A Fascinating Look at How Needles and Pins are Made

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It All Starts with Wire!

Have you ever wondered how needles and pins are made? They start out as thin wire, then are cut and honed into shape.

The process is fairly complex and a bit awe-inspiring. Watch how it’s done in the following video.

Click here to view the video at YouTube if it does not play on your device.

Image Source: The photo at the top of the page is from Instructables.


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