Tag: automotive

Side Skirts, Diffusers, and Air Dams | How It Works | Science Garage

Thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring this video. The first 500 people to sign up at this link in the will get their first 2 months free! How does Aerodynamics work? We explain side skirts, vortex generators, diffusers and canards! We learned the basics of aero in part one, but there’s still so much more to […]

Steering angle – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

This video was sponsored by LastPass! Click the link to find out more You’ve heard the terms- rack and pinion, steering angle, ACKERMAN steering angle? But what the heck does it mean? This video gives a quick overview of power steering and steering angles with a on on one with Dai Yoshihara! We get a […]

CERAMIC COATING – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

Thanks to Ceramic Pro for partnering with us on this video. Head to to receive a free quote and to be entered in a giveaway for a Ceramic Pro Gold Package that is worth $1700+ in value! Ceramic coatings protect your car from the elements. They have superhydrophobic qualities thanks to nano patterns on the […]

Dog Boxes & Sequential Transmission | How it Works

Join Honey for FREE at Honey’s 10 million members have saved an average of $28.61 per month on sites like Amazon, eBay, AutoPartsWarehouse, TireRack, Walmart, and more. Sequential Transmission make your car faster by improving acceleration. As with most things that make your car faster, they are more difficult to use on daily basis. Sequential […]

Catalytic Converter: How It Works | Science Garage

Exhaust has a lot to do with performance. Catbacks, Mufflers and resonators get all the attention, but the Catalytic Converter is super cool too! It’s an amazing design that changed the way we think about driving. Catalytic Converters have helped gas engines a viable means of transport while drastically reducing emissions. Bart cuts one open […]

HOW IT WORKS: Car Building Robots (720p)

This documentary film is about industrial robots or robots used for manufacturing cars or buildings. Industrial robots are automated, programmable and capable of movement independently performing works such as welding, painting, assembly, pick and place for printed circuit boards, packaging and labeling, palletizing, product inspection, and testing; all accomplished with high endurance, speed, and precision.