Concrete Floor Heating On Wire Mesh - Machine Shop Build Ep. 12

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Donn DIY

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Laying styrofoam board and reinforcing wire mesh on the leveled gravel pad in the machine shop and attaching floor heating tubes with zip ties so the concrete floor can be poured in soon! And my brother helps me out. This workshop / machine shop will be my awesome man cave. #machineshop #workshop #donndiy
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john hoy
john hoy Місяць tagasi
that was hard work it is looking good
StR aD. Franz SCHNELL
StR aD. Franz SCHNELL Місяць tagasi
Habe die ganze Serie betrachtet. Super-Arbeit. Gratulation. Freundliche Grüße aus Ternitz/Österreich.🥂
ted evans
ted evans Місяць tagasi
Not boring at all , we have a big shop and my brother and I are thinking about floor heating . The bad part is the upper floor where we make fiberglass race car hoods is all steel diamond plate floor . The entire building is Steel construction and built by us alone (accept for the cement ) . The main floor is already cement but we have 13 ft high ceilings so we could just raise the floor , and door openings 4" ? . I know a guy here in Michigan who did that in his barn and uses an electric hot water heater to heat the floor , I dont think he's heating a big area ? . Not sure how bad that would run up the bill but it seems it would have to work hard to heat the floor in winter weather . I have to watch more of your videos to see how you heat it.
autalkinghead
autalkinghead Місяць tagasi
Donn I'm a new subscriber and I know this video is over a year old, but just in case you see this comment, why do you need to lay the plastic sheeting down? Is that to prevent moisture from getting into the styrofoam? Love your work man!
Piter P
Piter P 2 місяці tagasi
...again" ahahahahah good job gretings from spain
Gene Goodman
Gene Goodman 5 місяців tagasi
I love the transformation from old to super nice. You will enjoy working in the new shop. Sometimes we need to do things that are not what we want but the end results are what you want. Stay safe
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I plan on doing the whole 400 square metre barn, install car lifts and build a blacksmith corner. There are so many projects I still want to start and finish. I hope they will be achieved in my lifetime.
Greg Brown
Greg Brown 6 місяців tagasi
I like to paint my OSB wallboard and ceiling boards before I install them for a nice clean white surface (and it is sealed that way). Good luck.
rxueloenz
rxueloenz 7 місяців tagasi
Octavia 2 👍
Ferdi Dede
Ferdi Dede 7 місяців tagasi
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Shawn C
Shawn C 9 місяців tagasi
Impressive job and fascinating project with a great old structure. Learned a lot thank you. Editing, commentary, and did length is perfect. Subscribed.
Shawn C
Shawn C 9 місяців tagasi
Autocorrect🙄 I originally typed "vid length"
3loypingvin
3loypingvin 9 місяців tagasi
Not too thin pipe? You need a good pressure for uniform heating.
Doitgood52
Doitgood52 10 місяців tagasi
When I heard you say little wood blocks under the mesh I gasped in horror!😧if you need to raise your mesh you should use.. a rock/block/brick or broken concrete.. anything non plant based.. oh well.. it’ll only last 100yrs instead of 150😁
Carmine Riganti
Carmine Riganti 10 місяців tagasi
Question what's the purpose of the plastic with lettering on it ?
Loshko86
Loshko86 Aasta tagasi
uuugh, styrofoam handling makes my hair stand on end xD
98976h
98976h Aasta tagasi
is that regular styrofoam or some kind of harder one for floor?
98976h
98976h Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY thanks love your videos :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Harder one for floor.
Don Van Hanegem
Don Van Hanegem Aasta tagasi
Heart to heart distance is way to big for this room
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
And brag and share I will do as this fanomenal what you have accomplished. I realize it is all done and you are on to bigger and better things but I am going to send this all over america. you a hellava good builder!!!!!!
Roderick Barry
Roderick Barry Aasta tagasi
Is there episodes after 13 please?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Machine Shop Build: eepost.info/face/PLkmF7FAZBzkUfkgOvR4QCAOJ2jHbGo3XE
J Rand
J Rand Aasta tagasi
Great work, and I must say it's a very posh machine shop, with underfloor heating and all.... 💰💰💰😊
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The cost per meter on this heating tube wasn't expensive - something like euro 53 cents. So it's not posh at all. 😉
Joseph Rogers
Joseph Rogers Aasta tagasi
thumbs up for brothers!
