Completing The Ceiling - Machine Shop Build Ep. 6

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Turning a 200+ year old barn into a workshop. That's right - I looked it up, first time this place where I live officially mentioned as a manor was in 1747. Since it was a manor it had buildings alongside it, one of them was this dairy barn. Other buildings have decayed over decades and also the WW2 played quite a big role in it. Most of the walls are that old but of course the roof has been changed during the second part of the last century from wood shingle to fiber cement roof but according to my grandfather the ceiling beams in the barn should originate back to at least the beginning of the 20th century. So it is very old. I will do my best and keep this building together by means that are available for me. In this video I'm completing both the machine shop and the motogarage ceilings. In the next video I will build the one remaining wall in the end of the garage/corridor, make some doors and button this workshop up so I can try how many degrees I can get in it while heating it with the homemade wood stove. Thank you for watching and see you next Saturday!
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Under The Wire - The Mini Vandals (EEpost Audio Library)
Campfire Song - Chris Haugen (EEpost Audio Library)

Kommentaarid
Dawid B
Dawid B 3 місяці tagasi
Why osb not green plasterboard?
Merrill Ballantyne
Merrill Ballantyne 5 місяців tagasi
He's not following any building codes, and building a tinder box. This is a huge risk if any of his wood walls get set alight, which is very -possible with wood heating.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Most houses are wooden built and wood heated around here. They burn down as much any other houses - not that often.
CHARRUA UNO
CHARRUA UNO 7 місяців tagasi
Thank you for continuing sharing your dream workshop, I wonder what was the cost of the materials, not including your lonely work. I think I should invite you to visit us and you can help me to build my shop, LoL all the best and keep safe.
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss 7 місяців tagasi
👍👍👍👍👍👏👏👏👏👏
Fire Safe
Fire Safe 9 місяців tagasi
Now since you are the only one doing all of this work, that means that you are the only person allowed to use the space, correct?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 9 місяців tagasi
😁 Yes!
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
Parabéns 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍👍👏
Kurt Werner
Kurt Werner Aasta tagasi
Make sure you attach the ceiling "sandwich " often. Any air gaps can attract moisture. 20 cm n center should be ok. Great job on all your work.
Chris Betts
Chris Betts Aasta tagasi
Good to see, what anyone can achieve with hard work!! I've watched most of your youtube videos while I'm working away from home, can't wait to get back to my workshop. Keep it up. All the best.
Marcelo Frota
Marcelo Frota Aasta tagasi
👍
C Young
C Young Aasta tagasi
Been there, done that that’s why she’s an ex Wife lol
Scott K
Scott K Aasta tagasi
Awesome project! It's too bad you have to explain yourself on certain things you do. You obviously know what you're doing!!
C Young
C Young Aasta tagasi
I’m impressed that you were able to do all that by yourself... VERY NICE JOB!
Arnold Romppai
Arnold Romppai Aasta tagasi
well he most likly like me, my ex wife would never come out to help with any thing, hell i could be trapped for days and she would never come to look, but soon as my guy buddies stoppped over she bring coffee and some crap out in tight shorrts an top, but not when it was just me
Наиль Садыков
Наиль Садыков Aasta tagasi
Ты молодец👍
niklar55
niklar55 Aasta tagasi
I can sympathise, with doing that sort of work solo, as I'm in the same situation. My barn originally dates back to 1790's or early 1800's but it was enlarged sometime after 1857, according to the oldest cadastre that I've been able to locate. I started by excavating one section that was partly below ground, to level the floor. Problem is, that the floor is below the maximum water table level when it rains hard. So I've put a new floor in the attic, where it wont flood, and started moving my stuff towards heaven and dryness, I hope. ;-) I think you'll need more than 50 mm of polystyrene to keep warm, but its better than nothing, or you'll have to burn a lot of wood to keep the place warm.
TheBibliofilus
TheBibliofilus Aasta tagasi
Your mice and rats will have a warm life in luxury after this!
