Video: That crazy nutter of Colin Furze is at it again with more garage tinkering, this time making 3D shapes out of completely flat metal sheets, using water pressure to inflate them like water balloons — a process called hydroforming.
Watch Solid Flat Metal Sheets Being Inflated Like Water Balloons
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