Ceiling Panels - Machine Shop Build Ep. 3

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A slightly longer video of the machine shop / moto garage build process into an old barn. This time I'm building the double doorway that separates the barn interior to the machine shop and more than half of the double ceiling panels are going to be built and installed.
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Soundtrack:
Pomade - Silent Partner (EEpost Audio Library)

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Chahid Abdelmjid
Chahid Abdelmjid 3 місяці tagasi
Great video
Gene Goodman
Gene Goodman 5 місяців tagasi
In comment you said you use rusty metal. I love the the way you use what you have. You build things out of scrap that look better than what a lot of people build with new material. You don’t care how much work is involved, if it gets in the way (concrete floor) move it. I’ve watched about all of the build and I’m going back to see what I missed. I’ve seen the future you will finish and it will look great. Stay safe
CHARRUA UNO
CHARRUA UNO 7 місяців tagasi
Thank you for sharing you hard work, it look like you are doing it all alone and it is admirable, I hope all the work you putting into your new CAVE at the end will satisfy you and make you proud, If you was closer I will hell p you, from Montevideo all the best.
DaDevil
DaDevil 7 місяців tagasi
As someone who has done 10 years of construction work, why am I watching this? Nostalgia?
Eric Inspiration
Eric Inspiration 10 місяців tagasi
Watching from Atlanta, Georgia USA. We need more hard wording guys like you over here! I enjoy watching your videos, if you ever wonder if anyone pays attention to your pride in your work the answer is yes great job! Very talented!!!!
ItsYuhBoiSimon
ItsYuhBoiSimon 11 місяців tagasi
What does the green paint liquid do
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
Parabéns 👏👏👏👏👏👏
Band Plop
Band Plop Aasta tagasi
Well done - good static
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
An still level. You don't let much get you down I want to buy you medication/LOL You must of marked down where you can grab wiring for lights in hallway. What a all around builder. The saw mill was the easy part hu/LOL
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
You obviously know what you are doing. I'm happy that you have an existing building to work off. you must save moby by doing so. If you would be kind enough to share, does your family share costs with you. As you say, your cheap! I consider frugal with what you have to work with. Unless you own the building outright, some one must put in input and then you analize what they say, is what they say good or bad to the long run or the endgame. How many room will you have in your workshop. heavy equipment takes bad weather poorly and you know that so will it get walled in first or will your workshop become more important. I can see that you have plenty of timber and as far as cant hooks you decided against? Or are they down the line. the one spruce must of weighted close to ten tons and that is a lot for just tongs and a canta leaver in hand. I know that you can pinch enormous weight short distance. I see a build room, a machine room, a draft room for designs and a hobby room, maybe a weight room? I guess I will wait and see.... so much talent and few things layed out on paper/metal
Александр Гусев
Александр Гусев Aasta tagasi
Работа колоссальная, нет слов, но вот не совсем понятно почему потолок новый на таком расстоянии от старого,может было бы проще наливать осб на старый потолок, между лаг напихивать утеплитель и снизу в один уровень вновь нашивать осб? Хотя скорее всего я не совсем понял задумку,но интересно, смотрим дальше.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Старый потолок будет удален. Я хочу построить более высокие стены в будущем. Этот сарай будет автомобильной мастерской. На данный момент я строю механическую мастерскую.
Rando Game
Rando Game Aasta tagasi
To be young again!!
Bobmike Stiene
Bobmike Stiene Aasta tagasi
The amount of apparently unsecured wiring would make me nervous.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Old wires, these don't have electricity going through them. I'm just lazy and don't want to deal with these at the moment. :D
Vojnik JNA
Vojnik JNA Aasta tagasi
Good job. Everything looks fabulous even though our methods are different. Quick question, why no nails for structural?
Саша Санек
Саша Санек Aasta tagasi
Привет . Брус это который на своей пилораме пилил?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Да. Пиломатериалы, использованные в этом видео, распиливают на моей самодельной лесопилке.
