Building Walls - Machine Shop Build Ep. 2

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Donn DIY

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Continuing the workshop build by building wall panels, removing old parts of the barn that are in the way, insulating the new walls with rock wool. A lot of works still needs to be done but we're getting there. Thanks for watching!
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ajmckay2 Місяць tagasi
Awesome progress - watching the whole playlist as I work on some other stuff. I'm surprised you used screws to attach the OSB panels - I just did this to my garage a few months ago and I used ring shank (underlayment) nails - they work awesome and cost a fraction of screws.
Руслан Ков
Руслан Ков 7 місяців tagasi
ВАЗ -2101 когда займёшься ?
deadslow201 7 місяців tagasi
Feb 2, 2019 "It might not be interesting for most people to watch" >>> 25.04.2020 104,756 views
CHARRUA UNO 7 місяців tagasi
Thank you for sharing Sir you are fortunate to have a place to build your own CAVE your working to create space that you will enjoy it, and working very hard is commendable. Keep up the good work and have a safe day, from the distance (Montevideo) all the best.
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss 7 місяців tagasi
Robert 8 місяців tagasi
Can’t wait to see this project develop. If I may, what is the green liquid you painted on the 2x4’s? Thank you for sharing.
Matze941 8 місяців tagasi
12:40 Anyone else yelled "STOOOOP, WATCH THE CABLE"? :D
Олег 8 місяців tagasi
Но дел на хуторе.не на год
Олег 8 місяців tagasi
Мне проще сначала каркас поставить и потом обшить осб.чем все это носить на себе.А так молодец.
Iuliu Catalin GAL
Iuliu Catalin GAL 10 місяців tagasi
Hey good job.What is the purpose of the green solution you put on the wood ? And what is the name of the stuff? Thanks
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
PARABÉNS 👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
Você é o cara , parabéns 👏👏👏👏👏👏
Bruce K. Evans - Historian
Bruce K. Evans - Historian Aasta tagasi
Beautiful winter, the blue sky is just like here in Maine. We are warm now, too warm for the start of November. I love seeing the new construction in the old space, I built a studio/office in my basement and remember how it felt each day as it came to be. I am fine with fiberglass but the rock wool insulation for sound was awful itchy. It will not mold as water runs through it and out--no water, no mold.
Сергей Симаков
Сергей Симаков Aasta tagasi
Hi from the Moscow. You are no professional. You are better than professional.
Danny Mann
Danny Mann Aasta tagasi
The internet loves watching your videos!
Clyde Balcom
Clyde Balcom Aasta tagasi
I gather you have had enough nitpicking? Just do your own thing. I'm just happy to be watching you play.
cbXray Aasta tagasi
Your comments about the grinder made my day. :) You are doing a great job!
TOM SANDERS Aasta tagasi
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
Everything is though, even the water in gravy water is rusty red and tough. I couldn't live like you do now yet lived much worse when i was a kid milking cows and feeding all ducks and chickens.As far a music goes. You have great taste
King Samson
King Samson Aasta tagasi
Those Torx head screws are sooo easy to work with, aren't they? No pushing like crazy to avoid the head get round like with normal philips head screws...
Fon Hollohan
Fon Hollohan Aasta tagasi
U mimicking the cry baby about grinding near sawdust cracked me UP.!! Keep up the good work. bud..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It's good to make people laugh! Life is too fun to go around serious all the time. :D
D G Aasta tagasi
3:35 🤣 This guy definitely reads comments. I love when they troll back 👍
Because Bugeye
Because Bugeye Aasta tagasi
I was gonna say that this is your typical EEpost armchair expert, here to weigh in on whatever it is you're doing, pointing out how it's wrong.
Will Wade
Will Wade Aasta tagasi
Give you a hint on cutting studs the same size. Stack all your studs on top of each other making sure all are even on one end. Measure and cut the first stud on the stack and the saw will cut half way through the next. Gently push the fully cut stud off and cut the next stud at the cut line left by the first cut. Repeat. speeds up the cuts and most of the time there will be no differences in the lengths.
