Adam Savage bought a giant Swiss Army knife replica, the kind that stores put in the window for advertisement purposes. The cool thing about the knife is that it contains an electromechanical mechanism that makes the blades open and close. In this video, Adam takes apart his replica to show how it works. He also makes a missing blade for it.
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