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MAHO's Alive!! (70%)
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Old Files: Rags To Riches
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Moto Erratum! & A Flat Tire
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Shooting The Poop! #8
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Operation: Tap Wrench
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Better LATHE Than Never!
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PuLsEd TiG WeLdiNg
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This Old Tony's OPUS!
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dial M for Air File
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How To Bending?!
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Weld Cart Build - Part2
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Lathe Chucks
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Easy CNC Engraving (Mach4)
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  • philip rogers
    philip rogers 44 minutes ago

    I wish had seen this before i spent 60 bucks on a piece of junk bender.

  • Hex
    Hex Hour ago

    Fusion is awesome. I use it for 3d printing.

  • Chuck Yeager
    Chuck Yeager 2 hours ago

    Hey buddy you need to go slow just like we're doing doggy stuff from behind..ahhhh

  • Kyle Pirko
    Kyle Pirko 2 hours ago

    Anyone who pays $400.00 for this is just an idiot really.

  • Kyle Pirko
    Kyle Pirko 2 hours ago

    You can pretty much do the same thing with a sharp exacto knife.

  • Chuck Yeager
    Chuck Yeager 2 hours ago

    I like that's putting on wooden blocks for cheap insurance...

  • rayv1963 V
    rayv1963 V 2 hours ago

    how about metal welding wow

  • Chuck Yeager
    Chuck Yeager 2 hours ago

    No grounds for welders u just waiting to get executed..don't get your self killed..u need to grounded your welder..

  • rayv1963 V
    rayv1963 V 2 hours ago

  • Will Stikken
    Will Stikken 3 hours ago

    Another entertaining video. Out of curiosity Tony have you ever ventured into anodizing your work? Or had to make square blocks out of round stock using only a lathe?

  • Frank Daly
    Frank Daly 3 hours ago

    Yeah it really is great to see how much your videographer craft has improved, which is in stark contrast to the sleeve of that old sweater.

  • Altes Eisen
    Altes Eisen 3 hours ago

    Hey Tony, viel Spaß mit Deiner neuen alten Fräsmaschine! Does it already have a working title? I'd vote for "project ma(y)ho(em)"... ;-)

  • Lyor van Vliet
    Lyor van Vliet 4 hours ago

    Awesome episode, but when are we going to see the Maho? :)

  • Altes Eisen
    Altes Eisen 4 hours ago

    thx 4 17:00 and following! Really good idea to note that! :-)

  • jdhtyler
    jdhtyler 4 hours ago

    Copper --- Worth knowing from my training in the past WARNING: Copper pipe or copper fittings shall not be used to couple hoses carrying acetylene. (I think they can harden or explode Tip ;-) always coil your hoses clockwise in the northern hemisphere Trick your apprentice if you have to lug your gear upstairs say "I will take the big Oxygen - you carry the smaller one" John Yep I know this was uploaded in 2016 but I am heaving a bit of fun reminiscing .

  • jdhtyler
    jdhtyler 4 hours ago

    One great trick my father did was burn a rusty nut of a bolt and after a bit of wire brush and cooling he would put a new nut back on the bolt. Our blacksmith recently closed for good first opened in 1890s. The early torches ran on "town gas" not sure how they got the oxygen. Might be worth a chat about using carbide generator to weld with ? We did most our torch heating (not welding) with Oxy Propane you just need a different nozzle and the temperature is about 10% lower than acetylene. Gas savers are also quite neat I found this link for people that haven't seen one Sad to say I left my dad welding and I went off in the mid 1980s to cut code instead this had disastrous health implications for me, my dad is still doing a bit of welding at 84y old. all the best, thanks for a funny and informative lesson. John

  • Josh Bates
    Josh Bates 5 hours ago

    The soap ring he started the ring lol

  • mukesh chitte
    mukesh chitte 5 hours ago

    Please make same for tool compensation on dro milling please for same sino dro or for supertech dro

  • Polite Cat
    Polite Cat 5 hours ago

    18:18 did you say "all the rave"? it's all the RAGE!

  • Brett Gough
    Brett Gough 6 hours ago

    once again we prove that cheap chinese crap is cheap for a reason. Instant landfill, should be made illegal to sell this garbage. Such a difference when you used your regular kit.

  • Lyle Brownrigg
    Lyle Brownrigg 7 hours ago

    Nice work. Shouldn't it be tempered, though?