Will Wade
Will Wade Aasta tagasi
What I was saying is that you can place 2x lumber one on top of each other. When you cut through the top piece of lumber it leaves a kerf in the next one down. This saves having to measure each piece by using the kerf left as your next cut mark. The caveot is that you have to have the blade set at exactly 90 degrees or the angle of the blade will either grow or shorten the lunber with each cut.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Is this comment particularly for me or for people who watch this video in general? If it's for me then I don't use the threaded rods to create studs - I use ready-made anchor bolts that have expanding slip-ends on them. They'll start catching in the pre-drilled hole differently and will stick out differently when tightened. Thus they'll have to be cut down to size after installing and separately. If your comment was meant for people in general then cudos, it is valuable info to save time and they can see how it's done in one of the SVSeekers latest videos if they're interested. ;)
RunSolo Aasta tagasi
Paint the hallway or whitewash? Whitewash is cheap, mold resistant and smells good.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Probably whitewash. The old stone walls have whitewash on it already but heavily discolored from the hay dust and cow manure. :D
Amped Up
Amped Up Aasta tagasi
A little longer video would be nice.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Will try a longer video in the next episode. You're the second person asking for it. ;)
ahti29 Aasta tagasi
One day you will start a fire accidentally.But you wont let us know,do you?😉😂
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I've started fires before and will start fires in the future both accidentally and deliberately, there's no doubt about it. BUT... It is insulting to my intellect when people comment in a way that suggest I have no idea whatsoever that I could set things on fire when there are sparks flying. Thus the sarcasm in the video.
yesjohnny01 Aasta tagasi
Looking good! If the corridor side has fume from fuel you may want the floor lower than the workshop side.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The ceiling in the corridor will be lower than in the machine shop itself and it'll vent out nicely through the electric ventilation system.
Gentle Soul
Gentle Soul Aasta tagasi
Hello , please consider using a full face visor when using the grinder with the thin cutting discs, they have been known to shatter, we lost a guy a few years back when that happened, the disc fragments took a chunk off his forehead off and killed him, he was only wearing glasses, a visor would have prevented that.
Arno Lamster
Arno Lamster Aasta tagasi
kena vaadata. Ma vaatan, et sul see makita tsirru saeb pikipuitu aeglasemalt kui mul akuga makita tsirru. Akuvariandil on maru õhuke ketas, saag peab palju vähem tööd tegema. Kui palju saagimist siis ehk tasuks proovida? Ma oma platesae peal olen katsetand ja kõhutunde järgi oleks nagu üks kw maast leitud. Eriti kena kui mingit kahe tollist tamme on vaja saagida. EEpost ohutusmendid muidugi heaks ei kiida aga sind vaevalt et huvitab :D
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Mul ainult mõned prussid vaja veits sirgemaks saagida, kõiki mitte. Mingid okslikud veidrikud, mis on kuivades oksakohtade pealt punnitama hakanud jms. Enamus lõiked ristikiudu järkamiseks. Aga tänud soovitamast! Ehk jääb see mõttetera mulle meelde tulevikutarbeks. Akusaag ise oleks ka hea, ei peaks selle tüütu juhtme otsa koperdama. :) Ega jah, ohutuspolitsei on alati valvel, pole üldse mõtet võideldagi. Tuleb olla lihtsalt teflonmees nende kommentaaride osas.
Arno Lamster
Arno Lamster Aasta tagasi
Pidasin silmas siis et akusae ketast proovida
Robert Donohue
Robert Donohue Aasta tagasi
no outlets in that wall? somewhere? anywhere? just one, please.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I will run the wires on the wall so I can change the layout of the outlets whenever I need.
chiggymonkey Aasta tagasi
Love that rock wool!
chiggymonkey Aasta tagasi
If that green treatment is the same stuff they use for pressure treated lumber it might corrode your galvanized brackets
Kurt Werner
Kurt Werner Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY no, that stuff is ok.
Donn DIY
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Patrick Baitman
Patrick Baitman Aasta tagasi
Pewdiepie has a DIY channel too?
