Turning Blade Guides & Making Blade Tensioning System - Band Sawmill Build #17

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Donn DIY

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This time I'm building the blade tensioning system for the homemade portable band sawmill, turning blade guide rollers from 90 mm round stock in the old 1K62 lathe and fabricating roller shafts with grease canals in'em to make the bearings easily greaseable. Check it out!
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Jake ___
Jake ___ 23 tundi tagasi
Can I come build stuff with you man plz haha
Шифер с гвоздями
Шифер с гвоздями 24 päeva tagasi
Не понял 😲колёса от Ижака!?
Superkalpo 2 місяці tagasi
oispa itelläki tommoset vehkeet niin tekis ihan mitä vaan. olet tosi taitava tekemään asiota, ja hyviä ideoita
Dron 79
Dron 79 2 місяці tagasi
Получить супер.
Citizen's Tech
Citizen's Tech 2 місяці tagasi
What was the HP in that engine?
cali gsw
cali gsw Місяць tagasi
15 hp
Rick Lesperance
Rick Lesperance 3 місяці tagasi
Really enjoyed the video! Very educational, I learned a lot from your build as I have watched many sawmills vides. perfect editing with a clear understanding. also liked the way you put your measurements on the material. had the add this to my favorites. Keep up the great work.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 3 місяці tagasi
Thank you very much!
Rony penhafiel
Rony penhafiel 5 місяців tagasi
Denis Waters
Denis Waters 6 місяців tagasi
Hi Donn fantastic build ,do you have a brake system on your wind up and down chain crank
Perreux Francois
Perreux Francois 7 місяців tagasi
Pemburu Kayu Channel
Pemburu Kayu Channel 7 місяців tagasi
Kreasi keren
Алексей Ерохин
Алексей Ерохин 7 місяців tagasi
Без станка незделать
dasi boyz
dasi boyz 8 місяців tagasi
Plz entet the size of machin parts
David Hanson
David Hanson 9 місяців tagasi
Watched all your build videos on this mill, great work and very well done videos. I am in the process of building a mill and my lathe has no lube. What did you use for cooling/cutting fluid with the brush when turning the wheels?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 9 місяців tagasi
I use special cutting fluid.
Jim Bauer
Jim Bauer 9 місяців tagasi
just buy from cook saw much simpler and hard metal
Scarface 39
Scarface 39 10 місяців tagasi
Nice build!!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 10 місяців tagasi
Александр А
Александр А 10 місяців tagasi
Mac 10 місяців tagasi
Beautiful job love that lathe what size tires are those on the bandsaw are those at the rear from a Honda?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 10 місяців tagasi
Sorry, these spoke wheels in the video are 18" from IZ Jupiter, later I used Yamaha wheels.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 10 місяців tagasi
18" from Yamaha XJ600
sebwr aewb
sebwr aewb 10 місяців tagasi
ده ست خؤشبيت سةركةوتوبيت انشالله
Aldemaro Diaz
Aldemaro Diaz 10 місяців tagasi
a question? When you put the cutting tape on the tires as you do so that it does not come out when it is on and cutting
Viktor Viktorovich
Viktor Viktorovich 11 місяців tagasi
O kurwa
Vander Lucio de Morais Souza
Vander Lucio de Morais Souza 11 місяців tagasi
Fantastico o teu trabalho
Rangel Antonio Barbosa
Rangel Antonio Barbosa Aasta tagasi
Com tanta ferramentas boas o cara vai e faz uma gambiarra dessa😥
Филюз Алибеков
Филюз Алибеков Aasta tagasi
Почему такарка есть а гайки зоватские и также шпильки могбы сам делать лучше😀
eska 1
eska 1 Aasta tagasi
Next makes Wood chipers same woodmaxx
Константин Фирсов
Константин Фирсов Aasta tagasi
Станок времен СССР ))) Точил на таком я! Хороший станок!!!
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair Aasta tagasi
I am glad that you already have built this so I can watch one after the other, I don't know how I would do waiting as you have really impressed me with the knowledge of different tools about. It has been some time since I saw a drill cut like it is supposed to
محمد محرم
محمد محرم Aasta tagasi
Jim Watson
Jim Watson Aasta tagasi
Use A-2 steel and heat treat.