Maurício José Kirchner
Maurício José Kirchner Aasta tagasi
Good afternoon, friend, it has one more subscriber - Brazil
pete aplin
pete aplin Aasta tagasi
I don’t I’ve watched anybody work in such a safe and organized fashion..... and work alone! Add the cinematography and music - it’s pretty impressive! I’ve watched a number of your projects with not just a little envy for the attributes you display. Farm life rocks( raspberry right back atchya!)
Dane Garcia
Dane Garcia Aasta tagasi
4:37 - Now that's using your head to solve a problem 😂
Vaido Vaher
Vaido Vaher Aasta tagasi
Kiitus, nii ehituse kui ka filmimise eest. Oleks vaid endal aega ja tehnikat seda kõike nii jäädvustada. Jõudu edaspidiseks!
Vaido Vaher
Vaido Vaher Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Nõustun sinuga, ise teeks ka oma tegemistest videosid, ehk et pigem jäädvustaks endale, et näiteks 10-15 aasta pärast oleks lahe kaeda! Kahjuks on põhiline asi mul telefon ja siiani pole veel olnud seda mahti et Hiina Rahvavabariigist tellida üks vidin, millega seda telefoni kuhugi kinnitada :D Aga pikk jutt pidi olema s.... jutt seega ootan juba uut videot tegemistest!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Tänud. Selleks, et oleks aega seda kõike jäädvustada peab esiteks olema aega neid asju teha. Aga jäädvustamine ise, kuigi tänapäevane sotsiaalmeedia maailm meid seda arvama paneb, ei ole kõige olulisem. Minu jaoks on videote tegemine ja tööprotsessi jäädvustamine abivahendiks tulevikuprojektide tegemisel. Jõudu tarvis!
Kamikaze Kruzer
Kamikaze Kruzer Aasta tagasi
Oh wauw, you got a lot done. Starting to see the progress. Inspiring video.
OLD DAWG DREAMING
OLD DAWG DREAMING Aasta tagasi
Hey Donn, you did a really good job of replenishing the barn space into a work/play area ! Used every inch of materials without wasting much at all. Super fine workmanship too. Always enjoy your videos, keep em coming and thanks for sharing.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thank you very much. I'm glad you enjoyed it. New video in a week! ;)
Douglas Thompson
Douglas Thompson Aasta tagasi
Pretty nice!! You will really enjoy a warm place to work. The tools also do better in a heated space as far as corrosion. I am wondering if you can add any more insulation to the ceiling? R 10 really isn't much although it is one hell of a lot better than nothing! Lol! You will find yourself going out to the shop more when it is a comfortable work space as well so I am looking forward to more of your innovative design and fabrication. Take care. Doug
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Since it is a building inside a building and in the future it'll actually be just a partition wall/ceiling that even doesn't need insulating the insulation is good enough. I'm just building the first stage of the workshop - the machine shop. In the second stage I'd like to remove the old roof and most of the ceiling and old beams, raise the walls up a bit, build trusses for the roof and install a two post car lift so I can also work on my cars. But that'll take some time.
BlueGamer Dude
BlueGamer Dude Aasta tagasi
You cut the lumber last summer. Did it air dry this fast? or do you use a killn
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Lumber is cut from dry timber. It sat around for a while after cutting, too, so it should be good.
BlueGamer Dude
BlueGamer Dude Aasta tagasi
How do you fasten the osb in the foam?
BlueGamer Dude
BlueGamer Dude Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY oh so just longer screws
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I fasten the OSB through the foam to the beams and the other OSB sheet.
wood 63
wood 63 Aasta tagasi
good end ;)
Ильнур Калин
Ильнур Калин Aasta tagasi
Hello my friend! I hope, you will paint white color in finish?))
Solar Function
Solar Function Aasta tagasi
Well done
Ezequiel Ortega
Ezequiel Ortega Aasta tagasi
You do good work.
