Antique Hand Cranked Grinder - Restoration

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In this video i'm restoring a very old hand cranked grinder.

A few weeks ago I visited my friend and we took a closer look at his barn, looking for something interesting to restore. As soon as I saw this hand cranked grinder, I knew that this would make a nice restoration video. It was all covered in wood dust and the visble steel parts were very rusty. It was still working, but the grinding wheel was very unbalanced.
When I was cleaning the parts with the parts washer I found a lot of nails and screws in the gearbox, I guess I was very lucky that I didn't found any teeth from the gears. The pin connection from one gear was damaged very hard. I filled it all up with welding and machined all surfaces clean again.
I decided to make a brass sleeve for the wooden handle and glued it in with epoxy.
I only cleaned the grinding wheel with high pressure water and it worked very well. Due to the age of the grinder and the cleaning with the water, the two paper discs were lost. That's why I printed two new ones with my logo on it and they turned out very nice. They're there to lower the pressure on the grinding wheel from the clamping.
The cover plate from the gearbox didn't fit at all, it didn't even cover everything. Because of that I decided to make a new one.
For the painting I choose a black coat, as it was originally, I used filler on it to get a nice and smooth finish.
I'm very happy how this project turned out, I'll keep this item for myself for display.

I hope you like my work and the video.

Huge thank you to all of my Patreon and PayPal supporters and specially to:

Scott Meola
Micky McKay
Adel AlSaffar
Alan Hanson
Alex Roussos
Andreswara Hermawan
Andrew Phillips
Dan Williams
Joan Casanovas
John Romero
Jonas Richartz
Jonathan Heckerman
Paul Mampilly
SA Graver
Trevor Kam
Vince Valenti
Zachary Grimes


00:00 preview
00:37 disassembling
02:13 showing all the parts
02:28 cleaning the parts with the parts washer
02:47 removing the old paint with paint stripper
03:32 sandblasting
04:17 restoring the holder
04:39 restoring the gearbox case
05:11 restoring all shafts and gears from the gearbox
07:45 making a new pin connection
08:17 restoring the crank
08:40 restoring the wooden handle
09:05 making a brass sleeve for the wooden handle
09:51 making a steel cover for the wooden handle
10:58 making a shaft for the wooden handle
12:14 restoring the grinding wheel
13:11 making a new wooden sleeve for the grinding wheel
14:03 making a brass sleeve for the wooden sleeve
15:01 restoring the clamping disc for the grinding wheel
15:21 restoring the big shaft
15:48 making a new cover for the gearbox
16:32 restoring the joints for the big shaft
17:18 sandblasting again
17:32 bluing the steel parts
17:55 applying two component filler and sand it
18:20 applying two component primer
18:44 wet sanding
18:58 applying two component coat „jet black“ (RAL 9005)
19:30 showing the restored bolts and nuts
19:44 showing all the parts before reassembling
19:58 reassembling
22:19 showing the restored item
23:09 final test

Time and costs of this restoration:

I was working on this project over 1,5 weeks
$20 hand cranked grinder
$20 2k primer
$20 2k coat „jet black (RAL 9005)
$5 wood for the sleeve
$5 grease inlets
$0.4 thick paper for the grinding wheel

My camera:
Panasonic HC-V180

If you have any questions about the process, machines i'm using or other stuff, just ask me in the comments. I read them all and i try to reply as soon as possible.

Sorry for my bad english, it's not my language. I try my best to improve my technical english.

Subscribe for more of my content. I'm uploading videos about mechanical stuff, as new creations and buildings and also restorations.

