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beanflying:
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  :-+

BU508A:
Just stumbled over this YT-channel:
https://www.youtube.com/c/MachiningandMicrowaves/videos

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

Example:

Cerebus:
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.)

mc172:
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

BU508A:
Someone has built a huge lathe from scratch, using basic power tools:



 :o  :wtf:

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