Grandmas eggs
Grandmas eggs Aasta tagasi
So satisfying to watch … it will be warm enough for you to walk around in your under pants …. but we don't want to see that do we ? great video as always.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
That will happen, you will see me in my underpants. It will not be pleasant for your eyes but it'll be pleasant for my body bathing in all of that warmth in my workshop, yeah! :D
DIY diacsn - Farmstead
DIY diacsn - Farmstead Aasta tagasi
Thats quite some Progress!
s k
s k Aasta tagasi
Let me see if I got this right, installing sheeting overhead by yourself, and not one audible cuss word? How the hell do you do that?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
There might have been some cuss words at first but after I got a hang of it it was pretty easy.
the chevy dude
the chevy dude Aasta tagasi
Awesome job so far
RC PATAPOUF
RC PATAPOUF Aasta tagasi
Very good Job bro
Nails
Nails Aasta tagasi
fake led zeppelin music.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
EEpost Audio Library.
Andrea Silvi
Andrea Silvi Aasta tagasi
Good job!! this is a job done with the "head" :')
Allen W
Allen W Aasta tagasi
You have been nothing be a hard working, talented EEpostr. I only seemed to get more impressed by you. Great job.
MrFakit
MrFakit Aasta tagasi
This has probably been asked already but how old is that building?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I've said before it's over hundred years old, but the stone walls should be like twice as old, since the manor which lands I live on at the moment is first mentioned in 1747.
A Forman
A Forman Aasta tagasi
Looks Great Donn! I feel warmer already. My mind starts with: How do I get the walls ready for paint? Do I patch the stone while I'm here?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Looks like we're on the same page. Would be awesome to have a nice white smooth stone wall that is easy to clean if needed. Easy or no maintenance is the key. ;)
Shipbl
Shipbl Aasta tagasi
Miks eestikeelseid subtiitreid videotele lisad?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Miks ka mitte...
Adam Schuster
Adam Schuster Aasta tagasi
With full respect. Damned good job 👍👍 Best regards from Germany.
Вячеслав Ш
Вячеслав Ш Aasta tagasi
Через 3-5 лет придётся менять утеплитель. Нет пароизоляции.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
"One of the problems in the building industry is that we have a spreading 'cult-like' mentality that worships at the 'church of polyethylene'. This cult views the answer to all moisture problems as the installation of a polyethylene vapor barrier on the inside of buildings. This cult is responsible for many more building failures than building successes. It's time that the cult deprogramming started." - Joe Lstiburek, Principal of Building Science Corporation Source: www.ecohome.net/guides/2299/painting-on-your-vapour-barrier/
Dan Kolar
Dan Kolar Aasta tagasi
Any nicer-and you could call the place a youth hostel. Thank you for sharing.
Todd Bearden
Todd Bearden Aasta tagasi
Looks good my man. I love that bay window!
jakobv8
jakobv8 Aasta tagasi
Good job. It seems that whoever provided you with the music had heard Led Zeppelin III a couple of times :-)
Mr Innovator Wayne
Mr Innovator Wayne Aasta tagasi
What made your decision to use OSB sheet paneling rather than using Sheetrock (cost or availability?) also...OSB ( in the USA) is stamped from the manufacturer to provide 1/8” spacing between all edges for expansion /contraction, your sheets are installed very tight...don’t recall seeing any factory stamp grading on your OSB sheets or are those considered “shop grade” panels. You may already know this but if your planning on painting the OSB surface be prepared to use a 1/2 gallon of paint per sheet if you want somewhat even coverage, this product really drinks up the paint unless you apply a sealer before painting.
Rudolf Sarromaa
Rudolf Sarromaa Aasta tagasi
please use a type of measuring system that people actually can understand (metric system)
Simon Brown
Simon Brown Aasta tagasi
Loving the build been keeping an eye on it. Just one small comment I wouldn't recommend running wires through polystyrene protected, they should really be in a conduit. There is a ion exchange between the plasticizer in the wiring insulation and the polystyrene which causes it to go brittle. Could result in a short future. I found out the hard way whilst buildings a teardrop camper
Chris Boek
Chris Boek Aasta tagasi
He isn't gonna use that anymore power isn't supply through them :) cheers
Open D Studio
Open D Studio Aasta tagasi
Donn stated in an earlier video that the wires are going to be replace with upgraded conduit circuits at a later date. He still has a big todo list.
