Doors & Door Latches - Machine Shop Build Ep. 7

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Finally getting the machine shop closed in by building doors and finishing up the motorcycle garage / corridor end wall. Getting the first heat in with the old wood stove, testing the heating capabilities and setting heat records.
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Brian Beecher
Brian Beecher 4 місяці tagasi
Hello don was curious is it cold there dont know when you shot this video. Was it your cold season there when did this video or are you just using the snow suit for personal protection??? Keep em commig btw good job once again don a man of many many talents,plus im studying your construction techniques🤣🤣🤣🤣 cause i could use more ideas for my shop build as well like i said got a whole bunch of shop equipment and am looking to better my shop like you are only difference is somebody has a freaking barn like i want hmmmmm iwonder who that could be🤣🤣🤣🤣👍👍👍🤘🤘🤘 ill one up you one day don and i think its right around the corner gonna buy a new house very soon and will be looking for a barn with a loft..the upstairs will be a sound studio and the bottom level will be my new shop so ha do that mr don. Love your vids dude cant wait for the next one god bless you and your family stay safe bro peace✌✌🤘🤘🤘👍👍👍
Julio Poventud
Julio Poventud 5 місяців tagasi
aleX gronAix
aleX gronAix 5 місяців tagasi
10:11 Vastlapäev
CHARRUA UNO 7 місяців tagasi
Thank you for continuing sharing, including you persistence, perseverance in working and not running your bike, good discipline, all the best from the distance, keep safe.
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss 7 місяців tagasi
Tarvo Leinus
Tarvo Leinus 9 місяців tagasi
Your work is so clear to me 👍
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
Parabéns 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍👍👍
glenn goodale
glenn goodale Aasta tagasi
Good video as always 👍
Arnold Romppai
Arnold Romppai Aasta tagasi
yes in this day and age any cement floors that are poured should have vapor bearer and 2" foam on the ground and tie the 1/2" pex heating pipes to the rebar, in 3 or more loops even if you dont plan on using it, there may come a time down the road were you want nice warm dry floors, and a cement floor with hot water pex pipes in it, will heat a whole building, and use half the energy to heat, once the floor is hot it take very little to keep it that way, as well the heat from the floor moves up all the walls like a huge battery of stored heat, but yet hundred of shop an home floors are pours every day and they dont put them in, witch is so sad, they dont know what they are missing, and it cost very little extra to put them in, its the manifolds, pumps controllers that cost but they can be put in any time, hell you can heat the floor with your hot water tank.. even run pex pipe on your upper floors wood floor joists before closing them in.. the pex pipe is only $0.28 a foot cnd
dad Angelah
dad Angelah Aasta tagasi
Hey don, grrreat series....enjoy each and every one! Keep up the work! BTW... if you ever get tired of the cold...come to my house in Miami, Florida! It’s 80 deg f in dead winter here!!! Lol.
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
Well very few comments means that you don't answer many or it would triple. It would also hold you up on all the things that you do. It probably paid for all the osb to go in the old brick building. I am curious if this is a family owned building or yow were able to buy it with your brother maybe? I know he doesn't want to be on the videos but maybe that will change. I don't think anyone has to tell you how smart you are when it comes to building. It is a lot harder to remodel that to outright build but you know that to so best to continue watching and enjoy ever so much. I am trying to figure out who to share to that will share it as well. Good luck
Joseph Rogers
Joseph Rogers Aasta tagasi
You make things look easy.
125 SM
125 SM Aasta tagasi
Great videos , new Subscriber
Ezequiel Ortega
Ezequiel Ortega Aasta tagasi
Good work as always.
Allen W
Allen W Aasta tagasi
Donn what are you powered by? I have seen very few who can keep up with my Go, Go and Go energy. You may be the one to top me. Nice work.
James Tate
James Tate Aasta tagasi
Donn how old is the Barn, it appears to very old.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Something like a couple hundred years (at least the stone walls).
Manguy dude
Manguy dude Aasta tagasi
I like your color scheme. It's the same as the shop I'm building!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I haven't decided on painting the OSB yet. I would like to cover it with water stop and latex paint to reduce or almost completely stop the water vapor from entering the OSB even though the OSB is already a vapor resistant material but not a vapor barrier. So the color scheme might change from OSB + whitewash to white OSB + whitewash stone walls. Doors would have to be darker so my dirty hands will not stain'em so quickly.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
From what I have heard you will not regret spending the money to install the in floor heating even if you only do the pipes or tubing now and don’t complete the system until further down the road. Since you are doing the concrete slab it is the perfect time #NoRegerts My cousin built a new shop and planned the tubing around the future 2 post lift he wanted to install so proper footings (under lift) and drilling for anchors wouldn’t affect the tubing. ⛲️
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, it seams I'm gonna put the tubes in. I've had a couple of comments about it being not so good idea since it is expensive and it's not efficient when I'm not using the shop every day, but my gut feeling says I'm gonna regret it if I don't put'em in. But we'll see.
