Rockwell Retro Encabulator

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DetroitBORG : The hand gestures make it all so much clearer!

TheBackyardScientist : I feel like ive just had a stroke

8dioproductions : We are a customer of Rockwell Retro Encabulator and use it every day. It is an amazing product. Reliable and consistently consistent!

Ronsonn Swandom : Its about time they got that side fumbling under control

ndspeedster : I knew a girl once that had semi boloid slots on her stator.

WarBear : i'd be amazed if he knew what he was talking about

Spiked Blueshell : /r/iamverysmart in a nutshell

SKS Throwaway : When you talk to a Linux user

Rob Rogers : This guy is speaking garbage. Everyone knows that only a cinbordtunic made after 2013 can trascicate a fuferjincle to levels of 0.21 licos

Joker : "Dingle arm" is the one that got me :D 1:42

Scarface 927 : What your girl hears when you talk about car parts

NinjaLifestyle : No side fumbling huh?

Renegade_Ace : the dingle-arm is my fav part

Rich Levin : I have one of these hooked up to my PC via a USB-C interface.

Richie M : Yes, But will it blend?

jimmypinch : Just to help anyone who doesn't understand this and to simplify. I'd like to add that any magneto output under 14 quarvoids is immediately detract-able under the inverse stealth springs, this would link side-fumbling to a reactive logarithmic withholding of the belly-famultor and the end pins in the leaf-engurmulon. Thus causing the dingle arm to limp-shaft and the output to flim- flap. Basically the overpolarization is prevented by the seperate windings of the foscatulan wired in series with an under-bremulation of the fifth and seventh marzal vanes (not just the seventh) The phase pin firing time has to be bypassed by under-grammelling the coil windings in the squim-meter and over-bearing the noids. In a case like this anything under a reading of 16 parvuels will loosen the dingle arm and create more side-fumbling, and nobody wants that!

LemonExtras : and thats how we get a plumbus

Ry : Thanks reddit. I now know what its like to be mother.

technosasquatchfilms : Is there an English translation of this video?

Jared Warner : When PC gamers explain how to build a gaming rig to console players.

Libby : I've wanted one ever since I found out that they can be employed in conjunction with a drawn reciprocation dingle arm, to reduce sinusoidal repleneration.

Rainor : "logarithmic casing"

Dodge Rider : 0:33 OMG I JUST NOTICED MY NAME!!! I've seen this video dozens of times and just now noticed my name in it!!

gd01skorpius : So... where do I put my penis in that thing?

alaskajohn907 : If you look closely at a couple points he suppresses a smile, as if thinking "what the heck am I being paid to say" hahaha

KoS Nation : .....Now can you please repeat that in english?

someguy604 : My white n***a got some skillz holdin that laugh in

Alex Bailey : Who came here from PCMR?

Morec0 : Lost it at "panametric fam".

moscowjade : I can't believe they locked down the side-fumbling issue.

William Harrison : i like how much confidence this guy has in his voice, when deep down he has no fucking clue what hes talking about

Scott Brawner : It's even better when you turn on closed captioning.

Jose Abia : Get the newer model. It comes with RGB lights.

Prestige Clips : Is this how a Plumbus works?

Elidoransgar : I worked with one of these amazing machines, back before Rockwell introduced the Electro Encabulator in February 1979. The Electro model was known for the bifurcated leaf springs which reduced onomatopoeic vibration by an order of magnitude. Eventually, we went fully digital, and such operations are now controlled by mechanical arms wielding fungible morphing tips, driven by anamorphic software. As for the Retro Encabulator, those old monsters now sit, unused, in cheap warehouses, and no one will take them off your hands even for free. But give them another 50 years, and they will start turning up in museums, if there are any left by then.

JazzLafayette : Side-fumbling.

James Funicello : You should try getting rid of that sinusoidal deceleration... I was down for a week.

Right. How do I make that? : Yes, but can it be upgraded from windows 3.1 to windows 3.11 for workgroups?

Good one! : these cant be real words

Bob Sacamano : I wish my gf could express herself so clearly...

Bob Puharic : Makes me proud to be an engineer.

Kelp on Leg in Deep Dark Ocean : Is this guy trolling? I can't tell. edit: this guy's a troll.

Rob Richards : This is absolutely fabulous, I think the whole thing should be memorized by any technical person to explain problems to their clients.

NINJAR3Z : He did a great job explaining but he really only highlighted a few features and mechanics. He forgot to mention anything about the Ditchburn thermal err-cycle process where the tensor chamber can output optimal bominine saturation (related to Heidelberg expansion). Also he talked about preventing side-fumbling but conveniently left out the boondoggling effects from the increased quasi-plasmic gradience. Encabulators are always fun to talk about, but there's still much work to be done (even the turbo encabulator).

Anonymous Coward : +1 for preventing "side fumbling"

shadowsmustfall1 : No flux capacitor?! What a POS.

Lindsay Hands : When I talk to my friends about music production

Vince vandenHeuvel : I call bull, side fumbling was never an issue with the lunar wayne shaft

Los Loomis : I tried; Here at Rockwell Automations world headquarters, research has been proceeding to develop a line of automation products that establishes new standards for quality, technological leadership and operating excellence. With customer success as our primary focus, work has been preceiving on the crudely conceived idea of an instrument that would not only provide inverse reactive current for use in universal phase attractors, but will also be capable of automaticly synchronizing cardinal gram meters. Such an instrument comprised up Dodge gears and bearings, reliance electric motors, Allen-Bradley Controls and all monitored by Rockwell software is Rockwell Automations Retro Encabulator. Now basically the only new principal involved is that instead of power being generated by the relative motion of conductors and fluxes, it's produced by the modial interaction of magneto reluctants and capacitive duractants. The original machine had a base plate of prefambulated amulet surmounted by a maluable longmetric casing in such a way that the two sperving bearings run a direct line with the panametric fam. The line up consisted of simply six hydo-coptic marsilveins, so fitted to the ambsilvation lunar-waneshaft that side fumbling was effectively prevented. The main winding was of the normal lodisode deltoid type placed in panadermic semi-boloid slots of the stater, every 7th conductor being connected by a non reversible tremupipe to the differential girdle spring on the up end of the gram meters. Moreover whenever fluorescent score motion is required, it may also be in inployed inconjunction with a drawn reciprocation dingalarm, to reduce sinusoidal depleneration. The Retro Encabulator has now reached a high level of development and it's being successfully used in the operation of Melford Tridents. It's avaliable soon, wherever Rockwell Automations products are sold.

Aerohk : The fact that this video exist is quite amazing. They somehow managed to obtain management support to script, film, produce and publish this video.