Gold Rush Alaska: Wave Table Basics
The miners bring in a new wave table tool to help find gold within the buckets of black sand.
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Walk through the process of making bronze bells for churches and other places on Discovery Channel's "How It's Made."
American Loggers: A Nasty Corner
A logging truck goes off the road at a dangerous corner, which has claimed many victims and is universally loathed by all of the drivers. See this video from Discovery Channel's "American Loggers."
Time Warp: Gumballs in Blender
Check out this clip for a close-up look at a gumballs in a blender -- you'll notice more detail than ever before in this slow-motion footage from Discovery Channel's "Time Warp" series.
How It's Made: Dental Crowns
Once a dental impression is taken, the work is just beginning. The impression is then cut into segments and loaded into a computer to isolate the tooth in need of restoration. Find out how dental crowns are made!
Time Warp: Tape-Measure Smoothie
Will It Blend takes on a tape measure for our Time Warp cameras. Check out this clip from Discovery's "Time Warp" series to learn more.
How It's Made: Perfect Book Binding
In traditional book binding, pages and covers are sewn together; whereas in perfect binding, the same components are glued together. Learn more about perfect binding on The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
American Loggers: Night Shift at 45 Below
A seasoned cutting crew heads out to work in Arctic-like weather that's cold enough to make steel as brittle as candy. See this video from Discovery Channel's "American Loggers."
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