Kool Kroozer
Kool Kroozer Aasta tagasi
wow, what a top job, must say i have never seen anyone cut strips like you with a circular saw
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It's easy, just push the saw through the wood and you got it. It's pretty stable with the riving knife.
3bnjo3 Aasta tagasi
Excellent workmanship! How many sheets of OSB have you used? Cheers from Idaho, USA.
Alfa Tau
Alfa Tau Aasta tagasi
Olev 160514
Olev 160514 Aasta tagasi
Hea töö! Soojas alati parem putitada! Kuidas sinuga ühendust saab? Oleks üks projekt pakkuda mis aitaks mesinikul taru korpuseid tõsta. Arvan, et sellest tehtud video võiks teistelegi huvi pakkuda
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Tore, et meeldib. Hetkel olen hõivatud ja teenustööga ei ole aega tegeleda. Pärast töökoja projekti valmimist ootab endal hunnik alustatud/lõpetamata ja alustamata projekte ees. Keskendungi nendele.
Bojan Šafradin
Bojan Šafradin Aasta tagasi
When you make tracked car
VintageTexas59 Aasta tagasi
Making good progress !
Randy Savage
Randy Savage Aasta tagasi
I liked your trickery @ 9:05
patrick ezuma
patrick ezuma Aasta tagasi
Ahhhh....your videos were so good and then you added crappy music to this one....swing and a miss
patrick ezuma
patrick ezuma Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY That I wouldn't mind
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Wait 'til I start to sing in my videos.
Oleg Elycomoff
Oleg Elycomoff Aasta tagasi
Удивительно! Коменты по английски а на дверной петле видна буква "П" что означает ПРАВАЯ! Где это происходит?
Great Job Donn, sure glad to see you have things closing in for you. Really looks good. Thanks for sharing with us.
G Duncan
G Duncan Aasta tagasi
Your energy is an inspiration to the rest of us! Even better, the swallows will soon be in Europe and the best time of year will begin. Keep them coming Donn, best regards.
creamtube Aasta tagasi
That pastry/snack you ate looked like a "Semla". We have a day called "fettisdag" here in Sweden for it :P Lovely buildseries, keep it up!
L. J. Bush
L. J. Bush Aasta tagasi
I hope you did not close yourself in so close and tight that you can't get lumber or whatever in to your work area without a major hassle.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Double doors in the machine shop help to get the material in and projects out. The single door in the end of the motorcycle storage corridor will just be for walking through.
Markus T
Markus T Aasta tagasi
Thanks for a great video.... as usual. I guess you don't have much insulation under the concrete? If you don't, forget about the floor heating...all the heat will be sucked down towards the ground
Milan Dupal
Milan Dupal Aasta tagasi
Excellent performance, thanks for posting.
Pedro Alves
Pedro Alves Aasta tagasi
Hello, VERY VERY GOOD JOB ,👍👍👍, salutations de la Suisse 🇨🇭 🇨🇭🇨🇭
Ricky's diecast models
Ricky's diecast models Aasta tagasi
Good video as always 👍
Tony Petrzelka
Tony Petrzelka Aasta tagasi
Another awesome video, can't wait for the next
AFH Projects
AFH Projects Aasta tagasi
Nice work! I agree with this pipe suggestion. If you are pouring a new floor anyway it's a good and healthy upgrade.
AFH Projects
AFH Projects Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Yeesh. And the home made water heating rocketstove for next winter ;) Or the pile of manure outside for water heating :D
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
You see, another friend telling me that. That can mean only one thing - I should put in the pipes. :D
Greg Lautz
Greg Lautz Aasta tagasi
Throughout your videos, I always appreciate your get it done perspective and making it work to the best of your ability.
Rain Coast
Rain Coast Aasta tagasi
Good job insulating. Warm in Winter, but cool on hot Summer days. Comfort = warm floor.
the chevy dude
the chevy dude Aasta tagasi
Great job so far. How are you going to do the roof?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I'll have to tear down the roof in the future. Also the framing under the roof down to the walls, build wall extensions and new trusses with tin roofing.
Huopa Vaan
Huopa Vaan Aasta tagasi
Awesome bilder !!!
