Motorcycle Garage Floor - Machine Shop Build Ep. 9

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Donn DIY

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Preparing the motorcycle storage floor for concrete pouring, installing insulation and liquid heating tubes, pouring concrete and smoothing it out with a trowel machine.
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POVadventure
POVadventure Місяць tagasi
You would save a lot of time if you used the proper sized brush.
jw200
jw200 3 місяці tagasi
Selge, saime teada, et asud Otepää kandis, betooniauto reetis :) Mägisuusatada ka meeldib?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 3 місяці tagasi
Kunagi sai lumelauatada küll.
Mark
Mark 6 місяців tagasi
Good job on the barn to workshop build. Your grandad and father really taught you how to be a carpenter and now a worker in concrete, and when it's all done a machinist and mechanic. It looks like you have many things you do and do them well. I like your channel.
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss
Steves Leonardoss Mohnss 7 місяців tagasi
👏👏👏👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
marcos araujo
marcos araujo 11 місяців tagasi
Parabéns 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍👍
Byqw Za
Byqw Za Aasta tagasi
ШУМБРАТО ЯЛГАТ , ЛАЙК .
Сергей Симаков
Сергей Симаков Aasta tagasi
You have a lot of solution which one can to take for yourself. Thank you so much.
Kansas Cowboy
Kansas Cowboy Aasta tagasi
Howdy Donn, new subscriber from Kansas, love the old barn. Keep up the craftsmanship and I’ll keep watching 👍🏻
James Gulrich
James Gulrich Aasta tagasi
I made the mistake of not researching the different kinds of PEX piping when I was putting my system together. For flooring, it is recommended using an oxygen barrier type (which is more expensive) and if you don't, you can't have any steel/cast iron in your system or it will rust so fast it will make your head spin. As the rust builds up, your piping becomes damaged from the rust. So my whole system is made with brass, copper and a tiny bit of stainless. Now, I'm sure that I spent a lot more on all the copper and brass than if I had just bought the correct PEX in the first place. Oh well! It's already in the concrete. My building is 24'x48' and I have three loops of 300' pipe in the floor for a total of 900'. It is heated with solar all day long, a generator a couple hours a week using a heat exchanger on the engine cooling, and a rocket stove using wood and at times waste oil. The reservoir tank also has a 3500-watt heating element like a hot water heater does. I can put four different heat sources in the floor all at the same time. I am also using a 50/50 mix of Sierra Blend antifreeze (supposed to be environmentally friendly) and distilled water. Good luck with your system. In the long run, you will love it.
Me and Nature
Me and Nature Aasta tagasi
at tip would be to put plastic around the wood touching concrete. Great video anyways
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup!
Pinnuks Silmas
Pinnuks Silmas Aasta tagasi
Kõva töö! Ise olen paigaldanud põrandakütet traadi kui ka nipukatega. Traadiga ei paneks enam kunagi, ropp töö.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Nipukad paremad jah. Mul polnud ainult kuskilt võtta neid tol hetkel. Aga nüüd tellisin hunniku, masinatöökoja põrandale lähevad kindlasti torud nipukatega. :D
Magnetberg
Magnetberg Aasta tagasi
I'm doing the exact same thing at the moment.But with the fact that my barn /staple is from around 1700/1860/1920 and everything is full of straw and rotten wood. Keep your work up.Someday many people will be very jealous at your workshop. Greetings from Germany 💪
Magnetberg
Magnetberg Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Thank you for the effort to make the videos.Building a workshop is like reparing / tuning a car / machine, if you do it for yourself or it's sheer necessary.Your happiness will be the biggest.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cool, I don't do it to make people jealous and I'm quite surprised if anybody actually is - it is still an old barn where I work in. I do it so I have a warm place to be in through the cold winter time. ;) I wish you the best with your build and thanks for watching!
МФ ЕК
МФ ЕК Aasta tagasi
2:19 what does it look like? ))))
MADE IN PERNAMBUCO
MADE IN PERNAMBUCO Aasta tagasi
what is this green liquid that you pass on the wood?
Pete Fell
Pete Fell Aasta tagasi
Interesting piece of equipment in the corner of the window, I have recently punched one it’s an iron that you would put hot coal or ash in. Have you any idea of the year. Cheers Pete
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
That's right, it is exactly how it works. I plan on holding on to it.
Kristaps Voronovs
Kristaps Voronovs Aasta tagasi
Expensive! For me.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
One time investment. I intend to spend a lot of time in this space, thus the expense.