Rafał Sobek
Rafał Sobek Aasta tagasi
I like yours movies. Good progress
Agustin Roldan
Agustin Roldan Aasta tagasi
Para que es ese caño blanco ? Con forma de resistencia
Agustin Roldan
Agustin Roldan Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY no tenía idea que existia eso , descubri este canal hace como 2 semanas y me gusto mucho tus vídeos los estoy viendo de apoco ,en fin saludos desde Uruguay
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Es para calefacción por suelo radiante.
DIY diacsn - Farmstead
DIY diacsn - Farmstead Aasta tagasi
I like this over e.g the Bandsaw because this is about what im doing in my Barn. Nice to see other People struggle with the same sh*t! :D
Alex Köhler
Alex Köhler Aasta tagasi
I feel like jumping into my car and come to visit and help. Very nice build and another cool video! Cheers from Germany (where the weather is just alike..)!
Vitor Madeira
Vitor Madeira Aasta tagasi
I learn a lot with you. Thank you for sharing all the progress details with us all.
The Metal Butcher
The Metal Butcher Aasta tagasi
What a makeover Donn. I'm glad you are pouring under the lathe too. I wasn't sure if you were.
Guy Tech
Guy Tech Aasta tagasi
FWIW: It would have been better to lay down rebar instead of the wire mesh if you have any heavy equipment. Also you can break up concrete pavers into small chunks to prop up the wire\rebar. Using Wood or plastic props isn't the best option since it provide a path for air and water to get to your rebar\wire. I suspect you may have a cracking problem with that heavy lathe. I suspect that foam is rated for 20-25 PSI which will be exceeded by the lathe under the feet. You might be able to reduce the stress by mounting the lathe on thick steel pads (3/4" ~18mm) so the weight under the lathe is distributed over a larger surface area. Keep the concrete slab covered for a few days so to cures strong. Then consider applying a sealant. You can use a concrete intensifier like Lithium Silicate ,which will enable you to polish your concrete floor so its easy to keep clean. Epoxy is unlikely to stand up over the long term if you are moving machines around moving roller cabinets around your shop.
niklar55
niklar55 Aasta tagasi
I've got exactly the same to do on a cottage I'm restoring, so its nice to see someone else doing it first. One tip, its better to stagger the joints with the foam, so you dont have four corners meeting in one point. What thickness of concrete will you lay? Regards. Nik PS, I dont envy your snow!
Rick Haver
Rick Haver Aasta tagasi
Looking really good!
Andy Vana
Andy Vana Aasta tagasi
Tubli töö! Nagu eespool öeldud, siis ära kuula kritiseerijaid - tee nagu Sa ise tahad ja õigeks pead. Vaadates Su videosid annab see jõudu teistelegi algselt lootusetute projektidega edasi minna. Mul on käsil sarnane töö rehealusega.
Edgar Burnett
Edgar Burnett Aasta tagasi
Good brother!
Stéphane simon
Stéphane simon Aasta tagasi
Good job !!! 😉
Matt Wachowiak
Matt Wachowiak Aasta tagasi
It looks as though you are a fan of disc golfing
Big Bill at Iron Garage
Big Bill at Iron Garage Aasta tagasi
That should be a good floor. Also with a new shop you, it will inspire you to do new and exciting stuff.
Keith Walker
Keith Walker Aasta tagasi
No need to apologize, I've been really enjoying and looking forward to these build episodes! Keep up the good work!
300whisper1
300whisper1 Aasta tagasi
Outstanding job, once again.
MRSketch09
MRSketch09 Aasta tagasi
You edit the videos in a way, that the pacing work's, so its not horribly boring or bad. 09:26 Once you "white wash" that wall, as you say, one of the bigger benefits, will be the illumination will go up. 09:49 Sorry its taking so long? don't worry, we understand your getting your "Valmet forwarder " stuck in the mud and its slowing you down.
Allen W
Allen W Aasta tagasi
Boring, no. Needed to be done. If it were easy, everyone would do it. Looking good
wolvenar
wolvenar Aasta tagasi
Loving these videos
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Going well mate..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers!