WeldDuck
WeldDuck Aasta tagasi
Great Job. Do you paint the wall an ceiling?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I was thinking that I'm not gonna paint the OSB. Not I'm reading about those paints that could help to keep the vapor out of the OSB, I might paint the OSB with that but we'll see.
Tony Petrzelka
Tony Petrzelka Aasta tagasi
I think you have the perfect shop a blend of the old and the new
Horatio Hornblower
Horatio Hornblower Aasta tagasi
Great job, Don! I bet you already feel the difference in temperature.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Close to the ceiling I feel the difference but the warmth is rushing out of that fully open end of the corridor. I will close it the upcoming week and build & install the doors. Only then I can really test how warm I can get inside the workshop. :)
петя осипов
петя осипов Aasta tagasi
Молодец конечно ! Но косяков море..!
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson Aasta tagasi
Lookin good
3bnjo3
3bnjo3 Aasta tagasi
Your work, video and audio are all excellent. Cheers from Idaho, USA.
Geo Ham11
Geo Ham11 Aasta tagasi
Great work. I'm really enjoying this. Looking forward to your future projects. 👍
Stakman1-Stacey L
Stakman1-Stacey L Aasta tagasi
Wow, you have some nice straight lines in there even with building inside a very old barn. Very impressive! I am looking forward to next week.
Mark Toney
Mark Toney Aasta tagasi
Fantastiline!
michaelovitch
michaelovitch Aasta tagasi
The changes you made on the title and on the editing are really good in my opinion. It's more alive and ,i even feel something more engaged coming from you. Pretty cool.
R Martin
R Martin Aasta tagasi
that should make a big difference for you, a couple fans should circulate the heat and air for you.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
Things are looking Pret-ty Good Donn. What is the green stuff on the wood? Why did you........... Why have you......... Why not........... and finally why is the sky blue? 😉😉
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
:D
Jusb1066
Jusb1066 Aasta tagasi
cant wait for the whitewash to get put on, be so much brighter
Stijn 99
Stijn 99 Aasta tagasi
i like it
300whisper1
300whisper1 Aasta tagasi
Looking damn good!
Bombardier64
Bombardier64 Aasta tagasi
nice job as always! Don't know if you already said but what size is the work area where your lathe is located?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It's around 5x5 meters since the lathe and the workbench eat up some of the area. Projects maximum size is dependant on the doorway which is 1,8x2,25 meters because they'll have to fit through the doorway. So I will stick to the smaller projects in the winter time. 🤓
Mr Geoffrey Smith
Mr Geoffrey Smith Aasta tagasi
😝😂🤣
redd aguaras
redd aguaras Aasta tagasi
Can't wait for the DIY projects to come out of that workshop man!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Me neither!
Snoobster
Snoobster Aasta tagasi
Tahaks juba valmis projekti näha, aga hea töö nagu alati, asi liigub kiirelt edasi!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Isiklikult tahaks ka ja loodan, et varsti saab. 😁
Larry Downes
Larry Downes Aasta tagasi
Very professional job
Serg Yuzhin
Serg Yuzhin Aasta tagasi
потом покажи электрическую разводку поподробнее
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Making progress, are you going to run a small business in there Donn ?
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
I'm sure you'll make it happen mate..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
That's the idea. I will see what comes out of that plan. 🤔😁
Anthony Medford
Anthony Medford Aasta tagasi
Nice job as always, looks like everything is getting sealed up nicely doesn't look like anything will find it's way into the insulation to make its home there.
chris mul
chris mul Aasta tagasi
Are you already noticing the difference in temperature?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Not too much, no - the end of the corridor is still not sealed with a wall yet. But there's definitely a difference under the ceiling when looking through the thermal imaging. I will build the final wall and doors and then I can experiment with heating. The barn needs new windows too, old ones are leaking bad.
Hassan Al-Mosawi
Hassan Al-Mosawi Aasta tagasi
Thanks for sharing that
Edward Seth
Edward Seth Aasta tagasi
sliding doors on rail.. with locks on the outter(entring the corridor) n inner door (after the corridor into the shop..where the plastic is attached)
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