Keith Walker
Keith Walker Aasta tagasi
Awesome job, can't wait to see the next installment!
ATVMAN Aasta tagasi
olekkos eestiläinen
SluSharkND Aasta tagasi
Awesome build. Great way to use existing infrastructure to modify for your needs! Thanks for sharing!
Rolf Nilsen
Rolf Nilsen Aasta tagasi
Stihl chainsaw with bar nuts for a sawmill setup... What are you hiding from us Donn.. What are you hiding... ;-) You have the bandsaw, the electric chain mill - and a chainsaw for a Logosol like setup. Clearly something is hiding in the workshop.. A chainsaw sawmill.
Ananas Studio DIY
Ananas Studio DIY Aasta tagasi
Simple project, simple work i love it because you do a lot of work on video and a little bit of talk. There is a reason why i watch yours videos almost 5 years :D
D Herauf
D Herauf Aasta tagasi
Is that a bluestone chemical you are using to treat the boards ? Very nice work ! :-) Dennis
PoisoneDrummer Aasta tagasi
Nice job ! Are those old wood supports part of the ceiling or old partition walls ?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Part of the ceiling.
mushroomhill Aasta tagasi
Love this shit!!
SimRacing Obninsk SWENNOR75
SimRacing Obninsk SWENNOR75 Aasta tagasi
Дерево при контакте друг с другом будет гнить. В местах примыкания древесины, нужно было проложить слой изоляции проводящую влагу.
Vitali Timofejev
Vitali Timofejev Aasta tagasi
Дурак ты Петя!
андрей силач
андрей силач Aasta tagasi
Не соглашусь.
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Aasta tagasi
Good job in difficult conditions, cold weather uneven floor.
Kwat Man
Kwat Man Aasta tagasi
Good ideas - thanks for the help.
the watcher of things
the watcher of things Aasta tagasi
2 seconds in im out . . Music video Crap music. . no music is good
PyroShim Aasta tagasi
You won't be missed
july mash
july mash Aasta tagasi
Hi there You do good work Good information Make a wood Chipper Have a good day 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸😎
Kamikaze Kruzer
Kamikaze Kruzer Aasta tagasi
I ffing love this build series. And I laughed my ass of when you ridiculed the fire hasard people. :) Thx sir.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I didn't want to ridicule anybody, I just wanted to prevent people from stating the obvious. :D
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Battery powered tools among mankinds greatest inventions, the dudes who built that barn never would of dreamt of such a thing..
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Agree, and you can even mix a cake if needed, they're bloody brilliant things ! i even have a scrubbing brush for mine to clean the shower lol....
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Aasta tagasi
Very true. I use my impact driver every day and it is much better than just a cordless drill for driving fixings in.
gorp27 Aasta tagasi
No flack from me about grinding next to stuff that burns, just keep a fire extinguisher handy. Things I have set afire whilst using a grinder: oily rags, the garbage can, dry leaves, and my shirt while wearing it.
MrSkinnyn71 Aasta tagasi
Mark Fryer as a rule yes. But I have started one with a reciprocating saw as well cutting metal by sawdust in an enclosed place. I just always made sure an extinguisher was handy. Gotta do what ya gotta do.
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Aasta tagasi
Maybe you should stick to using a reciprocating saw. Bit slower but you won't start fires
Michel Frechette
Michel Frechette Aasta tagasi
You are so skilled that everything you build is interesting to watch 🤓
Raleigh Sexton
Raleigh Sexton Aasta tagasi
Making sure I see lots of green stuff in this episode, ha ha! Remodel is MUCH more difficult than new construction in my opinion. Excellent work, made more significant by the fact you milled your own lumber. Good on ya! Do wish you had cows, still though. Just like seeing them.
pawelaco Aasta tagasi
You showed beautifully what and how to do it, great. All the best
Юрий Небо
Юрий Небо Aasta tagasi
11:33 Sayonara sucker, get lost and get outta town Sayonara sucker, well I don't need you around 'Cause you know everybody thinks that you're such a drag And half your brain's all alone in your head Face it you're fucked You've got a big old mouth I wanna stomp your face with my Keds... The Queers - Sayonara Sucker Album: Punk Rock Confidential (1998)
Larry Downes
Larry Downes Aasta tagasi
I am looking forward to this build it has always been a dream of mine to take an old barn and making it it to workshop and living quarters. What are you going to use for fireproofing? Would the waterproof sheetrock be cheaper than OSB?
