Portland Man Designs an Oreo Separating Machine [VIDEO]
Somebody needs to give this heroic man a medal. David Neeval does not like the cream wedged between Oreo cookies, so he set out to invent a machine that removes the cream.
According to Yahoo news
The OSM, as Neevel calls it, was constructed of scrap aluminum, wood, a hatchet and floss in a Portland garage.
After the hatchet blade is lowered to split the Oreo, a pair of mechanical arms are dispatched to collect the cookie halves, which are transferred to a router table where the creme is removed.
The electric-powered contraption took about two weeks to build. "It was a big time commitment," Neevel said. "I had to work some long hours—I didn't see my girlfriend or my dog for hours at a time."
See the genius (or lack of) put his masterpiece to work.