Sigmund Q. Freud
Sigmund Q. Freud Aasta tagasi
I would be dangerous if I had all those toys.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I am too. :D
jason corgna
jason corgna Aasta tagasi
Gretat job . Which blade are you using ? On my sawmill it doesn't cut straight the theet are too small and also thicker.
КупецЪ Aasta tagasi
Привет. Какое давление в шинах?↖️🇷🇺
Roger Padilha
Roger Padilha Aasta tagasi
Fantastic man..... Amazing
Константин Z Пакару
Константин Z Пакару Aasta tagasi
Колёса от Явы или Ижа?
Игорь Балакин
Игорь Балакин 10 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY так я и думал!👍
Donn DIY
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Oт Ижа.
Justin Robert
Justin Robert Aasta tagasi
Subbed, awesome skills
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thank you!
Игорь Дедов
Игорь Дедов Aasta tagasi
Well done,master!!! You sharpen everything with one cutter, no more?
Дмитрий 22 регион
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Ederson simplis
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Ederson simplis
Ederson simplis Aasta tagasi
Pneu peligro
Kike Jr
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Nice start ppe
chava Aasta tagasi
Awesome video👍
Scott Fischer
Scott Fischer Aasta tagasi
Man... I wish I did this when I was younger. Stay away from drugs and alcohol kids and you can do something with your life!!
Abraham Molina
Abraham Molina Aasta tagasi
excelente trabajo gracias por compartir
Rotciv Inoccic
Rotciv Inoccic Aasta tagasi
This is who I want as my neighbor..
kiddiescripterkiller Aasta tagasi
If you have the double adjustment on the one wheel, why didn't you use that as a tensioner? It would work the same as tensioning the chain on a motorcycle. Instead of adding it the middle?
kiddiescripterkiller Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY After watching the rest of the build now I see why... didn't know you were using 2 motors and a jack shaft.
Donn DIY
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Just give it some thought, you'll figure it out why I did what I did.
Дмитрий Чернышов
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Просто класс! Подскажи пожалуйста характеристики (размеры) полотна пильного.
Михаил Тритонов
Михаил Тритонов Aasta tagasi
Он бог мг Flow SwiftKey
نايف سعد
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Игорь Лопатин
Игорь Лопатин Aasta tagasi
Работа на "коленке". Без чертежа по натию... молодец чувак.
КупецЪ Aasta tagasi
Есть у него чертеж
Godfather Aasta tagasi
Need White Wall Tires
Donn DIY
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Hahaa. Yes. Would spice up the look a little. And pin stripes would wrap this thing up nicely. :D
Farma Vrbovac
Farma Vrbovac 2 aastat tagasi
which is the size of the wheels?
Pavlovic Bojan
Pavlovic Bojan 2 aastat tagasi
Jeep 2 aastat tagasi
how come you just didnt drill it while in the lath ...no tail stock ...?
Wiktor Kowalb
Wiktor Kowalb 2 aastat tagasi
when you make a screw- thread it's better to grease it with lard
Nikola Romanos
Nikola Romanos 2 aastat tagasi
I believed it is more cheaper to buy a lumber pro than to assembly a sawmill like this, but anyway you have a shop available to fabricate..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
This mill was cheaper to build than to buy one and it is already earning the money I spent back with the lumber I've already cut with it. ;)
Randy goodspeed
Randy goodspeed 2 aastat tagasi
you know i have been watching u build this and yes i have seen many of builds and i think u should sell them it is a great looking build and it looks like it cuts great when u start i want to be the first in line
Three Rivers Wood Yard
Three Rivers Wood Yard 2 aastat tagasi
Not the safest threading lol but I can't say that I've never done that lmao
Adil khan
Adil khan 2 aastat tagasi
send me visa for this work for god sy
Adil khan
Adil khan 2 aastat tagasi
please i very interest in work pleSe where you from country
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
I'm from Estonia.
