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Ice Cream Treats/Wooden Golf Clubs/Aircraft Wings/Car Battery Recycling 

Find out how Ice Cream Treats, Wooden Golf Clubs, Aircraft Wings and Car Battery Recycling are made.

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In the 1920s, the ice cream industry was born, mainly because commercial freezers made the mass production of ice cream possible. The production begins with fresh cream that is just above a few degrees above freezing that is blended in refrigerated silos with ingredients such as powdered milk, plant-based stabilisers and emulsifiers, sugar and corn syrup. Next, we visit a wooden golf club factory to see the various steps in its fabrication. Production starts with a block of persimmon wood, which is a special type of ebony, that is fed into a duplicating machine where a master model is placed overhead. Then, the duplicated piece gets sanded and a slot is carved into the face of the head. As the show continues, we discover the process of making aircraft wings which in general consist of three components: the rear and main spar and the ribs. Aircraft grade aluminium is used because of its durability, tensile strength and its resistance to corrosion. Afterwards, the wing gets its ... Written by Nick Riganas

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