Thank you for watching :-)

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biffle35 Yıl önce
These are my new “relaxing before bed” activity. Your work is unbelievable.
Toto _laTomate
Toto _laTomate Gün önce
Same, or also to wake me up
Diaz Disaka
Diaz Disaka 2 gün önce
me to
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안알랴줌 5 gün önce
Same here! When i cannnot sleep, this video helps a lot:)
This guy That guy
This guy That guy 5 gün önce
Yep, same
Hobus Muhogus
Hobus Muhogus 11 aylar önce
I LOVE it that he never uses some loud obnoxious music and just plays the sweet sweet sound of engineering.
T E 24 gün önce
Hello Darkness my old friend
Sean 4 aylar önce
Seriously it makes my earholes feel awesome.
The Nose Knows
The Nose Knows 4 aylar önce
@Noah Agin 😂😄🤣💯💯👍🏼👍🏼✌🏼✌🏼
Dean 4 aylar önce
@Anthony FRX no
Dean 4 aylar önce
All I hear are screams.
PN YT 11 aylar önce
Imagine how proud this guy feels when everything he made and restored fits together perfectly and works perfectly
Scott Scott
Scott Scott 3 aylar önce
Yes I agree. What I would like to know why there are so many thumbs down. Are people really that jealous that they can't restore something so well?
asdfg2560 8 aylar önce
Im a machinist and that feeling never gets old. i had to make a bunch of separators to keep some lines running parallel and the snap they made when they i fitted them was amazing, all 20 of them i had made.
ky le
ky le 11 aylar önce
after the 26th try, the first 25 of which he doesn't show
Living Survival
Living Survival 8 aylar önce
So many questions. But doubtful to get answers. What sandpaper do you use before polishing. And what type of grease do you use?
Guy Solis
Guy Solis 7 gün önce
@AHZ Sheesh..I watch a cool video and wish I could perform as well as the maker then I read garbage in the comments...what's up with that?
Guy Solis
Guy Solis 7 gün önce
@Robert Nugent I restore vintage straight razors and I have sanding cloth that goes up to 12k. I use all sanding products very lightly then buff the razor out..
Guy Solis
Guy Solis 7 gün önce
@S James He could be using bearing grease..
Guy Solis
Guy Solis 7 gün önce
@Manny Rodriguez Not an easy task. First you have to have the skill then you have to have the equipment..
João Guilherme Vaccari Ogata
He said in other videos that he used 120, 240, and 400 grit sandpaper
Paulo Macedo
Paulo Macedo 11 aylar önce
The problem with this channel is that i've binge watched all the videos for the past few days, and now I can't go and watch other restoration videos without going "Hey! Remove sharp edges!" "Hey, make a new one!"...this is awesome work, the level of knowledge is amazing, I wish I knew half just to have fun at my own shed.
Keven W.
Keven W. 3 aylar önce
This guy has definitely spoiled me as well. I watched one the other day and I was like “should’ve mailed it to My Mechanics” 😂
Katy Centinela
Katy Centinela 5 aylar önce
3stardiamond 2 yıl önce
Love that there's no intro music, or any music of some sort while you're restoring the items. Just the noise of your tools. Keep that up! I find your videos very therapeutic to watch.
Perry Hunter
Perry Hunter 2 yıl önce
Other chanels have tons of unnecessary chatter and "I'm gonna do this" statements. Here just straight forward work with seldom casual comments. Totally mesmerising. Good job
Maaike 2 yıl önce
@kevin sparks girls too 😂 I watch this because 1. Its awesome, and 2. Asmr!
kevin sparks
kevin sparks 2 yıl önce
ASMR for men ;)
shortboypinoy 2 yıl önce
I was a waiting for the beat drop around 3:14. Just sayin'
Cameron Peterson
Cameron Peterson 2 yıl önce
I didn't even think about that. Yes! I especially love that he rarely speeds up the video. I kind of like watching small bits of work in real time, rather than the entire restoration in 20X fast forward speed. This is the only channel I watch the video the day it comes out.
Steve McNeice
Steve McNeice Aylar önce
