are pieced together with relatively small strips meticulously cut and glued then assembled by hand.
  • Pasta Makers

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    4/3/14

    This handy kitchen appliance is made using stainless steel, cutting rolls, and electrically powered motors to create perfectly shaped pasta every time.
  • Ball Valves

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    4/3/14

    A ball valve is a form of quarter-turn valve which uses a hollow, pivoting ball to control flow through it.
  • Channel Signs

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    4/3/14

    Before they appear above stores and restaurants, iluminated channel signs are created using vinyl and aluminum.
  • Aquarium Fish

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    4/3/14

    Aquariums have been around for hundreds of years. The most common aquarium fish is the goldfish.
  • Pasta Dies; Blueberries; Composting Toilets; Surge Arresters

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    S 26 : Ep 23 - 9/19/16

    Featured: pasta dies; blueberries; composting toilets; surge arresters.
  • Coconut Shell Charcoal; Dial Indicators; Wet Downdraft Tables; Bassoon Reeds

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    S 26 : Ep 22 - 9/12/16

    Featured: coconut shell charcoal; dial indicators; wet downdraft tables; bassoon reeds.
  • Concrete Walls, 3d Printers, Telescopic Cranes, and Kerosene Lamp Burners

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    S 26 : Ep 15 - 4/30/15

    Concrete Walls, 3D Printers, Telescopic Cranes, and Kerosene Lamp Burners.
  • Car Headlamps, Directional Drills, Pet Combs, and Stained Glass Restoration

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    S 26 : Ep 14 - 5/7/15

    Car Headlamps, Directional Drills, Pet Combs, and Stained Glass Restoration.
  • Grammy Awards; Bicycle Lights; Above-Ground Pools; Foldable Solar Panels

    Full Episode

    S 25 : Ep 1 - 4/2/15

  • Recycled Skateboards; Braided Pastry; Construction Trailers; Vises

    Full Episode

    S 24 : Ep 11 - 11/21/14

  • Gas Barbecues, Mattress Pads, and Ear Prostheses

    Full Episode

    S 24 : Ep 10 - 11/7/14

  • Mountain Bikes, Rice, Lever-Action Rifles

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    S 23 : Ep 13 - 7/3/14

  • Racing Leathers; Evaporative Condensers; Wood Rocking Chairs; Wire Wheels

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    S 23 : Ep 12 - 6/26/14

  • Railway Bridge Ties, Membrane Filters, Hydraulic Post Drivers, Bi-planes

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    S 23 : Ep 4 - 4/24/14

  • Noise Barrier Walls, Front-Load Washers, Bourbon, Flexible Circuit Boards

    Full Episode

    S 23 : Ep 3 - 4/17/14

  • Rawhide Lampshades, Chocolate Chip Cookies, MRI Scanners

    Full Episode

    S 23 : Ep 2 - 4/10/14

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