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Welcome to my shop. Today we'll be designing and building nine different ball bearing launching catapults. Why? Other than being a lot of fun, the catapults are the perfect vehicle to show you all of my major tools, how they work, and why I have them. I had fun making these, I hope you enjoy them too.

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Plastic nail gun: amzn.to/3hkpTYT
Horizontal bandsaw: www.grizzly.com/products/g0613
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Knee mill: www.precisionmatthews.com/sho...
Kurt vise: amzn.to/3qGJqr2
Tormach 1100mx hubs.ly/H0rSZsq0
microARC 4th axis: tormach.com/microarc-4-4th-ax...
Bondhus drivers: amzn.to/3qyPb9U
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SMW tooling plate: saundersmachineworks.com/prod...
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Angle grinder: amzn.to/3AcKtmI
Vulcan protig 200: ACCESS DENIED
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Rhinocart: amzn.to/3A8hVe9
Ring roller: www.harborfreight.com/gear-dr...
Optitrack cameras: www.optitrack.com
Sheet metal bender: www.grizzly.com/products/t10718
Metal dust collector: www.grizzly.com/products/t28798
Downdraft: amzn.to/2UGAk1m
First aid station: amzn.to/3qFSso3
Eye wash station: amzn.to/3js26Jo
Turniquet: amzn.to/3dppkw3
Chest seal: amzn.to/3626Eym
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Spot welder: www.harborfreight.com/240v-sp...
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Lathe: www.precisionmatthews.com/sho...
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Mini plane: www.homedepot.com/p/Buck-Bros...
Planer (dewalt 735): amzn.to/2UPCXhz
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Jointer: www.grizzly.com/products/g0813
Dust collector: www.grizzly.com/products/g0860

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Stuff Made Here
Stuff Made Here Yıl önce
A big thanks to everyone who supports me on Patreon. Not only does it help make projects like this possible, they've been great to bounce ideas off for projects. Check out patreon.com/stuffmadehere if you're interested in directly supporting these projects. I'm planning to post more details on these launchers at my second channel if you're interested: tinyurl.com/smhtoo
Ilean Farheight
Ilean Farheight 19 gün önce
My dad and I sell a rust preventative to Haas directly that all their machines ship coated in. I know a lot of the people that might be able to hook you up! Ps: We also manufacture our own coolant here in the US. So if you need a great domestic supplier I’d love to talk with you about trying out our product! Let me know if you’re interested!
Seraphina
Seraphina 2 aylar önce
It's close in that while most of the products for humans only use 2-octyl cyanoacrylate there are some that incorporate the n-butyl cyanoacrylate found in vetbond, GLUture is those two in a 60:40 ratio. That said the main risk from using the wrong cyanoacrylate is simply some skin irritation, in a pinch even superglue which is another cyanoacrylate will work, it has been used in war for example, turns out skin irritation heals if you can keep the patient alive so it's a matter of priorities. The skin irritation problems with that were precisely why the others were developed to try and minimise that while maintaining the useful properties and to be fair our skin is not much different to that or other mammals it being a different chemical probably has more to do with not stepping on someone else's patent.
Robert Hadley
Robert Hadley 2 aylar önce
I've come down to this. A downward motion using a circular movement. It would definitely take that perfect differential downward movement. Take a slightly spiral downward spring. Put a ballistic gel on mathematical points, and press down on a glass filled with water. I recommended this to Wintergarten. Make sure you distribute oil for proper friction. I think I saw something like this in Las Vegas. I thought of this idea years before. I am willing to share, this is my invention. It takes a mechanism to achieve. I've thought of a specific spiral that might make this possible. Pressure is everything. You got it If you can use it. It will take computer controlled.
Deek burns
Deek burns 3 aylar önce
I'd really appreciate your help with an invention
AuthenTech - Ben Schmanke
What a fun idea to tour the studio and showcase all your fun tools - great work man
MAGNOM LIMAN
MAGNOM LIMAN Yıl önce
@seife41 you are the problem.
pvic
pvic Yıl önce
I _LOVE_ the concept behind this! what an innovative and cool way to do it!
