This is similar to the Will it blend videos. The guys from Can Water Cut It use a Flow Waterjet to cut through a laptop, golf club and a blender. Here’s what happened when it was the iPod’s turn.
“What makes waterjets so popular? Waterjets require few secondary operations, produce net-shaped parts with no heat-affected zone, heat distortion, or mechanical stresses caused by other cutting methods, can cut with a narrow kerf, and can provide better usage of raw material since parts can be tightly nested.”
It’s amazing to see just how cleanly it slices the iPod and everything inside of it. But I ask you, when will we get an actual water gun capable of such feats? Surely we can be trusted with such technology.