TWO BIG OLD DRILL PRESSES AND MAKING A WELDING CART!!!

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  1. Aric Eff

    Aric EffIl y a 9 jours

    The hook on the end of the tape measure, the amount it moves is the same as the thickness of the hook

  2. Sean Gere

    Sean GereIl y a 27 jours

    Alec did you also know that the red numbers on the tape measure is the center of studs in the wall?

  3. Jes Colman

    Jes ColmanIl y a mois

    I've honestly gone my whole life thinking the same thing about the measuring tape.

  4. Kevin Gracey

    Kevin GraceyIl y a mois

    Man just back the truck into your shop you have tons of room lmao

  5. Edson Bojorquez

    Edson BojorquezIl y a mois

    Yea I knew that haha

  6. Quin

    QuinIl y a mois

    *What colossal idiot built the stairs so they intrude into the shop space instead of going parallel with the wall* ??!!

  7. Anyhow Films - by Boyet

    Anyhow Films - by BoyetIl y a mois

    damn! if only I could work in your workshop. I feel like I could learn alot from you guys.

  8. Gabriel Davidson

    Gabriel DavidsonIl y a mois

    Hey guys...Use Liquid Teflon...It's fantastic for lubrication, rust removal and as a rust inhibitor...I use it on guns and knives...It'll work great on all those machines, especially in Montana...Btw, use powdered graphite for moving parts esp in the winter...

  9. Tyger Potter

    Tyger PotterIl y a mois

    HOLY @#$*!!! That dust-filled drillpress was my grandfather's!! He used it for woodworking starting back in the 70s!! Papa, your drillpress will work on! (just in a different medium).

  10. Thom

    ThomIl y a mois

    I do not believe you ever explained the exact reason you moved to the U.S.

  11. Josh H

    Josh HIl y a mois

    the second you said measuring tape i knew you were gonna say that lol, didnt learn that until i was 16

  12. Becon O'Light

    Becon O'LightIl y a mois

    Ohhh...I know I'm a bit behind on the videos but it looks like you could have just ground the heads of the bolts on the inside of your Argon holder a little to make up that space. Pretty sure your measurements were correct...just didn't account for those pesky bold heads. =o)~

  13. CR3W1SH03S

    CR3W1SH03SIl y a 2 mois

    Delta is good stuff. Especially of it's older. It'll just need some TLC and it'll last a lifetime.

  14. Brian Coolman

    Brian CoolmanIl y a 2 mois

    After fabricating a whole smoker out of sheet metal and mitered angle iron I would of loved to of had the fireball tool squares because it was so much of a hassle to get anything even remotely square.

  15. Bryan Elliott

    Bryan ElliottIl y a 2 mois

    From the close-up of that seat, for the argon bottle, it looks like you have enough clearance to fix the problem by clipping off and moving the pivot, no?

  16. Carl Burton

    Carl BurtonIl y a 2 mois

    Bring back sam! this new guy just doesn't cut it.

  17. Noah L

    Noah LIl y a 2 mois

    We have one of those exact drill presses in the shop I work at but I’m not a fan of it

  18. Jacob Mead

    Jacob MeadIl y a 2 mois

    I enjoy your full disclosure nature in addressing advertising.

  19. Joe Mamma

    Joe MammaIl y a 2 mois

    Glad you're finally stateside! Glad to have you! Welcome!

  20. SuperDave

    SuperDaveIl y a 2 mois

    Alec, why dont you grind the bolt a lil bit?

  21. CGagnon5

    CGagnon5Il y a 2 mois

    hahahhah. they seriously didn't know the tape measure feature? that really is bad.

  22. Connery Padilla

    Connery PadillaIl y a 2 mois

    Flat head screws will work.

  23. aped3

    aped3Il y a 2 mois

    Keeping the Old Trade alive !!!

  24. foxrace0985

    foxrace0985Il y a 2 mois

    Lol, I knew that about tape measures...but someone told me, I didn't know for the longest time..

  25. xios42

    xios42Il y a 2 mois

    Did you make a video of the concrete pour?

  26. Geffrei Maudeleyne

    Geffrei MaudeleyneIl y a 2 mois

    Excellent job guys.

