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Cut, fold, and flip – How farfalle pasta is made by machine

At the Zerega Pasta factory in New Jersey, a stamping machine cuts, folds, and flips farfalle, pasta shaped like bow ties or butterflies. (Farfalle means butterflies in Italian.) The video above captures the speedy process in slow motion.

Watch this carrot peeling machine, these automated cake icing and decorating machines, and these mushroom processing machines next.

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