Larry Downes
Larry Downes Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY I know here in NY the moisture proof 5/8 sheetrock is half price of the OSB Just food for thought
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I can see where the lumber is under the OSB so I can hang anything heavy on the framing instead of the OSB alone.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The OSB is pretty spark proof as I've come to realize over the years. Don't take my word for truth though. It's just what I think. I'll leave the OSB walls as they are, no extra treatment. I haven't looked up the local prices of the sheet rock so I really don't know.
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Aasta tagasi
The OSB will serve several functions in I see it, structural bracing for the stud walls and an easy to fix to clean surface for shelving and brackets for the motorcycle gear one side and workshop equipment on the other side. Less need to go searching for a stud to fix to unless things are really heavy..
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
Mr. Provocative try to poke the bear 👉🐻 by grinding next to kindling and sawdust. 😂🤣 A vapour barrier isn’t needed on an interior wall that will be heated on both sides. Only necessary if the wall has a “cold” side so you should be okay despite what some of the “experts” may say. Your more likely to fall off your ladder than start a fire or get mold so stop climbing the ladder. 😉
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It will have a colder side for at least next 5 years to come - namely the side that is in the barn outside the machine shop, in the future car workshop which will be heated also. There will not be a close contact with the outside elements so I think it'll be fine. These ladders are from the devil, who designs these anyway?
vidinwoodworker Aasta tagasi
Are you sure those beams are rotten. Quite often its just the outer skin that has rot but not the heart wood. You might be making more work for yourself.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I want to remove the beams no matter what because the ceiling will be lifted to accommodate a two post car lift in the future in the stage 2 of the workshop build (outside the partition/machine shop I'm building right now). The barn requires a new roof too. I will see from up close when I get to removing the beams in what condition they exactly are.
Bombardier64 Aasta tagasi
Im interested keep on building to how you want your shop!!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I will, thanks for watching!
dennis binyon
dennis binyon Aasta tagasi
been 36 to 40 plus degrees (over 100f) for weeks here in australia don’t know what cold is good luck with the build
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The one time I came to Australia for 3.5 months we had 45 degrees Celsius and I thought I was gonna die. So I think this cold here is not as threatening as the heat down there. At least we have plenty of drinking water in the form of snow. Not the yellow snow though...
nick d
nick d Aasta tagasi
Your doing a great job. I enjoy watching and learning how others build things. Who knows? One day your method might come in handy. At least! It keeps me reminded " there is more than one way to skin a fish and they all work ". The cynical comments are perfect! Keep up the great work! Oh that dear at the first of the video, she looked really cold. It would be nice of you to bring her inside and warm her up in pots and pans and a skillet!!! LOL!!
Donn DIY
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Hahaa! I'm not a huntsman and prefer chicken anyways. So I just enjoy watching the deer strut around on the fields.
Hassan Al-Mosawi
Hassan Al-Mosawi Aasta tagasi
Thanks for sharing that, well done
Markus Frei
Markus Frei Aasta tagasi
Danke für die Winkelschleifer Showeinlage ! Haha
RC PATAPOUF Aasta tagasi
Great bro ! It interest myself ! I watched all this vid
Donn DIY
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DIY diacsn - Farmstead
DIY diacsn - Farmstead Aasta tagasi
Noice, more from this!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
More will inevitably come!
Le Sk
Le Sk Aasta tagasi
This is interesting
Carsten Andersen
Carsten Andersen Aasta tagasi
Looking forward to seeing next move. Thank you for sharing your amazing journey. God bless you and your family.
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson Aasta tagasi
Randy Savage
Randy Savage Aasta tagasi
I watch your videos and it gives me more motivation to watch more of your videos 😂
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers dude! I thank you for that!
shortcut Aasta tagasi
Väga põnev vaatamine. Mul endal ka garaage paremaks ehitamine plaanis.
