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I get regular emails at work from an engineering vendor. They usually have some pretty cool videos. This one seemed automotive relevent:

Have you ever wondered what happens to big stuff when it’s recycled? We know that newspapers and soda cans are easily shredded, but what about things like engine blocks, logs or whole cars? They need to be shredded too, in order to properly separate and use the material. Have you ever considered the saber-toothed mechanized megalodon that would be necessary for such a task? Well wonder no more!

 

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Interesting that they clean the engine blocks before shredding them. I'm sure all the oil/dirt/crud would gum up that machine real quick

Anybody else notice that they were just doing straight 4 and straight 6 cylinder blocks? No v blocks, V6, V8, etc
 
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