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Reports of him misusing his time traveling skills and being lost in the netherverse seem to have been wrong or at least he finally found his way back  :-+

Just stumbled over this YT-channel:

A cross-over of machining things and playing around with RF.


Burn the witch! Burn the witch!

(I'm just sore because they wouldn't let me in the RF brotherhood. They said that my robe wasn't black enough, and that I had to at least sacrifice a rabbit, and the one they gave me was sooo cute, and wrinkled it's nose at me and I refused. Fluffbun escaped with me and is now running his own small but successful audio repair business.)

A few that I can't see have been mentioned that I know of:

Edge Precision https://www.youtube.com/c/EdgePrecision (CNC, extremely informative, shows setups, the thought process of going about coming up with a machining strategy and figuring out what tooling is required, making custom tooling like custom profile cutters, machining intricate parts with deep holes, intersecting deep holes, etc)

Cutting Edge Engineering https://www.youtube.com/c/CuttingEdgeEngineeringAustralia (shows the whole process of making a particular part using manual machines, and repair work to what is usually mining equipment. Also talks about tooling/machinery/equipment)

Allistairc132 https://www.youtube.com/user/allistairc123 (welding, air arc gouging, oxy-acetylene cutting, repairing large broken things, has recently put a lot of effort into producing some high quality longer videos such as )

Fireball Tool https://www.youtube.com/c/FireballTool (can't really sum this one up apart from being really interesting, the next video to be uploaded is always a pleasant surprise as to the subject matter, and something not covered before)

CNCFrezar https://www.youtube.com/c/cncfrezar (mostly work on a large CNC gantry mill but shows other work)

Chris Maj https://www.youtube.com/c/ChrisMaj (large CNC work, vertical turning too)

TheMetalRaymond https://www.youtube.com/c/ELMETALRaymondMenendez (mostly work on a large manual horizontal boring machine)

JamesPark_85 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3mbksW8n2ipLL8_MhDSA8A (various machining, usually large, often titanium)

David Wilks https://www.youtube.com/user/userwl2850 (lots of large manual lathe work, trepanning deep holes in shafts made of exotic materials such as inconel, although he hasn't posted anything in a while - hope he's OK)

That'll do for now  ;D

Someone has built a huge lathe from scratch, using basic power tools:

 :o  :wtf:


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