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Desc:The Sauber F1 team cut one of their million+ dollar cars in half for you
Category:Science & Technology, Sports
Tags:f1, formula 1, Sauber, Formula One, cutaway
Submitted:SolRo
Date:06/01/12
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Comment count is 10
STABFACE
I thought that they would literally run this thing through a giant sawblade.

The actual video is much better than that, but still.
HarrietTubmanPI
That wouldn't be as clean as how it turned up in the video. The secret life of machines did this with a TV and the cuts were just as clean through the CRT and I always wondered how they did it.

SolRo
discovery or science channel had a show with a guy just cutting up shit with a cement saw, band saw, or angle grinder. Only had a couple episodes, and the results were pretty shitty for the most part. Turns out complex objects tend to fall appart once you cut them in half, kind of defeating the purpose of trying to look inside them.

Ursa_minor
Very cool.
memedumpster
I am very glad they took the time to do this. I love that fuel tank.
MacGyver Style Bomb
Engineering porn.
Jet Bin Fever
I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would going in.
Maru
whatever
Ursa_minor
Aw, you're an idiot.

jimmicampkin
SolRo, was this taken from James Allen's blog? Nice insight.
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