  • Zoey Cakes
    Zoey Cakes 9 hours ago

    the LGBT welder. 3:20

  • Heliarc Muad'Dib
    Heliarc Muad'Dib 10 hours ago

    Fresh out of high school I started in a mill in Ct, Platt Brothers Mill. They mainly melted and extruded zinc for the underwater pipeline industry. The cast of characters at the mill was an eduction. From the bikers built like gorillas to the shop foreman who's liver protruded in front of him from drinking I learned quickly that I was to stfu, do what I'm told & "dont put your hands in here like I just did".

  • James Smithers
    James Smithers 10 hours ago

    Mathletes is missing an "E".

  • James Smithers
    James Smithers 10 hours ago

    The intro was so f***ing good. HOOKED ME RIGHT IN! XD

  • Mr couchtader
    Mr couchtader 11 hours ago

    the fucking gloves lmfao!!

  • Dark Lord
    Dark Lord 12 hours ago

    I’m not sure why, but I felt the need to shed a tear at how beautiful this is. I’ve really only seen his videos where he’s doing a voiceover. This is something else, something amazing.

  • easyascherrypie
    easyascherrypie 13 hours ago

    Holy shit, this sounds exactly like the issue I’m having with my Ford Escape. I’ve checked lines, replaced the master, bled and bled until I felt lightheaded and woozy, but haven’t checked my rotors. Sure as shit they’re worn and warped. If this fixes it, I’ll be a happy man!

  • Michael Lake
    Michael Lake 13 hours ago

    How to connect? I need help, custom bike shop afraid to help. Need spacers/bushings now so I can let ARP know what bolts i need made.

  • misterchow
    misterchow 13 hours ago

    Pat Smage deserves more subscribers!

  • Matt D
    Matt D 13 hours ago

    Who is the used machine distributor?

  • Connor King
    Connor King 13 hours ago

    On first watch, I had no idea what a PTO spline was, and thought the chuck key thing at the beginning was related.

  • Hiya Dickbag
    Hiya Dickbag 13 hours ago

    Anyone know the formula used to calculate degrees out of square. .0005" over 5.5" to degrees ?

  • Dylan Flanagan
    Dylan Flanagan 13 hours ago

    You never measured current, you measured DC volts....

  • SusuReedJango
    SusuReedJango 14 hours ago

    put in a key kill switch and never wired it in? lol!

  • Jennifer Miller
    Jennifer Miller 15 hours ago

    Don't buy cheap crap.

  • Dave Allen
    Dave Allen 15 hours ago

    This guy gots jokes huh

  • Peter Edie
    Peter Edie 15 hours ago

    Peter Edie has a distinct collection of cowboy-hatz

  • Nick Bussard
    Nick Bussard 16 hours ago

    Congratulations on 700k

  • Turtledoo47
    Turtledoo47 16 hours ago

    I am ashamed to tell the number of times I rewinded the cat part... It's between 13 and 14 excluded.

  • Chris Huntington
    Chris Huntington 16 hours ago

    A 10mm socket? Alex must be a magician if he can find one when he needs it

  • Eric Groslevin
    Eric Groslevin 16 hours ago

    old Tony, I tryed to found a way to contact you outside youtube comments, but like your face is a mistery, conyact you seem to be an AVE parcour. to be bref, Can you show me, show us, how you will cut lexan, acrylic, plexiglass ... I thing like anyone, this material is a challenge when come to cut a squarre hole (lets say for mounting a panel voltmeter), anything I used to cut melt the "plastic" on the path of the tool and "re-sealed" it ! awesome useless cut ! I know, I know, old school Tony drill and hand cut then filed ... but at the time or all is going fast ... handtools are another century, even if I am not so young anymore. please, can you make a video about it ?

  • DmakAttack
    DmakAttack 17 hours ago

    Three words for a new project. CHINESE SHOE PATCHER trust me, you need to get one and modify it

  • Andrew Bailey
    Andrew Bailey 17 hours ago

    2:05 Did you just write "Subscribe" in Morse code? Well played!

  • edbrackin
    edbrackin 18 hours ago

    10:06 That was really cool.

  • Randy Smith
    Randy Smith 18 hours ago

    This Old Tony+ Please check this out ! More people need to see these videos of Dan Combs !! PLEASE check them out. I am not putting these on for any financial gain, or anything like that I am listing a video in hopes it draws some attention to this great cop !! Please pass the link along, Thanks !

