Video: Instead of watching the fireworks this New Year's Eve, might I suggest an alternative plan that will probably be much more fun (if you're in the right mind space): Watch this turning machine shape a metal rod into a funky wave. Just watch it for the rest of 2016. Maybe watch it for all of 2017 too.
I'm Totally Getting Hypnotised By This Turning Machine
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