Sam I Am
Sam I Am Aasta tagasi
You're going to have a real nice shop pretty soon
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Let's hope so!
Glenn Felpel
Glenn Felpel Aasta tagasi
Not boring to us.....like to see the progress. Just keep on keeping on. :-)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
🙂
Open D Studio
Open D Studio Aasta tagasi
From what could be seen on the floor, you should be able to set a nice thick isolation pad for you lathe. I like the vintage brick look, but it looks like it might difficult to keep clean.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I think so too.
ranger
ranger Aasta tagasi
Very nice to see the old barn change to a new work shop, not boring at all .Very nice job your are doing to the barn.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
🙂
Larry Downes
Larry Downes Aasta tagasi
Great job all part of the advancement of your channel thanks for sharing.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thanks for watching!
Marion Makarewicz
Marion Makarewicz Aasta tagasi
You do more in one year than others do in ten years! Never boring. Always a learning experience and inspiring.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cool. Inspiration comes and goes for me. I'm glad I can put it out too.
Kamikaze Kruzer
Kamikaze Kruzer Aasta tagasi
This is an awesome series, not boring at all. I love it. Of all my subscriptions, i watch your videos first. Love m.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thank you very much!
L. J. Bush
L. J. Bush Aasta tagasi
It's not boring from this end, but I'm not the one spending many monotonous hours doing it. Did you prop your reinforcing mesh up high enough? You might check but I think it is supposed to be about in the center of the slabs thickness. How thick is the slab going to be, it's hard to tell on camera?! Thanks for sharing with us, hopefully it will turn out to be exactly what you were wanting it to be.
Chee Kay
Chee Kay Aasta tagasi
@L. J. Bush In my area, for residential construction, 4" thick, concrete floors (slab on grade or basement floor, or garage floor or car port floor) generally do not use any steel reinforcing mesh or bar. One exception is when a radiant floor is being installed and we use a 6"x6" steel wire mesh to strap the tubing to. The mesh will provide some incidental reinforcing of the concrete but in these particular projects it's primary, it's sole purpose is to provide a convenient grid to secure the PEX tubing to. We use the mesh so that we can lift the tubing up away from the foam insulation locating the tubing somewhere above the bottom third to the middle of the slab. Moving the tubing closer to the top surface of the slab improves the thermal transfer properties of the system. Like you, I'm wondering if a 4" slab is adequate for what appears to be a fairly heavy lathe. Hmmm... I know who to ask. Abom79? You out there?
L. J. Bush
L. J. Bush Aasta tagasi
@Chee Kay It worked for that but the primary reason for the grid is to reinforce the concrete and strengthen it. It probably is if that is the dimensions of all that. I assumed the slab was probably about 4" even though I could not tell by looking at it. Is that going to be strong enough to support the weight of the lathe, I bet that thing is extremely heavy?.
L. J. Bush
L. J. Bush Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY you might call and ask the concrete guys you have coming to pour it just in case. It would really suck to do all that and it not be the best it can be. I'm glad to see it coming together, it's looking better with each new video. I thought it looked like it was on the lower side but was not sure. If the supports you have holding up the reinforcement mesh are commercially made especially for that purpose then it is probably fine. I hope it works well for you.
Chee Kay
Chee Kay Aasta tagasi
I would guess that the mesh is about 1.5" (38mm) based on the concrete chairs they used to raise it off of the foam. 1.5" is based on the chairs I see used locally. If the primary purpose of the steel mesh is to provide a grid for the layout and attachment of the radiant floor tube 1.5" in a 4" thick slab is probably quite satisfactory.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The mesh if anything is on the lower-side. Not exactly in the center of the new slab but not on the bottom either.
James Gaulton
James Gaulton Aasta tagasi
Great job, looking good
Ohh Paul
Ohh Paul Aasta tagasi
There is a cure time for the concrete before you can set something really heavy on it and have it be stationary on the concrete. I believe it is 30 or 45 days. Ask the people installing your concrete what their opinion is and if there is anything they can add to the concrete to make that cure time a bit shorter. thanks for the videos
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yeah, absolutely. But I will not move the lathe in the nearest future anyway. I will most probably start working on the lathe and doing projects before ever getting to the point of moving it. It also includes the wall cleanup and whitewashing it. In ideal conditions I would roll the lathe away but now thinking about it - I will just probably squeeze myself behind the lathe and do it as is.
