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  • beautiful work!

  • The cutter is impressive

  • If you are aiming at that final shape for the cut, your first cut can be at an angle. Rather than straight. Then you achieve the same thing in 2 cuts rather than 3. Great job.

  • Kyle from precision engeneering is my favorite machinist.

  • How long does it take

  • I think you might have missed the center. Perhaps also a little offset with the face angle?

  • I'd say your a very good machinist and welder. Hello from NORTH CAROLINA

  • Excellent video well done top job top team awesome thanks Curtis 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

  • I would consider not drilling the bottom shin guard hole.since that seemed to weaked the original peice.maybe a u bolt design to attach it. keeping the ripper as strong as possible

  • just curious....why do use oxy-propane instead of oxy-acetylene? also, why use flame cutting instead of plasma? Great channel! am really enjoying your videos! Cheers from Atlanta, Georgia! 👍👍👊👊

  • Столько инструментов, а человек - дурак. Из-за футировочной накладки (что-б ломало за ней, а не по ней) испортил клык.

  • Excellent Video! Quality Workmanship!

  • I know nothing about this stuff but could you have friction welded the shaft to the eye

  • Good to see the rain and hoping the fire season won’t be so harsh. Southern California here has been very dry this spring and now we’re basically out of the rainy season

  • You could use a narrator to do the speaking parts. and leave out the "FUCKS". LOL which I think are funny as hell. You are a smart guy not to many guys can do what you do. Maybe your camera girl can hold up cue cards for you.

  • i've broke the tip in half on a d-11r once-split it right in half at the bolt holes on the ripper, but never a shank like that. we used to have a great shop like thiis one yrs back, when the coal was in great supply, but it closed. great video-but hey i like em all. lol

  • I need work you with

  • Hy howeryou I needed leathe machine working My name is Muhammad shahid ali I work lathe machine and milling machine manufacturer new truck parts and haidrolic jeack salandar new make i work in Saudi Arabia I need job leathe machine have vicansi your workshop

  • Never mind the welding, or the machining! My respect is for your confidence with that widowmaker of a cutoff wheel. Co-worker found a Milwaukee that would spin a 7", in the back of the cabinet. I plugged it in to see what it was about, and all my hair stood on end. I'll stick to 480 Volts, thanks.....

  • alucinante

  • Could you give me an estimate on my ripper? I'm sending it to you by FedEx overnight. Thanks.

  • There is a torch that is cutting THICCC steel and you suffocate the flame with your glove?! Are you crazy? Also, my back is hurting just from watching that welding xD So much work.

  • I am not saying it's the way you should have done it your clearly a professional but why couldn't you have taken one end off and inside bore it and make a new slightly oversize piston for it? It would have saved time from taking one end off and inside and outside boring the new cylinder.

  • Now that's the type of fabrication I enjoyed doing when I was a fabricator. Love working with thick steel and especially welding it up .This man does a fantastic job .

  • you really make great video's almost like being there with you

  • That is the Queen Drill press, that is where all other drill press' are made

  • It doesn't always work that way!! What happens when you find the bores are egg shape, whole different ball game then !!! I didn't see any preheat which is needed with the bore welder .

  • Came for the extreme metal working, Stayed for the kick ass Doggie .... edit: and of course the outtakes... super entertaining, awesome vids.

  • I was a a welder for 40 years, Repaired many ripper shanks of all sizes. It was easier to buy the tip for Caterpillar than to make one! I love the beaver teeth marks in the second bevel on the shank !! the gap is a bit much ! And if you have to use a straight edge to weld, you not much of a welder !!

  • My Jack Russell watches me work sometimes !

  • Your outtakes are funny. You did a awesome job welding that up. 2 thumbs up. Keep the videos coming

  • I might have just used thermite like on rail road tracks

  • Love these videos, the blooper real was the best! Keep up the good work!

  • It does not make sense to use a 4340 bar in the annealed state. The resistance to fatigue cracking is the same as that of a 1040 bar.

  • just discovered your videos! nice! And I had the privilege to taste the Tim Tams once in my life, those are some good cookies! Cheers from Belgium

  • make an episode with swearig

  • cioccolato e' veleno per i cani...

  • Amazing work! Love the channel and makes me want Timtams

  • This guy is amazing! but he couldn't have done it without a shop hand that good boy doggo

  • Awesome video, especially the end. I'm glad I'm not the only one that swears like a Banshee when working on things. Most how to videos are edited to seem like everything goes smooth as silk, but in actuality most things fight you every step. Thanks for keeping it real. Cheers !!

  • Just found your channel, I’m digging it!! Very cool!!!

  • Your cut outs are better than your actual job movie wife is enjoying your brain farts 🤯

  • wimps. I cut 4" of steel by hand..... Actually that is pretty cool to watch. The average hobbyist never touches anything near that size. Serious question, why are their washers/countersinks in there? Does the tip move around?

  • Its great to see how the camera really makes you feel out of your comfort zone . We engineers do the work and not used to giving an interview about it. well done best regards Don.

  • Mantap 👍👍👍💪

  • Glad to see their still people who know how to do quality work still.

  • AWesome work...Big like from Romania 👉🔝🎦👀👍💖

  • 👍👍

  • What would be the ballpark price to have a ripper shank of that size repaired?

  • it sucks when the tip isn't working. ; )

  • Где видюхи и асики? Сарказм.

  • I can guess how long a video takes seeing the 1000000 takes or errors lol. Great machining tho mate. 😁

  • Great work - the job and the video. Love the out-takes. "In Australia, we tend to break shit pretty good." Classic.

  • cane con occhiali stupendo .bravissimo e molto affascinante il tuo lavoro

  • Take the shirt off the dog for fu ck sakes he's hot. Some women are ridiculous

  • That should last as long as it did before. That cutter robot is sweet. Was the couple or three gouging marks dirt on the track?

  • The best!! You are all the money man!! Congratulations from Greece

  • Great job, very professional. Cheers from Canada.

  • @23:21 that joke didn't pass me by. lol

  • My bet @ 14:26 is 50 weld passes total

  • Welding, welding and more welding!!!💪💪💪💪

  • Why is this in my recommendation list? And why im watching the whole 40min of it???

  • Ripper shank redemption

  • WOW , what can I say, except engineering art in motion.

  • Thanks you are awesome

  • Ripper job mate 🤣

  • Shapes while making shapes 👌👌👌

  • Great job

  • love the outtakes :D

  • It's amazing ・・・・ from Japan

  • Good video. How do you like the Sir Meccanica borer? I nearly bought one some years ago but got talked out of it by a Hoffmann owner...

  • It seems to me it was worth connecting on a threaded connection.

  • looks like you could use a heavy duty sorta table flipping mechanism to avoid having to strap the part and utilize the forklift each time. maybe a super heavy duty rotisserie style contraption

  • Many years ago in Bangladesh, I saw a huge crankshaft for a generator on an open bed truck supported by just two wooden blocks, I was awful glad that I wouldn't be fitting that, love the camera work.

  • 37:50 Finally, some strong words from the missus! Been waiting for that ;-)

  • Bom dia! Já fisso muito esse serviço, mas eram no 7018 5mml

  • Ur dog steal the show everytime.

  • 6:00 Awesome how that little cutter can blow straight through that thick slab in one go (minus preheating). Steel is such a wonderful material.

  • Amazing work my brother, do you prefer Flux core when repairing thicker materials?

  • Looks like those pants need a worshin