  • Wong Kee Zhang
    Wong Kee Zhang 18 hours ago

    Was that... a Submachine reference?

  • TheDanksmith
    TheDanksmith 19 hours ago

    Congrats on 700K Subs! :D

  • Sanjiv
    Sanjiv 19 hours ago


  • NumerNaBis
    NumerNaBis 20 hours ago

    10 fingers Yeee

    SAMI HASAN 20 hours ago

    The best video on the internet

  • elcidbob
    elcidbob 21 hour ago

    Seems like this is still just the Joules Thomson effect with the length differences and vortexing increasing the dwell time for the hot side. That increased dwell time lets air on that side hang around a bit longer to be a heat sink for the air escaping out the cold side. I suspect that thanks to the motion along the outer edges is a higher pressure with a relatively low pressure along the middle of the tubing and that you only see the temperature differential if the opening on the hot side is a smaller area than on the cold side. Basically, all the factors involved create a sort of "virtual" orifice some distance away from the actual one where we actually see the beginnings of the JT effect. It'd be interesting to see the actual pressures at different points inside, the effects of inserting air foils, and lengthening the cone inside.

  • gvet47
    gvet47 21 hour ago

    You must be more confident when you mic the shaft, since you only check it once. I can get a variance in one out of three and it drives me nuts!

  • Bence Lajos Tóth
    Bence Lajos Tóth 21 hour ago

    Tose cutting shenanigans... and then that bana peel slip and boom... Man you are a GENIUS in machinist humor! I absolutely love your channel. Greetings from an engineering technician, who haven't even seen a metalworking machine in 3 years.

  • Joseph Smithe
    Joseph Smithe 21 hour ago

    I've never brazed with my everlast tig welder before either but I keep seeing videos on it and want to give it a try.

  • André Bartels
    André Bartels 23 hours ago

    This Old Schlingel 😉

  • Nic Stroud
    Nic Stroud 23 hours ago

    Good job it wasn't critical because that was 8.19715 not 8.29715.

  • Nic Stroud
    Nic Stroud Day ago

    Not Spinal Tap - doesn't go to 11. :-(

  • Mouse GrayEagle

    Yay you made a shiny! A temporally paradoxical shiny o.o

  • Craig Brown
    Craig Brown Day ago

    O.M.G. I wuzz so escared that poor tree getting planed like that, dang my back got so itchy, and then when that little boy showed up I jumped out of my stool and stepped on it as he drove away phewee lucky kid... Wow escary....

  • Peter R
    Peter R Day ago

    Nice. I sharpen my drill bits with a cheap 1 inch belt sander/grinder, a protractor, a piece of wood with the right size hole for the bit drilled in it, a clamp, and tape or something to act as a depth stop for the drill. First I just spin the bit backwards on the belt to grind the face/cutting edge with the stop keeping me from grinding to far or unevenly. Then I change the angle and hold the bit steady while cutting the back relief. This tends to work well and is great for repeatability.

  • AliasProductions LLC

    The whole stress/strain was much easier to understand from a metal working point-of-view after you stopped comparing it to psychology.

  • elcidbob
    elcidbob Day ago

    This seems like it should be stuck with a sterling engine, somehow.

  • Church Watkins IV

    Lol, this was the first TOT video I ever watched... I will never forget the questions I was asking myself at that time bahaha

  • Ho0k
    Ho0k Day ago

    This Old Tony! Time for part 3! Please?!

  • MrTridac
    MrTridac Day ago

    "Infinite tends to be impractical." - TOT2019

  • Mark Harris
    Mark Harris Day ago

    Watching this on the 10th December 2019, congratulations on the 700,000. Ask your friend for two more copies of the photograph.

  • Craig Brown
    Craig Brown Day ago

    omg why dint I dink od dat

  • KaiserYazawa
    KaiserYazawa Day ago

    Your channel is perfect to watch while eating some oatmeal with hot sauce.

  • Winky's Workshop

    I saw the router coming... and it scared me. Where did you get the ultrasonic foot beg cleaner??? Ha

  • AlloutATVing
    AlloutATVing Day ago

    ToT i think we need to see some surface grinder knife sharpening, never saw that done before

  • Todd Z
    Todd Z Day ago

    I'm new to the world of metalworking lathes, and I've been watching scores of videos relating to the subject, including a number of your (very funny!) videos. This is the first one I've seen that was *not* closed captioned for the benefit of those of us who can't hear; as the topic of grinding tools for cutting metal is an important one, I have a feeling I'm missing out on some critical info that the visuals can't quite capture. Can you please run this video through the captioning process, Tony? Thank you!

