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I was thinking "they must have taken the engine out first", but then they drop about six whole engines on top. The car was just the hors d'oeuvre.
It's still a bit disappointing how many times it had to reverse. It needs about twice the horsepower.
It reverses to slow the damage to the teeth. MOAR HORSEPOWERS won't save the operator from replacing the stiffened steel teeth when they're worn, so instead the designers have it un-chew something that's going to cause them excess stress and damage.
Eventually we'll get to plasma furnaces and mass spectrometers. Or maybe we'll skip that and go straight to nanotech disassemblers.
All I can think is "Does it blend?"
Watch It Shred: A Movie Gallery of Industrial Shredders in Action. :)