Peter195267
Peter195267 Aasta tagasi
Its looking good. great progress.
prancstaman
prancstaman Aasta tagasi
Heated concrete floor, so jealous. love the plans.
shortcut
shortcut Aasta tagasi
Betoonimasin oli päris hea valik! Palju sulle sinna kulus?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Mõtled mitu kanti betooni? 1,7 m3 läks, kui ma õigesti mäletan. :D Alguses mõtlesin ise segada, aga ise vist poleks seda ämbriga sinna kohale vedanud.
Rob Lambert
Rob Lambert Aasta tagasi
isnt that a hallway? If so why heat it? Seems to narrow to be anything else.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It is motorcycle storage that is connected to a larger machine shop area, thus the need to heat it.
Fast Bicycle Rider
Fast Bicycle Rider Aasta tagasi
Rob Lambert its a good place to work on bikes heathe
ahti29
ahti29 Aasta tagasi
Eestlane või?😐
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Absoluutselt!
Quinten Dewit
Quinten Dewit Aasta tagasi
You plans are pretty ambitious I love it Love what you do keep it up you will get there
Quinten Dewit
Quinten Dewit Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY you will get there is just not ganne be the straith way but you are ganne save alot of money doing it yourself You will get there
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers man. I know the plans are ambitious but I'm not going to be able to build the garage in the nearest future anyway. Have to finish the machine shop/motorcycle storage first and then work on other projects that have accumulated in heaps already. :D I hope I will get there! Thanks!
Raleigh Sexton
Raleigh Sexton Aasta tagasi
For a film director, you sure work damn hard!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
If you refer to the Workshop Q&A and my answer to what my profession is, then yes. I'm a legit movie editor, but it's within my own one man company. So I have to do everything myself. :D
Juha Erkkila
Juha Erkkila Aasta tagasi
Nice to see You are putting water pipe into the slab! Best option because you can heat it with anything you want... Electricity even with small drinking water boiler. We filled our floor pipe with glykol even its "little" bit illegal but no worries to get it frozen if heating system is off or electricity disappears during winter time... Just don't put too hot water into the pipe not to damage the plastic or even the slab :D
Juha Erkkila
Juha Erkkila Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY We used 50/50 engine coolant... don't know what it exactly is in chemistry vocabulary. In our case heat tank is big 4000 liters so it was cheaper to built separate circuit with heat exchanger to keep floor circuit volume small&separate... If you are planning to built your own stove i guess somekind of small heat reservoir tank would still be handy... Power from stove will be 10-20 kw range and if you directly dump that much heat power to slab you will be cracking the slab and having also troubles wearing your long jones 😉... So more like heating the heat tank with stove and then heating the slab from the heat tank. Since you are a genius you could build somekind of combination of air heatin stove to give fast heat and secondary slab heating coil into stove also... I`m interestes to see what you come up with!!! Cheers!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I have to use something similar (ethylene glycol) to avoid freezing, I will definitely have periods when I don't heat the shop and temperatures can drop below zero. I read about the plastic tubes, the max temp that was allowed to put in there was maybe up to 50 degrees Celsius, so yeah, I have to pay attention to that. :D Thanks for watching!
ethics101
ethics101 Aasta tagasi
I'm doing the same thing in my barn, I'm wondering what you will use to heat the water. I might use a gas fired water heater with a recirculation pump.
Aimar Meliste
Aimar Meliste 10 місяців tagasi
With a heat pump. I have Daikin Altherma 11kW.
Tractors Trucks and Pups
Tractors Trucks and Pups Aasta tagasi
What is the green stuff you applied to the boards? Is it a paint or does it protect the boards from rot or the cement ruining it? But great video
Dan Kolar
Dan Kolar Aasta tagasi
Toys, Tractors, Trucks, and Some Dogs - a guess: Copper arsenate. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper(II)_arsenate. >> Copper arsenate is an insecticide used in agriculture. It is also used as a herbicide, fungicide, and a rodenticide. It is also used as a poison in slug baits.
Tronity Kevin
Tronity Kevin Aasta tagasi
Estonia? Nice
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
:)
Allen W
Allen W Aasta tagasi
To all the TROLLS out there. If you don’t this channel, get off EEpost. Amazing work as usual.
Tractors Trucks and Pups
Tractors Trucks and Pups Aasta tagasi
Yes, always amazing.