FederalMaul
FederalMaul Yıl önce
Hello Checkmark
PsychoticWolfie
PsychoticWolfie 8 aylar önce
This would take a lot of maker-TRvidrs like a whole year to do, and each of these projects would take its own video. The production quality of both your videos and your builds is insane, and your machines are all absolute units! Idk how you do it all, and pack so much content into each video! Incredible
M. Sierra
M. Sierra 5 aylar önce
Me: "Oh man, he is such an amazing engineer... Well at least I'm a professional programmer, so I guess I'm at least good at something." Him: "Ah yah and by the way I'm the guy who wrote the support structure algorithm of the Formlabs SLS printers"
Giovanni
Giovanni Aylar önce
When say like so is treated as THE name of our FATHER in heaven
Giovanni
Giovanni Aylar önce
Yeah*
A Fuzzy Creature
A Fuzzy Creature 2 aylar önce
some people just have the skill to make the rest of us who were pretenders to such skill look like complete dopes. Its sad, but its true.
Dygital Animations
Dygital Animations 2 aylar önce
time stamp?
Mattias Eensaar
Mattias Eensaar 2 aylar önce
Just casually drops that in there like its nothing
GoldenAce57
GoldenAce57 7 aylar önce
13:27 You can tell how proud he is of his plasma cutter. The music and the build up, this man gets excited for engineering, and I love it.
that1chad
that1chad Aylar önce
Does anyone know the song name?
Elmoe boi
Elmoe boi 9 aylar önce
This needs to be shown in shop/robotics classes. I used alot of these tools just for a different classes all taught by the same teacher. This would be perfect for all those classes as an interesting way to get a rundown
TimeBucks
TimeBucks Yıl önce
he casually recommend people to build a CNC
TheGodOfCruelty
TheGodOfCruelty 2 aylar önce
He also casually went over owning an SLS printer from formlabs... that specific model if I remember correctly is priced around 30k... I mean he did mention that he hasn't bought it but that thing still costs more than a car in some cases...
Austen Summers
Austen Summers 2 aylar önce
@Furqaan Abdul consensual non consent
SketchSlayer
SketchSlayer 4 aylar önce
But also recommends buying a laser cutter that costs so much he can give you half a grand discount.... I would feel safer taking the willy osman school of DIY.
sasan rad
sasan rad 5 aylar önce
@Furqaan Abdul عبدالفرقان
Midaspl
Midaspl 5 aylar önce
IDK, for me the hardest part would be owning enough of space for it 😅
Ryan Yates
Ryan Yates 3 aylar önce
It's hard to watch this channel and not get sad that I could never be smart enough to do these things. He sees the world in such an amazing way, he's able to process information incredibly. I feel like nothing.
Rix IV
Rix IV 2 aylar önce
You could definitely learn all these things. Like the other guy said it just takes patience and dedication. You’d be amazed by the amount you can learn and get good at if you just try
Aiden Farthing
Aiden Farthing 2 aylar önce
It's probably not as much of a barrier as you think. Sure, intelligence is a gift, some have it, some don't, most people are somewhere in the middle; but what allows people to undertake projects like these is patience. This is a man who studied for his degree, and has spent years applying it and learning how to make a variety of different things. He's not magically coming up with these ideas from thin air; they're drawn from years of experience and, I'm sure, about a million mistakes and failed attempts. Nobody learns engineering, or anything scientific, overnight.
InquisitionXI
InquisitionXI 2 aylar önce
just pick up a book and you're on your way
Mubbasher Khanzada
Mubbasher Khanzada 9 aylar önce
You are a real-life Macgyver, and, you are very funny. Thank you for creating fantastic videos that stimulate creativity. Kudos also to your longanimous wife for her patience and keeping up with you :)
WJS
WJS 8 aylar önce
I've always really liked the trebuchet, it's interesting seeing what is basically the principle of leverage applied in reverse.
sam urai
sam urai 2 aylar önce
Man I love your attitude, so lucky and privileged but clearly still so humble and grateful to have access/to own all these items
Cody Saunders
Cody Saunders Yıl önce
I feel like a single-celled organism watching this video.
Nolan W.
Nolan W. 6 gün önce
Hello, so you are wrong, you have at least 59 cells Hope this helps
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I might be sharing that single cell with friends too 😆😆😆
Mohamed Hashesh
Mohamed Hashesh Aylar önce
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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f Aylar önce
At least you're not his wife "u have a problem"
Karolis Jurevicius
Karolis Jurevicius 6 aylar önce
Impressive workshop! I love it. Reminds my university workshop. I used all the tools plus vacuum forming and ureal for model making, I wish I could afford to have them at home. You are right about the safety, I've seen fingertips chopped off, hair pulled in, and a variety of injuries inflicted by flying metal and wood pieces. Goggles are a must!
