This printer prints on ANYTHING! I Spent $275 on Broken Joy-Cons 1 day ago   14:57

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We're visiting a factory that makes giant UV printers that can print on just about anything. We see how they're made, and then they turn me loose on one to see what I can do. But I brought a surprise...

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To start, i LOVE you channel. But it is so clear that when you respond "oooooooh" to the Chinese with rough English, it's clear to not only us, but him as well, that you didn't actually understand what he said ahahahha. Trust me, they;'re accustomed to it, but it's still funny to observe
Abraham Gomez
Uhhh. Can I buy the MacBook cover if you aren’t going to use it? I still use my trusty MacBook Pro 2014 (:
Been Following Flatbed UV Printers since the mid 2000's The Media they can accept and the durability of the end product is amazing... the real cool ones can UV then cut out after.. If you ever want to see these things in action and get samples head to Chicago in Oct for the Print Convention.
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The guy in the light blue shirt literally just took it out of the package and put it on 5 minutes before filming, prior to that he was just running around shouting orders to workers in Chinese.
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...I gotta say your approach to me is very smooth,inventive and informational. Thank you for being different. I also have a DIY YouTube channel I would deem it a honor for you to check it out.
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I Spent $275 on Broken Joy-Cons This printer prints on ANYTHING! 1 day ago   29:34

I Spent $275 on Broken Joy-Cons - Can I Fix Them for Profit? I bought 18 untested Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons on eBay to see if I could fix them and then sell them to make money. The Joy-Con conditions varied with some working correctly already and others having problems like broken R buttons, control stick issues, a missing rail, and I even fixed a controller that wouldn't stop buzzing.

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About This Video: I bought 18 Switch Joy-Con controllers for $15.27 per controller. The most common problem I found was broken R buttons but I also had to work on thumb stick problems, replace a missing rail, and replace a motherboard. I ended up being able to fix 16 out of the 18 and I've already sold 5 of them for a profit of about $10 per controller.

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