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Comparing Gauge blocks sets, Cheap vs expansive Jo-blocks
 
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I will compare 2 sets of 81 pieces gauge block ( Jo-Blocks ), one is a Webber brand distributed by Starrett to another one distributed by Fowler, we'll discover that for the use in a small shop or for home use they will both do the work. Companies like Starrett, Mitutoyo, will sell some of the highest quality sets to supply laboratory grade blocks for the highest precision. Companies like Shars, accusize, and a few more companies are selling affordable sets. Since I was unable to tell a real difference, even if in reality the difference does exist, it's beyond the ability of a small shop to measure those tiny variances. In conclusion, for use in a home shop or a small shop you can get cheaper set and get the job done... If you do research, avionics, military, etc that requires certified metrology tools, then you need to get the high end and have it certified on a regular basis, this is another ball game... Thanks for viewing and I hope you enjoyed, please subscribe, comment and like.... Thanks to all for the interest with now being a little over 3000 subscribers, Pierre Beaudry
Views: 23331 Pierre's Garage
Machinists never make mistakes, only invisible repairs...
 
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In this video since machinists never make mistakes, I'll show you one quick method to save the reputation... lol How to plug a hole with an invisible repair that won't affect the performance of the part. Also doing a brushed finish on the part. This is used in circumstances where you don't need to X-ray certify the parts or where high-pressure air or liquids will be used, this type of fix is generally used in places where it's gonna be a cosmetic repair. Keith Fenner YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmxnPem-pPfJQATIkfgY2Q Web site: http://turnwrightmachineworks.com/ This hammer is a project from: Philippe Desjardins YouTube Channel: Phil's Projects Robert Corriveau (No YouTube channel) And myself on this channel Hope you enjoy and please subscribe, like and comment. Thanks for watching... Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 25115 Pierre's Garage
Easy drilling HARDENED STEEL, bastard file, etc... With big sparks using cheap carbide drills
 
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I'm looking into an easy and cheap way to drill holes into files, hardened steel or anything, using very inexpensive and widely available carbide drills, high speed drilling is required to achieve the operation as the carbide melts the steel around the bore and removes it. The operation creates lots of big sparks and care must me taken in order to avoid setting the shop in fire... The cheap drills were purchased as a regular stock item at Harbor Freight for about $10 for a set of 6 assorted bits
Views: 16843 Pierre's Garage
Testing some $1.50 USD CNMG 432 inserts and a holder from Banggood, surprising results...!!!
 
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In this video, I'm testing some $1.50 USD carbide inserts that were supplied by a gentleman representing Banggood, an Asian web based trading company. I got to chose the tools and make an evaluation of the products, also evaluated in this video the appropriate holder to use the 100 degrees angles on the CNMG inserts, with this holder you get to use an extra four edges on the inserts... My opinion about the inserts is that for general use in the shop those inserts represent an excellent value as for price vs quality, I wouldn't recommend them in more specialized or extremely demanding machining situation. Bottom line: For most amateurs and hobbyist those are the only inserts you'll need to buy, for serious machinists it's a great all to go general purpose insert, for specialized needs or alloys you may want to get the appropriate insert in order to maximize your work. ===================================== Special offers on other CNC parts with 15%off coupon inside: https://goo.gl/bBFBu4 ===================================== References to Banggood web trading site... You can get all the details to order the tools tested in this video by following the links below... Inserts for tool holder: https://goo.gl/ovx4UN Tool Holder: https://goo.gl/wVPwWV ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you see coupons available don't forget to use them......!!!! ======================================== Thank you for viewing... Hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment, like and subscribe Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 47052 Pierre's Garage
Find CENTER and RADIUS of an ARC on a circle
 
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Finding center and the radius on a partial arc isn’t something obvious for all of us, here is a very simple way to get there, no need for sophisticated calculations, SIMPLE tools: paper, fine lead pencil, compass and a measuring device…. Making a few intersecting lines we’ll see how easy it is, in this case I needed to get this done for installing a piece of a tilting Wilton 3 axis vise on a rotary table to perform some necessary repair. Hope this helps some of you that may need to perform the task, one more trick in the toolbox, if you get more tricks or comments, just let me know… !!!! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you want to visit Joe, here is a link to his channel and just let him know I sent you... Sierra Specialty Auto, YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeVZN5D1s8O1uXkO1dw68mA/featured -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/feature Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Since those videos are requiring lots of time and efforts a Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 2334 Pierre's Garage
Pushing Randy Richard's dovetail cutter, made from a Sikorsky landing gear bolt
 
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In this short episode, we're pushing tool and machine to the limit... This is done using Randy Richard's dovetail cutter made from a bolt used on a Sikorsky helicopter landing gear. As these bolts can only be installed once, Randy machined a very fine dovetail cutter from one that's been removed from service. The cutter tested here is the no:4 of a series, and these ones are made from the landing gear bolts... If you ever need a great tool, you can contact Randy at this address: [email protected] CAUTION: NEVER TRY SOMETHING LIKE THIS WITHOUT PROPER KNOWLEDGE OF MACHINING Thanks for watching, and feel free to like, comment and also subscribe for more videos about machining and metal working...
Views: 8141 Pierre's Garage
Easy DOVETAILS... How to make and measure for tool holders on lathes, the Dorian or Aloris type...
 