Will Wade
Will Wade Aasta tagasi
If you had screwed a board to the bottom of the beam forming an "L" or an upside down "T", you could have placed your panels on it and not needed the post to hold it up until attached. Also those panels you had to slide would have been easier to put in.
arkansas13
arkansas13 Aasta tagasi
Nice progress!!!!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers man!
Sam I Am
Sam I Am Aasta tagasi
For those concerned; 93kg = 205lbs
chiggymonkey
chiggymonkey Aasta tagasi
I love that "Like Butter!" is a universal phrase.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, we use it in Estonian language too.
chiggymonkey
chiggymonkey Aasta tagasi
a pneumatic nailer would be a lot faster than screws, possibly cheaper too
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I like that the screws clamp things together tight and if needed I can remove and relocate any screw I need. Nailer would be awesome though.
Rick Haver
Rick Haver Aasta tagasi
Again I’m no one to tell you anything, but obviously I’m going to give you my unsolicited opinion. LoL should have doubled up on your door studs and made your opening from the king studs measurement and used a double header at least if it’s load bearing ( it’s not like your paying for the lumber ) you might want to rethink that whole wall before taking out the old “rotted” timbers posts. But I do enjoy you videos. Oh, what is the green stuff your painting on the boards. I know it’s something to help treat the wood that is exposed to the concrete.
Rick Haver
Rick Haver Aasta tagasi
Well dude your doing a great job!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
This upper part of the doorway is load bearing in the sense that it has to bear the load of the ceiling panel. That's all. :D I misspoke in the video. It'll have beefy door slats that'll act as jack studs. When the double (for now) ceiling panels get properly anchored to the existing stone wall and they're attached to the new insulated OSB sandwich wall it'll be fine when I remove the supports from the old posts. Granted - I am no certified builder if that's what you're suggesting. ;) The green stuff is anti rot thing. Just taking precautions.
bikin bikin
bikin bikin Aasta tagasi
Donn i am just curious, what is on the upper floor? anyway i like this project, just want to see it done, keep uploading 2 videos a week would be fun
bikin bikin
bikin bikin Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Ahaaa, finally i can sleep in peace :D, i don't no why but i find this project is addicting to watch, turning that old cowshed into cosy workshop it's really fun watch, hope everything goes well keep combust the calorie haha, thanks for sharing!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The upper floor was storage for hay bales, both round and square. I'm gonna see how much I'll get done for Wednesday, probably not enough to make a video of the progress in the middle of the week. Also it'll take a good portion of the day to make a video from start to finish so I would lose a day of work. I don't know how people do daily videos. I would spontaneously combust doing that probably. :D Thanks for watching!
TomsDreamshop Worx
TomsDreamshop Worx Aasta tagasi
Coming along great! You remind me of Matt Cremona, you both are very hard-working people doing great work.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I'm not making things as nice as Matt does. I build stuff from rusty metal. :D
Kalle Idvand
Kalle Idvand Aasta tagasi
Soome kalevipojad oleks kahe mehega nädalaga sama tööga hakkama saanud , kui 10 h päevad ilma lõunata oleks teinud(aga et oleks 15 €/h! ) Pritttttiii guuud! :-)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Hahaa! :D Mul just mulje jäänud, et kalevipojad on kõik töörügajad. :D
mushroomhill
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What’s the green fluid in the bucket he puts on the wood? Srry if it’s a newbie question
mushroomhill
mushroomhill Aasta tagasi
leemer1 THANK YOU
leemer1
leemer1 Aasta tagasi
Copper Naphthenate wood preservative to prevent moisture entering the wood fiber and fungus rotting the wood
armando sanchez
armando sanchez Aasta tagasi
finish the cutter project
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
What cutter?
MADE ARIARTHA
MADE ARIARTHA Aasta tagasi
What is the purpose of the green paint?
Kalle Idvand
Kalle Idvand Aasta tagasi
Rot prevention
Tony Petrzelka
Tony Petrzelka Aasta tagasi
I love your construction videos, keep them coming
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers dude!