G Duncan
G Duncan Aasta tagasi
Great job Donn, looking forward to see how you heat the floor
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Me too. I have no solid plans or solutions for it yet. I'll just have to figure it out on the go.
Henrik H V
Henrik H V Aasta tagasi
well… I just love it... would like my workshop to look like yours :-) keep them coming
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Very cool. Thanks for taking the time and checking out what was going on in this video. Thanks!
Vein1986
Vein1986 Aasta tagasi
I'm glad, that your brother helped :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Me too!
Rain Coast
Rain Coast Aasta tagasi
No half measures when building. Full on professional on your part. Good job. NOT boring.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I'm no professional, everything I do should be double checked before copying my actions. 😀
Johannes Fiftyeight
Johannes Fiftyeight Aasta tagasi
we got a small amount of snow today here too... (Germany)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I feel for you. We had close to 30 degrees Celsius at some point not so long ago. Having snow again is somewhat disturbing.
Stakman1-Stacey L
Stakman1-Stacey L Aasta tagasi
It may be boring for you, but I'm enjoying watching the progress! Thanks for sharing.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Very cool. I thought it was boring next to other videos on EEpost. Thanks for watching!
Nico Steffen
Nico Steffen Aasta tagasi
As always good work !!! And I think all your projects are great !! Keep it up and I hope there are many more! Greetings from Germany
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cool, thanks for watching! 🙂
Anders Löfgren
Anders Löfgren Aasta tagasi
We like you anyway 😀
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
😀
ahti29
ahti29 Aasta tagasi
Not done the way it should be but it probably does not matter at all.Great content,thank you!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
How is it supposed to be done? I'm here to learn.
Chee Kay
Chee Kay Aasta tagasi
Radiant floor in the shop, oh thank you thank you. Watching you break up the old concrete floor, I was hoping you would put radiant into the new floor but feared you would not.
Chee Kay
Chee Kay Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Heated floors are wonderful for shop and garage floors of all kinds and the only slight downside is that it takes a while to bring the concrete floor up to temperature after an extended set back period. For example if a shop is used only on the weekends it will take a few hours to bring the space up to a comfortable temperature if the heat has been off through the previous week. For people that want faster response the addition of a radiant ceiling is worth considering. Radiant ceilings being low mass, provide quick comfort when coming out of a setback period. Question: Do you know the manufacturer, brand name or product name for the concrete chairs / risers you used to lift the metal grid off of the floor? They looked quite good from what I could see in the video.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I did put it in the first slab that got poured in the motorcycle corridor, this one was even more important since it is the main working area. I would've just poured a new slab over the existing uneven barn floor but my father and a friend highly recommended floor heating as well. Which is a really great idea. I would've regretted not putting the heating in for sure.
Randy Hager
Randy Hager Aasta tagasi
No need to apologize Donn.....most of us know that "REAL LIFE" sometimes gets in the way of our projects! Been watching you for many years now and like all that you have done...keep up the GREAT work young man!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Very cool you've been around for so long. Thanks! You've seen a lot of weird stuff then. :D
Robert Kocián
Robert Kocián Aasta tagasi
Hello Donn. In which part of the series is the installation of waterproofing?
Robert Kocián
Robert Kocián Aasta tagasi
OK. Thank You and good luck with your work :-)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The waterproofing is done in basements mainly, if I'm correct. This is half a meter above ground floor level, I don't think it needs waterproofing but correct me if I'm wrong.
arkansas13
arkansas13 Aasta tagasi
Nicely done!!!
soo woo
soo woo Aasta tagasi
Shop looks like it’s coming together great! Also seems like someone enjoys disc golf, is it you or your brother?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, that is my brother's car with the discs in it.
MrFakit
MrFakit Aasta tagasi
Pressurize the pipe as it could collapse under the weight of the concrete when it's poured.