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Easy how to measure and make dovetails for quick change block tool holders or tool post on lathes, like CXA, BXA, AXA… Those are the style used on Aloris or Dorian brand tool holders with the V style groove. In this class, I’ll be measuring a CA size set. ll the calculation to start from a tool post without any blocks. With the proper method, you’ll be able to make the blocks without lots of trial and errors, you will be also able to achieve the proper tolerances, just by understanding how to measure and control your work… This is more a classroom type video and destined to help you understand some principle, even a CAD user will benefit from understanding the rules that leads to better know how My Friend Philippe YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects Thanks for viewing… Hope you enjoyed and please think of leaving a comment, like and also subscribe, this is a great way to show your appreciation to the work involved in producing all those videos… Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 40317 Pierre's Garage
Looking for stolen ingots from our forge on Sept 11, 2017
 
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On Sunday Sept. 10, 2017. 5 aluminum ingots were stolen from our forge... The scrap value of those isn't much more than $50, but, those were carefully made by the team and destined to accomplish some projects in the near future. I’m very shocked to see that people that I will call “Rotten Apples” would get that low as to steal something that required a few days work, and, scrap it for a lousy $50 or so. This is a sad reality of times, most people will have some respect for themselves and other around them, as opposed to a minority that will get to the lowest extremes in order to fulfill their dark desires or low grade addictions, those people are the best example of self-disrespect… If anyone knows something or the where about of those ingots please help us to get them back to us… Thanks for listening… Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 3692 Pierre's Garage
Slitting saw how to set-up and use. Single pass, deal...!!!
 
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In this video, we’ll se how to install and use slitting saws on a milling machine, there are a few important factors to consider before successfully use a slitting saw. Precision works requires some considerations to a couple of factors, here, wobble, concentricity, cleanness. Good practice with those slitting saws is to make one single cut to accomplish the work.Plus a few tricks of the trade to help you make better and more precise work in your shop, basement or garage. Hope this helps… If you know something interesting, please just share… Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 6578 Pierre's Garage
How it works... Rockwell hardness tester from Wilson
 
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This video is about using a Rockwell hardness tester, and, showing the main components... With the help of Robert and Philippe I'll give a description of the main components and also test some pieces of steel to demonstrate the functioning of the tester... Hope you'll enjoy, please if you like let me know by thumbs up, comments and subscribe This is a 3 JR Wilson Rockwell tester. Philippe's YouTube channel: phil's projects Thanks for your support, Pierre
Views: 36422 Pierre's Garage
Optimized machining… Ultra fast threading, FAST accurate machining, etc  CNMG 432 from Banggood
 
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In this video I’ll be demonstrating how to optimize, material removal rate, FAST threading, fast accurate machining with NO sneaking in, chip control, minimize tool changes, minimize setups, etc…. The steel allow used in this video is 4340 heat treated steel, Rockwell reading is around 33 on the C scale, this is pretty demanding machining, form the part of the tooling and the machine itself. Everything you want to optimize when making multiple parts and those techniques can also be used when making single parts, you want to cut down on your machining time, I think you could enjoy some of tricks of the trade, I agree that there are many ways to achieve the expected results, this is my approach in this situation, if you know something better, please let me know how you would get it done, chances are that I’ll also be learning something… 😉 What’s in Your Box contest is hosted by my good friend Keith Fenner in order to encourage young and not so young ones to embrace a serious interest in the machining trade, it’s open worldwide to anyone that feels he or she wants to seriously get involved in machining… For more details about all of this here is the reference to Keith’s channel and web site: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.youtube.com/user/KEF791/featured http://turnwrightmachineworks.com/whats-in-your-box-the-giveaway-project/ My friend Philippe has his YouTube Channel: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured ====================================================== References to Banggood web trading site... ====================================================== You can get all the details to order the tools mentionned in this video by following the links below... Drillpro 10pcs CNMG120408-MA US735 Carbide Inserts Turning Tool Holder Inserts https://goo.gl/ovx4UN ====================================================== At the present time there is a 15% promotiion, just take advantage of it here: Special offers on other CNC parts with 15%off coupon inside: https://goo.gl/bBFBu4 ====================================================== Thank you for viewing... Hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment, like and subscribe Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 14530 Pierre's Garage
Wilton 3 axis vise, smashed and repair using "Cold method" Part-2
 
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A Wilton vise smashed... After gettting help to carry my new purchassed Wilton 3 axis vise, the vise ended landing abruptly on the concrete floor, breaking one of the sliding arch, bummer... After thinking along many scenarios on how to fix this, I came to the conclusion of a Cold Type repair was gonna be the solution to help keep the cosmetics in good shape and that it will be solid enough to go back to work as nothing happenned... In this Part-2, I'll be preparing the Wilton vise itself making it ready to receive the replacement piece of cast iron that will be machined in the last part. I'm using epoxy and to improve the retaining force there is a key machined in the vise, provision for hardware add-ons are also machined... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ===================================================== Special thanks to the Miller Stephenson Company for their support and supplying the Free Sample, if you need adhesives or special industrial coating products be sure to inquire on their products.... https://miller-stephenson.com/ ===================================================== Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/feature Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Since those videos are requiring lots of time and efforts a Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 4622 Pierre's Garage
Save you lathe, do wiper maintenance... Prevent wear on your ways.
 