Ardo Limberg
Ardo Limberg Aasta tagasi
Omal lahendasin asja nii, et lasin ka peno vahed vahuga kinni, panin kile, siis armatuur 6mm ja kandurid ka alla. Samuti survestasin ka põrandakütte toru 3bariga ära, et kuuma vee paisumisega toru ei hakkaks betooni paisutama- pärast mõrad betoonil sees. Saan aru, et panid toru päris suurte vahedega, hoidmaks ära toru meetrikulu ?
Ardo Limberg
Ardo Limberg Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Projekt on suur ja küll jõuab seda tarkust koguda. Kardan, et kui sa kile ei pane edaspidi, siis see betooni "vesi" imbub läbi nende peno vahede ära ja betoon jääb kuivades kuivaks ja jällegi võib pragunemine toimuda.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Ma ei hakanud kilega seekord mässama. Ja seda toru panekut uurisin Uponori paigaldusjuhendist - seal soovitati 20x2 mm torul 300mm sammu ja 50-90 m ühe kütteringi kohta (suures ruumis 100-160), 17x2 mm 200mm samm ja 30-80 m üks kütteliin. Nii saigi enam-vähem juhendi järgi. Väiksema sammuga pannes oleks pidanud päris suure jõuga seda toru seal 180 kraadi keerama, et kütteringiga tagasi tulla. Selle survestamise asja peale nagu ei mõelnudki. Eks ole näha. Kui praguneb, siis praguneb. :/
DavRos
DavRos Aasta tagasi
May I recommend a patterned carpet..........................
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yes. I'm thinking of industrial carpet for my bikes, seriously. The one that has rubber on the underside so when the bikes drip liquids they don't ruin the floor. :D
Rafał Sobek
Rafał Sobek Aasta tagasi
Nice work!
андрей силач
андрей силач Aasta tagasi
Ваз 2101. Е моя.на ходу?
G Duncan
G Duncan Aasta tagasi
Great job Donn,, are you going to use a woodstove to heat the floor? Best regards
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I'm planning on it. But I haven't figured out what exactly do I need to make it happen. Would probably be a great video material too this project.
Ильнур Калин
Ильнур Калин Aasta tagasi
9:16. Really?? VAZ2101??? From where???
Asder Trender
Asder Trender Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY А до периода СССР разве Эстония была независима? Нет, была в составе Российской империи. Может после РИ стала независима? Нет. Была под немцами. А вообще была независима? Ну хоть когда-нибудь? Нет. Но СССР оккупант :) Сейчас-то как? Жизнь наладилась-то?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
From Russia probably. Estonia was occupied by Russia and part of the USSR back in the day as you know.
Northwestprepper411
Northwestprepper411 Aasta tagasi
Very nice, looks good.
greggy weggy
greggy weggy Aasta tagasi
Just wait for the "carbon monoxide will kill you" comments. Excellent job as usual, I'd love a garage hoist too, but now I could afford one, my age and arthritis would stop me getting any benefit from one. I find your video's and projects really interesting, I love the fact that your timber is grown and cut and milled on site, you should be Very proud of yourself.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
You're the first to mention the CO. :D I did crack the doors open and got the fire going in the stove. It made the air circulate quite well. And I'm still alive so... Maybe shortened my lifespan a little though.
nick d
nick d Aasta tagasi
Great job on the heated floor. Donn I've been watching your videos for about a year and a half. I read a lot of the comments, and can't get over all the damn idiots that tell you that your doing something wrong or its better to do something another way. I personally think it's your money so do it how you think is best for you! All others can kiss your ass!
the chevy dude
the chevy dude Aasta tagasi
Looking good so far
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers!
RC PATAPOUF
RC PATAPOUF Aasta tagasi
Very pleasant to watch
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cool!
Nick W
Nick W Aasta tagasi
GREAT JOB!!! You wuld hawe realy nice working space!!! :D
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers. I'm planning on it yeah!
OLD DAWG DREAMING
OLD DAWG DREAMING Aasta tagasi
Hey Donn, looking good there 👍. You’re going to like the heating system. You will get spoiled the first winter you can have the heat going on in your working areas. The car lift will be a big help for you also. Keep up the great work and videos, thanks for sharing with us.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I hope I will enjoy it, it'll probably take quite some time before I can hook it up to the heat source though.
Mat Helm
Mat Helm Aasta tagasi
At 5:58, the way to cut those ties is to first wined them around a piece of cardboard or some such, who's width is the length you need, then pull out the cardboard and make one cut on each end..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, you're right.
DIY diacsn - Farmstead
DIY diacsn - Farmstead Aasta tagasi
How long did the Concrete dry before you scraped it with that rotary machine thingy?