Chee Kay
Chee Kay Aasta tagasi
No, it won't collapse during the pour. This PEX tube can withstand probably a 100 psi of pressure with out collapsing and 6 cubic inchs of wet concrete is no where near 100 psi or 50 or 25 or 10 or even 5 psi. It is a good idea to pressurize the tubing prior to a pour so as to check for leaks but during the pour some would argue that it should be depressurized so that the tube is at it's smallest possible diameter to ensure that the concrete when cured fully encapsulates the tube. I doubt that this makes any real difference but the argument can be made. Years ago I did a radiant floor heating job that did fail the pressure test. The tube, Wirsbo (now Uponor) was perforated along it's entire length by tiny little pin pricks in two parallel lines as I recall. The punctures could not be felt but were somewhat visible with a magnifying lens and no water could be seen spraying or dripping out but slowly slowly puddles of water formed on the foam insulation. It seems probable that the perforations were caused by some kind of gripper during the manufacturing process but I never found out for sure. Goes to show that every installation must be tested prior to pouring concrete as even Uponor, one of if not the best PEX manufacturer can not provide 100% perfect tube, 100% of the time.
funridersusa
funridersusa Aasta tagasi
I think your renovation is moving as fast as any where your also working or living there. Is the foam board only used for the tubing? Your work is very good, do it right the first time!
funridersusa
funridersusa Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY That's what I thought. Must be very strong as well to support the weight of the concrete. Keep up the good work.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The foam board keeps the cold radiating from the ground away. I guess it can be used with or without the radiant heating tubes.
El Rayo X
El Rayo X Aasta tagasi
Good to see your brother got his legal problems sorted out and can now show his face. 😜
Donn DIY
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🤓
Total let go
Total let go Aasta tagasi
Oh👍💪
Dan Kolar
Dan Kolar Aasta tagasi
"If my critics saw me walking over the Thames they would say it was because I couldn't swim." - Margaret Thatcher Pay no attention to your critics. They aren't doing any of the work. Thanks for sharing.
Anthony Medford
Anthony Medford Aasta tagasi
Nice job as always, you can almost see the place getting warmer in each video. It's going to look like a completely different work shop when you are done. Also not boring at all cant wait to see whats next.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Now it definitely got warmer just due to the foam board. :D
Benny ofAtlanta
Benny ofAtlanta Aasta tagasi
didn't think it would work - until i saw you using duck tape - it'l fix anything!
Matej Šoky
Matej Šoky Aasta tagasi
I love the workshop build dont be worried I love it
OLD DAWG DREAMING
OLD DAWG DREAMING Aasta tagasi
LOOKING GOOD !!! Glad your brother does good work too. Thanks for sharing.
Lhaj BELAID Workshop
Lhaj BELAID Workshop Aasta tagasi
Good job
David Lyon
David Lyon Aasta tagasi
Awesome job! You are doing a great job on this renovation and when it’s finished you will have something to be proud of as well as a bright and warm workshop. Great video,enjoying this series 👍🇨🇦
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
It is looking great Donn and having your brother helping you out is a big plus. One thing you might want to add before pouring the concrete is to drill some holes through the form board by the lathe and insert and tie off some rebar so it extends out so when you move the lathe and do that pour it will tie the 2 slabs together to maintain level. You may also need to consider expansion of the large heated slab against the smaller slab under the lathe though.
Donn DIY
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Great points made that have to be considered. Cheers!
Henke
Henke Aasta tagasi
Might be boring for you. And it might take a lot of time. But when you are done. It will have been worth it :) Having a good workplace, A work place with heat. And floor heating to :) Will help future project's :) We had snow here in Sweden to :'( Winter is over. GO AWAY SNOW! :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It'll help for sure with future projects. Let's hope we're gonna get there soon. :D
Joe Smith
Joe Smith Aasta tagasi
No drains?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, no drains. The workshop floor sits way above the level of the ground on the outside. Like half a meter I think. When we demolished the old floor the old sand and grave underneath was bone dry. I think this will be dry also.
ES
ES Aasta tagasi
Where are you from?
spanorky
spanorky Aasta tagasi
WOW! You shop renovation/build is looking AWESOME! It may be taking longer than you wanted; but it is cool to see all of the progress. When you first said that you were going to do it I didn't imagine that it would look so great. I can't wait to see the finished shop.
Mark
Mark Aasta tagasi
Don't worry about your content, you are doing a fine job! Take care.
Raleigh Sexton
Raleigh Sexton Aasta tagasi
Radiant heat! Now THAT'S what I'm talkin' about!!!!
z dubs
z dubs Aasta tagasi
I love your channel a little more each Saturday!
oohoocee
oohoocee Aasta tagasi
How mutch is packet of styrofoam in Estonia?
