I would love to go to the Crayola crayon coloring factory because I love using crayons and when you were young that was the very first tool you used to color your world. I think they make the crayon by using wax and coloring, they then heat up the wax to turn into liquid, they would also put it in a mold, heat it again so it would harden and then put them into the paper.
i would go to the spalding factory to see where basketballs were made, because i love basketball.1. make the ruber and brail.2. make it in to a sphereical form.3. pump air into it.4. package it up.5. send it to happiness(:
The Jelly Belly Factory! To me I love jelly beans. I'm not sure why I am so hooked to it. It's just so chewy. It comes from every color every taste and every size. You can make diffrent sorts of flavors like pina colata, or a rootbeer float, even throw up. Gross! How i think it is made is that 1.) They make a batch of there delicious filling. 2.) they mold it into a bean shape candy. 3.) They cool the filling. 4.) They coat it with melted sugar. 5.) They test it if it is good enough or not.
If I could go to any factory, I would go to the Hershey Chocolate Factory because I’ve always wanted to see how they make their kisses in that little shape form. The first step in making a Hershey kiss is to probably take the chocolate and melt it. Then they would add the special ingredients that makes it so good! Then they would put it in the tray which has the kiss form. After, they would keep it in a freezer over night. Finally, they would wrap it and ship it off to parts of the world.
I would go to the cheese factory.I would go to the cheese factory because I love cheese.milk,butter,water,vinger,salt.
If I could go to any factory and see how something is made, I would go to the Hostess Factory and see how twinkies are made. It fascinates me how they get the filing inside the sponge cake. Five steps that would make the product I think, would be first to make the batter and mix it. Second, put it in some sort of freezing type storage. Third to take it out, and put it on some conveyor belt, by squeezing it out. Fourth, by putting it in some sort of oven. Fifth letting it cool, and inserting in crème filling with an injector full of crème.
If i could go anywhere it would be to a shoe/Clothing store! Just beacuse i LOVE shoes and clothes! I think they would have slaves in the factory and each one would be doing something like an assembly line. So 1 would sketch the clothing/shoes the other would seperate the pieces, another would sow it together, the other would iron and the last would boz and send it out!
I love chocolate so I'd love to visit the See's factory. Of course, that's only if I had to visit a factory. Uh, I guess one of the steps would be finding good quality ingrediants and melting them down into chocolate. Second, they'd have to seperate the candy into different portions to make a variety of candies. After that different workers would have to assemble they assorted candies. Then they'd have to taste test it and finally, they can put it on sale.
I would probably go to a manga factory to see how the books are made because I like manga and it woud be interesting to go to.The first step might be copying the pictures to put into pages.Next, they would make the bindings.Then they'd laminate the bindings to make them shiny and nice looking.Afte that, they'd put the pages into the bindings.Finally they'd package them and ship them off all over the world.
If I could go to any factory or company I would like to go the Jelly Belly factory. I have been there before but every time I go it seems more and more interesting. I like watching it be made, as well as seeing were they got a lot of the ideas, and how it started. To male jelly beans I would think that you would first start out with lots and lots of sugar, then you would and they corn syrup and the flavoring that would have a little bit of color in them. Then the go in a machine that gives them their shape, and then more color, depending on the flavor, and more corn syrup to give them a shine.
if i could go and visit any company or factory to see how anything was made i would go to a chocolate factory. since there is many kinds of chocolates in the world, and there is alot of ways to make chocolate shapes and tastes and all that. i would also like to see how they put chocolate filling inside little pieces of chocolate. and how they make different kinds of chocolate.
if i could visit any company to see how an item is made,i will go to a company that makes pencils, i would like to see how they put those things in the middle that allows you to write.1. they cut up logs into pencil stocks or pencil squares.2. pencil stocks are cut into pencil slats.3. they put the pencil slats into a machine that cuts grooves into the slats to accept the writing core.4. a second grooved slat is glued onto the first-making a sandwich.5. after the glue is dried sandwiches are transfered to an equipment called the "shaper"and are first "Trimmed" to assure that the sandwich is square.
If I could go to any company or factory to see how something was made, I would go to a chocolate factory for a couple reasons. One reason (a more vague reason) is because, when I was little, there was a cartoon that all the little girls liked that I was obsessed with. The one episode that I remember to the very detail was one where the main character went on a field trip with her class to a cookie factory and she was lost until a worker there found her and took her back to her group. Before he gave her back, though, she was given a free sample of the cookies there. I would go to a cookie factory instead, but then everyone knows how to make cookies (buy the dough from some grocery store and stuff it in the oven, of course). Another reason (partially implied by the story from above) is that I can get some delicious free samples there. Either way, story aside, I’d go there because I eat chocolate on a frequent basis, and I feel that it would make the art of eating chocolate seem a little more fun if I know how it was made.My guess on how chocolate is made is that they pack a bunch of chocolate beans into a bag and crush them into a weird, powdery substance. They then pour some water on it to give it a smooth feel before mixing it and pouring it in a pan (sort of like the ones you use to bake cakes with) and sticking it into an oven. After they’re done cooking, the factory workers then sprinkle love all over it and stuff it in a box to be shipped and sold to hungry little kids who starve for this stuff.