Mytheroxium
Mytheroxium 5 aylar önce
I love the engineering behind every thing you make, it's soo satisfying to see something go through many steps to work as intended. I hope I can be am engineer that can do stuff like this too one day
Mr Tea
Mr Tea 9 aylar önce
Im curious how long each of these projects take? Its so nice to see how complex, fascinating and fun mechanical engineering can be especially mixed with the technology of CAD and 3D printing. Shane is a genius and i cant wait to see what the future holds for his videos and channel
DownSouthNeighbor
DownSouthNeighbor Aylar önce
I can't speak for him specifically, he did more than just machining stuff but he did have to design prototypes in a CAD which can take a bit, while also programming a CNC machine to cut the parts which isn't that complicated but can take a while, and when it comes to manual machining (my specialty) some of these things look like they'd take me around a week, mostly because trying to work fast is not only dangerous but will result in multiple mistakes.
OLD BAR GUY
OLD BAR GUY 9 aylar önce
Great video. I am not an inventor, however, I watch other products and think of flaws, speed, and upgrades. As I watched your demonstration of the sheet metal catapult or crossbow I had an idea for you, Instead of using so many leaf springs, spot weld about 3 of the springs together. In this manner, they work together with no friction. Another idea is to make the spring different lengths similar to the method used on car leaf springs.
Nerdforge
Nerdforge Yıl önce
This is the most over engineered shop tour I have ever seen. Love it
Declan C
Declan C 6 aylar önce
This dudes middle name is over engineered
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Galaxy_World
Galaxy_World Yıl önce
Yep
Marty
Marty Yıl önce
Ever heard of oversimplifyed? This is overengineered
SuperNiCoNaTeR
SuperNiCoNaTeR Yıl önce
Bro the fact that you even have a first aid kit in your shop. That’s a step ahead of 99% of hobbyist. So animal bandaid stuff is fine to me
Robin Donnolly
Robin Donnolly 8 aylar önce
You're great, Stuff. Thank you for the intelligent, fun, detailed content.
JOHiD
JOHiD 8 aylar önce
Oh man, I love the explanation of the tools! I totally want this when I build a garage, so the descriptions about them was really helpful too!
Aaron Symons
Aaron Symons 7 aylar önce
Nice video, and cool setup! By the way, burn spray is awesome! I used to work as a chef and it came in very handy. Instant pain relief and no blisters! :D
Zachary McCormick
Zachary McCormick 8 aylar önce
Your shop is incredible. I hope to be able to afford the luxury of working in a personal home shop that is even half as amazing as yours. As an mech engr student I love watching your videos to see how the courses/labs I take translate into designing cool products! Thanks for your contribution of engineering to TRvid!
Senih Okuyucu
Senih Okuyucu Yıl önce
Hey man, quick tip about the first aid kit: could I recommend you install it at knee height? In case you lose the ability to stand in an injury, a first aid kit at knee cap height will allow you to use it while sitting down. Great video!
PeenyYT
PeenyYT 3 aylar önce
@Riff the defibrillator is for people to use for the people having heart troubles
Kanal Frump
Kanal Frump Yıl önce
the obvious solution is to have a shop robot that can carry the first aid kit to any point in the shop.
Jan Stankiewicz
Jan Stankiewicz Yıl önce
ironically, this comment is too low to be seen.
L Pharmer
L Pharmer Yıl önce
Ah so that’s why the first aid kits in places are often weirdly low, sooo the first aid kits on a high above the head shelf at my job are probably not great huh
Smile More
Smile More Yıl önce
@Chris Fontaine you should be practicing with everything. Well almost everything in case of a real emergency.
william gray
william gray 8 aylar önce
Awesome stuff man I would give anything to have a fraction of the equipment you have
jake burch
jake burch 4 aylar önce
I’m an ME student at Virginia Tech and I love your channel man. It’s awesome to see a skilled engineer at work and I find this to be super informative man
WarHammer885
WarHammer885 5 aylar önce
You should make a video building the improvements you’d thought of for the different catapults and see how much better they can be
Clifford Williams
Clifford Williams 8 aylar önce
You are quickly becoming my favorite TRvidr! I just love your wife and how she responds to your unique creations!