Richard Dimery
Richard Dimery Aasta tagasi
good job
Anders Toomus
Anders Toomus Aasta tagasi
Hästi tehtud! Kuidas sa soojendad vee?
Anders Toomus
Anders Toomus Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Hea valik kui sinul puud omalt vötta. Üks on kindel, elekter tulevikus odavamaks ei lähe! Köik sinu videod on huvitavad aga sinu töökoja ehitus mulle eriti sest tegin täpselt sama töö ise 30 a. tagasi ( küll ilma pöranda küttega) vanast laudast töökoda ja auto garaaži. Mina ei tea mis plaanid ja võimalusi sul on aga kui auto garaaž ka lauta tuleb siis soovitan sull teha määrde auk pöranda sisse! Olgu suvi vöi talv, sadagu vihma vöi lund auto vöib igal hetkel remonti vajada! Jõudu tööle ja tervitusi rootsist.
Donn DIY
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Veemahuti ja küttekehaga puuküttega ahjus ehk. Ei ole täpselt mõelnud sellele, sest ei tea, kuidas võimalused on tulevikus. Esialgu ei hakka põrandat kütma, panen lihtsalt torud sisse, et tulevikus see võimalus olemas oleks.
Anton Holmstedt
Anton Holmstedt Aasta tagasi
Rani Plast 👍🏼 😁
OLD SCHOOL MACHINIST
OLD SCHOOL MACHINIST Aasta tagasi
Hey Donn, Perfection and doing the job right the first time takes a little time. Don't rush it because you don't want to have to do it over again. As far as it being boring, IT'S NOT. As always I enjoy watching your videos, sometimes I learn something new from you👍. Keep up the good work, looking forward to your next video.
Rob Nelson
Rob Nelson Aasta tagasi
Not boring. Keep it going👍🏼
kory league
kory league Aasta tagasi
Great project. Your gonna have a nice shop when it's all done. Well worth the effort
SimRacing Obninsk SWENNOR75
SimRacing Obninsk SWENNOR75 Aasta tagasi
Не хочу тебя огорчать, но теплый пол надо делать не змейкой, а улиткой. В твоём случае прогрев будет не равномерный
Hassan Al-Mosawi
Hassan Al-Mosawi Aasta tagasi
Thanks for sharing that, well done
Fluffy Floof
Fluffy Floof Aasta tagasi
Hey, no worries! Watching you, building your workshop is quite enjoyable. Happy happy, y'all! :3 Edit: I actually endured a few EEpost Ads, today. Because Mozilla messed up their add-on SSL certificates, and a bunch of my Firefox's add-ons got disabled. ;D Edit2: i think, it's a bit strange to tie the re-bar with plastic zip-ties, instead of proper metal tie-wire … meh, probably just fine, since the re-bar overlaps everywhere.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I'm still able to do it over with wire.
Josh The Tooldude
Josh The Tooldude Aasta tagasi
"it's snowing again" lol. Where I live it's the same way. I think winter is finally gone but last year we had snow around this time. I do love your other projects but it's actually cool to see what goes into a build like this. It's gonna be so worth it when it's all done! Keep it up!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, working in a warm workshop is something I haven't done to this day. I'm sure it will be delightful. :D
Dave P
Dave P Aasta tagasi
You do not need to apologize for nothing! Loving watching you build yourself a sweet shop, and all the good things to come. Thanks for the great channel -Dave.
Dave P
Dave P Aasta tagasi
You are welcome!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thanks for taking the time to watch it. I appreciate it!
J-Hawks
J-Hawks Aasta tagasi
Nah mate, not boring at all...
Tanisi Tim
Tanisi Tim Aasta tagasi
What's your brothers name ?
Frank Deegan
Frank Deegan Aasta tagasi
Rome was not built in one day. One step at a time. Great video
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, one tiny step at a time.
Aimar Kabin
Aimar Kabin Aasta tagasi
Vägev 👍😎
Donn DIY
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🤓
Eddy Vrancken
Eddy Vrancken Aasta tagasi
You are doing a great job. Keep up the good work.
Donn DIY
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Cheers.
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