HILUX CHAINSAW: This is the sort of thing that should be shown on television instead of all
that 'reality' crap.
Sam Rosario: That is an awesome device/ magnets and all. Great job Wandel ! Is there a
set of plans for this or is it all guess work ? Are these plans on
Sketchup ? Where can I get a set of plans ? I don't have all of the tools
you have but I would still love to try to build a Tilting Router Station
for myself. Fantastic video !!!!! I definitely saved this video to my
Сергей Калаптур: what program do you draw gears?I want to do but need a drawing subcatego
wheels in scale of 1/1 -? Sorry, but from Russia I have you won't be able
thomas price: You should make a video on the language of wood working for those of us
utterly ignorant of these things.
"Dado", "bevel", "mortise".
Are you just making those words up as you go along?
Michael Lenczewski: This man has his 10-thousand hours of practice! World class talent here.
Roastysprouts: This guys a bit of a legend
Сергей Калаптур: all really like, all very interesting. Great job
Dan Tauro: Man you are good!
brigido sepulbeda: WHAT A GENIOUS! I ADMIRE PEOPLE LIKE YOU...
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
codemiesterbeats: Im absolutely amazed at the ingenuity. Good work. I hate going and buying
stuff because somebody says you should. This gentleman could easily sell
the plans for this even for 1 dollar and make a lot of money...but its free
and I commend you for that!
Kristoff Dobridis: Exciting, I will try to copy your router table. Very interested your
horizontal router device
Igor Tsigankov: just WOW !
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!
PickRelated: So high quality vids! And ideas are just awesome! Great job, I really
Robert Decsi: Hi Matthias. You are great. All my respect toward your clever mind and
skillfull hands :-) Greetings from Slovakia
David Wentzell: Great stuff Mathias!! Any ideas on a mechanism for a drill press?
jmconn08: Honestly, how could anyone not like this video?
jon Q: This guy is awesome.
ddtus: i have been spending a whole week on watching your videos and website...
Pepe Iriarte Camarero: 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
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
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.
Andrés González: Your work is inspiring! Thanks Matthias!
mdostay: Fantastic as usual, Matthias. Did I actually see a scrollsaw cameo at 8:03??
Gerson Panza: Muito bom!
Abhishek Shetye: Bro Ur the great man...u can build anything...
James G. Watson: Excellent. Thanks.
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.
Claudinei Braz: Parabéns Matias . Você é um espetáculo.
Grey Wolf: Brilliant work. Very intuitive
Jonathan Rae: good engineering
FALpwn: Could you glue a protractor to the side so you know what angle you are
setting it to
DocRRS: Отличная работа! Уважаю!
kaikokitosuris: Your job seems so interesting and genius at the same time! WIsh you luck.
Medhanie Alem: thanks for you unlimited support GPU.....
Mike Small: This is amazing. Very well done!
kev3d: Very clever. Well done.
SniperTeamTango: Very impressed with your work, surprised to see a lot of machining
practices being used for wooden applications though. Ever done any
Josh Diaz: you are a friggin genius!!!
Anthony Beers: Wow. Looks like a job for a metal planer.
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 -
Drummerbcl: This dude is a genius....This is coming straight from his head.
Dan Esposito: Thoroughly enjoyable - and I am not even a woodworker. It was great
watching your problem solving unfold through the entire process.
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.
wurstbrot29: what is the over all length of the router lift?
Georg Anabith: http://www.myadvertisingpays.com/ref.asp?spon=14468