  27. RobSchneiderIsAStapler

    RobSchneiderIsAStaplerIl y a 2 mois

    I happen to know for a fact that Will didn’t really get shocked other than it being an obvious good joke. I’ve gotten electrocuted by 110V and you can’t really immediately free yourself, you kind of freeze up for a good five seconds just shaking lol. I did it on a part which I didn’t think had any current going through it, and I swear I sat there with my arm shaking for a good ten seconds before I realized it was electricity doing it.

  28. zonky85

    zonky85Il y a 2 mois

    Guys, Just flip that tank plate over. It'll still pivot to let you roll the tank on, just at a slightly higher slope!

  29. Alpha Machina

    Alpha MachinaIl y a 2 mois

    Those Fireball jigs really do take you a step in the right direction from fabricobbling to actual, honest-to-goodness fabricating.

  30. GloomShroom

    GloomShroomIl y a 2 mois

    Heard the crinkling of the wiring and cringed so hard...

  31. shawn figueroa

    shawn figueroaIl y a 2 mois

    I'll be that guy. I love this series of videos alot more than the last sword you made. It was fun until the inlay videos became tedious.

  32. Electric paisy

    Electric paisyIl y a 2 mois

    I didn't new the tape measure thing! 😲

  33. ThomCat316

    ThomCat316Il y a 2 mois

    "Big" drill presses? I've got three of those Delta in the step-pulley version, two floor and one bench. All of them had the same wiring issue yours did, it's simply age... The big drill press has to be moved with a forklift - Clausing 22V 20" with Reeves variable speed control (think it's the same as your VS (make sure to run the speeds every time you use it) and mechanical power downfeed. PS - stick with aluminium; you're British, the American pronunciation sounds odd...

  34. TEIS3210

    TEIS3210Il y a 2 mois

    Lol@ the measyring tape thing hahaha how did u work with steel for so long and not know this

  35. ghost

    ghostIl y a 2 mois

    I really admire your work, I know myself that I would never be able to do anything you do in your videos, I respect your effort and the amount of work you took to get here. ALL WHILE ENTERTAINING EVERY VIEWER!!! You are a model person and I thank you very much

  36. Derrick Rijksen

    Derrick RijksenIl y a 2 mois

    he alec, wy don't you geys buy a forklift of your own, they arent exspansif ( atleest not here in holland) and......sorry for my bad englis

  37. Dom Crooke

    Dom CrookeIl y a 2 mois

    Please please please pronounce aluminium how the proper way. The British way, the way you was taught 😉

  38. MKS Custom Creations

    MKS Custom CreationsIl y a 2 mois

    On the roll on cart just weld those carriage bolts in and grind the heads off so you have the clearance for the bottle.

  39. Neko Rivera

    Neko RiveraIl y a 2 mois

    Spotweld the bolt and grind down the bolt heads and the tank will enter without having to carry it.

  40. tin

    tinIl y a 2 mois

    Don't say aluminum Alec, you're better than that.

  41. I am squidward

    I am squidwardIl y a 2 mois

    his hair it does not feel right when its down

  42. Jordan D

    Jordan DIl y a 2 mois

    You could have just got a ZTFab cart.

  43. Terry Kotschwar

    Terry KotschwarIl y a 2 mois

    You have a Master Forge Guru from the UK and a Master Knife Guru from the US...can you make a hybrid Commando knife which is both US/UK related? Former Sgt. from the 4th Infantry Division (M). I think you have the tools...now make them work!

  44. Tsunauticus III

    Tsunauticus IIIIl y a 2 mois

    You 16 or 43? Can’t tell

  45. Nathaniel Lavery

    Nathaniel LaveryIl y a 2 mois

    Omg the bus doesn't go where you live does it alex

  46. skyler lehmkuhl

    skyler lehmkuhlIl y a 2 mois

    The music at 6:44 reminds me of the Futurama theme.

  47. 67fishbig

    67fishbigIl y a 2 mois

    I don't believe you didn't know that.....lmao

  48. Charlotte

    CharlotteIl y a 2 mois

    Nice new haircut

  49. Blake McBride

    Blake McBrideIl y a 2 mois

    I have one very, very similar to the second (larger) one you have; it was a 1947 piece (Delta/Rockwell). I did a full restoration on it and it's a BEAST. Love it.