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In this video, I’ll do some maintenance on my lathe, the wipers protecting the space between the ways and the carriage are dried out and don’t prevent grit and debris from going under the carriage. This creates a undesirable situation where the lathe will deteriorate by slowly grinding down the ways and damaging the carriage itself. Todays repair even if it’s meant to last quite a while is a temporary one, the simplest solution is to order some new wipers from the distributor. Another solution would be to eventually make some support plates to keep the leather, felt or just any appropriate material in proper working order and keep the ways clean from debris that could enter under the carriage… If you ever own a lathe that doesn’t have any of this type of protection it’s time of getting inspired of this and think if you could ever make yourself a system that could protect your lathe and help it last longer… Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… A thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 7459 Pierre's Garage
WIYB Shop made Knurling Tool for Keith Fenner's What's In Your Box toolmakers Collaboration P-1
 
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In this video, we present the project and the team... Also the start of machining the part, we first start with the screw that will serve to apply pressure on the arms that hold the knurling wheels. There will be a few parts about producing this tool. Planing, machining, heat treatment, etc.... Also don't forget to go have a look at the channel of the other machinists involved in the project, they will also machine other parts needed to complete the project. Colin Chippett, his Channel: CompEdgeX https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXihmKjXgnuVatgepDzydbw Philippe Desjardins, His Channel: Phil's Projects https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8gtJhyKdryTd2NBTHyzynQ Keith Fenner, his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmxnPem-pPfJQATIkfgY2Q Brad Jacobs, his channel: BasementShopGuy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuFJaKZoZDKB-aC7o8Zk-dg Thanks for viewing, hope you enjoyed.... Feel free to like, comment and mostly subscribe.... Pierre Beaudry
Views: 7882 Pierre's Garage
Telescopic gauges, how it's made and how they're used + comparing 3 brands
 
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This video will show how a telescopic gauge ( also called snap gauge, or telescoping gauge ) is made and also how to use it in order to get precise measures of inside bores, I'll use a Mitutoyo, Asimeto, Oldak, Starrett... Since telescope gauges are indirect measuring tools, I'll show how to transfer the reading accurately to a micrometer. Also recommendations on what quality to purchase and what to expect for the price as quality is concerned. The comparisons will show some differences due to price. To see how I measured the reference ring used for the demo I invite you to watch this video: https://youtu.be/8TQIel21omc Thank you for watching... !!! Hope you enjoy, please subscribe, like and comment... Pierre Beaudry
Views: 9722 Pierre's Garage
Aggressive and furious HORNETS / WASPS attacking my cell phone
 
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Got stung by at least 8 aggressive hornets / wasps (guêpes, frelons), so before destroying the nest, I decide to try a few experiments. They get furious at my cell phone after I shake the nest pretty hard. Had to cover very well even after at least an hour to recover the phone, they were still very aggressive and attacked me, goodness I was well protected. Enjoy, better than me when they got me the first time, had to take Benadryl for a couple of days to reduce swelling and itching. Could not machine while on medication cause that caused sleepiness. Thank you for watching. Please, comment, like and think f subscribing...
Views: 42969 Pierre's Garage
For Lathe or Mini-Lathe: Testing lower priced 7 Pieces , Carbide Tool CCMT, DCMT, Holders
 
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This is a review of Tool Holders from Banggood (an Asian trading site like Amazon, AliExpress, etc,) using current types of carbide inserts, DCMT, CCMT,CCGX, 16 ER A60, 11 IR A60, MGMN200. This is a set of 7 12 x 12 millimetres holders, 3 for external turning, 1 for parting, 1 for internal threading, 1 for external threading and one for internal boring. The set comes with 1 insert for each bar. The good news is that the replacement inserts are Really affordable as prices starts at about $5 per box of ten up to something like $16 for the bigger ones… The testing was performed at my Friend’s workshop since he owns a mini-lathe capable of showing what can be achieved in real work conditions on smaller lathes. People with just about any Mini-lathe or up to an Atlas or South-Bend or similar machines will benefit from this complete set of tooling. The availability of low price carbide inserts makes possible to people that may have problem with sharpening High Speed Tooling, the inserts solution provides a simple way to get up and running very fast without the worry of grinding usual HSS tools. After performing the test, my impression of this set is very positive, the price versus quality is rather an unexpected positive surprise, we were able to achieve a good level of performance and quality work on different materials like Aluminium, Cold Rolled Steel, Hot Rolled Steel, and, even some very tough Allow containing some Tungsten as an alloying element. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Make sure you check for the latest promotions, Banggood will have all sorts of great extra discounts at different occacions along the year... ====================================================== Here are the links to reach the tools demonstrated in the video ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * 7pcs 12mm Shank Lathe Boring Bar Turning Tool Holder Set With Carbide Inserts https://goo.gl/fAeTxx * Drillpro 10pcs DCMT070204 YBC251 Carbide Insert for SDNCN1010H07/SDNCN1212H07 Turning Tool Holder https://goo.gl/ru1V9g * Machifit 10pcs CCMT060204-HM YBC251 Carbide Insert Titanium Coated Carbide Cutter https://goo.gl/xJh4Ff * 10pcs 16ER AG60 Carbide Threading Inserts Turning Tool https://goo.gl/55EPku * Drillpro 10pcs MGMN200-G 2mm Carbide Inserts for MGEHR/MGIVR Grooving Cut-Off Tool https://goo.gl/NaLNiA * Drillpro 10pcs 11IR A60 Carbide Insert Internal Threading Insert For Turning Tool Holder Boring Bar https://goo.gl/sud2x8 ====================================================== My Friend Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects Thanks for viewing… Hope you enjoyed and please think of leaving a comment, like and also subscribe, this is a great way to show your appreciation to the work involved in producing all those videos… Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 19660 Pierre's Garage
Very cheap unique wavelength light for using with Optical Flats... Using a 532nm. 50mw LED laser
 