Zain
Zain Yıl önce
The way he incorporates his wife into his videos and projects is simply adorable!
g0tst1ngs
g0tst1ngs 19 gün önce
@Dennis Dekalo the way I see it is that she keeps him grounded. He's clearly very talented so it's easy to have most people praise you constantly so it's nice to have a balance and have someone close to you be unafraid to tell you what's what.
Giovanni
Giovanni Aylar önce
Very sweet
Dennis Dekalo
Dennis Dekalo Yıl önce
@steveman1982 I was looking for this comment. I can't believe she is not impressed by all the cool things he makes haha.. maybe she got used to it
Stickie Dmin
Stickie Dmin Yıl önce
@Mark Fryer I couldn't tell you homie. No idea. I *_can_* tell you however, that in the eighteen or so hours since posting my last comment, I've told at least twelve other people that something or other "needs more chooch." Sure, right *_now_* they're looking at me like I'm crazy, but they'll come around.
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Yıl önce
@Stickie Dmin Needs more chooch? Does this mean that they watch Ave?
Slim Sqde
Slim Sqde 5 aylar önce
this video really made me apreciate how advanced the technology is in the tools we use everyday, sometimes i forget
William Stanley
William Stanley 5 aylar önce
I love the relationship you two have. That's a big reason I watch is the vibe you two have together. It's awesome to see super sweet genuine people. It a good example for others.
1978garfield
1978garfield Aylar önce
I think we should all make a pint to be nice to their kids. One way or the other I think they will rule the world.
Dreauxbeat
Dreauxbeat 4 aylar önce
Amazing video!! Learned a lot and so entertaining at the same time
Scum42
Scum42 15 gün önce
My favorite by far was the air tube. It looks really easy to aim and fires very straight compared to any of the others, and it makes a really satisfying noise
SeanHodgins
SeanHodgins Yıl önce
I shouldn't have watched this, I just want to buy more tools now.
Jesse Jackson
Jesse Jackson Yıl önce
You had to watch this to want more tools???
Rahul Shanbhag
Rahul Shanbhag Yıl önce
Tools that I don't need..
Erick the dream giver
you have a youtube channel too. use your cloud to get free tools. if a company won't get your tools, they ain't worth your time anyways. you don't want cheap tools that they can't even afford a cheap advertising budget.
jakes2020
jakes2020 Yıl önce
Do it
cooperised
cooperised Yıl önce
Can't *ever* have too many tools. Fact.
Neil Boughton
Neil Boughton 3 aylar önce
Loving the machines and your clever use of them.
Random By Design
Random By Design 5 aylar önce
Thank you for taking his around your workshop I love the way your wife always scores you and the way you come across is amazing couple keep up the marvelous work, I just wish there was a similar place
fisbuar
fisbuar 4 aylar önce
By the way, they found on crossbows, that the closer to the tip of the Bow part, the thinner it is the harder the crossbow will shoot, as those limbs move at incredible speeds.. One way is to make it a triangle shape, but you can also use twists in the spring, to reduce drag the further out you get.
Toomo
Toomo 4 aylar önce
9:25 Awesome use of drawer slides as a CNC door sliders. I worked at a slide rail manufacturer and believe it or not, we also did this in our shop
Zach Brown
Zach Brown Yıl önce
i swear, this guy NEVER stops impressing me with every video he publishes.
Giovanni
Giovanni Aylar önce
Please try avoid makings swears
Paularized
Paularized 5 aylar önce
I’d love to see a version of the box that tracks eye movement and only releases when someone looks in the box. The challenge could be that all the person has to do is not look in the box but the simple command of saying not to do something makes it harder not to do as time goes on. Same idea as telling someone not to think about elephants which is then impossible to not do.
Lux Ferre
Lux Ferre 2 aylar önce
Wow! I am really impressed. You have all the good stuff to create the most amazing things. Like a dream come true.
Demario Thompson
Demario Thompson 8 aylar önce
Congrats on everything you and ur family have going on…. If you know what I mean. Love the videos wish you could post more but thanks for all that you do 🤙🖖👶
Tyler Chubb
Tyler Chubb 5 aylar önce
Idk if this makes sense but the amount of talent on TRvid could literally change the world... like imagine if a lot of these got together n made competition for the near monopolies in America
Myriad Tech Repair
I love how he casually brushes over the fact that he was partly responsible for one of the best known resin printers.