DIY diacsn - Farmstead
DIY diacsn - Farmstead Aasta tagasi
Exactly! :D My Barn looks partly similar to yours, and i poured a new Slab there for our new Oil-heater. I didnt do this Surface-Finnish thing and i dont like it thaaat much....maybe next Time...would you show a detail shot of the Floor in your next Video? :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
About 8 hours, then I could already stand on it. I'm a total beginner on this thing and I guess it's better to go and work on other people floors before you work on your own. :D Get cheap schooling that way. :D
Ricky's diecast models
Ricky's diecast models Aasta tagasi
Good job .like you vid
dcrypter87
dcrypter87 Aasta tagasi
good job on the pour! =)
inge görhan
inge görhan Aasta tagasi
Overkill.haha
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
Floor looks good Donn, your car hoist in the plan looked a little large, i would get a smaller one lol, a mate just put one in his shed, he's got friends he never knew he even had now.....would a diesel heater help in there ? we had one in a workshop, come out of a chicken shed.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yes, now that I look at the drawings the lift looks huge. :D I will use the wood stove I already have for heating. When I finally change the windows this shop will get pretty airtight and much warmer than it already is. If you mean for drying out the concrete then no worries - we don't get below zero degrees anymore this time of the year so the concrete can cure properly.
nick d
nick d Aasta tagasi
@CurlyG65 I wasn't trying to be an ass. I really thought you where serious. No harm no foul.
CurlyG65
CurlyG65 Aasta tagasi
@nick d i know about lifts dude was just having a joke about the scale of his blueprint....
nick d
nick d Aasta tagasi
CurlyG65, I think Donn is going to do heavy work like pull a transmission or motor work. For that kind of work its best to have a two or four post lift. They do have a large footprint, but you can do almost any type of repair or work on a car and wont be working around the lift itself. Google Rotary Lifts and you will see what I'm trying to explain.
larsmark
larsmark Aasta tagasi
No concrete between rebar and foam? Or was the rebar only to hold the tubes? I like watching your videos.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I did put the raisers between the rebar and foam, no worries.
DIY diacsn - Farmstead
DIY diacsn - Farmstead Aasta tagasi
yep, +1
Vitor Madeira
Vitor Madeira Aasta tagasi
Yeah, same question here.
neiallswheel
neiallswheel Aasta tagasi
You made it look easy Donn, lovely job amigo
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Nope, it wasn't easy at all. And it didn't come out as smooth as I hoped it would, but it's okay. I recommend timing the pour so you can smooth it out in the daylight so you can see better. :D
Allan S80
Allan S80 Aasta tagasi
Looking good, hej from Denmark
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Greetings from Estonia!
Brute Better
Brute Better Aasta tagasi
Nice job, looks great! 😎
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers!
fadime tekin
fadime tekin Aasta tagasi
Güzel iş.. ama alan çok dar gözüküyor umarım yaptığın işçiliğe değer.
ourguns
ourguns Aasta tagasi
Красавчик че :)
Andrea Silvi
Andrea Silvi Aasta tagasi
Donn... Beautiful job. I'm very curious to see what you will do there. See you ;)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
This part of the floor I poured is just for motorcycles. The machine shop area still needs a proper cleanup and the old rugged uneven concrete floor needs demolition before I can pour a heated slab in there. I will start working on it next week. There's a ton of boring cleaning... :D
Finnish Steel
Finnish Steel Aasta tagasi
nice:)))))))
Rick Haver
Rick Haver Aasta tagasi
Well, I’m confused but will hold on till I see final results. The added garage is a great plan. Seems like your kind of cramped for space in your actual work shop, but who isn’t? I guess you know what you need. Really enjoying the build.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The workshop/machine shop in relation to the whole "old barn" and "garage" drawing was out of scale, it is quite a bit bigger than pictured. :D It was a free hand(mouse) drawing. :D But if you consider the dimensions of the actual working area (4,4 x 5,4 meters) it is perfect for fixing bikes, rebuilding engines, turning and milling parts etc. I can even work on the ATV in there which is enough.
VintageTexas59
VintageTexas59 Aasta tagasi
Quality work looking great !
VintageTexas59
VintageTexas59 Aasta tagasi
You did very good, not easy work.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It was my first pour ever. The result could be definitely better. But it's already better than any other concrete floor in this house as is since no one has ever used the trowel machine before to smooth out the level marks.
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson Aasta tagasi
Looking good. Soon you'll have an awesome shop!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Let's hope so! ;)
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