Abhishek Shetye: Bro Ur the great man...u can build anything...
PickRelated: So high quality vids! And ideas are just awesome! Great job, I really
Gerson Panza: Muito bom!
SpinStar1956: Hey, really enjoy your videos and you're quite the ingenious designer and
I thought I might tell you about what I do for threading steel bolts in
wood: First, I of course drill them so the will be tight; then run the bolt
in and out a few times to make the threads; finally I coat the freshly cut
wooden threads with watery "thin" CA-glue. This REALLY hardens them, making
them very strong and even tighter. And in cases where you repeatedly
insert/remove the bolt, you can re-treat with the CA and they tighten right
back up. I used this for my RC airplane access hatches and electronic
project enclosure-panels made from wood that had to be repeatedly removed
and replaced. Most times I never had to re-apply the CA-glue.
Additionally, for homemade wooden-knobs, I do the same thing for the
hex-head and the very outside to solidify, seal and harden the end-grain
fibers for the cut finger-placement surfaces. For larger (non-fastener)
surfaces, take 2-part epoxy, mix then thin with 95% alcohol; just paint on
a thin-coat the cures rock-hard. This is even solvent and fuel-proof
(another old RC trick!).
Thanks a lot for your videos and inspiration, and keep up the great and
pfzzzer: Your skills and quality of work humbles me...even as a carpenter for 30
plus years I cant even imagine having the patience to even draw the design
of what you create!
pepe iriarte camareron: Hola colega eres un fenómeno me gusta lo que haces, yo soy carpintero y
también he tenido que hacer muchos artilugios, suerte.
noel whyte: dude ur awesome
jmconn08: Honestly, how could anyone not like this video?
David Wentzell: Great stuff Mathias!! Any ideas on a mechanism for a drill press?
Robert Decsi: Hi Matthias. You are great. All my respect toward your clever mind and
skillfull hands :-) Greetings from Slovakia
SniperTeamTango: Very impressed with your work, surprised to see a lot of machining
practices being used for wooden applications though. Ever done any
ddtus: i have been spending a whole week on watching your videos and website...
Pandurris Pandurros: Your work is inspiring! Thanks Matthias!
Al Thayer: Mathias you inspired me a few years ago. Now I think I have the best router
lift available. Two Positions, vertical and horizontal. Al B Thayer
mdostay: Fantastic as usual, Matthias. Did I actually see a scrollsaw cameo at 8:03??
Rihard M: I dont know how I got onto this video, I dot know what the freak you made
and I dont know what it does but it was cool man. Theres something
impressive about someone who has a talent in there hand. Nice work bro
AndreasZollner ART: You are the real mcguyver. You can build everything with wood.
Dan Esposito: Thoroughly enjoyable - and I am not even a woodworker. It was great
watching your problem solving unfold through the entire process.
Grey Wolf: Brilliant work. Very intuitive
Claudinei Braz: Parabéns Matias . Você é um espetáculo.
Medhanie Alem: thanks for you unlimited support GPU.....
Elamir AbdelKader: ممتاز !
GERntleMAN: There is Bosch in Canada? Is there Bosch in the USA too? Thought it's only
known to Europe since it's German.
Michael Flynn: Genius at work
wurstbrot29: what is the over all length of the router lift?
Mike Small: This is amazing. Very well done!
jon Q: This guy is awesome.
vett918: This Guy is a F**kin Genius !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've built some homemade stuff
in my shop, but none of that compares to this guy.
Josh Diaz: you are a friggin genius!!!
soner çağlar: very good
Паша Конев: Наши долбаебы даже с выстовки в Моквэ на токое не способны все блять
краснодеревщики ебаные на куй не кого послать особо отмечю на крутезну
мебель черноземья у них что магазины что с фабрике у всех нижняя губа
немного оттопырина вот так игоизм граничищий с долбоебизмом их привел или
приведет к банкротству. А один наш предприимчевый клоун скапировал или
спиздил просто чертежи этого чювака и тоже через ютуб рекломировал
пантограф как свой и чертежи за деньги. Наши долбоебы самые долбоебистые
долбаебы в мире.
Anthony Beers: Wow. Looks like a job for a metal planer.
kev3d: Very clever. Well done.
paulbalegend: Nicely done, love it!
Drummerbcl: This dude is a genius....This is coming straight from his head.
Chris Meadows: Man I love your video's - You make some sweet stuff ! I like how you make
your stuff from nouthing real wood work -
James G. Watson: Excellent. Thanks.
Christian Lewis: The way you talk sounds kind of like you're constantly telling a poem. :D
pakpukik: Wonderful video!!
Very complicated stuff!!
felicia luis: hola, gusto mucho todo lo que hace, podría hacer un telar de mesa pieza por
pieza por favor y dar los patrones, gracias.
Georg Anabith: http://www.myadvertisingpays.com/ref.asp?spon=14468
Isaac Ponder: I haven't ever made anything from these videos but I sure do enjoy watching
Jonathan Rae: good engineering
Jason Nguyen: I'm not particular sure what your doing, but it sure is relaxing watching
FALpwn: Could you glue a protractor to the side so you know what angle you are
setting it to
Savvas Papasavva: I like the imbedded magnet, but I guess the only problem with this
mechanism is you can't gradually raise the bit upwards when it is tilted
without travelling to whatever side the bit is. I made the same mistake
with my portable band saw stand which means if I tilted the blade I would
cut with the side instead of the front of the teeth...