Northwestprepper411 Aasta tagasi
It looks good. Waiting for the next update.
Pret.ty.Good ;)
Werner Pfeifer
Werner Pfeifer Aasta tagasi
Tater79bj Aasta tagasi
Was that a Roe deer?
андрей силач
андрей силач Aasta tagasi
Ну а дальше работать во вполне комфортных условиях.
dcrypter87 Aasta tagasi
why do i feel like everytime i look at this "workshop building" series i feel like ur parents kicked you out and you desided to move to the garage =D
Mees Metsast
Mees Metsast Aasta tagasi
Nüüd on aeg tegeleda ventilatsiooniga! Üldiselt tehakse soojas ruumis, siseseinal, aurutõke, et jahedamal pinnal ei tekiks kondensaati. Kuna inimene koosneb suures osas veest, siis ta tahes-tahtmata tekib higi ja soojas ruumis hakkab niiskus kogunema ilma (korraliku) ventilatsioonita. Soovitan puurida seina või tuua aknast sisse ventilatsioonitoru ja sellega lae alt, üle pikema vahemaa, värske õhk sisse lasta. Mida pikem ventilatsioonitoru, seda soojem õhk väljub diffuusorist- lae all on tavaliselt õhk soojem ja seda soojust saabki ära kasutada värske õhu soojendamiseks. Ventilatsioon ei toimi ilma väljatõmbeta ja seda sul peaks ahju korstna kujul olema. Samuti läheb vaja paremat õhu liikumist keevitustöödel ja muude tolmuste töödega. Tööstuslikud keevituse töökohad on varustatud "korstnatega"- kraega toru, mis tõmbab nagu korsten mittevajalikud gaasid välja- sellega puudub vajadus sundventilatsiooni järele.
Shrike Aasta tagasi
Pretty Good.
Selssius 1
Selssius 1 Aasta tagasi
Remember ventilation...
Ralf Gottfrid Hansson
Ralf Gottfrid Hansson Aasta tagasi
Nice Job! 👀 allways start your fire from top, less smoke and not all wood will catch fire, it burns slower and less intens a longer time😎
TomsDreamshop Worx
TomsDreamshop Worx Aasta tagasi
Awesome, I am so pleased for you!
Donn DIY
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Frank Deegan
Frank Deegan Aasta tagasi
I don't do a lot of woodworking but when I do I keep a bout a gallon or so of saw dust and put some light oil with it to use as a floor cleaner when I sweep the floor the next time. This helps grab the dust, dirt, and metal shavings for a faster and easier clean up.
thangquocnguyenmdp Aasta tagasi
Super cold isn’t it?
علي الشيخ
علي الشيخ Aasta tagasi
بارك الله فيك عمل رائع
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson Aasta tagasi
Freaking awesome, great work! Btw it's a shop whether or not it's inside a barn....
Anthony Gonzalez
Anthony Gonzalez Aasta tagasi
Wow, a lot of job
Wilson The boxer
Wilson The boxer Aasta tagasi
I love your video Donn, giving me motivation and idea to work on my things! greeting from Canada
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Awesome, I'm glad this channel is a source for motivation. Honestly, I personally sometimes struggle finding motivation so I know how good it is to get hit with it flat in the face and start doing things rather than thinking about'em. Greetings from Estonia.
David Genthner Jr
David Genthner Jr Aasta tagasi
I am definitely gonna save this series for future reference. I would love to convert an old barn into a heated and insulated work space. We get over 2.54 meters of snow a year in my area and I need to eventually get a place to work on my projects while keeping warm.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Very cool! Man has got to have his own corner, a man cave if you please. :D
matti pukki
matti pukki Aasta tagasi
Nice Job! 😊
Ananas Studio DIY
Ananas Studio DIY Aasta tagasi
ohhh god you have so good manual skills - i have problem with circural saw. If i cut somthing free hand with circural saw... there is no straight :/
Solar Function
Solar Function Aasta tagasi
Always a pleasure seeing everything you create.