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In this video, I’ll be showing as a proof of concept how to make a real cheap, but, quite reliable light source using a 50 mw. LED pointer with a fixed wavelength in order to use with Optical Flats. A Xenon or any laboratory type fixed wavelength is quite out of reach for any hobbyist or small shop owner, this option of using a LED with a known wavelength isn’t pretending to be as precise as a multi thousand of dollars instrument, but, will allow for reasonably accurate measurements in non-critical situations. The fixed wavelength allows the Optical Flats to create a pattern by reflection and diffraction on a polished surface, the goal is to measure the flatness of that surface, and, knowing the wavelength we’re being able to quantify the amount of irregularity if there is any. ============================================================================== DISCLAIMER: All the tools referenced in this video were paid for by me, none were given or discounted more than any other regular purchaser… ============================================================================== Here are the links to reach the tools demonstrated in the video Be sure to look out for discount coupons or any special offer at different time of the year… GOPHERT CPS-3205 0-32V 0-5A Portable Adjustable DC Power Supply 110V/220V CPS-3205II U https://goo.gl/fwhz4S 532nm 50mW Thick Beam Green Laser Module Projector For Bar Stage Exhibition Stand Lighting https://goo.gl/gWwfaz -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More event links. 15% off Home Hardware & Gadgets -- https://goo.gl/7am9x1 (coupon: a3c4a7) 15% off DIY Good Helper -- https://goo.gl/PPtBGc (coupon: Fasteners) ========================================================================= Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 5843 Pierre's Garage
Lathe Taper attachment details, how it's made, functional details... and more!
 
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How it's made, a type of taper attachment that doesn't require to disassemble the driving nut from the cross slide of the lathe when needing to make tapers. Since my good friend Philippe and I needed to perform some maintenance on the lathe, in order to fix a few irregularities when turning and since the mechanical parts were exposed, we decided to show in details the way it works. There aren't many videos available showing details of that type of attachment, we hope that this will shed some light on the functionnal principles. If you liked the video please share as other people are possibly curious about this type of tooling... ;) Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… A thumbs up, a comment and even better, a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry wledpierr[email protected]
Views: 4942 Pierre's Garage
Liquid cooled TIG torch, changing the coolant in the pump cooling unit, here CoolMate from Miller
 
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If you use a TIG torch that is liquid cooled, ADVISE NOT TO USE WATER, you need to regularly change the liquid coolant in order to avoid degradation that will eventually result in oxidation or scaling in the cooling unit, this will cause irreparable damages. There are two types of coolant, one that is formulated to resist high frequency usage in lots of welders that has high frequency start or high frequency in order to keep the arc when welding aluminium in the AC mode, second mode is where aluminium is in the path of the coolant, like liquid cooled Push-Pull guns in MIG machines. The change needs to be made about every year or so in lighter conditions it’s possible but not recommended to stretch a little… Every machine and model is different but the principle stays the same, with an inlet for coolant, a pump, a filter, a retention tank, etc… The procedure demonstrated here is applicable to many other products… My Friend Philippe YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects Here the machine is a Miller Dynasty 350, this machine I’ve had for at least more than 12 years, never had any issues with it… 😉 The cooling unit is a CoolMate 3.5 also from MillerWelds Thanks for viewing… Hope you enjoyed and please think of leaving a comment, like and also subscribe, this is a great way to show your appreciation to the work involved in producing all those videos… Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 3148 Pierre's Garage
Catching up on a thread that was dismounted from the chuck
 
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In this episode, I'll show how to get back on your feet after you lost the thread on a single point threading operation, for any valid reason or excuse... Hope you enjoy, for any questions, just leave it in the comments, and, I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for watching and feel free to like, comment and please subscribe for more content...
Views: 22487 Pierre's Garage
Very precise measure using a DRO and comparing for precision
 
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Using a DRO on a milling machine or a lathe to get very precise measures and comparing accuracy by cross-checking with other methods, like gauge blocks, micrometer, depth micrometer. The precision will depend on the resolution of the scales used in the DRO system. This method is usable in all axis, the advantage is accuracy and it may avoid you to have to dismount the part in order to measure in the case it gets impossible to use an instrument due to the placement or the shape of the part. Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed. Likes and constructive comments are encouraged Think of subscribing in order to encourage more videos in the future...!!!
Views: 7137 Pierre's Garage
Testing some M35 COBALT drill bits from Banggood...  Excellent, High quality product...!!!
 
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In this video, I'll be testing some M35 Cobalt drill bits I ordered from Banggood an Asian Trade company in the same fashion as Amazon or Aliexpress. I'm testing the drill bits to their limits against more popular and cheaper drills. The prices for those drill bits is really good and the overall quality of the product is surprisingly good no regard to the price. I will test the Banggood drills against some popular products available in Canada ( Canadian Tire ) and in the USA ( Harbor Freight ), to my surprise the Banggood M35 Cobalt drill bits will perform very good in increasingly harder test materials up to at least 47 Rockwell on the C scale. Those drill bits would make an excellent everyday set that will drill into just about everything and last a long time. Just make a note that their 135 degrees grind make them perform better in harder materials, if you need to cut mostly in softer alloys or aluminum you could regrind the tips at 118 deg. My opinion of those drill bits is that it will perform very nicely with everyday operations in hard alloys steels and can easily be reground if needed. References to Banggood web trading site... =================================== You can get all the details to order the tools tested in this video by following the links below... Set of 15 Metric M35 COBALT drill bit set: https://goo.gl/VvAiy2 -------------------------------------------------------------------- If there are coupons available...!!! Use them...!!!! I am glad to tell you that from 7th to 9th Sep. there is an anniversary big sale going on for banggood I hope you can announce the preferential offer on your fb or ig. 24hrs electronic blitz sale: https://goo.gl/1LoUJL limited offer RC products: https://goo.gl/EJQ1SB buy 3C products with discount: https://goo.gl/YDx3jW 10%off coupon for Electronics products: 11annvele10% 10%off coupon for 3C products: 11annv3c10% 10%off coupon for computer& networking products: 11annvcom10% =================================== Thank you for viewing... Hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment, like and subscribe Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 18831 Pierre's Garage
Mrpete222 Meet & Greet, 2018
 