Madkirk74
Madkirk74 8 aylar önce
Yeah lol
Josh Young
Josh Young 8 aylar önce
@Clayton Coe we all know that bruh
Josh Young
Josh Young 8 aylar önce
@Nikita K it's towards the beginning, just watch until you see it ffs
Josh Young
Josh Young 8 aylar önce
@jesse warr tf is what?
Josh Young
Josh Young 8 aylar önce
Plot twist: he's not even being humble, it's just not even particularly high on his list of accomplishments Kidding obviously lol but it's easy to imagine that one day that will be true
Zak Burki
Zak Burki 7 aylar önce
this dude is the best. I wish my physics classes at university were this much fun.
Foolish3art
Foolish3art 8 aylar önce
Your channel is outstanding. It’s educational, inspiring and family friendly. I have a really good time watching and I’m a cynical 25 year old.
Drew
Drew 8 aylar önce
I love what you do! I had an idea re crossbow version. I'm a psychological researcher & data scientist but NOT a kinematic scientist at alll. But for the loss of potential force caused by the leaf springs- would it work to either 1) increase seperation of leaves to reduce contact (maybe this would reduce their force idk. Imagining it in my mind, it seems intuitive. Eg if the leaves were side by side w zero gap the friction would be greater than if a 2cm tall leaf were 3cm gapped from the next the friction would be essentially nil. Is there some kinetics I'm overlooking? Of course if you had 2 × 2cm leaves 10 metres apart the CODB / weight of the armature > pot force of the two leaves. Beyond that I don't see applicable at this scale limiting factors...) or 2) spray with Teflon, WD40 or whatever science lubricants available to 31it3s like you?
Boozegazm
Boozegazm 7 aylar önce
Nice to see a maker that knows machining lingo and function versus just being able to do it but not know why.
Felix Biggs
Felix Biggs Yıl önce
Hey @Stuffmadehere, speaking as an emergency responder (and a finger amputee, fun fact) you should take your tourniquet out of the plastic wrapper and preset it. If you have an injury that’s bad enough to need a tourniquet, odds are you will have blood on your hands and adrenaline shakes, which mess with fine motor control. Having to tear open the plastic bag would be difficult and waste valuable “I don’t want to lose more blood” time. Infection is the least of your worries at that point, so the bag serves no useful purpose. You may also consider practicing with it at some point to see how fast you can place it properly. My whole family loves your channel and the family friendly content. Thanks for all your amazing videos!
Felix Biggs
Felix Biggs Yıl önce
@Daniel Torres usually the bright red violently spurting blood is a reliable indicator, but anything that refuses to stop bleeding despite considerable pressure and bandages needs a tourniquet until medical professionals can stitch you up properly... or just clean up the mess after you die cause you didn’t apply a tourniquet...
Yari Icke
Yari Icke Yıl önce
​@Daniel Torres Fingers can be interlaced and squeezed to cut of most of the circulation to them. However, getting the patient to do that when they're (most likely) panicked is a whole other story. And yes, finding information via an official source would be better seeing as medical practices differ from country to country.
Dragos Dumitrache
@Daniel Torres "we tourniquet limbs, not wounds" said an emergency first responder at some point. So if you'd have a big bad cut on your arm you should tourniquet close to your shoulder. My way of responding to an amputated finger would be: shirt off put around the finger and squeeze my fist as hard as I can with the affected finger in it, box/travel mug full of ice with the finger in it and rush to the hospital while calling/having someone call to announce. (I didn't had an amputated anything, but I've been hit by cars 2 times, once both my bones near the ankle broken clean punching through the skin and muscle, while being conscious all the time until I went to operation, so I know that because of the adrenaline you feel no pain in those situations..)
Daniel Torres
Daniel Torres Yıl önce
@Lumens too lazy, I’ll figure it out when it happens, i don’t even own a tourniquet
Lumens
Lumens Yıl önce
@Daniel Torres you should seek professional hands on medical training from competent medical instructors. A TRvid comments section is not the place
Date Vape
Date Vape 8 aylar önce
youre living my dream man. I hope to one day even have half the skill you do
MagiWasTaken
MagiWasTaken 4 aylar önce
First time I saw a video by you but every machine of yours makes me shiver. Subbed!
Gwynbleidd
Gwynbleidd 2 aylar önce
You're a genius but you're also great at presenting your ideas in an entertaining fashion
UniCat
UniCat 5 aylar önce
Dude, you are awesome. Imagine if a team of you gathered in the same room. Try building a car or a space ship!