  50. Gary Koite

    Gary KoiteIl y a 2 mois

    You can remake that bottom plate for the tank and have the angle that attaches to the frame on the outside instead of the inside. That might give you enough room to roll the tank in.

  51. Chicago Dan

    Chicago DanIl y a 2 mois

    Al you mini um

  52. datguy 999

    datguy 999Il y a 2 mois

    Hvg

  53. Aidan F

    Aidan FIl y a 2 mois

    Feel like a coming out the closet moment is coming.

  54. Loïc Rebts

    Loïc RebtsIl y a 2 mois

    I only recently learned about that thing with tape measures, too... at 28. I understand the embarrassment ^^

  55. Adam Král

    Adam KrálIl y a 2 mois

    God damnit stay Brittish :D ALUMINIUM!

  56. Jamie M

    Jamie MIl y a 2 mois

    I was going to mention the shim at the end of the measuring tape, but figured you knew already. So, since you didn't know, I'll also mention that letting it snap back can loosen the shim by causing the rivets to tear into the tape, throwing your measurements off even more in the future. Next time I notice something I'll mention it right away. My bad, Alec!

  57. Copenhagen King

    Copenhagen KingIl y a 2 mois

    That definately came out of a woodshop 😂

  58. abby ehrenstein

    abby ehrensteinIl y a 2 mois

    Your drill presses look like the only ones we have in our shop except ours have tons of drill bit craters. I still love them and they are always satisfying to to drill with. Just found your channel from the title of this video and am loving it.

  59. Timber land

    Timber landIl y a 2 mois

    Fireball tools was not very original.. they allready existed in the 70's in germany

  60. Kane Alan

    Kane AlanIl y a 2 mois

    Song on 4:40?!?! Any one!!?!

  61. Benjamin Mellor

    Benjamin MellorIl y a 2 mois

    Good job on Trending.

  62. Dan Johnson

    Dan JohnsonIl y a 2 mois

    Need an Alec perfect blade soon sir, jonesing for some sharpe metal perfection..........

  63. Geno Lucero

    Geno LuceroIl y a 2 mois

    Will is awesome always doing the grunt work, everyone needs a Will.

  64. T wagner

    T wagnerIl y a 2 mois

    Montana may be beautiful but not really known as an industrial area with a lot of machining equipment like there is around Detroit. I live about 100 miles away in Ohio and there is still a lot of auto manufacturing here.

  65. Tanner Mack

    Tanner MackIl y a 2 mois

    It's aluminium, not aluminum.

  66. JolleyGreenGiant

    JolleyGreenGiantIl y a 2 mois

    can you combine 3 types of metal?

  67. Rogue Reaper

    Rogue ReaperIl y a 2 mois

    Hey Alec, do you ever forge off camera? And how did you get into it

  68. Dill Wiggle

    Dill WiggleIl y a 2 mois

    Hey you both got buzz cuts !

  69. Claus Madsen

    Claus MadsenIl y a 2 mois

    Jeez. You didn’t know that about tape measures?? I’m lost for words. With the skills you have I would never have thought you hadn’t realized this 10 years ago

  70. DENIS REEVES

    DENIS REEVESIl y a 2 mois

    Starting to get fed up to yanky

  71. James Woodrum

    James WoodrumIl y a 2 mois

    Have you looked at ribbon burner forges? Was thinking about building one. What are your thoughts?

  72. Connor Bell

    Connor BellIl y a 2 mois

    Spokane represent!!!!!! Fireball tools for the win!

  73. Donovan Chaas

    Donovan ChaasIl y a 2 mois

    I remember when I bought my old delta dp220. I carried that heavy SOB 50 or so yards through my yard to my shop. I was only 14 at the time, it was brutal.

  74. Andrea Berton

    Andrea BertonIl y a 2 mois

    Why don't you make a supersteel sword ? (Sorry if my English isn't perfect but i'm from Italy)

  75. Elias Stenbråten

    Elias StenbråtenIl y a 2 mois

    Could you get a shop in Norway please?