George Adjei
George Adjei 2 aastat tagasi
My first time watching you this is great job done keep it up and share more with us
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Cheers man. I hope you check back for future videos too. Thanks for watching!
Carlo Zarlus
Carlo Zarlus 2 aastat tagasi
Good job
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
George McLaughlin
George McLaughlin 2 aastat tagasi
Excellent !!
macgyver15147 2 aastat tagasi
That doesn't look like a death trap at all. XD
macgyver15147 2 aastat tagasi
LOL, No thanks
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Next time you're suspended by a couple of steel cables in a steel box above an abyss on a skyscraper's top floor think about what you said here. ;)
Maximiliano Pavez
Maximiliano Pavez 2 aastat tagasi
Ey yo soy chileno no sabia que ablavas español👍👍👍👍👍
Maximiliano Pavez
Maximiliano Pavez 2 aastat tagasi
Donn DIY que bueno que uses el traductor y yo soy chileno tengo videos
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Hola. Yo no hablo español. Yo uso el traductor de Google. :D
Joseph Böhme
Joseph Böhme 2 aastat tagasi
Tires generally cannot supply enough tension to the blade as a solid steel wheel and the tracking cannot be as 'backed up' it does not have a shoulder flange. Works to a degree of feed and pressure limits
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
To my knowledge no band saw wheels have a shoulder flange on them but correct me if I'm wrong. At least I haven't seen any. There's no need for the shoulder on the band wheels since the guide rollers/slider/bearings will support the cutting force. There's only radial force on the band wheels that occurs when the blade is pulled through the wood. And the pneumatic tires aren't really the best things to use I know, but it's what I have and what I'm using for R&D. I can change them later on.
Planetary Gear
Planetary Gear 2 aastat tagasi
Tervitus! Vaatasin kuidas keeret pingis peale lõikasid ja mul oli seda eestlasele omaselt kahjurõõmus vaadata. Olen ka ise nussinud keermeid selliselt lõigata ja käesoleval kevadel tegin omale siis uue keermelõikuri hoidja - kunagi tehtu varastati mingil ajal ära ja uut ei viitsinud kohe teha. Mul on üks siuke vidin sulle välja pakkuda - ise pead tegema (materjaliks vali natuke parem kui S355; näiteks C45), aga mudelit jagan sulle, sealt saad ka vajalikud mõõdud. Võid teha ka pikema või siis suurema. Olen enam kui kindel, et kasutad SolidWorksi, siis selle kasutamine ei käi sulle üle jõu ja saad vajalikud mõõdud sealt kätte ;) Mul videot keerme lõikamisest ei ole aga ülimalt lihtne on kasutada - tegin just kiire demo tööriistast. Eriti hea on sellega pikki keermeid sirgelt peale lõigata. 3D failid leiad allolevalt lingilt. grabcad.com/library/thread-cutter-holder-for-lathe-1
Donn DIY
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Pole hullu. Ma nii harva lõikan keermeid, et saan sedaviisi hakkama küll. Ei ole viitsinud seda spetsjomm asja veel valmis treida, aga olen kursis, et see eksisteerib. Õigus, kasutan SolidWorksi, see hea ja mugav. Tänud soovituse ja vaatamise eest! Sinu keermelõikur näeb hea välja. ;)
rubbersideup 2 aastat tagasi
not 10min of nothing. you built it in your head ten times and then once right in real life.
Groovey Grubworm
Groovey Grubworm 2 aastat tagasi
That was a huge drill bit, I'd hate to have to buy one that big these days. It would probably be so expensive o.O what size is it?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
The one I used was 41 mm / 1.6 inches. The biggest I have is 50 mm / 1.97 inches.
Charles Crook
Charles Crook 2 aastat tagasi
Been watching my brother, just haven't commented on the last few because Ive been watching on my T.V. Always enjoy your videos, and your "can do" attitude is refreshing amongst a sea of whiners and cry babies here in the states! Btw, do you have a FB page?