Your attention to detail is amazing. Your work is of top-notch quality. Nowhere else do your see so much shiny and polished metal. Your work is not restoration, it is creating mechanical art! This is the best restoration youtube channel.
Lauretta Del Mar
Lauretta Del Mar 8 aylar önce
I've watched these videos many times over and it never ceases to amaze me; the amount of skill and dedication that goes into everything from the paint on the large components down to the tiny nuts and bolts that hold it all together. Just amazing
expedito neri soares
expedito neri soares 5 aylar önce
Incrível, maravilhoso trabalho, parabéns.
Carlos Alberto11
Carlos Alberto11 4 aylar önce
Incrível as peças ficam melhor do que as de fábrica esse cara é mágico 👍👍👍
Danielle 2 yıl önce
You are one of my favourite restoration channels, your attention to detail is unparalleled!
S 2 yıl önce
I love how he doesn't slather things in paint all the time.. he fixes it for real!
David 2 yıl önce
I love that he doesn't speed up the video and instead uses cuts and edits to make the video the right length. There was a little bit of speed up used in this video but it was used tastefully and appropriately.
Jerry Coleman
Jerry Coleman 2 yıl önce
Danielle Shram, Absolutely.!.!.!.
Irenilson Valente
Irenilson Valente 8 aylar önce
Trabalho maravilhoso meus parabéns!!
Bill Heitman
Bill Heitman Aylar önce
Once again---PERFECTION! This restoration is in the top five favorites of mine. The detail is enjoyable to watch.
Sergei Dragunov
Sergei Dragunov 6 aylar önce
I have watched all your videos already, your processes and the lengths you go to are astonishing, but above that, your machining and turning is a pleasure to watch, accuracy and fine work thrill me. Thank you for an amazing channel.
Gilson S. Bezerra Junior
Belíssima restauração!
liana 8 aylar önce
This is what we should be funding. Amazing craftsmen that can repair things instead of buying cheap plastic items.
Red Stoner
Red Stoner Gün önce
@** there's no shortage of vintage appliances, take em, restore em and using good quality modern parts make them more efficient with the same epic quality
** 4 aylar önce
How about manufacturing quality goods again? Repairing is a good side business, only when things are good enough & built to be repaired.
Katy Centinela
Katy Centinela 5 aylar önce
Dilip Pawar
Dilip Pawar 4 aylar önce
When you see the item before and after, you can imagine the efforts and skill he has shown to bring the item to that standard. Great Mechanic! 👍😎
pastor ivanilson Ferreira
Muito bom! Um belo trabalho parabéns.
Steve Phypers
Steve Phypers 5 aylar önce
Exquisite, one of my most favourite videos on your channel. How long did this restoration take from start to finish I wonder? Truly incredible work. If only our planet were in the hands of such experts as you… Bravo sir! Bravo!
Ben W
Ben W 2 yıl önce
I love how these tools are usually in better than new condition after he finishes them. When they are made, they have small imperfections that meet production standards. Time is money after all. But when he does it, he takes the time to fix all the little things. He has some high quality work.
Seele2015au 2 yıl önce
Ben Walker That's a "concours d'elegance" restoration: might not be anything like "as it left the factory" form, but made to a level that the factory could not have achieved. And of course, fixing the damaged bits and applying necessary upgrades along the way as well.
Suzwebb1 3 aylar önce
Looks great. I wonder how old this would be? As usual I always enjoy watching you transform what looks like junk into something of beauty!
Izaias Laurindo.
Izaias Laurindo. Yıl önce
Incrível, ótimo trabalho.
MassiveTrackHunter 11 aylar önce
Very cool! Grandpa had one of those in the garage when I was little. Great to see the teardown and reno. One upgrade would be to change that wooden collet on the grind wheel, to either brass or steel. LOVE your channel.
Osvaldo Viturino
Osvaldo Viturino 6 aylar önce