  76. Volvirth

    VolvirthIl y a 2 mois

    Alec... How many measuring tapes did you ruin by hammering rivets shut? :'D

  77. Skymon Gaming

    Skymon GamingIl y a 2 mois

    God I wish I had sceneries like that in Bradford 😒

  78. nadnerb978

    nadnerb978Il y a 2 mois

    You guys didn't know how the hook on a tape works! Dude...dude...dude. Now you need to make a jig that allows you to test your push/pull measurement per tape. Every woodshop has one (usually tests at the 12" mark, at the primary edge not the leading one). Gotta standardize your metrology! LOL! keep up the good work! Rock on!

  79. Kinu Grove

    Kinu GroveIl y a 2 mois

    Cool to see this video was at one point all the way up to #27 on Trending.

  80. Evan Hollandsworth

    Evan HollandsworthIl y a 2 mois

    please do the big enough meme (cowboy screaming in the sky) for the intro one day

  81. Kurt Lee

    Kurt LeeIl y a 2 mois

    electrician here been in the building trade about 15 years and i definitely of course absolutely did know about that with the tapes

  82. Mark O'Connell

    Mark O'ConnellIl y a 2 mois

    Just pronounce aluminum the way you normally would. Your accent is fun to hear.. also say zed instead of zero. Say atall instead of at all.

  83. Mark O'Connell

    Mark O'ConnellIl y a 2 mois

    Have him replace all the wires

  84. thisoneisforcommenting ok

    thisoneisforcommenting okIl y a 2 mois

    220 in murica whaatttttt

  85. Mark O'Connell

    Mark O'ConnellIl y a 2 mois

    It’s been 2 days, I need a new video from you on what things you did since the last video..

  86. mehmetali ateş

    mehmetali ateşIl y a 2 mois

    Can u forge a Obsidian?

  87. DARKKSLAYER

    DARKKSLAYERIl y a 2 mois

    Try making a gun

  88. Rainbow Nation

    Rainbow NationIl y a 2 mois

    Do you plan on doing any forging in 2019?

  89. Person On The Moon

    Person On The MoonIl y a 2 mois

    Good progress on your shop man. Keep cracking on! I was wondering if you were ever going to start selling those forge burners from Australia again?

  90. Magne Polden

    Magne PoldenIl y a 2 mois

    Hi. congrats on two good machines. It seems as you are doing well. But at 2 min 35 one can see at the left in the image, an extension cord on a selfwinding drum. Be careful, using such equiepment, as the cable get hot on the drum when electric loaded, and can possibly melt the cable, or worse, catch fire.

  91. BENJAMIN DE JONGE

    BENJAMIN DE JONGEIl y a 2 mois

    Seen Devils Tower yet, a must see

  92. Michael-James Breslin

    Michael-James BreslinIl y a 2 mois

    You need to put some real blue wheels and casters on that cart

  93. Toby Hughes

    Toby HughesIl y a 2 mois

    I miss the old Alec. Hurry up and start smashing out sweet knives!

  94. Corey Chapman

    Corey ChapmanIl y a 2 mois

    i would love to know how you got into black smithing in the uk, i live down in dorset and this would be something id love to take up as a career. :)

  95. AnonAdept

    AnonAdeptIl y a 2 mois

    When you get sick of winter come on over to Oregon, think you'd be a good fit.

  96. Slavik Cher

    Slavik CherIl y a 2 mois

    I want to see a Damascus steel axe or hatchet. Would be amazing and very useful tool

  97. Will Marcum

    Will MarcumIl y a 2 mois

    hey Alec I was rewatching your chef's knife build from last year, and I noticed you have one of the Grimsmo pens! How do you like the canadian cnc engineering?

  98. Alex

    AlexIl y a 2 mois

    Nice to know he can say Spokane right

  99. John Souza

    John SouzaIl y a 2 mois

    So tape measures, I knew that. Also, because of the flexibility of that tip it's important to not let the tape retract all the way in. Stop it just before the tip hits home so as to keep that tip from breaking off.

  100. нαкυ Valadéz

    нαкυ ValadézIl y a 2 mois

    Yesss my fav FRreporterr finally uploaded 🌹🔥🔥🔥