VideoThe Eye Wonder team learns about manufacturing aircraft. D.V. goes to the Lockheed Martin Factory and teaches us all about the different parts of the plane while going down the assembly line.
Manufacturing is the production of merchandise for use or sale. Workers are employed to manage and operate machinery, tools, and processess to create products. Take a virtual trip with D.V on Eye Wonder as he visits a variety of manufacturing facilities.
VideoThe Eye Wonder team takes a look at automobiles. D.V. visits an assembly line at an automobile factory, looks at each stage of the assembly process and how robots aid in building a car.
VideoThe Eye Wonder team learns about the purpose and importance of bar codes. D.V. visits a company that generates bar codes and learns the significance behind each number and bar that comprises a bar...
VideoThe Eye Wonder team explores how a baseball bat is made. D.V. visits the Louisville Slugger factory to learn how bats are made from billets with special tools.
VideoEye Wonder explores how a boat is made. D.V. goes to the Beneteau Factory where he learns about the four main parts of the boat that are molded: the deck, the deck liner, the hull and the hull liner...
VideoThe Eye Wonder team explores a bottling factory.
VideoThe Eye Wonder team learns how bricks are made.
VideoThe Eye Wonder team explores how flags are made. D.V. visits a flag factory and learns about the sublimation printing process and sees flags being printed and sewn.
VideoThe Eye Wonder team discovers how art glass is made. D.V. visits an art glass studio and watches a piece being made in real time. He learns that glass is made from silica, and there are many tools...
VideoThe Eye Wonder team learns how ice cream is made.