Jacking Up The Ceiling - Machine Shop Build Ep. 4

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Donn DIY

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In this episode I'm getting all the ceiling panels installed, adding a couple of wall panels, making posts and beams out of lumber using glue and nails, jacking up old ceiling to remove and replace old rotten support post. Check it out!
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Soundtrack:
Pomade - Silent Partner (EEpost Audio Library)

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Piter P
Piter P Місяць tagasi
that moment when the auxiliar post fall down.... awesomw work congratulations gretings from spain
Chahid Abdelmjid
Chahid Abdelmjid 3 місяці tagasi
Respect
Mark paulene
Mark paulene 7 місяців tagasi
Just like to say your a very clever young man and keep up the great work. Mark UK
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss 7 місяців tagasi
👍👍👍👏👏👏 good morning
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
Showwwwwwww, parabéns 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Arnold Romppai
Arnold Romppai Aasta tagasi
looking at the construction and area, you must be in Finland or Sweden. i more lean to Finland
Jan Ratajczyk
Jan Ratajczyk Aasta tagasi
Nienormalny człowiek jesteś i Gadaj po polsku
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
I have never seen a jack like that before. It worked very well, I hope you feature it in a future build.... Please.
Josh Kasel
Josh Kasel Aasta tagasi
Thats a nice tank jack.
BlueGamer Dude
BlueGamer Dude Aasta tagasi
that beam rotted because it was standing on the concrete
Daniel Nortmann
Daniel Nortmann Aasta tagasi
I think the animal pou Make the rotting
BlueGamer Dude
BlueGamer Dude Aasta tagasi
Do you live in the sauna house you built?
Will Wade
Will Wade Aasta tagasi
Can't wait to see you refurbish the lathe.
Will Wade
Will Wade Aasta tagasi
I would look at putting in LED lighting but check out whether you want the Daylight LEDs or the Soft Light LEDs. I have found the daylight LEDs hurt my eyes after a while but the Soft Light LEDs is less bright. Maybe a combo. They also save a lot of enery. My light bill went down an average of $10.00 after installing them and I keep my outside lights on 24/7.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I have LED-s already installed in the other part of the barn where I built my mobile band sawmill. Even with dark background they illuminated the environment enough to shoot normal 60 fps video. I bet with barn walls painted white, OSB on the partition walls and those same LED-s in the ceiling will make a great filming environment from the machine shop. The savings on electricity too, yeah. Wouldn't want to burn Edison bulbs. :D
Uiruuete Uiraçu
Uiruuete Uiraçu Aasta tagasi
Belíssimo trabalho, parabéns...
Ilona Šņorniece
Ilona Šņorniece Aasta tagasi
Lielisks darbs. lai veicas!
Paulo Alberto vamos falar de quê?
Paulo Alberto vamos falar de quê? Aasta tagasi
Hi my friend!
Rick Haver
Rick Haver Aasta tagasi
Doing a great job! But I would expect nothing less from what I have seen! LoL
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers man!
Larry Dickens
Larry Dickens Aasta tagasi
Please, what is the green stuff you are brushing on the dimension lumber? Is it your own formula of a preservative?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Anti-rot agent.
the chevy dude
the chevy dude Aasta tagasi
Awesome video. It looks like you are rebuilding the barn from the inside out
the chevy dude
the chevy dude Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY but by starting at the bottom everything will be square when you get up to the roof
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yes, I've started this thing from the wrong end - I should start from replacing the old leaking roof but I need a place where I can work in first. :)
Claudio Orsi
Claudio Orsi Aasta tagasi
Great job Donn keep it up it won’t take too long now
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Let's hope so! ;D
Planetary Gear
Planetary Gear Aasta tagasi
Video peal ei nähtu mitte ühtegi abimeest. Sellest eeldan, et tegid kõik tööd ise ja üksi. Vinge!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Üksi ikka, ei jaksa abi palgata. :D
nick d
nick d Aasta tagasi
Looking Gooood!!! I got a couple questions for you. What is that green stuff you have been using? When you used it on the bottom plate of the wall. I thought it was some kind of moisture barrier. Now your using it off the ground and only on one side, I'm totally confused. LMAO! Off camera has the stone wall been a bitch to work with? To me. Trying to make straight lumber join a not so straight, flat wall would be difficult.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Green stuff is anti rot treatment. I just put it wherever I think rot might start to develop on.
Kamikaze Kruzer
Kamikaze Kruzer Aasta tagasi
Awesommmmmmmmmmmmmmme. Love your freehand cutting skills.
SFtruckerWolf
SFtruckerWolf Aasta tagasi
Old cow barn is allways rotten on roof ,much things to change. I had also old cow barn, but cow was put away too early, so no new outer roof made. And old roof leaking, frost fall totally building down on few years. Could be good garage allso for me.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yeah, the old roof is a b****. I have to change that too.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
