Make magazine presents a reader-submitted video from Ted Goessling and Zachary Gens, who have created the Uber Tuber, a compressed-air-powered potato bazooka that they use to propel spuds at a grid of wires that slices them into fries. Behind the grid is a backstop that catches the potatoes and funnels them into a waiting fryer below. It's more Rube Goldbergian than it is practical, but it's fun stuff nonetheless.
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