Allan Tähtla
Allan Tähtla Aasta tagasi
Donn DIY betooni läheb sul kõvasti ilmselt. Mul vaja põrand veel ära tasandada, tööpind ehitada ja veidi viisakamaks seinad teha.
Donn DIY
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Tänud! Nägin juba Su kanali ja ukseesise valamist Instagramis ja mind hakkas huvitama, palju mul põrandavaluks betooni läheb... :D Mida täpsemalt Sa seal paremaks ehitada plaanid?
Borkzilla Aasta tagasi
Not tough here. A few days of subzero (-18C) weather here and I'm ready to move south.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
We're all ready to move south here. :D Southern people be ready for us!
Jaakob Simulman
Jaakob Simulman Aasta tagasi
Milline ventilatsiooni süsteem tuleb töökoda
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Sundventilatsioon elektriventilaatoriga, liigutatava kohtäratõmbega käiamiseks, keevitamiseks jms..
Paulo Alberto vamos falar de quê?
Paulo Alberto vamos falar de quê? Aasta tagasi
Good job!
Donn DIY
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David Lyon
David Lyon Aasta tagasi
Your doing a great job. It’s always nice to have a warm work shop in the wintertime. Keep up the good work 👍🇨🇦
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It sure is. I hope that the next winter will pass by unnoticed, wearing t-shirt and shorts. :D At least single layer clothing. Thanks for watching!
Hey Donn, you're getting it done, looking good. Sure good to see you turning an old barn into something useful again. I've spent some time shoveling in those parts of the barn. Not as sloppy today as it was when full of cows. Keep up the good work and sure glad you leave the closed captioning up longer each time, I read slow ;-) Thanks for sharing. Don't force it use a bigger hammer..
Donn DIY
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Ah, yes, the captioning. Sorry. I've realized that when I already know what the writing will say I read faster (during video editing). Now I try to slow myself down and read slower so the speed is normal for other people after the video is done rendering.
Tony Petrzelka
Tony Petrzelka Aasta tagasi
The mice have to have some place to live too haha
Stakman1-Stacey L
Stakman1-Stacey L Aasta tagasi
You really are a fantastic craftsman! That old barn is an amazing building. Any idea how old it is? It would have been interesting to see in it's heyday when it was young.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
This barn should reach a century in age, at least parts of it's stone walls from the early beginning of the 20. century mansion times. It was bombed during the WW II and poorly rebuilt (especially the roof) in the Soviet occupation time used for either collective or state farm. My grandparents should have some pictures from my grandfather's family living here prior to war and the barn had a totally different look back then.
Adjex 555
Adjex 555 Aasta tagasi
Es Si
Es Si Aasta tagasi
Great work, and beautiful husaberg 2t😍
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I like that 2 stroke too, can't wait for the Spring to hit already. Couple more months to go...
spanorky Aasta tagasi
Great idea for bike and gear storage! Hahaha...Donn DIY
Anthony Medford
Anthony Medford Aasta tagasi
Cool good work keep going.
Bobbing Bob
Bobbing Bob Aasta tagasi
Good planning and should be nice and warm once finished
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Let's hope so. :D
Jan Krimberg
Jan Krimberg Aasta tagasi
hahahahah tean mida kilpkonn tunneb ...see oli mega hea.....kas prussid jms on su enda masinaga lõigatud jah .....
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Prussid jah saeraamil lõigatud ja materjal oma metsast. Üle kiloeuri hoidis see vajamineva materjali maksumuses kokku.
Guust Aasta tagasi
@12:53 ...TIMBER !!!!!!😂
Radu Florin Ciursaș
Radu Florin Ciursaș Aasta tagasi
Pretty gooooood!
Danut Plesu
Danut Plesu Aasta tagasi
Like then watch :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers! :D
life is what you make it
life is what you make it Aasta tagasi
With voice like that at the start your cold weather trousers must be too tight!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Got my panties in a twist.
gregor hay
gregor hay Aasta tagasi
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