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Mrpete decided to open the door of his house and workshop to other YouTube Creators and his viewers. He expected maybe 20 to 30 people to show up, final count was more like around 250 persons responded to his invitation. This tells how much he’s appreciated among the community of machinists, he inspired most of us to get working at projects and share our experiences. Thank you Mr. Peterson for your dedication and making this world a better one. We all love you and what you do… Links to other Creator’s YouTube Channels: (Hope I didn’t forget someone or made mistakes… If so, just let me know…) Mrpete222: https://www.youtube.com/user/mrpete222/featured Randy Richard: https://www.youtube.com/user/Catfish6945/featured?pbjreload=10 Brian Block: https://www.youtube.com/user/bcbloc02/featured Harold Waters: https://www.youtube.com/user/hswaters1/featured Steve Barton: Solid Rock Machine Shop Inc. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKPqKYF73sJbFUSzo5dQxtQ/featured Dennis Noland: https://www.youtube.com/user/cuttingtooldesigner/featured Dan Dobbs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLDTi_kYvrsNFmqquACBKQQ/featured Welcome to the Machineshop : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSIp8vdf_x0TVAmhSAE0DQQ/featured Randy Coe : Diggerop https://www.youtube.com/user/infoanorexic/featured Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Video series on how the hammer was made: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJG89U2_Pyi8sA6S6AJn3ErCIR1cb-OD Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 2577 Pierre's Garage
Wilton 3 axis vise, smashed and repair using "Cold method" Part-4
 
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A Wilton vise smashed... After gettting help to carry my new purchassed Wilton 3 axis vise, the vise ended landing abruptly on the concrete floor, breaking one of the sliding arch, bummer... After thinking along many scenarios on how to fix this, I came to the conclusion of a Cold Type repair was gonna be the solution to help keep the cosmetics in good shape and that it will be solid enough to go back to work as nothing happenned... In this Part-4, It's time to bring the cosmetic shape as close as possible to the original one... I'll be using some standard carbide insert tooling, one with a 45 degrees angle, the other one with a rounded shape that matches very closely the original radius onthe vise. There is also gonna be need for some manual finishing, I'll use some files, and it was also decided to get some filler putty and some color match paint, the putty and paint are only gona be presented in the next final episode... Lots of stuff to see and watch for details... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find CENTER and RADIUS of an ARC on a circle https://youtu.be/CfXvNiOSguE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/feature Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Since those videos are requiring lots of time and efforts a Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 3003 Pierre's Garage
Carbide with mirror finish using diamond compound, less than $30 from Banggood
 
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In this video I need to adapt metal working carbide inserts to another application, With a diamond resin bond wheel I’ll modify the surface and finally, using THK diamond polishing compound ranging from 40 microns down to 0.25 microns, in 13 steps sold in 2 sets. Using some aluminum plates as substrate to allow the grit to embedd itself in I’ll bring the surface finish of the carbide inserts to a mirror finish. This isn’t meant to be a laboratory results with perfect parameters as the work is done in a small machine shop located in my garage, for the intended use, the results are excellent, the price of the kits is way less than $20USD making it affordable for limited quantities and small budget. In short, the product is doing what it’s supposed to do for a great price, better and more controlled product exist, but, the cost is very much higher. ==================================================== References to Banggood web trading site... You can get all the details to order the tools tested in this video by following the links below... Note: According to dates, sales or promotions the price may vary, but, the prices will stay more than reasonable in any circumstances… 7pcs 5g Diamond Polishing Paste Lapping Compound Mold Polishing Tool https://goo.gl/aSfnTK 7pcs Diamond Polishing Paste Lapping Compound Mold Polishing Tool https://goo.gl/2wZCys 100mm Diamond Grinding Wheel Cup 180 Grit Cutter Grinder for Carbide Metal https://goo.gl/bRUKa4 75mm 180 Grit Diamond Grinding Wheel Cup Grinder Milling for Carbide Metal https://goo.gl/QLwVvh ====================================================== Thank you for viewing... Hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment, like and subscribe Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 26032 Pierre's Garage
Machinist hammer WIYB 2016, progress
 
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Quick update on the progress for the machinist hammer, to be included in the tool chests prepared by Keith Fenner as the WIYB contest. Those hammers are made in a very limited edition, we used Stainless Steel, Delrin, brass and wood to complete them. Be sure to watch how it's made in some future videos, soon to come... Possible we make a few unit available as a very limited edition in order to help support the effort... WIYB by Keith Fenner YouTube channel or website: https://www.youtube.com/user/KEF791 http://turnwrightmachineworks.com/ The team: Philippe Desjardins Channel: Phil's Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1 Robert Corriveau And Pierre Beaudry Thanks for your support....!!! Please take the time to like comment and subscribe.
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WIYB Shop made Knurling Tool for Keith Fenner's What's In Your Box toolmaker Collaboration P-3
 
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In this video, we continue with preparing some blanks ... Those blanks will be used to further machine the screw that will serve to apply pressure on the arms that hold the knurling wheels. The actual threading is taking place, it's a 5 / 16 - 18 class 2A There will be a few parts about producing this tool. Planing, machining, heat treatment, etc.... Also don't forget to go have a look at the channel of the other machinists involved in the project, they will also machine other parts needed to complete the project. Colin Chippett, his Channel: CompEdgeX https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXihmKjXgnuVatgepDzydbw Philippe Desjardins, His Channel: Phil's Projects https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8gtJhyKdryTd2NBTHyzynQ Keith Fenner, his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmxnPem-pPfJQATIkfgY2Q Brad Jacobs, his channel: BasementShopGuy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuFJaKZoZDKB-aC7o8Zk-dg Thanks for viewing, hope you enjoyed.... Feel free to like, comment and mostly subscribe.... Pierre Beaudry
Views: 5970 Pierre's Garage
Heat treating 4140 Alloy Steel - The basics on hardening and tempering
 
