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How knives, forks, and spoons are made

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How are knives, forks, and spoons made? In this video from The Magic of Making, we go behind-the-scenes with the workers and machines that cut, stamp, bend, sharpen, and polish silverware into its final forms.

We love seeing how things are made. Previously from The Magic of Making: How Balloons Are Made and Marbles.

Plus: How Japanese fake food made and melting gallium spoons.

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