Engineered S1 Ep. 5

7+
2008 • 49 mins

How does a 44,000-pound coil of steel become the frame and parts for dozens of new sedans and SUVs? What is semolina and why is it used to make dry pasta? How does a snow blower pick up and throw over a ton of snow a minute? And just what makes a compound bow so much easier to operate than a traditional one? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this episode of �Engineered With Marshall Brain.� Take a fast-paced and fact-filled adventure into the world of product design, manufacturing and testing as we go behind-the-scenes to find out how people and machines create some of life�s most fascinating things.

Audio:
English