Video: Do you know what you learn when you see totally random objects like a shoe or an airsoft gun or a golf club or a computer speaker get cut in half by a powerful waterjet cutter? That there's a lot of space in these things. Just big hollow areas next to the parts of the object that actually do something. The other thing you learn, watching things get cut in half with water is freaking cool.
Watch Random Objects Get Cut In Half With A Powerful Waterjet Cutter
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