Thanks for keeping us POSTED on your progress Donn. Your home cut lumber is working out great so far. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Haha! Pun intended! I used the word "post" far to many times indeed. The home cut lumber is great - I don't feel any regrets chopping longer pieces into smaller bits. If I would have bought the lumber my eyes would be in tears with every cut I make and with every scrap piece of lumber thrown into the stove. :D But not now.
michaelovitch
michaelovitch Aasta tagasi
Is this kind of composite post as strong as the previous one piece post ? (how do you say that "billet post" ?) I know it's working on compression,but will the thinner parts will flex,or separate slowly ? And why nails and glue ,and not screws or threaded rods with nuts and washers ?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Very good points you made! I hope this post made from lumber doesn't start to split over time and the nails will hold the lumber together. I used ~150-ish mm nails so they go all the way through the lumber and there's quite a lot of friction in there. But if it starts to separate I'll add additional steel straps on it like on wine barrels. These should hold it together without any problems.
purask
purask Aasta tagasi
jah samahästi oleks võinud ka nurga panna sinna postile või kruviga nurga all, sest gravitatsioon teeb ikka oma töö posti tala ja põranda vahel hoidmiseks kui ta täpse pikkusega on
Greg Kieser
Greg Kieser Aasta tagasi
If working alone was an Olympic sport, I think you’d be a gold medal contender.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Haha! :D
Brad Grassforest
Brad Grassforest Aasta tagasi
I think most estonians prefer to work alone, they are not that good at it tho.
Nolan yoyo
Nolan yoyo Aasta tagasi
your living my dream
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I sure hope you know what you're dreaming for. Unfortunately it is not a walk in the park as I first thought before starting to build the workshop. :D Now I just have to continue and persevere until it's finished.
Husik Pogosyan
Husik Pogosyan Aasta tagasi
Я вынужден отписаться английский не понимаю ,работаете грамотна и аккуратно спасибо.
s k
s k Aasta tagasi
Same old, same old...everything takes twice as long as you figure...but the end is worth it.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yes, absolutely!
Dávid Florek
Dávid Florek Aasta tagasi
That jack seems like the one from the German WW2 tanks.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Dude, you're right. I like this jack more now. Now all I need is a tank that goes with it. :D
Vaido Vaher
Vaido Vaher Aasta tagasi
Väga vinge! Peab ikka hobuse kannatus olema, et üksi sellist objekti teha. Jõudu!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Pole hullu. Tuleb ikka ise teha, kui tahta sellist asja saada, mis endal kujutluspildis. Jõudu tarvis!
ROMO
ROMO Aasta tagasi
Cool and big workshop! Super metall lathe :-)
OLD DAWG DREAMING
OLD DAWG DREAMING Aasta tagasi
Great video Donn, the dungeon is looking good. I really like the way you manage to put old tools to work for you and make them last for a great many years. Sure saves on money and allow you to do the projects most other folks pass up because they don't have the NEW TOOLS to do the work with. Always enjoy your videos. Thanks for sharing.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I should actually rename this channel to "Donn's Dungeon", it has a great sound to it. :D Thanks for watching!
Bartłomiej Piekarczyk
Bartłomiej Piekarczyk Aasta tagasi
You have one disadvantages..., Your films are too short XDD, I'm very like watch your films
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Haha! Longer videos will come.
Anthony Medford
Anthony Medford Aasta tagasi
Nice looking good.
Manguy dude
Manguy dude Aasta tagasi
It looks like you're doing good work!
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson Aasta tagasi
Awesome, can't wait to see more!
Frank Deegan
Frank Deegan Aasta tagasi
Replacing load baring supports. That is exactly how it is done.
Tony Petrzelka
Tony Petrzelka Aasta tagasi
Another great video, is the green liquid of preservative
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yes, it's anti-rot treatment.
David Davidson
David Davidson Aasta tagasi
Did Ivanka stop by?
Larry Downes
Larry Downes Aasta tagasi
Beautiful work as always looking good
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers!
Gionata Harwood
Gionata Harwood Aasta tagasi
Great job it was quite tricky too
Carpintaria Rústica
Carpintaria Rústica Aasta tagasi
Hello, great job !!!! What is the name of this green protective product that you use? I am very interested in using it in my works. thank you.
Edgar Burnett
Edgar Burnett Aasta tagasi
Good job!
Gerald Trice
Gerald Trice Aasta tagasi
Enjoy watching how you make it all happen without someone else helping.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Takes longer but is cheaper in labor costs. :D
VintageTexas59
VintageTexas59 Aasta tagasi
Looking good, Yippie !
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Looking sweet Donn, reminds me of those barn conversion houses in those english realestate shows.
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Indeed...
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Essentially what I do is I'm building a man-cave into this old barn which counts as a living space. So this series is kind of a realestate show since I'm rising the value of my property. :D
Hassan Al-Mosawi
Hassan Al-Mosawi Aasta tagasi
Thanks for sharing that
Mike Kolovich
Mike Kolovich Aasta tagasi
comment for cash lol
bikin bikin
bikin bikin Aasta tagasi
First!!! Nice project
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