If I could go to any factory and see how the product was made I would choose See’s Candies. I want to know what they do to perfect their chocolates and how each variety of chocolate was made. It would be cool to know if they put any secret ingredients into their chocolates. Why are their chocolates so delicious and so popular? They have been in the top candy selling business for a long period of time now. I’m guessing that they need to mix the basic ingredients first, and then add their secret homemade ingredient, and keep mixing all the ingredients together in a large batter and store it in a cooled area. They use the finest quality of ingredients and maybe that’s why their chocolate is popular. I would like to work at See’s one day and I’m glad that there is a See’s store near my house.
If I could go to and visit any company or factory to see how anything was made, I would go see how the invention of the 2004 to today's Hummer H2 SUV was made because I want to see why or what did they put in that SUV's engine to make the car go many miles per gallon when an Cadillac Escalade is just about the same weight and height and it saves way more fuels than the Hummer H2 SUV and SUT. I guess the first step is to design and make the body from a big roll of metal sheets. The second step would probably be to spray paint the body and let it dry in an over-sized heater room. The third step would be to put the engine, interior seats, and everything else that goes inside the car like the radio and the floor mats. The fourth step would probably be to double check the work to make sure everything is in place. The last step would be to test drive to make sure that there are no problems with the car. If it passes, then it is off to the dealership to sell to the car buyers.
I would love to go to Hersheys factory and help them make CHOCOLATE! Since I love chocolate, I wouldn't complain to work for them. I would think that you get and roast the cocoa beans. Making the inside of the shell, which is called the nib, seperated from the shell, it takes the heat of the nib to melt which makes pure liqiud chocolate. Then you mix it with other ingredient. Then you cool it.
i want to see how to build a yat. i would go to a factory wear i build yatz. it wouled be so intresting to see how they build it and how they make it flote. i think that they make of wood they have a moter and other.
if i could go and visit a company and see how they make their product i would like to see how they make cell phones. i think that is a cool product and i would really like to see how its made.im guessing that there are manny prosedures like what tipe of phone it is what chip goes in the phone and what special things it does that other phones dont.i think the steps to make a phone would be to see what chips or what sofware would go in it and i think that the final product is the best thing because a phone is something you will use all the time especially if your a teenager or a bussy person.
Well if I was able to go visit a factory to see how something was made it would be to a computer factory to see how it is made and to also see all the things that is put into making it. I really think that it is very interesting to see all the small parts that go into a computer and learn about what importance just that little piece of the computer has and makes the computer run smoothly. I don’t know anything on how to make a computer or put it together but I have a few guesses. First I think that they get all the parts small and large whatever it is and make them. Second all the parts get inspected to see that they are all good and well made pieces to be put together. Third they put the computer together all the circuits and software and what not. Fourth they inspect it again and they check if the computer runs smoothly and works properly. Than fifth and final they package it up and ship it off to the stores to be sold. And that is my guess on how a computer is made.
If I could go to any factory to see how things are made I would go to the Mitchell's Ice Cream factory. Why would I go there is because I would really like to see how the ice creams are made. I was always interested to see how things were made. They make they flavors so good and rich. First step of making the ice cream was getting flavors and all sorts of ingredients. Then mix with salt, ice, milk, sugar, chocolate syrup, and vanilla extract. You can mix all of those with your favorite flavor. Once you mix it then you put in the freezer so it can freeze. Then after a really long time you take it out and then you have ice cream!
I would like to visit a shoe making factory because I would like to see how they make a shoe. I would like to see the way they make the sole and everything.1. Make the sole.2. Make the Cover of the shoe3. Glue the cover of the shoe to the sole.4. Make the lace holes.5 Put laces.6. Put in box to mail out.
i would want to see how a baseball glove is made from the beginning to the end. I would go to the Rawlings facory because they make some of the best gloves. five steps would be1. skin a cow for leather2. form the leather to shape the glove3. put padding inbetween layers4. make the web of the glove.5. lace it together
If i could and go visit any company or factory, I would go to a shoe factory. I would go to a shoe factory becuase I would like to see how shoes are made and what they are made out of. The steps I think that it takes to make a shoe is: 1) Make the size of the shoes you want it ot be. 2) Get the materials together and they have to be the same size. 3)Start to put it in order/ together. 4)After, you make sure that it fits and cut off edges that don't need to be there, extra. 5) The shoe is finished.
If i could go to a factory, i would visit a hockey stick factory. I play hockey, and ivealways wondered how they make graphite hockeysticks. I would assume the first step to makinga hockey stick would be to cut a long pieceof graphite. Then the next step would be to sand it down. After, it would be logical to start cutting the piece of graphite into a hockey stick shape. Then they paint the stick to whatever color and design they wish to have on it.