Você simplesmente é o melhor!
Not Dave
Not Dave 2 yıl önce
Surprising how fast the bluing compound works. The black paint finish looks great.
GenericHandle01 4 aylar önce
I really like how he adds the brass fittings to make it even more durable than the original. Gorgeous workmanship.
Weslley Sbg
Weslley Sbg 5 aylar önce
Muito bom mesmo 👏
Rose Kepler
Rose Kepler Yıl önce
There is a slightly surreal but extremely rewarding feeling, watching him restore that Gressel vise and then, two videos later, watching him use it to hold his parts in place. It is extremely cool to see these tools get restored and then promptly utilized again, despite being decades old...
Queyfu 3 aylar önce
I can’t get enough of these videos! I love your work!
my mechanics
my mechanics 3 aylar önce
Wow, thank you!
Daniel Melendrez
Daniel Melendrez 2 yıl önce
No music. No comments. No BS. Simply PERFECT!
Ben Baselet
Ben Baselet 4 aylar önce
Imagine a youtube without that garbage music blasting all over and some douche explaining 5 minutes about what he is going to tell us in 5 minutes...
Jadroum Najat
Jadroum Najat 4 aylar önce
Eda Aksoy
Eda Aksoy 7 aylar önce
@sad bum i love listening to the sound of things they do. If they are filing some parts, I hear it. If they are welding, I hear it. I think their videos calm me. Just sweet repairing, nothing more or less. But they still amaze me. How does this rusty thing looks like the first day?
Browncoat In A Box
Browncoat In A Box 2 yıl önce
This is art
S0me_Rand0m_Idi0t 2 yıl önce
@sad bum well it's okay but.....it's HIGHLY ANNOYING like ALOT...
Whitty's Workshop
Whitty's Workshop 4 aylar önce
Your work is astounding lad, you really do go above and beyond on your rebuilds :)
J Montgomery
J Montgomery 11 aylar önce
Great work. I enjoy seeing your skill in these restoration projects.
Full Bore V8
Full Bore V8 4 aylar önce
That's some very cool work there! Wonderful and beautiful restoration.
Luyaher yañez
Luyaher yañez 4 aylar önce
Una maravilla de restauracion, quedo como nuevo, lo felicito al restaurador fue lo maximo.
Perry Hunter
Perry Hunter 2 yıl önce
It is difficult watching any other "restorer's" videos as you are the gold standard for all to follow. Good work.
Aaron Mott
Aaron Mott Yıl önce
I recommend the channel „great ideas“. Different kinds of videos, but I especially loved their anvil video.
nowonmetube Yıl önce
@The Arctic Kiwi this
nowonmetube Yıl önce
I like Odd Tinkering though
Pankaj Kumar
Pankaj Kumar Yıl önce
Perry Hunter me.. m. M
Tuğba Ergin
Tuğba Ergin Yıl önce
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Leandro Brum
Leandro Brum 9 aylar önce
Muito bom ficou o trabalho , PARABÉNS continue assim , sou do BRASIL . The job was very good, CONGRATULATIONS continue like this. I am from Brazil.
Inspetor Orlando Almeida
Muito bom esses vídeos!
Шишкин Антон
Точить камень на станке, не накрывая станину - особый талант...
Luke Senter
Luke Senter Aylar önce
I love watching these videos. The diamond tool was especially neat to see!
R Oe
R Oe Yıl önce
I like that he just lets his work speak for itself, no narration or annoying music
Gus U
Gus U 7 aylar önce
so true! SO TRUE!!!!
Farouk Hamed
Farouk Hamed Yıl önce
@Smashy Rashy q
Eddie Lane
Eddie Lane Yıl önce
Especially annoying music.
Rob Guerra
Rob Guerra Yıl önce
What, you don't like 30 seconds of obnoxious royalty free music that plays on a loop way too loud
Ranganathan Tn
Ranganathan Tn Yıl önce
@NshyD ĺ1
Игорь Кириллов
У чувака не только ровные руки, но и хорошее оборудование, плюс терпение и результат налицо))) 👍👍👍
Vagner Melo
Vagner Melo Yıl önce
Parabéns!!! Excelente obra de arte Grande abraço Chapada dos Guimarães MT Brasil
Anderson Souza Oliveira
I am, just like you, a perfectionist. It's a pleasure to see your videos. Always fantastic! Congratulations on your work!
Ron Studd
Ron Studd 11 aylar önce
Brilliant! I so enjoy watching your masterful work! Thank you!
Adriana Groza
Adriana Groza Yıl önce