Samyak Tiwari
Samyak Tiwari Yıl önce
This man is so extra for EVERY SINGLE video. Imagine being motivated and hardworking. You do great and inspirational work, Shane
Donald Hitman
Donald Hitman 5 aylar önce
I think argon works more by displacing oxygen to prevent oxidation. I used to work with large amounts in annealing of steel wire and had a leak once that almost suffocated me.
imthatchris
imthatchris 2 aylar önce
If I lived in the US I'd totally be getting those headphones, I feel like I'd love MicroCenter.
Landon Murray
Landon Murray 3 aylar önce
I was like "that sheet metal bender is overkill" then he removed a section and I was in shock
ChrisR
ChrisR Aylar önce
Great way to show all those awesome tools :) Also your third computer screen is allways good for a funny surprise xD
Daniyal Ahmed
Daniyal Ahmed Yıl önce
This guy is what I aim to become. He's livin the dream of every engineer! I'm speechless.
Andrew Bird
Andrew Bird Yıl önce
I also dream of having $150,000 worth of tools. Lol
Tupsu
Tupsu Yıl önce
@More Mitochondria Me too
More Mitochondria
@Dyslexic Mitochondria Hey bro i watch ur videoss. Love ur chaneII
Dyslexic Mitochondria
haha
GenesisRTA
GenesisRTA 5 aylar önce
I am really amazed how smart this dude is. Funny too lol. Just a great channel in general
Joshua Risker
Joshua Risker 2 aylar önce
Iv been binge watching your videos for like 4 hrs needless to say you have a new subscriber keep up the good work love the ideas and concepts you bring to life
Slick Tuckers
Slick Tuckers 5 aylar önce
Loved what you were googling when taking about the design of the CNC catapult!! Made me laugh, but perfectly valid question!
Joe O
Joe O 9 aylar önce
over the long term, my garage will look like this. For now I am just at the "light woodworking and 3d printing" phase. but a little at a time.. imma get there.
Jason Garfitt
Jason Garfitt Yıl önce
There are professional engineering companies with less equipment than this
Иван Иванов
Like mine for example, but his videos keep me dreaming :)
Bomboo spaghetti
Bomboo spaghetti Yıl önce
@random guy we understand that one man cannot work with more or matched efficiency than a team of men. However, one man that is talented and well equipped can create more specialized items with more stylized results making him more valuable. You’re comment doesn’t relate to the comment you were replying to at all, but I thought I would still show the irrelevance of what you’re saying regardless.
dethloard
dethloard Yıl önce
@random guy Im pretty sure this guy can work at a higher efficiency than some companies.
M A K KHAN
M A K KHAN Yıl önce
Most of them can be free he is advertising and promoting some but very cool to have all of them though.
Andrew Dahl
Andrew Dahl Yıl önce
@SZEM He stated a fact. That you sense jealousy based on his statement of fact is only a reflection upon you.
Steven Amos
Steven Amos 7 aylar önce
You should take the cube catapult and load the shot with like a small vessel of glitter. Place a sign on it that says do not open and then test your guests when they are over to see if they do open it. Your own version of a glitter bomb. :)
Martin Libeň
Martin Libeň 8 aylar önce
hi. great works. How do you get gcode into the machine from cad to cam, ... etc. Could you find out what is the basis for generating gcods in a curved surface, I would like to know how the funguej 3d slicer for 3d printers vs. for robots. thanks
Timenssemper
Timenssemper 4 aylar önce
Just imagine the engineers that engineered the engineer’s tools
Nikita Kozlov
Nikita Kozlov 4 aylar önce
The density of coolness in these videos is epic!
ScarfBandit
ScarfBandit Yıl önce
I had no idea you worked on 3d printing software, that's such a cool job
Jimmyboy
Jimmyboy Yıl önce
@ScarfBandit Very true! I was going off the explanation in the video, and forgot that supports are generally software generated. I didn't want to come off as pretentious as thats why I formatted it the way i did (as opposed to just a comment saying "firmware*"). I appreciate the informed response though!!
Magnum Brahms
Magnum Brahms Yıl önce
@Marc He was the lead software engineer aside from being the site lead. dudes crazy smart.
Krishnakumar Subramanian
Shane was leading the design team at Formlabs. He wasn't just an engineer or a manager. He led the freaking team.