Charles Crook
Charles Crook 2 aastat tagasi
uggh.. I had an account but got rid of it because I was bomabarded with "tab junkies"..lol Guess I'll get back on, just to follow you my brother!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
I don't have a FB page but I'm on Instagram: instagram.com/donndiy
Ivan Nekic
Ivan Nekic 2 aastat tagasi
What is the model of this telwin mig welder?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Mastermig 220/2. Works great!
Todd Bearden
Todd Bearden 2 aastat tagasi
Just a suggestion it would have been nice to see you do the tensioning by pulling the Wheel from behind it. But looks good
sbirdranch 2 aastat tagasi
When you mount the guides, it is my understanding that they do no go in horizontal line with the bottom of the wheels. They sit lower than the bottom of the wheels. Not sure why. Check out other saws. Good luck ~P
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Yes, you're right. They sit lower so the blade angle can be adjusted with the rollers so it is level in every way and doesn't start diving or climbing in the wood while cutting. That's what I'm gonna do too.
El Dorado Woodcraft hobbies
El Dorado Woodcraft hobbies 2 aastat tagasi
Awesome 👏🏼
P M 2 aastat tagasi
ใช้น้ำมันหยอดมันทำให้ลื่น แต่จะไม่ลดความร้อนจากดอกสว่านได้เลยอาจทำให้ดอกสว่านไหม้ได้ครับ
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Using oil will not reduce the heat but it will keep the drill bit from burning up from the friction and getting ruined. Thanks for watching! ;)
Todd Bearden
Todd Bearden 2 aastat tagasi
I really enjoy the videos and admire your thought pattern. A mark of Excellence for us backwood guys!!! : D
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Cheers man. I appreciate it. All of us backwood guys have to make stuff ourselves. The phrase "where can I buy it in the store" doesn't apply to us. :D
Todd Bearden
Todd Bearden 2 aastat tagasi
Bicycle Vlogger I don't get it
LIKE PRO 2 aastat tagasi
Todd Bearden ... Tripti mandir
Mxrider2stroke Braaap
Mxrider2stroke Braaap 2 aastat tagasi
Amazing video again!😄
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Thanks buddy. :D
Guust 2 aastat tagasi
Another question, @12:32 you made a boult with grease point. It brings the grease between the barings in the roller. But the grease has nowhere to go, in the end it will push out the barings.....oh wait is that the purpose!? To be able to change the barings? It looked like closed barings, so they don't need grease. If they do, there must be a drilled hole in the roller where the old grease can escape. Can you tell me your thought on this? 👍
Misael Quesada
Misael Quesada 2 aastat tagasi
Sodcomo acer colocho para puerta de metalra Ramos
Sodcomo acer colocho para puerta de metalra Ramos 2 aastat tagasi
Guust .
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
The bearings are closed only from one side, the open side points toward the center of the roller and grease can get in there.
The Sick Horse Ranch
The Sick Horse Ranch 2 aastat tagasi
They're not sealed bearings.
Remon Felix
Remon Felix 2 aastat tagasi
Can someone explain to me how the sawblade is going to stay on the wheels when sawing?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
The guide rollers will take the cutting force and the blade will just keep on rolling on the wheels.
Z71Ranger 2 aastat tagasi
Nice Work...
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Rod Walpole
Rod Walpole 2 aastat tagasi
Be nice to have all your gear??
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
It has been accumulated over the years. It is nothing special but I don't take it for granted either. It is nice and makes the work flow more fluent.
J-Hawks 2 aastat tagasi
awesome, really great work..
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Cheers, thanks for watching! :)
Marion Makarewicz
Marion Makarewicz 2 aastat tagasi
Love the sounds of the shop: Very purposeful and inviting. As always, great content and good editing. It's coming along well. Having the metal lathe really makes a difference for all the shafts and wheels you have to do to get it going.
