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Colin Furze Makes a Shinning Metal Pillow Just by Using Water

Colin Furze Makes a Shinning Metal Pillow Just by Using Water

Hydro forming is the process of taking water, ejecting it at immense pressures, directing it to a material and all sorts of shapes – and in this particular case, Colin Furze has taken sheets of one millimetre steel, wielded them together, placed a high pressure nozzle (operating at hundreds of bars, a unit of measurement often used to determine the pressure of the atmosphere) into them and has made three dimensional shapes out of two dimensional objects! Think of it like a water balloon – but instead of rubber, he’s using metal to make pipes for exhaust, pillow-shaped objects and even more shapes that can fit into useful functions of every-day life.


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