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How Everyday Things Are Made

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From Stanford University and narrated by Dr. Mark Martin, this site contains tutorials and video to show how common items are manufactured. Things like chocolate, glass, clothing, airplanes, cars, jellybeans are shown from start to finish. Site also includes manufacturing processes like die casting, blow molding, rapid prototyping, and much more. It also includes some career info, bibliographic info, and online tours.
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Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: September 26, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 26, 2017
Submitter: kim bayer

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Primary Audience: High School, College General Ed
Mobile Platforms: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Optimized for DSL/Cable speeds or greater. Macromedia FlashPlayer plugin (6.029 or greater) required
Language: English
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Avatar for Mardy Verano
4 years ago

Mardy Verano (Content Developer/Author)

This site is amazing and the people who made it! It has great video and graphical presentations for both content and process, enticing curious students (and teachers) to learn even more. Talking about ordinary stuff understood the extraordinary way!

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great navigation; i particularly like the slow motion and reverse function, making it easy for teachers and students to trace or follow processes