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Explore the science, innovation, and sheer genius it takes to transform the most basic ingredients into powerhouse machines. From aircraft to big rigs to earth movers, we're not only going deep inside factories and uncovering the hard work and craftsmanship it takes to build these incredible machines, we're telling the hidden stories of human ingenuity over time that have transformed the earth's most essential raw materials into monumental marvels of modern technology.

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Episode #101
Komatsu
To extract precious metals found beneath the earth requires a massive 232-ton, two-story-tall dump truck with a load capacity of 320 tons - a giant earth-mover like the Komatsu 930-E. This amazing engineering achievement is made possible by five essential raw ingredients: coal, chromium, mineral oil, latex rubber and sulphuric acid, an electron superhighway that generates massive power.
54 minutes long
tpt Channel 2.1

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Episode #102
Bentley
It's a century-old obsession to find the right raw materials to build a car that is fit for both king and race car driver - perfectly luxurious and perfectly fast. The Bentley Motor Company has built common raw ingredients into their signature Mulsanne, an engineering achievement made possible by aluminum, leather, iron, wood and pigment.
54 minutes long
tpt Channel 2.1

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tpt MN Channel 2.2

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