Slamigan to the Rescue – Chicago Fire (Episode Highlight)

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  1. "Maybe you should get a real firefighter for that"
    I thought this show was about saving people from fire not roasting them.

  2. No wonder it didn't work, it was just a piece of metal fitted on the end of a wood shaft. In fact, it looks like it just slid off, as if the only thing holding it was some glue, no splint or wedge to hold it in place. No, something tells me they didn't properly stresstest it. And question 2 is: who designed the Halli Hammer? Was it someone with lots of experience in the applicable field, or was it designed by a bunch of designers with budget and appearances in mind, and no real knowledge about things such as force, material stress, structural complexity limits (How complex the complete object can be. How many different parts are in the product, and what the weakest link is), and functionality?

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