Kamikaze Kruzer
Kamikaze Kruzer Aasta tagasi
Awesomesauce. Could you maybe do a small walkthrough of your stable so I could orientate more, get a feel for the room?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I will do that when I get the walls around it, then it'll be more clear where's what. I'll also add the layout of the workshop as a drawing.
Евгений
Евгений Aasta tagasi
порнуха какая-то
Dave Pelfrey
Dave Pelfrey Aasta tagasi
Really loving this series of building a work space. Can't hardly wait till the next episode. Great job by the way!
Raleigh Sexton
Raleigh Sexton Aasta tagasi
Tremendous job - loads of hard work! A far better environment for your stuff, to be sure!
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
Looking Pret-ty Good Donn. You will have the best looking storage hallway on EEpost. You framing material looks fantastic. You had great logs and your sawmill did a great job cutting them.
sbirdranch
sbirdranch Aasta tagasi
Approximately what was the temperature when you filmed this? P.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
+0 degrees Celsius inside the barn. :D
puncher davis
puncher davis Aasta tagasi
I am TURTLe Paint me green and slap me on the celing. We dont need no stinking beams MORE TURTLE :)
the chevy dude
the chevy dude Aasta tagasi
Great job so far. so what is that green stuff you keep painting on?
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
the chevy dude It is a wood preservative. Some is called cuprinol. Often used to protect cut ends of pressure treated lumber. www.cuprinol.co.uk/products/wood_preserver_clear_(bp).jsp
selador11
selador11 Aasta tagasi
Is that a rivving knife on your circular saw?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yes, and it aggravates me. Nice safety feature though.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
selador11 I noticed that in the last video. It sure looks like what would be considered a riving knife on a table saw.
TheBibliofilus
TheBibliofilus Aasta tagasi
I would have bolted a 4*4" beam to the wall and then put the ceiling panels on top of it to get around the uneven wall and then put pillars under the horizontal beam on the wall at 2m intervals.
Adjex 555
Adjex 555 Aasta tagasi
wow this is epic
fabricator
fabricator Aasta tagasi
It's really cool to see your home milled dimensional lumber cut to THE ACTUAL DIMENSION it's supposed to be. Most of the time over here in the states to anchor wood with a hammer drill we generally just drill through the wood into the concrete, then use a nail in type anchor, no brackets needed.
Brandon Jarrard
Brandon Jarrard Aasta tagasi
Its because at the mill they plane off a half inch on all sided to avoid impurities in the wood because almost none of the wood at the mill is inspected by hand he wouldn’t use a piece of lumber that has a massive crater in it from bees, just burn it
Ray Zickrick
Ray Zickrick Aasta tagasi
Even though you had to sort through your lumber pile to get to what you needed...wasn't it nice knowing the lumber was straight and true when you got to it? I should be milling by the end of March.
Jasmin 455
Jasmin 455 Aasta tagasi
Where are you from?
Kalle Idvand
Kalle Idvand Aasta tagasi
Estonia
L. J. Bush
L. J. Bush Aasta tagasi
It looks like you're doing a good job. Those old places that are not square or level are really a challenge and aggravating to have to work around. I hope you get a finished product you are happy with you are certainly putting a lot of work into it and a lot of money it looks like.
L. J. Bush
L. J. Bush Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY I don't blame you for that, I'm glad it's not costing you an arm and a leg, and I hope it turns out nice and works great for you.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The amount of money I've invested is cut down by the amount of lumber I milled myself and the work I do myself by building the workshop. I just want some nice light clean and warm place where I can work in peace. :D
Josh Poole
Josh Poole Aasta tagasi
Like a couple other people have commented, you definitely need jack studs in that opening under the header you made. Super simple, just 2 2x4s. Maybe if enough of us say it you will fix it haha :)
Kalle Idvand
Kalle Idvand Aasta tagasi
It's simple enough and I bet he has the materials on hand but I'm guessing whether or not he needs them kind of depends on the door he's planning on using and if he needs those extra 4 inches.