ScarfBandit
ScarfBandit Yıl önce
@Jimmyboy in the context of writing a resin support generating algorithm for a slicer, something generally hardware agnostic, I would consider it software. Either way, it's close enough that correcting me on it just comes across as pretentious.
Koy Buscho
Koy Buscho 4 aylar önce
freaking hilarious video, love your work and your humor, also your wife's as well hahahahha
Leif Löser
Leif Löser 7 aylar önce
Im working as an Industrie mechanic and agree with you milling machines are so good even if im a trainee it makes a lot of fun to work in this job
Buschwick
Buschwick 8 aylar önce
I think your two harbor freight tools set the world record for the longest lifespan of a harbor freight tool by about 9.9 years.
Captain Cook
Captain Cook 5 aylar önce
This fellow is here to keep us humbled, reminds me of how little I yet know
Nils Tillander
Nils Tillander 11 aylar önce
The "I don't want to be here but it makes you happy" energy from the wife is all I need from the internet.
J Burna
J Burna 2 aylar önce
..personally, that's all i need from a wife too.. /shrug
Londoni
Londoni 4 aylar önce
lol
Aredtyg
Aredtyg 5 aylar önce
Fancy seeing you here lol
RandomCrapStudios
RandomCrapStudios 7 aylar önce
@Alexander the greater no man, matte is way better.
clairdog23
clairdog23 8 aylar önce
Just stumbled on this channel by accident. Wow!! Totally blown away by the work,shop and yourself!!!! Can’t wait to watch everything and the future content!
Henry
Henry 5 aylar önce
This is the first time I've heard someone explain a laser in a way I somewhat understand.
Chuckle Norris
Chuckle Norris 5 aylar önce
😍 You got some amazing toys in that shop, that is heaven for me.
Plzpetmyrooster
Plzpetmyrooster 5 aylar önce
just as i was getting out of the navy, the maintenance building i was working at just got a auto cad lathe and it was the coolest thing in the world to mess around with... even though a normal lathe is mesmerizing in it's own right lol. Before that we only had the cad mill which is always cool too
The Arisen
The Arisen Yıl önce
Can we take a moment to appreciate he designed and built several of these tools himself? Even if some have been retired.
Tom C.
Tom C. Yıl önce
@Ted Danville Yeah, and the average engineer never built their own CNC mill. The average engineer doesn't take on new complex projects as fast as they physically can. He wasn't born with the knowledge of how to weld by hand. He worked for every skill he has. His advantage is his boundless enthusiasm
Ted Danville
Ted Danville Yıl önce
@Tom C. He has more high end machines than my university, he can do anything, from designing to programming, he even know how to weld by hand. On top of that, he's handsome, has beautiful wife and kids. I'm telling you the average engineer is not this good. This guy is basically god tier engineer.
Sirron Nala
Sirron Nala Yıl önce
{Inserts moment} Here take it you needy bastard
Tom C.
Tom C. Yıl önce
You don't become great at anything without putting in the time and effort. He literally built his talents from the ground up
Daniel Walker
Daniel Walker 3 aylar önce
amazing video, appreciate the detail and explanations
Thomas JEANNE
Thomas JEANNE Aylar önce
I like how, of all the spring-based catapults, the Da Vinci one works best. this man knew metal is stiff and not fragile, which is perfect for stocking energy.
Abihef
Abihef 4 aylar önce
Love, love the chips bag Also always get that confusion with people with my bags of ICs, everytime I talk about me having enough chips they think I'm an unhealthy eater or tell at least you won't starve to death Probably would break my teeth on my bag of chips though but the throat slicers look awesome as well
spice Tea
spice Tea 8 aylar önce
I'm jealous of all the fun stuff in there
potatosordfighter666
Didn’t even notice this video was 33 minutes long. I enjoyed every second
Sam Borinsky
Sam Borinsky Yıl önce
@Jo Amon what???
UsernamesNull
UsernamesNull Yıl önce
I was watching this while cooking and didn't notice i was done cooking before the video reached the last "catapult'
Frogasmol
Frogasmol Yıl önce
The like ratio and I agree with you
Jo Amon
Jo Amon Yıl önce
We need to leave....The Nova 6 strike is imminent. Hundreds of sleeper agents, hidden in every stage capitol, are about to unleash this poison on your own countrymen. When Steiner died, we lost our key to unlocking the location of number broadcasts. You were programmed in Vorkuta to translate the number codes. Only you can tell us what the codes mean. Nova 6 was just one of the sleeper operations. But I’m sure there were others...ones we didn’t even know about.