  • Sean Joseph
    Sean Joseph Day ago

    A smidge away from a geometric lock on the steering linkage set-up.

  • Robert Jacoby
    Robert Jacoby Day ago

    Great point about the radiation heat transfer! Thanks for the reminder.

  • mydemon
    mydemon Day ago

    Okay so the first few jokes made me groan, but he won me over over time. That guy's pretty *funny*

  • John Ellison
    John Ellison Day ago

    FAKE VIDEO ALERT - They're not real kittens.

  • Fred Genius
    Fred Genius Day ago

    Mini-lathe, CCMT works good for me. I also have internal and external threading inserts, and a square insert I use for chamfers. Yes, carbide likes to be pushed hard, and that isn't easy on a small lathe. But for ease of use, carbide wins every time. I do use HSS for some applications, like when really low tool pressure is desirable, for example small brass parts, you can get a really sharp cutting edge on HSS with little effort. I even use CCMT inserts in my fly cutter, spent ages trying to grind a HSS tool without much success, but a CCMT060402 in a cheap left-hand lathe tool holder works really well - I just have to remember to run the spindle in reverse...

  • Raxis
    Raxis Day ago

    its spinning off the center cause yer pushing on the outer edge before you have finished forming the center

  • Lawrence Lentini

    This old Tony: This foot peg is drooping so slightly that only I would notice. Let me fix that... Me dailying my running parts bike: I'm missing a footpeg, half the body panels, a starter, the carb for cylinder number 2 and all the tread on the rear tire. Meh, I'll just ride it till it dies cause a new tire is more than I have in the bike...

  • Dima Shanin
    Dima Shanin Day ago

    So sad music

  • watsis buttndo

    HA. Thought you had me with the "patrons only" blocker. Lucky for me im a thigh man!

  • gaby1491
    gaby1491 Day ago

    this is so entertaining, thank you

  • Richard Keith
    Richard Keith Day ago

    I can't say anything that hasn't already been said. So I'll just say Bravo!!!

  • Clay Erickson
    Clay Erickson Day ago

    "...and for the new kids, I built this myself. For the people asking for make and model, although I'm flattered, I can't help you out there."

  • 5naxalotl
    5naxalotl Day ago

    on a somewhat similar topic, you know how coffee people are funny about their grinders? apparently the holy grail of coffee grinding is the "roller mill" ... basically a pasta machine that passes beans through successively smaller gaps. but apparently too complex to do as a consumer machine. be an interesting thing for tony to take a look at

  • Wesley Berg
    Wesley Berg Day ago

    I wish I could subscribe twice.... oh wait... I can.

  • Next Best Thing RC

    I’m stealing the thunder from anyone that plans to type this when this project’s done. “Jonny 5 is alive” Premature? Ya. So what

  • Ted Mattingly
    Ted Mattingly Day ago

    The first time you cut to Adam, I literally laughed and my wife had to come over and see what I was laughing at. Of course she really doesn't know who Adam is and just couldn't appreciate it. But, bravo, I found his addition an excellent thing.

  • Richard Harms
    Richard Harms Day ago

    You will never have to buy another brillo pad. As far as that little wiggle goes, how about some kind of a brake.

  • Raul Gerardo Huertas Paiva

    What kind of paint is that?😍🤔

  • travisdaniel1880

    This man has the driest sense of humor and it cracks me up every time😂😂❤️

  • Brian Winter
    Brian Winter Day ago

    The internet has ruined me. Squirting that OD with glue was just beautiful. And wrong.

  • Minisammich
    Minisammich Day ago

    2:08 ultrasonic subscriber XD

  • Mogman150
    Mogman150 Day ago

    So, where does one get such an accurate machinist level?

  • scott little
    scott little Day ago

    the only thing that I can see is I woulds have switched the engine and brakes on the rear so the control are the same as a car.

  • Richard Sineyhan

    Subbed here via Alex

  • Bernardo H
    Bernardo H Day ago

    Nice tune ! ( The pineapple dance )

  • Bob Lewis
    Bob Lewis Day ago

    Flat, stable, strong plate? Granite!

  • foompthedroid
    foompthedroid Day ago

    Next: LAPPING!

  • Jack Rund
    Jack Rund Day ago

    the white collar AvE