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How It's Made season 9

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13 episodes (34 views)

Air weekdate:Monday Cast:Jean-Luc Brassard, Marie-Hélène Fortin, Vincent Graton Genre:Documentary Channel:Science Channel Status:Continuing

8.8 (34 votes)

How It's Made season 9 episodes list:

Episode #1: Solid Tires; Cheesecake; Canoe Paddles; Globes (air date: 2008-01-17)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for solid tires, cheesecake, canoe paddles and globes, and shows how each is made.

Episode #2: Boomerangs; Barbeques; Pinball Machines; Strobe Lights (air date: 2008-01-20)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for boomerangs, barbeques, pinball machines and strobe lights, and shows how each is made.

Episode #3: Wooden Bowls; Chainsaws; Stackable Potato Chips; Jet Compressor Blades (air date: 2007-09-21)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for wooden bowls, chainsaws, stackable potato chips, and jet compressor blades, and shows how each is made.

Episode #4: Steel Wool; Ranges; Carved Candles; Slot Machines (air date: 2008-02-03)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for steel wool, ranges, carved candles and slot machines, and shows how each is made.

Episode #5: CCD Semiconductors; Airline Meals; Paper Cups; Trumpets (air date: 2008-02-10)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for CCD semiconductors, airline meals, paper cups and trumpets, and shows how each is made.

Episode #6: Padlocks; Hair Clippers; Wooden Shoes; Synthetic Leather (air date: 2008-02-17)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for padlocks, hair clippers, wooden shoes and synthetic leather, and shows how each is made.

Episode #7: Racing Shells; Stainless Steel Sinks; Leather; Pedal Steel Guitar (air date: 2008-02-24)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for racing shells, stainless steel sinks, leather, and pedal steel guitars, and shows how each is made.

Episode #8: Swords; Pontoons; Grandfather Clocks; Fuses (air date: 2008-03-02)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for swords, pontoons, grandfather clocks and fuses, and shows how each is made.

Episode #9: Bumpers; Lighting Gels and Camera Filters; Steam-Powered Models; Candy Canes (air date: 2008-03-09)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for bumpers, lighting gels and camera filters, steam-powered models and candy canes, and shows how each is made.

Episode #10: Umbrellas; Outboard Motors; Silver Cutlery; Tape Measures (air date: 2008-03-16)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for umbrellas, outboard motors, silver cutlery and tape measures, and shows how each is made.

Episode #11: Scalpels; Oil Paints; British Police Helmets; Ice Axes (air date: 2008-03-23)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for scalpels, oil paints, British police helmets and ice axes, and shows how each is made.

Episode #12: Bacon; Snowblowers; Luxury Cars (air date: 2008-03-30)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for bacon, snowblowers and luxury cars, and shows how each is made.

Episode #13: Automatic Transmissions; Silver Miniatures; Hot Air Balloon Baskets; Darts (air date: 2008-04-06)

This episode demonstrates the production processes for automatic transmissions, silver miniatures, hot air balloon baskets and darts and shows how each is made.

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