Felix Teupke
Felix Teupke Yıl önce
@Washington Irwing yup... Same here. I was still thinking it was like 15 minutes or something... Ouch.
Stephen Weisser
Stephen Weisser 3 aylar önce
The pipe-a-pault is quite the little gizmo. I think if it was optimized as you intended it could sell an easy couple thousand units a year.
Juliana Mariz
Juliana Mariz 7 aylar önce
I saw that glue on a tv show once and i had no idea it was only for animals, it should be more available for humans, bro i just love you and how smart you are, how creative and stuff, i always imagined myself in a basement like yours building things but i probably wouldnt do anything only be mad that im dumb af
Joshua Richards
Joshua Richards 7 aylar önce
Because there are high compression springs on the market similar to (automotive valve springs) i would like to see this used seeing how they are small and have decent pressure. Though it would be against your rules. Haha
Diskoo D
Diskoo D 8 aylar önce
He was SOO happy when the glass broke after the wife said it wouldn’t 😂🤣👍🏼
Wimpo Squirl
Wimpo Squirl Yıl önce
He puts more effort into each video than most content creators put into their whole career. I’m amazed at the dedication in every video, he just keeps going till it works!
Rabbles the Binx Productions
Ok, now you need to take all of those techniques and combine them to make the _ultimate catapult_
Spencer Barton
Spencer Barton 2 aylar önce
“Argon is a noble gas, which means aside from its aristocratic lineage…” 😂
Tower Times Gaming
Tower Times Gaming 3 aylar önce
He should've somehow been able to combine all of the catapults into 1 massive catapult xP
Gameknight
Gameknight 5 aylar önce
"I'd have to know what a leaf spring is to be impressed by that" Quality wife right there
Louis Weisz
Louis Weisz Yıl önce
Holy crap shane, I think you have more tools in this shop than we have at the Idea Foundry (makerspace) 😂 Super cool video, thanks for sharing it!
Michael Henriksen
I have pretty much all those tools expect my plasma is only hand held. I do have a 1kW fiber laser cutter and a CNC lathe though. Still suck at 3D CAD...
Cole Logan
Cole Logan Yıl önce
I should come down there and count them.
.drieN_TV
.drieN_TV Yıl önce
@Greg Wu Milk
Greg Wu
Greg Wu Yıl önce
@Robot Man milk
Safa Bulat
Safa Bulat 7 aylar önce
so this one is pretty similar to the last one except for that its totally different... its just amazing to watch this channel!
lamekid123
lamekid123 8 aylar önce
I used to work at harbor freight, another good welder is the Vulcan omnipro, it’s a tig/mig welder, out the box before I started with the controls it put down super smooth welds
Waraul Hasan
Waraul Hasan 5 aylar önce
That " I just can't show you all my tools without any results" is the best thing i have ever heard as an engineer.
Mr.P
Mr.P 4 aylar önce
I like that glue bottle. I wish I had half the stuff you did. I have a lot but I mostly build and craft my machines. Making a lathe but waiting to get some gas for my new welder (toy).
ethan golson
ethan golson Yıl önce
This is the kind of videos that should be shown in middle/high schools to get kids interested about learning real world skills and abilities.
LemonAndGaming
LemonAndGaming Yıl önce
right? math.. physics... chemistry.. computers and stuff like that in general are so cool to work with, and the results are, well, im not going to try to explain with words! but school makes these very same concepts appear mind-numbingly dull and completely useless, i literally feel like messing up education THIS MUCH could not have been unintentional. no. being this bad took some "backwards skill"
Seraphim64
Seraphim64 Yıl önce
I wish I had stuff like this back then
Marcel Chagnon
Marcel Chagnon Yıl önce
"If you become a multi-billionaire like me, you too can build a catapult in your garage."
Clown Pill
Clown Pill Yıl önce
I'm telling u
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
@Zain they're the powerhouse of the cell
sam urai
sam urai 2 aylar önce
I am so damn jealous these tools and machines are elite
Rob Fenton
Rob Fenton 3 aylar önce
It would be really cool if you made one thing using every tool you own
IAmCoopa
IAmCoopa 6 aylar önce
Spot welders rock! I used a 3d printed arduino spot welder to build a battery pack for an electric skateboard.
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