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In this video we give some basis on how to get some 4140 alloy steel hardened and then temper to different hardness, we will perform our test using a Rockwell hardness tester. This is a basic video on how to do, for more details you'll need to consult the alloy manufacturer' literature. Thanks for watching and please give thumbs-up, comment and subscribe.
Views: 27384 Pierre's Garage
UHMW, leather, and steel mallet or hammer made for Randy Richard
 
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This is the photo description on how I made a non marring mallet using UHMW (could be Delrin, Teflon, HMW or Acetal). The materials are, metal, steel, leather, uhmw. Complete farication of the mallet. That in an exchange for one of his famous "dovetail cutter made with an used helicopter bolt" Enjoy
Views: 11237 Pierre's Garage
Making an kiln oven controled by a PDI for hardening and tempering
 
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In this episode I'm going to show how I installed an PDI electronic controller to set and regulate the temperature in my kiln. I intend to use this oven to harden and temper small steel parts. The precisely controlled temperature oven will allow me to produce some repeatable quality parts. Hope you get something out of this video, feel free to like, comment and subscribe. Thanks for watching, if you have questions, don't hesitate to ask...
Views: 18115 Pierre's Garage
Trick to lining up a vise on a milling machine in 2 to 3 passes max. Quick and dirty
 
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Lining up a vise on a milling machine FAST.... Hope you'll enjoy, please if you like let me know by thumbs up, comments and subscribe Thanks for your support, Pierre
Views: 8902 Pierre's Garage
Variable DC motor Speed control Penta Power KBMD-249D
 
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Reviewing the Penta Power model no:KBMD-249D from KB Electronics. If used with 120 volts input it will provide 0-90 volts DC, and when used with 240 volts it provides 0-180 volts DC. This a unit that will provide variable speed control for a DC motor. It has adjustable acceleration and deceleration control. This unit can handle from 1/50 HP to 1 HP and a 2 HP if used with an extra heat sink. For simple control of a DC motor this unit is all that's needed in most situations. Hope you enjoy, Please feel free to like, comment and please subscribe.
Views: 4848 Pierre's Garage
10,000 subscribers...!!!  Thank you... Plus quick update
 
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Thank you all for your support, this is lots of work to keep a YouTube Channel going, and, all of you watching and leaving good comments make it pretty rewarding...!!! Also, my great friend Philippe is around so we could make a common update and share a couple of moments with you all, hope you like. Getting ready to be back with more interesting projects, great deals for good tools, more fun with the 3 Monkeys just spending great time in the shop... Links to Channels refered in the video: Phil's Projects: https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Randy Richard in the shop: https://www.youtube.com/user/Catfish6945/featured Brian Block: https://www.youtube.com/user/bcbloc02/featured Video where Robert shows up at Brian's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MI4s8osZIR8 Video where Philippe and Robert wear the Monkey T-Shirt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuJUcO4O6EY Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 1163 Pierre's Garage
Starrett 98 Series level calibration procedure
 
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How to calibrate a Starrett precision level series 98. I'll show the complete procedure to calibrate a precision level, and finding the leveled axis on a surface... If you have any question or comment feel free to ask... Hope you enjoy, feel free to like, comment and subscribe.
Views: 49091 Pierre's Garage
Digital caliper comparison - Mitutoyo Brand name VS Cheap Brand
 
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In this video, I'll compare digital Mitutoyo Brand Name Caliper vs Mastercraft / Import for Canadian Tire, or any budget retailer like Harbor Freight, Princess Auto, Busy Bee, Grizzly, Shars, Accusize, etc.... That will import and sell them with their name printed on them. In my own conclusion, those imports are good purchases as the price is attractive to most of hobbyist and for roughing purposes, for more precision and closer tolerances, brand name is a must, though calipers aren't to be used for very high precision work or exchanging close tolerance measurements... Hope you enjoy and please help to make more and better videos by subscribing... Pierre Beaudry
Views: 326753 Pierre's Garage
Residential geothermal installation part 2
 
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In this part we'll see how the heat transfer loop in dropped in the well.
Views: 17197 Pierre's Garage
Wilton 3 axis vise, smashed and repair using "Cold method" Part-1
 
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A Wilton vise smashed... After gettting help to carry my new purchassed Wilton 3 axis vise, the vise ended landing abruptly on the concrete floor, breaking one of the sliding arch, bummer... After thinking along many scenarios on how to fix this, I came to the conclusion of a Cold Type repair was gonna be the solution to help keep the cosmetics in good shape and that it will be solid enough to go back to work as nothing happenned... In this part one, I'm preparing the vise and getting my act together for the final repair, in the next episode we'll see the replacement material being installed and sheped in the rotary table to a seemless repair. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/feature Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Since those videos are requiring lots of time and efforts a Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 4712 Pierre's Garage
Dial bore gauge VS Telescopic gauge - How to use and calibration. Measuring a cylinder
 