Donn DIY
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Once you use the lathe you'll never go back making bushings or other round objects on a table grinder or angle grinder. :D
OLD DAWG DREAMING 2 aastat tagasi
Another fine video, it's coming right along. We sure do enjoy watch how you build this band-saw mill. Can't wait till we see it in action but keep up the posts and videos on how you are doing. Thanks again. Going back to my dreaming.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Thanks for cheering me up. I do have thoughts sometimes to leave this project aside for a while since new project ideas have risen and preparations have been made but yous guys motivate me to finish this project. So I too hope to see it in action already. It is definitely not the best mill out there but it will be made according to my needs and hopefully after all of that work it will even cut some lumber. :D
TomsDreamshop Worx
TomsDreamshop Worx 2 aastat tagasi
Good stuff! The blades guides look great. Could the wheel tensioner mount on top so you would not have lost any height?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
It could have been mounted on top but I was afraid it would start pushing the tensioning frame crooked. Right now the tensioning of the blade is in line with the center of the wheel so everything stays nicely lined up. I will probably change it up or at least modify it so I don't have to reach to the center of the mill to tension the blade or release the tension. But all that in the future. :D
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews 2 aastat tagasi
It’s looking Pret-ty good. The motorcycle wheels are looking like a very good choice for the saw. A coworker of mine made a bandsaw and used trailer tires but the rounded profile of a motorcycle tire looks more appropriate plus you already have a drive sprocket and if you wanted you could utilize the brakes on one wheel to stop the blade as well. You will be making lumber in no time. 👍🏻👍🏻
Martin Byrne
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Don’t worry motorcycle wheels are fine and cheep
Donn DIY
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I do have doubts on the motorcycle wheels and their durability, but I will try them out. I also do like the rounded profile of the tire. At first I planned on using car rims but with the small spare donut tires on them that also have that round profile. But motorcycle wheels are what I had so I used'em. As a matter of fact - I was thinking about using the front drum brake on the mill, I have one as a spare in a box in the shelf if I wanted to use it so I don't have to take it away from the bike itself. I hope to make lumber already, can't wait anymore. :D
Lloyd Prunier
Lloyd Prunier 2 aastat tagasi
Why haven't we seen the CAD drawings of this project?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
I only have a CAD drawing of the trailer, but not the saw head. I usually only make a sketch of the working principles and the placement of the movable parts, since all the material that I'm eventually using is gonna differ from the original plan since I'm using what I have and what I can from the scrap steel to take the cost of the build (or any other build) down. But I will probably make a final drawings from this sawmill so other people can build the same sawmill, if it is going to work properly. :)
Darin Bicknell
Darin Bicknell 2 aastat tagasi
I tune in each week waiting for him to steal more parts off his brothers stuff. I also love the cryptic messages left in the steel... 'All we are saying is give "PEALE" a chance.'
Donn DIY
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Hahaa! Yes, more stealing will most probably occur. My brother has made a huge mistake by leaving me unattended in the shop with access to his drawer of goodies. His mistake. :D "Peale" just means "on top" so I will place the parts in the right direction. I always like to put the welds in the tubes on the same side so the whole construction is the same.
Simple Morning Worship
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I like the drilled/greasable bolts. I used some of of those when I rebuilt the shackles on an old land cruiser of mine. Very cool touch
Simple Morning Worship
Simple Morning Worship 2 aastat tagasi
Definitely. It always feels good to look at something and think, “I could have taken the easy road on this and got away with it but I didn’t and I’m proud of it and it will last my life time.” Love this build!
Donn DIY
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I was thinking of slapping the blade guide rollers together just from a couple of bearings without the turned rollers themselves. But I thought this way, with the turned rollers and bearings inside'em with bolts that make the bearings easily greaseable is fancier and more durable, especially when they're pretty much permanently sprayed with water as blade lubricant all the time. It's an eye candy, at least for me. :D
Titan Studios
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Yes another portable sawmill video, my Friday just got better 👍🏻👍🏻!! Thank you for the awesome video and keep up the hard work ,my friend. Anyone else like the video before watching because they know it's going to be a good video ?
Donn DIY
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So you're the one who's hitting that "like" button after one minute of publishing the video even though the video itself is usually more than ten minutes long. I always wondered... :D Thanks for watching!
