Unbelievable: almost everything can be cut in half with simple…water! 5/19/2016 • marcus vandible
Water is really a unique substance since it can be applied in many areas of life and industry. But have you known that it can be used in cutting things? Watch the videos to find proof!
The Omax Abrasive company has created a special channel on
The videos serve to advertise the company’s equipment for cutting, but they appeared to be very hypnotizing. The subscribers of the channel look forward to new objects being cut in half.
Recently, the creators of the channel have cut a notebook. Looks impressive!
a bowling ball
and even a pistol
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