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Dial bore gauge, what are they and how do they work, in this video we'll see how to calibrate them and how to measure using them. The main use is in measuring a cylinder or a bore. measuring out of round, measuring taper or irregularities in a cylinder or any bore. There will be a comparison with the measures taken with a three points micrometer and a direct comparison with a telescopic gauge. As a very important part of measuring with high precision in a small machine shop or in a hobby situation, I'll talk about some precautions for proper handling in order to get the best possible results. By using a cylinder bored with a special preparation we'll also be able to see how we find out defects in machined parts. Thank you for viewing Please feel free to comment, like and subscribe... ;) Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 33320 Pierre's Garage
Machinist hammer, Final assembly ( Keith Fenner WIYB 2016 giveaway )
 
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This part is the final assembly, I take all the parts and put them together, there is still need some adjustments and final fits. The team is working hard to meet the deadline with a finished product that the future owners will be proud to have and use... Keith Fenner YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmxnPem-pPfJQATIkfgY2Q Web site: http://turnwrightmachineworks.com/ This hammer is a project from: Philippe Desjardins YouTube Channel: Phil's Projects Robert Corriveau (No YouTube channel) And myself on this channel Hope you enjoy and please subscribe, like and comment. Thanks for watching... Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 2296 Pierre's Garage
Weld penetration Mig VS Stick, low price welders vs high priced machines
 
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This episode is a reflection to determine if a lower priced MIG welding machine is capable of producing decent welds in heavy stock, I'll use a higher grade MIG and TIG welding machine to make penetration tests using different types of welding modes. The welding machines will be for Mig a Lincoln 350MP 350 Amps welder and for Stick ( SMAW ) we'll use a Miller Dynasty 350 welding machine, those machines are in the 350 amps category machines. We'll also see how to use "Pickling coumpound" to etch the weld in order to reveal the penetration patern. We'll be doing a direct comparaison between Mig and Stick or SMAW processes, comparing those side by side will provide results that will feed discussion about how welding current affects the end results. I don't pretend those tests are absolutely exact, but, are close enough from reality so it will give a very good idea of how things happen in a small welding shop or garage. Jody's YouTube welding channel: wledingtipsandtricks Philippe's YouTube channel: Phil's Projects Thanks for viewing and don't forget to like and subscribe. You're welcome to comment and bring your ideas and advice... ;) Pierre Beaudry Email: [email protected]
Views: 7676 Pierre's Garage
Infinite Variable Ratio Pulley, How it's made and how works...
 
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In this video with the help of my friend Philippe from Phil’s Projects, you’ll be able to see how this type of infinitely variable ratio pulley is made and we’ll explain how it works with closeups and static demonstrations, this is a different way to make a infinitely variable transmission on some machinery, unlike the other types that needs 2 separate pulleys, one master pulley and a slave one, good example of the later type is widely used on Bridgeport type knee stype milling machines. Also, I’m sharing with you the reason why I’ve neglected the channel since the beginning of the year, from my parents needing lots of care until the very recent passing away of my dad… Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 2889 Pierre's Garage
Gears making made simple...  4 actual examples, of dividing principles...
 
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Cutting gears, a better explanation, with 4 examples of an actual job, a 31, 47, 58 and a 64 teeth series of gears. In response at my friend Philippe from Phil’s Projects, I’m trying to make an easy to understand explanation just like I had to explain to my own friend. His questions and feedback helped me to elaborate this tutorial, that could also I hope help you also. Cutting gears using a dividing head and indexing plates isn’t always so easy to figure out, once you got the principle, then, the next times it ‘s much easier to figure how to do it without researching the whole web again and start from scratch… Hope you’ll enjoy and get something from the effort I put up trying to make gear cutting accessible to all of us…. Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Bruce Whitham’s YouTube Channel: Bruce Whitham https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6HG4kXPSgb1Bhx6CY9e6iw/featured Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 20883 Pierre's Garage
Bed Frame Stories... FREE or CHEAP source for hardenable steel, the basics....
 
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Poor Man’s source for harden able steel, bed frames steel alloys is an interesting source, most of it can be found on garbage day or even better, moving day… I haven’t found much reliable information on this type of steel, there may be lots of categories available. You’ll need to be able to evaluate and ready to experiment in order to be able to use your finds for an intended purpose. Here I’m showing how to harden and temper this alloy using simple methods like a torch, doing some sparks tests, evaluating the color in the hardening process as well as in the tempering process. To kind of quantify the experiments, I’ll use a Rockwell meter for different readings after the operations. Hope this video serves you as a good source of info to help start experimenting with this type of inexpensive source of steel to realise some of your projects, please, take into account the warnings about welding this type of alloys, there is a real danger of failure if welded without proper advanced procedures and followed by proper control method. Everett's Workshop YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdOPminKhv7QRRnNzDu1DCw Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 5088 Pierre's Garage
Making a Forming die to produce custom rivets in order to fix my grandson's toys. part 3
 
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In this video we'll make a forming die to produce some custom aluminum rivets that will be further used to fix some of my grandson's toys... We machine some 4140 hardened steel, this steel is around 30 Rockwell C in hardness. Also a method to achieve some high quality and precises reams... You'll be seeing the formation of small rivets, in aluminum as well as in brass, with surprisingly good results. And most of all the repair of grandson's toys, the primary reason for the die...! Hope you enjoy...!!! And please feel free to like, comment, if you subscribe it will encourage me to produce more content that you will enjoy. Thank you for watching, Pierre
Views: 7990 Pierre's Garage
Taper attachment view on my lathe
 
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By request from Randy Richard in the shop, here is a more detailed view and description of the lathe installed on my lathe. Hope you enjoy and feel free to like, comment and subscribe
Views: 12758 Pierre's Garage
Best way to measure an inside bore, very exactly and cheap
 
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This video will show one of the best way to measure very accurately an inside bore that will be used as a future reference, using cheap inexpensive gauge blocks and endmill stubs. Not every hobby shop or small machine shop can afford expensive measuring equipment, this should help in getting very exact readings. By being creative there is always a way to resolve a problem in the simplest manner, I think this one of those things that will inspire other people to look for the alternative way to do something with the least investment possible Thanks for watching, hope you enjoy. For more and better videos, please subscribe. Thumbs up and constructive comments are welcome.... ;) Pierre Beaudry
Views: 12833 Pierre's Garage
Update no:2 for WIYB machinist hammers and missing shop cat...
 