I love how he puts the parts in order after dissembling and before assembling. So organized. This is my new favorite thing to watch.
Adit Wijaya
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Adit Wijaya
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Adit Wijaya
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Adit Wijaya
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Eli Schultz
Eli Schultz 5 aylar önce
Show de bola 👏👏👏👏
Wowbagger 21 saatler önce
You are a great artist. Watching your videos is a great pleasure. No anoying music, just pure craftmanship.
Miguel.pimiento14 Pimiento Serrano
Son muy agradables tus vídeos hay cosas que me traen buenos recuerdos gracias por poner subtítulos en español,👍👍👍
alcides pereira
alcides pereira 4 aylar önce
Nossa! Que capricho! Parabéns! Gostaria de saber qual o torno pra começar aprender.
Canal do CLAY
Canal do CLAY 3 aylar önce
Torno HBX da Romi seria ideal pra esse tipo de trabalho
Johnny To Exypnos
Johnny To Exypnos 18 gün önce
I envy that quality and I love it, such a wonderful work! ❤
Summer Bree Nichols
Summer Bree Nichols 2 aylar önce
Love your work some of the best results I’ve seen on TRvid make more vids please
my mechanics
my mechanics 2 aylar önce
More to come!
S. Diaz
S. Diaz 11 aylar önce
Crazy awesome craftsmanship! C'est magnifique!!
Andrzej Poreda
Andrzej Poreda 13 gün önce
Przepięknie jest to zrobione i bardzo super jest odnowione pozdrawiam twórcę tego filmiku 👍👍👍👍
Zac 123
Zac 123 2 yıl önce
I'm always left feeling completely satisfied after watching your videos. Also thanks for not putting stupid backing music
Fuzzy Old Yak
Fuzzy Old Yak 2 yıl önce
The sounds of restoration is the only music this needs. Great video!
shaenj 2 yıl önce
just a touch of classical soft music from time to time? But I'm happy with the way it's done now.
Kenny Coomer
Kenny Coomer 2 yıl önce
Well stated. I don't understand everyone putting music, most of which does not match up, into their content.
ding dong
ding dong 2 yıl önce
THIS! (y)
Kish 2 yıl önce
it really adds something doesn't it? Being able to play your own music if you want. No talking either! I love this creator.
CVBigTex Aylar önce
Best restoration channel on TRvid. This man is a artist and a craftsman. 😎🇺🇸
my mechanics
my mechanics Aylar önce
Thanks a lot for beeing here :-)
Alex Rodolpho de Oliveira
parabéns extraordinário serviço
my mechanics
my mechanics 4 aylar önce
Thank you very much :-)
Alfonso Tejero
Alfonso Tejero 24 gün önce
Estimado señor, he visto varios de sus vídeos y me llama la atención que el lugar siempre se ve limpio y sus manos también, y no se ven lastimadas prueba de que es Usted sumamente cuidadoso Muchas felicitaciones
Joe W. Harris
Joe W. Harris Yıl önce
Another perfect restoration. It boggles my mind as to how you know how these things go back together when you have so many parts. I have torn many guns apart to clean them, then had to go to TRvid and watch someone show me how to put them back together again. You are amazing in this respect. Job well done.
Eega 10 aylar önce
Well, I guess this is what the video is really for ;)
Mathias Dieste
Mathias Dieste 2 yıl önce
That moment when he cuts the handle and you know deep down in your heart that at some point in the video he will have to "make new one". Amazing job as always. Toujours un plaisir de regarder tes vidéos.
Wesley Howard
Wesley Howard 2 yıl önce
@Jethro Maloku it was definitely a solid improvement
Jethro Maloku
Jethro Maloku 2 yıl önce
I was about to say "noooooo" like Luke whe he learned Vador is his father but the story has a more happy end...
eyeballdude 2 yıl önce
In the beginning of the vid: "I could do that"my mechanics cuts the handle: ""Was that really necessary? It wasn't that bad!"my mechanics makes new handle better than new: "...oh...welll that's above my skill level..."
Leif Winter
Leif Winter 2 yıl önce
I was literally about to comment about that lol
Nick Aylett
Nick Aylett 3 aylar önce
Wow, totally incredible. Good Job!
Henri Lévy
Henri Lévy 29 gün önce
J’adore l’amour du travail bien fait et des résultats parfaits. Bravo et merci.
David Storton
David Storton 9 aylar önce
You're not a mechanic mate you're an artist, it's a joy to watch you work
S McCaskill
S McCaskill Aylar önce
You do awesome work to the point where the items look brand new.
COOPERx223x 9 aylar önce
Wow, the end result is absolutely gorgeous! The amount of dedication and care you put into these restorations is truly incredible.
Kamel E. Belkacem
Kamel E. Belkacem 9 aylar önce
One of the fact i like your work is that you try your best to restore everything and you don't create new part only if it's really necessary, kudos and keep the good work
MrJohnnaz 11 aylar önce
Looks great and good video too. You really should cover the ways on your lathe when doing any grinding or sanding, grinding dust gets embedded in the ways, and puts a lot of extra wear on them.
Blalack77 Yıl önce
And I thought I was good at fixing stuff... Your ability to fix things, make old things look new and fabricate new parts is stunning...
my mechanics
my mechanics Yıl önce
Thank you:-)
The Outdoor Medic
The Outdoor Medic 2 yıl önce
another masterpiece. your attention to detail is astounding. I also try to guess which parts get the "I make new one" treatment...
Jethro Maloku
Jethro Maloku 2 yıl önce
who don't ? 😁
buzz magister
buzz magister 7 gün önce
After all these years of working in engineering with grime and swarf everywhere and production being the main thing it is nice to see a shiny machine like this .😁
Владимир Кошевич
Спасибо за интересное видео . У тебя золотые руки . 👌👌👌
Phil Olivieri
Phil Olivieri 11 aylar önce
Another perfect restoration! The grinder likely looks better after restoration than it did when it was brand new! 👍
Олег Куликов
Классная работа,приятно смотреть на профи!
aliyyaaah 2 yıl önce
I subscribe to a few restoration videos, but yours is by far the best. I especially love the way you lay out the parts in sequence to how they will be reassembled. Such attention to detail!
Hamid Rashidi
Hamid Rashidi 8 aylar önce
Absolutely perfect job. well done 👍👌👏
ХОМЯК ВЕРА 23 gün önce
Интересно посмотреть как преображается старая вешь. Молодец!👍🌞
Karu J
Karu J 3 aylar önce
You had an incredible talent with perfection. Good luck man. 👏🏼
Dominique .Tourte
Dominique .Tourte 9 aylar önce
Quel plaisir de voir votre travail ! Merci
Mike 2 yıl önce
I'm so old, I remember using one of these as a young boy in my grandfathers garage! I was grinding on something and got my little finger stuck between the wheel and the post... I never used it again. You just titillated a numerous amount of memories. Thank you so much
2degucitas 2 yıl önce
I'm so old I HAVE one in the "shop" in my basement. It's my father in law's who is 92. I still use it to sharpen knives and scissors.
Håkon T.
Håkon T. 2 yıl önce
That sounds like a major boo-boo. :(
Mary Kay Thompson
Mary Kay Thompson 11 aylar önce
Love the way out fix these seemingly "done" pieces into something absolutely beautiful and perfectly useful. I noticed the vise being used in this one. Awesome.
idlemessiah 11 aylar önce
I love that. He also uses the Arbor press, Beverly shear, and the oil pot from previous restorations in other videos too.
edbrackin 7 gün önce
I like how you laid the disassembled parts out like a dissembled clock. Very precise and organized.
Butter Bean Belly Boy
It's not just the end result, it's your process which is next level.
Daniel Zalazar
Daniel Zalazar 5 aylar önce
Que bueno trabajo !!! Lo felicito
Lars Peterson
Lars Peterson 2 yıl önce
I can watch these all day. The attention to detail is amazing!
my mechanics
my mechanics 2 yıl önce
Thank you very much, nice to have you here :-)
julio hernandez
julio hernandez 5 aylar önce
Linda restauración, muy profesional y considerado al traducir al idioma español. Saludes desde Costa Rica