AD Electronic Teardowns
AD Electronic Teardowns Aasta tagasi
No he doesn't
ROMO
ROMO Aasta tagasi
Super cool project! :-)
Константин Z Пакару
Константин Z Пакару Aasta tagasi
Этот коридор и будет мастерская?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Koridor on mootorrataste ja sõiduvarustuse jaoks, töökoda on 5,7 x 6,7 m alal.
Danut Plesu
Danut Plesu Aasta tagasi
Great video and progress.
Bobbing Bob
Bobbing Bob Aasta tagasi
Great video and progress. I would of also put preservative on the ground/ bottom edge of your particle boards . Keep thoses video coming. 😁
jakobv8
jakobv8 Aasta tagasi
Pretty good :-)
Northwestprepper411
Northwestprepper411 Aasta tagasi
You need a cordless saw, just saying. Good video.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup.
Василий Д
Василий Д Aasta tagasi
Больше таймлапса!!!
Geo Ham11
Geo Ham11 Aasta tagasi
Another great video. Watching you from Northern Ireland 👍
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson Aasta tagasi
Awesome!
VAStyle BBQ
VAStyle BBQ Aasta tagasi
That's a great project, young man. I really enjoy all your tinkering. I'm a mechanic 35 years and really appreciate your ability to create with a minimum of tools and equipment. Have fun and be safe. BTW
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers! Thanks for watching!
Mr Innovator Wayne
Mr Innovator Wayne Aasta tagasi
Just curious...would it not have been easier to build a brand new shop building this same size next to this barn. Or do land improvements like that greatly increase your tax’s in your country?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It would have, but... It would have needed permits and such and I want to preserve this old barn, at least the stone walls. And since it already has all of the infrastructure built in it is cheaper to use this for workshop rather than build a totally new building. And I can't imagine myself moving the heavy lathe anywhere. So I'll just build around the lathe. ;)
Anthony Medford
Anthony Medford Aasta tagasi
Great job as always. looks like your almost done just kidding, keep up the good work looks like you have a lot of it ahead of you.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
There's definitely more work to be done than there is done so far. I just can't imagine that workshop tidying up that awaits me, it's the most time consuming thing ever. :D
Aimar Kabin
Aimar Kabin Aasta tagasi
Mõnus vaadata talve õhtul. Tervitused soomest.
Kins Man
Kins Man Aasta tagasi
Хорошая работа👍👍👍
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Спасибо!
Prince Harambe
Prince Harambe Aasta tagasi
That will not be wide and comfortable workshop 😁
Prince Harambe
Prince Harambe Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY oh sorry didn't know that, but that bikes will have 5 star storage
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
This narrow part is for motorcycle storage, purpose built.
OLD DAWG DREAMING
OLD DAWG DREAMING Aasta tagasi
Good morning Donn, you're moving right along with the build. Looking good!! Gonna be a nice bike,bomb,bum shelter when you get er done for sure. Imagine, all that room in the barn and the guy stacked the lumber wrong and in the road ;-) We call that job security over here. lol Keep up the good work and great videos. Thanks for sharing with us.
Don Guignard
Don Guignard Aasta tagasi
Nice work and I enjoy your videos a lot. Just one thing though, you didn't double your studs each side of your door opening. Normally you have another stud underneath your door header. That way you're not just relying on those larger screws to hold the weight. They will just split the wood if enough pressure is put on them. Very good idea to treat the bottom of the wall. You are going to have a very comfortable shop to work in.
Chris Langdell
Chris Langdell 5 місяців tagasi
Yeah. King stud and Jack stud. Usually for every door frame. Even interior but to each his own. Its a shop and its yours.
deadslow201
deadslow201 7 місяців tagasi
And maybe even cheaper than those larger screws.
Fon Hollohan
Fon Hollohan Aasta tagasi
Its interior walls I dont' think its that crucial. Its a workshop not a house. It will be fine.
Hassan Al-Mosawi
Hassan Al-Mosawi Aasta tagasi
Thanks for showing how and sharing that, well done
allan bech rasmussen
allan bech rasmussen Aasta tagasi
Nice work
Do It
Do It Aasta tagasi
Hey bro, i ask myselt that how many version until you finish this project? Good luck man!
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