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Not much time to edit and produce videos, but, this is an update on our WIYB 2016 contribution, this year it's shop made machinist hammers, Keith Fenner is still searching for worthy candidates for the giveaway, if you feel you fulfill the requirements or know of someone that does please get in touch with Keith... For now 10 days my shop cat is missing, normally He's there without missing a day, so, there isn't much hope to ever see him again..... It's different life without him, sometimes I still have an impression he's gonna just show up, but it's just a short flash in my mind. Phil's Projects: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8gtJhyKdryTd2NBTHyzynQ Keith Fenner: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmxnPem-pPfJQATIkfgY2Q Thanks for watching, hope you enjoyed, please subscribe, comment and like..... Pierre Beaudry
Views: 4182 Pierre's Garage
Grooving and parting tools made easy and affordable with cheap carbide inserts from Banggood
 
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Grooving and parting made easy and affordable with cheap carbide inserts… How to adapt standard and cheap carbide parting inserts to suit you needs in grooving. In this video, I’ll be using affordable tools that I purchased on Banggood to easily adapt some inserts to perform grooves in order to avoid having to stock on costly assortment of inserts. The inserts I’ll use are costing from $6 to $10 per box of ten, and, even better the holding tool plus a full box of ten inserts will cost you well under $20… Reworking some carbide inserts with a resin bond diamond wheel, how to and demonstration... Most big companies will ask as much as $15 to $25 USD per insert to supply you some of the seldom used inserts for the many different with often needed to accommodate parts like E’ Clips, Snap Rings, O’ Rings, even just decorative, etc… Now, the choice is yours….. You can get creative or pay… 😉 ==================================================== References to Banggood web trading site... You can get all the details to order the tools tested in this video by following the links below... Note: According to dates, sales or promotions the price may vary, but, the prices will stay more than reasonable in any circumstances… -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MGEHR 1010-2 10x10 x100mm Grooving Tool Holder With 10pcs MGMN200 Insert Blade For 2mm Cut https://goo.gl/LyLN9u 7pcs 12mm Shank Lathe Boring Bar Turning Tool Holder Set With Carbide Inserts https://goo.gl/fAeTxx Drillpro 10pcs MGMN200-G 2mm Carbide Inserts for MGEHR/MGIVR Grooving Cut-Off Tool https://goo.gl/NaLNiA 100mm Diamond Grinding Wheel Cup 180 Grit Cutter Grinder for Carbide Metal https://goo.gl/bRUKa4 75mm 180 Grit Diamond Grinding Wheel Cup Grinder Milling for Carbide Metal https://goo.gl/QLwVvh ====================================================== Thank you for viewing... Hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment, like and subscribe Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 16877 Pierre's Garage
Shops Tour Sept. 2018, bcbloc02, ChrisB257, ROBRENZ, even met JimmyDiresta
 
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After leaving mrpete “Meet and Greet” we headed towards Brian Block’s Shop, there, we got to see how BIG are all his machines already installed our near installed, his supervisor even greeted us with the seal of approval… After this, we went to visit the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, OH. One of the finest aeronautics’ museum, didn’t have enough time to see everything, and, worth the visit… Only down point, the submarine sandwiches at the little restaurant, AWFULL, guess that submarines and airplanes don’t do well together… lol Next stop, ChrisB257, we were warmly welcomed by Chris, had a few hours to chat and enjoy every moment of that short visit, nice tour of the shop we see on YouTube, even the production room was open for a private tour… Last but not least, Robin Renzetti’s shop, what a nice treat, Robin is one of my reference for that ultra precise work in machine shop, his very high standards and rigorous methods make me want to learn more every time he puts out new informations… After a week on the road and about 4000 km, (2500 miles) it was finally time to get back home and catch-up on the pile of work accumulating while we were gone. That includes the “Honey Does”… lol Special thanks to my friend Philippe that did most of the driving… And to Harold Waters for the camera works on the Steve Barton's interview... ;) Hope you enjoy those few video clips we graciously want to share with you. List of people and visited places and their references: Jimmy Diresta: https://www.youtube.com/user/jimmydiresta/featured Mrpete222: Tubalcain: https://www.youtube.com/user/mrpete222/featured Harold Waters: Amateur Redneck Workshop https://www.youtube.com/user/hswaters1/featured Steve Barton: Solid Rock Machine Shop Inc. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKPqKYF73sJbFUSzo5dQxtQ/featured Brian Block: Bcbloc02 https://www.youtube.com/user/bcbloc02/featured ChrisB257: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChrisB257/featured Robin Renzetti: ROBRENZ: https://www.youtube.com/user/ROBRENZ/featured National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, OH. https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/ MAKER 13 629 Michigan Ave, Jeffersonville, IN 47130, USA https://www.maker13.com/ Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Video series on how the hammer was made: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJG89U2_Pyi8sA6S6AJn3ErCIR1cb-OD Video series on how the pair of jacks were made: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJG89U2_Pyg0vGa2gtFPJkpsz_M7-ewA Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Thumbs up, a comment, and, even better, a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
Views: 4317 Pierre's Garage

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