You see them everywhere in industry, hauling some of the world’s heaviest loads. But have you ever wondered how metal chains are actually put together?
In today’s Curiosity Sparks episode, we’re going to look at how metal chains are produced.
Learning new knowledge about how the world works, especially of industries outside of your expertise, has been scientifically shown to help your brain become better at forming new associations between ideas and helping you become more creative. Every week Idea to Value provides a glimpse into the complex backstory behind how some of the common objects around you. It might just spark a new creative insight to get you to that next breakthrough innovation.
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