Machine wraps candy and flicks them onto a chute (title fix)
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Unfolding bi-fold wings of Fairey Gannet, a submarine destroyer from 1954
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'Pinwheel' Escapement
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Mechanical magical funiture
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Beautiful table mechanics and design by Giulio Manzoni
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In the house, we obey the laws of THERMODYNAMICS!
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Little walking robots that I designed
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A smartphone pop-up front camera.
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Transformers robot actually lives up to the name
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Inner workings of a shotgun
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Worm & Spiral Gear
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Molecular Monday | Week 7 | DNA Polymerase (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, 2003)
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Simple hook mechanic
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Interior of a sewing machine.
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Pipe bender
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Gear down
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Flathead Lawnmower engine made of birch
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Antique safe from early 1800s Italy
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3 ball monte automaton
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Visual Explication of the Operation of a 'Squirrel-Cage' Induction Motor
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RAF Gunner Training using clay pigeons and a turret mounted shotgun in 1940.
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Welp, since I legit didn’t know someone posted Luke Mcmillin hauling through the whoops. I’ll continue the desert racing awesomeness. Ryan Arcerio piloting his Herbst/Smith Trophy Truck down the beach in Erendira. I believe this was on his way to a Baja 400 victory this past September.
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PID hand tracking system
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XM6 armament subsystem fitted to an UH-1B Huey gunship featuring two M60Cs on each side slaved to a cockpit sight
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Boat storage
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How to operate a canal boat lock
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Ray Diagram of Action of Zoom Lens
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Rock-crawling buggy
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Stone cutter
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How an APFSDS (Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot) round is fired from the main gun of a tank (They are normally fired out of a smooth bore gun, not the rifled one in the .gif). Ex-tanker.
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