How It's Made - Baseballs

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+5 1. makbeth commented 10 years ago

Now I want to open a baseball...

That rubber ball looks soooo bouncy >:)
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+3 2. wusdix commented 10 years ago

i'm always amazed by the human capacity of making machines that can do things like that :O
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+5 3. thejackel commented 10 years ago

sux the people have to sew it up by hand
they should invent a robot to do it :P
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+4 4. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

They didn't show the whole process because they didn't show how they made the pill rubber casing. :|

On the other hand. 8,000 to 10,000 balls sawn per day is a massive hard labor. :O
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-3 5. huldu commented 10 years ago

I am surprised that many of the areas crafting these baseballs were still by humans. Many of them could easily have been done by machines, especially the last part. They would save insane amount of money by having machines do them.
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+3 6. zerorain commented 10 years ago

#4 u want machines to do that instead? so over 300 people without jobs?
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0 7. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

#6 I never meant it that way. I am just saying that 8,000 to 10,000 a day per person is a huge number. I mean, if i imagine myself sewing only 100; i would feel like it was a huge achievement.
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+3 8. YetiGrowl commented 10 years ago

how friggen sore are those workers hands at the end of the day?!
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-2 9. irishgek commented 10 years ago

So let me get this right , the part of it that makes up 95% of the actual ball is called the "center" jesus they thought long and hard about that one!
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+2 10. nZL commented 10 years ago

#7 it's not 8 to 10 thousand per person, that is just impossible since they would have to make more than 14 per minute. The whole factory which is 350 workers produces that amount so it is 23-28 per person in one day.
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+1 11. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

#3, are you serious? The gentle touch, fine movements et cetera are very difficult to transfer to a computer. Years of training [in sewing], a league of their own they said.