Hordes of Americans willing pull out pumpkin guts and grip special little carving saws to produce their jack-o-lantern masterpieces. That's just not enough for tech-minded fans of the spooky day.
Armed with DIY electronics, heavy machinery, and a working knowledge of chemistry, technophiles prove there's more than one way to carve a pumpkin. I'd say don't try this at home, kids, but if you have access to a 60,000 PSI waterjet or a $500,000 laser, you probably already have.
The crew at the Waterjet Channel on YouTube was told that a waterjet could cut through anything, so they decided to give it a try. After turning their 60,000 PSI waterjet on a sea shell, bowling ball, and iPhone 7, it was time to try pumpkins. Here's how to carve one in under 30 seconds: