This Old Tony
This Old Tony
This Old Tony

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  1. author

    André BartelsIl y a 10 minutes

    This Old Schlingel 😉

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    Nic StroudIl y a 59 minutes

    Good job it wasn't critical because that was 8.19715 not 8.29715.

  3. author

    Nic StroudIl y a heure

    Not Spinal Tap - doesn't go to 11. :-(

  4. author

    Mouse GrayEagleIl y a heure

    Yay you made a shiny! A temporally paradoxical shiny o.o

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    Craig BrownIl y a 2 heures

    O.M.G. I wuzz so escared that poor tree getting planed like that, dang my back got so itchy, and then when that little boy showed up I jumped out of my stool and stepped on it as he drove away phewee lucky kid... Wow escary....

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    Peter RIl y a 2 heures

    Nice. I sharpen my drill bits with a cheap 1 inch belt sander/grinder, a protractor, a piece of wood with the right size hole for the bit drilled in it, a clamp, and tape or something to act as a depth stop for the drill. First I just spin the bit backwards on the belt to grind the face/cutting edge with the stop keeping me from grinding to far or unevenly. Then I change the angle and hold the bit steady while cutting the back relief. This tends to work well and is great for repeatability.

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    AliasProductions LLCIl y a 2 heures

    The whole stress/strain was much easier to understand from a metal working point-of-view after you stopped comparing it to psychology.

  8. author

    elcidbobIl y a 2 heures

    This seems like it should be stuck with a sterling engine, somehow.

  9. author

    Church Watkins IVIl y a 2 heures

    Lol, this was the first TOT video I ever watched... I will never forget the questions I was asking myself at that time bahaha

  10. author

    Ho0kIl y a 2 heures

    This Old Tony! Time for part 3! Please?!

  11. author

    MrTridacIl y a 3 heures

    "Infinite tends to be impractical." - TOT2019

  12. author

    Mark HarrisIl y a 3 heures

    Watching this on the 10th December 2019, congratulations on the 700,000. Ask your friend for two more copies of the photograph.

  13. author

    Craig BrownIl y a 4 heures

    omg why dint I dink od dat

  14. author

    KaiserYazawaIl y a 5 heures

    Your channel is perfect to watch while eating some oatmeal with hot sauce.

  15. author

    Winky's WorkshopIl y a 5 heures

    I saw the router coming... and it scared me. Where did you get the ultrasonic foot beg cleaner??? Ha

  16. author

    AlloutATVingIl y a 6 heures

    ToT i think we need to see some surface grinder knife sharpening, never saw that done before

  17. author

    Todd ZIl y a 6 heures

    I'm new to the world of metalworking lathes, and I've been watching scores of videos relating to the subject, including a number of your (very funny!) videos. This is the first one I've seen that was *not* closed captioned for the benefit of those of us who can't hear; as the topic of grinding tools for cutting metal is an important one, I have a feeling I'm missing out on some critical info that the visuals can't quite capture. Can you please run this video through the captioning process, Tony? Thank you!

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    Sean JosephIl y a 7 heures

    A smidge away from a geometric lock on the steering linkage set-up.

  19. author

    Robert JacobyIl y a 9 heures

    Great point about the radiation heat transfer! Thanks for the reminder.

  20. author

    mydemonIl y a 9 heures

    Okay so the first few jokes made me groan, but he won me over over time. That guy's pretty *funny*

  21. author

    John EllisonIl y a 9 heures

    FAKE VIDEO ALERT - They're not real kittens.

  22. author

    Fred GeniusIl y a 9 heures

    Mini-lathe, CCMT works good for me. I also have internal and external threading inserts, and a square insert I use for chamfers. Yes, carbide likes to be pushed hard, and that isn't easy on a small lathe. But for ease of use, carbide wins every time. I do use HSS for some applications, like when really low tool pressure is desirable, for example small brass parts, you can get a really sharp cutting edge on HSS with little effort. I even use CCMT inserts in my fly cutter, spent ages trying to grind a HSS tool without much success, but a CCMT060402 in a cheap left-hand lathe tool holder works really well - I just have to remember to run the spindle in reverse...

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    RaxisIl y a 10 heures

    its spinning off the center cause yer pushing on the outer edge before you have finished forming the center

  24. author

    Lawrence LentiniIl y a 11 heures

    This old Tony: This foot peg is drooping so slightly that only I would notice. Let me fix that... Me dailying my running parts bike: I'm missing a footpeg, half the body panels, a starter, the carb for cylinder number 2 and all the tread on the rear tire. Meh, I'll just ride it till it dies cause a new tire is more than I have in the bike...

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    Dima ShaninIl y a 11 heures

    So sad music

  26. author

    watsis buttndoIl y a 12 heures

    HA. Thought you had me with the "patrons only" blocker. Lucky for me im a thigh man!

  27. author

    gaby1491Il y a 12 heures

    this is so entertaining, thank you

  28. author

    Richard KeithIl y a 13 heures

    I can't say anything that hasn't already been said. So I'll just say Bravo!!!

  29. author

    Clay EricksonIl y a 13 heures

    "...and for the new kids, I built this myself. For the people asking for make and model, although I'm flattered, I can't help you out there."

  30. author

    5naxalotlIl y a 13 heures

    on a somewhat similar topic, you know how coffee people are funny about their grinders? apparently the holy grail of coffee grinding is the "roller mill" ... basically a pasta machine that passes beans through successively smaller gaps. but apparently too complex to do as a consumer machine. be an interesting thing for tony to take a look at

  31. author

    Wesley BergIl y a 14 heures

    I wish I could subscribe twice.... oh wait... I can.

  32. author

    Next Best Thing RCIl y a 15 heures

    I’m stealing the thunder from anyone that plans to type this when this project’s done. “Jonny 5 is alive” Premature? Ya. So what

  33. author

    Ted MattinglyIl y a 15 heures

    The first time you cut to Adam, I literally laughed and my wife had to come over and see what I was laughing at. Of course she really doesn't know who Adam is and just couldn't appreciate it. But, bravo, I found his addition an excellent thing.

  34. author

    Richard HarmsIl y a 15 heures

    You will never have to buy another brillo pad. As far as that little wiggle goes, how about some kind of a brake.

  35. author

    Raul Gerardo Huertas PaivaIl y a 15 heures

    What kind of paint is that?😍🤔

  36. author

    travisdaniel1880Il y a 15 heures

    This man has the driest sense of humor and it cracks me up every time😂😂❤️

  37. author

    Brian WinterIl y a 15 heures

    The internet has ruined me. Squirting that OD with glue was just beautiful. And wrong.

  38. author

    MinisammichIl y a 15 heures

    2:08 ultrasonic subscriber XD

  39. author

    Mogman150Il y a 16 heures

    So, where does one get such an accurate machinist level?

  40. author

    scott littleIl y a 16 heures

    the only thing that I can see is I woulds have switched the engine and brakes on the rear so the control are the same as a car.

  41. author

    Richard SineyhanIl y a 16 heures

    Subbed here via Alex

  42. author

    Bernardo HIl y a 17 heures

    Nice tune ! ( The pineapple dance )

  43. author

    Bob LewisIl y a 17 heures

    Flat, stable, strong plate? Granite!

  44. author

    foompthedroidIl y a 18 heures

    Next: LAPPING!

  45. author

    Jack RundIl y a 18 heures

    the white collar AvE

  46. author

    crusinscampIl y a 19 heures

    4:22 I know that feeling Good video, I picked up a few lessons. Thanks.

  47. author

    Fabrication NationIl y a 19 heures

    Well done my friend.....today I had new blanks in my cabinet....tomorrow I'll be cutting my first bits, with confidence that I can make this work.....great tutorial

  48. author

    Bart HoevenaarsIl y a 20 heures

    your humor is hilarious !!

  49. author

    AvavielIl y a 20 heures

    You can also do image trace in illustrator if you have that - cs5 is cheap on eBay - and export svg files from it.

  50. author

    Leo SaldanaIl y a 20 heures

    Lmfao...this is the funniest how to video I've ever seen.

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    N CIl y a 20 heures

    I don't know enough to know what I don't know about welding....But I would still like to see your post where you upgrade its defon setting... For us morons that are foolish enough to want to use this Chinese means to visit our ancestors....

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    HexIl y a 21 heure

    Lol I actually started believing your multimeter took those kind of measurements, even though I know whose videos I'm watching! Good job Tony good job got me.

  53. author

    Rafael CastroIl y a 22 heures

    Welders, the best video you can post is your phone number, how to hire you.. I ain't gonna try it. :D

  54. author

    SpakenIl y a 22 heures

    Ray Romano?

  55. author

    Wojciech MigdaIl y a 22 heures

    Honestly, who prefers TOT over p o r n? (Thumbs up if you are with me on that!) I mean p o r n is good for what...???? 2 minutes (best case scenario) but TOT I could watch all day long and over and over again!!!

  56. author

    Noah HastingsIl y a 22 heures

    *Counterbored

  57. author

    13BTRX3Il y a 22 heures

    How's Maho doing? Any updates?

  58. author

    Stuart AndertonIl y a 23 heures

    Hey this old tony. Can you do a video on lathing spinning tops, best design, longest spin and can I have the winning top 😁

  59. author

    Nic StroudIl y a 23 heures

    Very impressive, really. Compressed air goes in, some swirling happens and you get cold air one end, hot the other. Amazing! Inefficient but amazing none the less. Now what's it for?

  60. author

    Brian WinterIl y a 23 heures

    "If you think it looks bad now, you just wait until we're finished!" LOL!!! Love your vijaeos, learned about it from AvE, you have a new subscriber!

  61. author

    Carl SIl y a 23 heures

    Really cool build, I enjoyed this 4 part series and subscribed. Thanks for sharing!

  62. author

    LACHOIl y a jour

    This was soo cool!!! What a nice work !!!

  63. author

    Christian GnägiIl y a jour

    Hi ToT, about the coil - I know this is late but for the sake of posteriority - here goes: This is a coil from a contactor "CA 1-10" by the company "Sprecher und Schuh". I had the same problem in a ventilation installation; mine was visibly cooked. They were very popular in the seventies but I could not find a replacement in Switzerland. So I had mine rewound for 240V and set it back in. Works fine. The company that made it was: www.feindraht.ch/ Hope this helps, gnasch

  64. author

    SidtheKidIl y a jour

    10:50

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    funny lifeIl y a jour

    Coool😍😍😍😍 10/10

  66. author

    C0MPAQIl y a jour

    what u think of Super Alloy 1?

  67. author

    Don OgooboIl y a jour

    Maybe a T.I.G. foot pedal with the right value rheostat installed to suit your turn table controls. Start-Speed control and -Stop. Which would make you as talented as a Rock drummer. Having both hands and both feet busy.

  68. author

    Robert PaulsonIl y a jour

    What makes them so fly anyways?

  69. author

    Alfred MuellerIl y a jour

    I really was interested on some deep thoughts about multimeters, now I realized I need a TIG instead of a DMM.

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    mopedmarathonIl y a jour

    I’m always wary of a tool named “fluke”. Iv been looking around for a “bang on every time”.

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    Stuart DealIl y a jour

    Before sounds more chirpy than after, those mid-range spikes in the graph. As always good fun and good editing. You are not likely to change the low end much more with such a small device, but you can break up some smaller waves. Your graph illustrates a success. Thanks for the vids.

  72. author

    Joshua BishopIl y a jour

    lmfao, third time watching this and got the my hole, statement. Love ya, keep it up.

  73. author

    ranjeet kumarIl y a jour

    Very good jobs

  74. author

    Dave BIl y a jour

    Why not add weld to the frame?

  75. author

    Chris LeeIl y a jour

    Try this 👍😁 facebook.com/202993593066141/posts/2860248614007279/

  76. author

    Anthony RichIl y a jour

    10:58 Broken Ass Tap? Nope, a second read fixed that.

  77. author

    Kandela BrownIl y a jour

    1and 4/8 mm?????? Isn't that 1.5 mm?

  78. author

    Tom PetersonIl y a jour

    What's better for machining, hot or cold rolled?

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    Bp1033Il y a jour

    I got one of those stick welders just to try out welding. I knew that it wasn't going to be very powerful being the size of a toaster and only running on 120vac. (used 6013 sticks) worked okay enough to get a muffler on my car in time for inspection.

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    kritters 1Il y a jour

    if you begin having overheating with those computer fans butt them against the rad and you should get more positive pressure and air flow and deeper air flow thro the stack

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    John HiliIl y a jour

    Fly cutters are a sure way of ruining the splines drive spindle of your milling as it hammer away especially with heavy cuts I have been through it myself and I threw the fly cutter away don't use it especially if you have a Chinese milling!!!!!!

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    Matthew MartinezIl y a jour

    Variable speed subscribed!

  83. author

    AnderoIl y a jour

    I feel an odd ways. I wasn't ready for the video to end. Weird way to spend 30 minutes... What

  84. author

    Scottie JohnsonIl y a jour

    For the average Joe that just needs to repair his go kart or rail buggy on a Friday to be able to ride on Saturday This would be perfect.

  85. author

    SidtheKidIl y a jour

    you broke a pencil for that joke lmao

  86. author

    EJB BlsIl y a jour

    Don't eat the flux.

  87. author

    Albert HenderdonIl y a jour

    this man's subscribing technique is something els

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    Mogman150Il y a jour

    Sheet metal bending can be quite complicated, as TOT tried to breeze by. Fortunately, modern CAD software will Unfold a sheet metal part (with all the correct info) to give you a flat drawing. Very cool!

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    Brayden WilliamsIl y a jour

    Would love to see a project video recreating the surface gauge!

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    Albert HenderdonIl y a jour

    cant tell of he's wearing a balaclava or his sweatshirt over his head.. reflection on ball bearing

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    Connor KingIl y a jour

    Converting a raster image to SVG like you do here is heresy.

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    kritters 1Il y a jour

    i would have added a t bar from 1 side to the other over the seat and between the engine and gas tank just incase it flips it would scrape instead of there head

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    gaby1491Il y a jour

    this is amazing

  94. author

    David ParksIl y a jour

    I have a decent 200 amp HF DC inverter TIG and was wondering if I could just add a stick welding lead to do stick welding or would that likely screw up my machine?

  95. author

    Hans MolemanIl y a jour

    Clicked due to creative title design.

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    Kandela BrownIl y a jour

    Glad to see someone else tig welds about as so-so as i do; of course I don't have any camera gear in the way.

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    Adeptus MechanicusIl y a jour

    10:33 See that? Makes all the effort in the world darn worth it. Great job, Tony. Epic

  98. author

    thomas neelIl y a jour

    No parts I need a belt and can’t find one. Do you know where to get one

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    Jessebob ÆIl y a jour

    NMTB: The National Machine Tool Builders Association (now called the Association for Manufacturing Technology).

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    Bob MastersIl y a jour

    That is a phosphor bronze receipe worth keeping