gustavo puchaicela silva
Excelente, proceso de la metodología de restauracion de maquinas, soy seguidor en estos aprendisajez, saludos y éxitos, desde Machala Ecuador.
Rick Bunner
Rick Bunner 10 aylar önce
This is one of my new favourite things to watch this make me happy send it all put back together working in great shape Good job
David Miller
David Miller 10 aylar önce
I just started watching these videos the other day and from what I've seen so far... the fact that this thing even still (kinda) FUNCTIONS is amazing. hehe
C-J Watson
C-J Watson 2 yıl önce
I really love your attitude towards these items. Respectful to the original whilst resolving shortcomings and finishing the item in the best possible level. Stunning results - please keep doing these!
Britton Waldron
Britton Waldron 2 yıl önce
I really enjoy the old casting marks. However, when he is done and the cast marks are gone, the job is perfect. So I'll enjoy the end result with or without the casting marks.
ART&MARK 9 aylar önce
I love how he says "I make new one" with such ease. Precision mastery!!
Станица 5 aylar önce
Отличная работа👌👍
Steve L
Steve L 2 aylar önce
I bet that grinder didn't look that good when it came out of the factory. Great job!
my mechanics
my mechanics 2 aylar önce
Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it :-)
Прекрасная работа! Смотрю и любуюсь!)
sam signorelli
sam signorelli 2 yıl önce
A grinding wheel....he machined a GRINDING WHEEL! I love this channel.
sam signorelli
sam signorelli 11 aylar önce
@Thumper Man And yet, you thought enough to comment. And he DOES use what he restores. Quite a number of things he's worked on show up in other vids. You don't HAVE to watch, y'know.
Thumper Man
Thumper Man 11 aylar önce
He needs to get out more and get a life, all this work, time and effort on tool that will not be used and is essentially redundant. Escapes me!
Anthelion Yıl önce
@sam signorelli "I made a new lathe using the corpse of the old one"
Tristan Mackey
Tristan Mackey 2 yıl önce
As if millions of lathe ways cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced...
sam signorelli
sam signorelli 2 yıl önce
@Dirk Van Troyen Would not surprise me, actually! "Lathe broke....I make a new one!"
saintagne michel
saintagne michel 4 aylar önce
Vraiment impressionnant 👍👍👍 fantastique travail
saintagne michel
saintagne michel 4 aylar önce
Vraiment impressionnant 👍👍👍 fantastique travail
OLD DAWG DREAMING 2 aylar önce
Another great job refurbishing a handy old tool. Thanks for sharing with us. Fred. 🙏🏻🙏🏻👍🏻👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻✋🏻✋🏻
my mechanics
my mechanics 2 aylar önce
You are very welcome
Fox Mulder
Fox Mulder 4 aylar önce
Des heures passées à regarder vos vidéos et je ne m'en lasse pas. Cela me relaxe, et j'en apprends beaucoup sur les techniques employées.L'absence de commentaires parlés est un plus pour moi, et comme l'essentiel est mis sous forme de commentaires écrits, c'est parfait. Continuez à nous régler avec votre travail. C'est du grand art.
jonas3112 2 yıl önce
Really Really good work. As usual.Glad to be a patreon
Jose Manuel
Jose Manuel 2 yıl önce
GrtdzgbfdzgbfxfgbtbzHis Masters Voice
Jose Manuel
Jose Manuel 2 yıl önce
03_Lưu Tấn Bảo
03_Lưu Tấn Bảo 2 yıl önce
@my mechanics i think you should do another no power tool restoration video and put this to use, also great video as always. :-)
my mechanics
my mechanics 2 yıl önce
Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it :-)
Sergio Muñoz
Sergio Muñoz 3 aylar önce
Hola, Dios te siga bendiciendo en tu trabajo y por compartir tus experiencias laborales qué son buenas. Pregunta: 1. Con que lavas las piezas, con agua, Diésel, gasolina,gas etc.? O que usas. Tus enseñanzas son Geniales hermano. Gracias
my mechanics
my mechanics 3 aylar önce
Thanks, I'm glad you like it :-)
NASEEM AHMAD 26 gün önce
Nice and clean job. Beautifully completed.
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