Remember! This was long before the text reading on the screen of your mobile phone. We were using books made out of… paper. I kid you not! Here is how they made books in this long-gone era: YouTube link
Keeping my continuous aim at showing you videos of some of the marvels of the industrial world, I found this video (promotional but interesting) where we can discover the manufacturing process for a football (relatively similar to our own rugby ball). YouTube link
Here is a Dimension SST 1200es 3D printer on the job of building 2 interlocked cube frames out of production-grade thermoplastic. YouTube link
In our series of videos about how things are manufactured, here comes a colorful one: Crayons.
Chinese workers making decks of cards. They are quick! However, I wonder how long they can sustain such a rhythm. YouTube link
The electric car from Chevrolet, like the new VOLT, is manufactured like nearly any other cars. Let’s see how. YouTube link
The manufacturing process for colored ink is a relatively complex one, but it is also an impressively nice one. YouTube link
Phone manufacturing plants are impressively clean and tidy. However, at least in a Foxconn China factory, the workers live in a slightly less pleasant quarters. This is what Joel Johnson, Gizmodo reporter, has been able to show us. All the photos and comments are on Wired.