Vaino Linnus
Vaino Linnus 2 aastat tagasi
Tubli töö ja meeldivalt kokku seatud video, kohe lust vaadata, edu töös!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Suured tänud vaatamast ja kaasaelamast. Tore, et meeldib. Üritan samas vaimus jätkata. Tänud heade soovide eest!
Dave Moore
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Nice work Donn. You may find that those blade guides wear out prematurely. The ones you buy from Wood Mizer are case hardened. How do you plan on sharpening and setting your blades?
Martin Byrne
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Hello I made a set of blade guide out of mild steel ‘ I’ve done a lot of cutting and no wear at all ‘ cost zero
Wallace Everett
Wallace Everett 2 aastat tagasi
Donn; what grade steel did you use for the guides? I used ball bearings for my mill and they get loose after a while; I'm using bar and chain oil mixed with diesel fuel for blade lube, and I think it's washing the bearings out! I'm not sure about turning my own unhardened guides, even though they are less cost than Cooksaw's at 59 dollars each. Any info would be appreciated; and I love your build, great job.
Donn DIY
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Thanks for the insight. I try them out and see how they perform. Maybe I'll just downgrade to just a set of bearings supporting the blade from the top and from behind. But we'll see. I'm planning on building a sharpener. But that's a future project.
Marack Obama
Marack Obama 2 aastat tagasi
Awesome, as usual! Looking forward for the next video :P
นันท์ โมบาย
นันท์ โมบาย 5 місяців tagasi
Donn DIY
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I'm already looking forward to getting it done. It is taking too much time already. :D
Pierre Flamand
Pierre Flamand 2 aastat tagasi
I am following with great interest your band saw mill. I see myself in your project, as you can do a lot with litle. By the way your lathe seems to be a good one, quite heavy it seems. Thanks for posting and catch your next video in a bit!
Dragoș Mateș
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Is it an Romanian lathe??
Donn DIY
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The lathe weighs many tons. We had a lot of difficulties getting it inside the shop years back. But yeah, it's sturdy. Thanks for watching, I appreciate it. :)
thecorbies 2 aastat tagasi
Excellent work. I really enjoy your videos. I have a couple of questions 1. Why didn't you drill the hole in the part at 1:02 on the lathe? 2. Why didn't you part all the way off rather than part way through and then break? Looking like it's going to be a pretty decent machine. Well done. Regards Mark in the UK
Keith Lucas
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Mazak 250MY/450M slant bed. Usually partoff blades like to climb and must be dead center with the piece. Drilling a hole then boring it out would eliminate multiple setups. Our manual lathes have KDK tool change systems to speed up things. Great job working with what you have.
Donn DIY
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Cheers! It's better to drill deep when the work piece is vertical - the hole in it is vertical so the lubricant will lubricate the drill bit better. And it was faster to drill it in the drill press than in the lathe. I didn't part the piece all the way through just because I've wrecked many cut off blades by doing so. In the end of cutting the cut off piece starts to wobble and wedges the blade in the cut groove and snaps the blade. One can always cut wider but I just chose to keep it bigger in the center and just broke it off.
AKA Nathan
AKA Nathan 2 aastat tagasi
My same wonderings. The lathe was the best machine for the task.
ROMO 2 aastat tagasi
Super Video, cool lathe and amazing project! :-)
ROMO 2 aastat tagasi
Wie du willst ;-)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 2 aastat tagasi
Thank you. Or should I say "Danke!". ;)
Helder Lacerda
Helder Lacerda 2 aastat tagasi
Tá ficando bom ein . Já uma desse tipo com motor de moto, funciona muito bem .
Donn DIY
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It's nice to hear that. I hope that the engine will do on this mill, too. Thanks for chiming in and watching the video! :)
Eye Toldyoosso
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Donn DIY
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Yeees, I'm getting tanned already. :D
Rain Coast
Rain Coast 2 aastat tagasi
Your machinist skill is to be commended, considering the equipment utilized.
يارب يارب
يارب يارب 2 aastat tagasi
Very nice
Frank Deegan
Frank Deegan 2 aastat tagasi
Research and Development got to love it.
Johannes Fiftyeight
Johannes Fiftyeight 2 aastat tagasi
Nice lathe work!
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