Does the new Mac Pro do a good job of grating cheese?

A cheese grater?

Autodesk Fusion 360. © Winston Moy.

The likeness of the new Mac Pro to a cheese grater has not gone unnoticed. But could it really be used to grate parmesan on your spaghetti? A youtuber, Winston Moy, went to great lengths to find out, using the Autodesk Fusion 360 to model the new Mac’s honeycombed grid. He fabricated it in aluminum using a digitally-controlled machining tool. If you don’t have time to watch the 7-minute video, we’ll spoil it for you: Does the Mac Pro shred? Hmm, no, not really.

The Verge, “YouTuber proves Apple’s new Mac Pro would not actually grate cheese that great.”


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by Laurent Gloaguen.
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