Seen here showing off the rolls made especially for giants, this is a video tour of the Marutomi Paper Co. factory in Japan, which produces millions of rolls of toilet paper every month. Me? Personally I use about four rolls a month, plus several emergency magazine pages and a sock
In sandwich time news, this is a video detailing how white and chestnut bread is made at the Yum Yum bread factory in South Korea. Me? I love bread. Especially with some peanut butter and banana in between two slices! I also like peanut butter and jelly. When I was
This is a drone flythrough of Tesla’s new Giga Berlin manufacturing plant, where it’s begun production of its Model Y electric vehicles. Pretty cool. As cool as you? Nothing is as cool as you, where’d you get your jacket I want one just like it. So Tesla already have a
In now that would make an awesome middle school field trip news (we went to a waste water treatment plant), this is a video from inside a LEGO factory detailing how minifigs are made, at rates up to 8,000 minifigs/hour. Fascinating. Of course the short answer of how LEGO minifigs
This is a video from the Faber-Castell pen manufacturing plant in Engelhartszell, Austria detailing how the “superfluorescent” Textliner 48 highlighter is made. The factory in Engelhartszell produces some 35-million pens and markers every year, and I suspect at least half of those eventually spend some time in a person’s butt.
This is a classic clip from How Its Made featuring the processes by which waffle, sugar, and cake cones are manufactured on an industrial scale. That’s easy, waffle and sugar cones are made with deliciousness, and cake cones are made with the material that didn’t pass quality control to become
This is a video from the Popular Mechanics series ‘MADE HERE’ featuring a look inside the Hostess snacks factory. While it’s certainly a delicious video to watch, all the customized automation used to produce the snacks is impressive to see as well. FUN FACT: Did you know Hostess produces approximately