Vaido Vaher
Vaido Vaher Aasta tagasi
No nii, 17 kraadi ja kerkimas on ju väga hea soojus, kus talviti nokitseda. Igati äge oli näha seda nippi, et ukse alla panid kummiriba. Tahan seda garaaži ustel kasutada :D Müts maha jällegi!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
+17 kraadi on juba päris soe jaa. Tunkedes normaalseks töötamiseks on maksimum +15 kraadi, muidu läheb ära saunaks. See transportöörlindi nipp "laenatud" vanakooli meestelt, kahjuks pole ise selline geenius, et nii häid ideid genereerida. Aga kasutan neid hea meelega. Toimib hästi ja kui lint peaks kuluma, siis saab lindi kõrgust reguleerida ja ukse taas tihedamaks teha.
michaelovitch Aasta tagasi
Floor heating has a lot of thermal inertia. Unless you use your shop constantly,or unless it's heated with a programming device,very accurately to not waste energy past the time you don't use your shop in the day,and to get it warmed before when you get in ( wich is also waste of energy) ,i don't suggest it to you. I would insulate the floor as well,to not get the same inertia from the cold ground ,(even if you loose only little heat by the floor) and get a very responsive heating system,like a "boosted" wood stove or a used wood pellet stove,with few fans strategically placed to blend temps fast. You could preheat incoming air in your shop with a underground pipe,and use exhausted air from your shop to warm it up even more,so you already get relatively warm air,and less energy wasted in heating up your shop. Two concentric pipes could do it quite easily,as i know the ground it at a constant 11 ¨C if you dig enough,even in cold countries. I don't think you have permafrost,so it could be a useful set up for you. It would make a good AC system fo summer also. One or two things like that with hygrometric two speed : and some pipe would do it.
Michael Walton
Michael Walton Aasta tagasi
What are those style of hinges called? Did you order them online?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
From a local hardware store.
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
17c is good, i could live with that, how would the heating in the floor work, do you have to get a power hot water unit Donn ? you should put underslab polystyrene floor insulation, down first to insulate from the old slabs temperature changes, and keep the heat radiating upward ...
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, the new floor will be isolated from the old one once I come to the decision what I eventually do with the tubes.
VAStyle BBQ Aasta tagasi
Doors are hard Don. You did a really good job! Something to be proud of, Sir. Take care
juho-pekka strang
juho-pekka strang Aasta tagasi
Nice! What u think, how much weight your big lathe?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Fast Google search said that the lathe 1k62 weighs 2210 kg. So that's what I have to lift up in the shop in order to get the slab poured in.
RC PATAPOUF Aasta tagasi
So cool my friend
DavRos Aasta tagasi
Underfloor heating for the that IS class
Larry Downes
Larry Downes Aasta tagasi
Great job
moogie38 Aasta tagasi
Looking good, keep up the good work.
Eric Paqueriaud
Eric Paqueriaud Aasta tagasi
Bonjour dom je regarde toutes vos vidéos est c est un régal je ne parle pas anglais mais les yeux suffise merci continuée Éric France
Anthony Medford
Anthony Medford Aasta tagasi
Nice work, glad you can heat the place now. Keep it up.
Marnei Erencio
Marnei Erencio Aasta tagasi
Hard work and great job! Following all steps!
elijuseee Aasta tagasi
Floor heating is good idea, but this amount concrete has heat insertion if will be not heated all the time. It tooks some time to warm up. But less waters temperature you should pump to the floor to have same temperature in air.
J-Hawks Aasta tagasi
17c.. that's basically speed'o weather.
Ted Bownas
Ted Bownas Aasta tagasi
Definitely put the tubes in, if you're pouring a slab in to make a level floor. Whether you hook them up now or not, the expense is worth it. In a few years your feet and knees may appreciate a heated floor, even if it's not high on your list now. Don't ask how I know. 😂
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Good to hear that opinion repeated many times. Putting the tubes in is not a lot of extra investment money wise but I bet I'll definitely hook'em up once I have them already in the floor.
Hassan Al-Mosawi
Hassan Al-Mosawi Aasta tagasi
Thanks for sharing that, well done good for you
Guust Aasta tagasi
👍Paint ? ✌
09conrado Aasta tagasi
Have you thought of building that DIY panel saw yet? Look up Time Rowe's version on Way Out West- A Blow-in Blog: DIY panel saw
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Nope, no need for it.
Geir Mathello de Lange
Geir Mathello de Lange Aasta tagasi
Nice Have a nice weekend.. Cheers from Norway
Venan Aasta tagasi
:) When im watching this, it's a relax for me
Dan Kolar
Dan Kolar Aasta tagasi
Thank you for sharing. BTW, when I opened your video, EEpost said that it had accumulated 8 views and 10 upvotes. Not bad.
southern 207 hobbies
southern 207 hobbies Aasta tagasi
You might want to repair that hole in your stove
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
There's no hole - it is the bottom hatch opened a bit and reflection of the burning charcoal on the ashes down in the ashtray.
Roy sigurd
Roy sigurd Aasta tagasi
Maybe you see reflectipn in plastic tarp ?
A Forman
A Forman Aasta tagasi
Pretty good!
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