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What are the materials used to make Tonka Trucks? What processes are used into making the Tonka Trucks?
Question by Ray O: What are the materials used to make Tonka Trucks? What processes are used into making the Tonka Trucks?
I need this information for a project. I need very specific answers. Greatly appreciated, thanks.
Answer by tlbs101
Plastic (polyethylene and polystyrene); black, clear, and a few other colors.
Sheet steel (a “thin” gauge)
Rolled steel for axles and pins.
Yellow enamel paint (and other colors)
Primer paint for steel parts.
Injection molding of plasic parts.
Stamping of steel parts.
Cutting of rolled steel to make pins and axles
Priming of stamped steel parts
Painting and curing of stamped steel parts
Final assembly of the truck
Final painting of details.
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Question by Cnl Delta: Why are tonka bean scents used in perfume?
Considering tonka beans are only really grown in South America, why are they used in perfumes? Do they really smell attractive or bring luck?
Answer by Demon L
I don’t understand why where they’re grown has anything to do with them being used in perfumes, but they mix well with and enhance many other notes in fragrances, particularly vanilla.
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Record breaking length? Over 175 feet of Hot Wheels track. Hot Wheels cars racing side by side 2 and 3 wide. Does anyone know of a longer track? We built it to race on it and it was so much fun. Father and son fun. The amount of paint from the cars on the sign after only 3 daysof racing…