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  1. #76
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    My other passion is aviation anything that flies but because I am old I forgot all about this gal. She makes some amazing real air worthy woden props for just about any airplane that uses a wooden prop and does so mostly by herself. AMAZING !!!!
    Enjoy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyoxueHtEqw
    http://www.culverprops.com/index.php
    mike calabrese

  2. #77
    not a plane guy but if I was id want an SR71 Blackbird. Designer of that and so long ago was an alien, amazing tech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Cohen View Post
    Sampson Boat Co. This is the restoration of a sailboat, and is filled with interesting joinery and working in out-of-square situations. Lots of power and handtool content. Highly recommended. Start at the beginning (about 3 years ago now) and you will be hooked!
    Thanks for the suggestion! Started watching last week and it's very interesting. Always had a fondness for wooden boats but Leo takes it to another level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Demuth View Post
    It is not strictly a woodworking channel, but Engel's Coach Shop may well be my favorite. Dave Engel seems to be adept at every craft that touches building of wooden wheels, wagons, and carriages. From iron work to wood work to upholstery and leather work, he does it all, beautifully, with a motley collection of old, new, shop-made, shop-altered, and repurposed tools. Truly a master of many crafts.
    I was reading through this post wondering if anyone would mention Engels. The first post I watched of his was taking a Grizzly mortiser and modifying it to his needs (pretty impressive). I haven't kept up with his recent posts but the guy is impressive. Doesn't hurt that he is a Montana guy as well.

    I will have to check out some of the other recommendations that aren't "mainstream" as far as what comes up on YT.
    Regards,

    Kris

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    think ive seen him mentioned here. Do you know which episode for the mortise machine id like to see what mods he did.

    Frank Zappa was going to move to Montana.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ialhaxhr7iA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren Lake View Post
    think ive seen him mentioned here. Do you know which episode for the mortise machine id like to see what mods he did.

    Frank Zappa was going to move to Montana.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ialhaxhr7iA

    Warren - here is the link.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqItaZA_LqE

    Never got Zappa's music...
    Regards,

    Kris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren Lake View Post
    not a plane guy but if I was id want an SR71 Blackbird. Designer of that and so long ago was an alien, amazing tech.
    Kelly Johnson - Skunk Works. Check it out.
    Regards,

    Kris

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    Zappa was brilliant, ask any good musician. Same with Prince. To me having mixed and recorded im time sensitive to music and that went on way too long. I have past watched the SR71 yoiu tubes and am aware of Kelly Johnson. I just cant digest that they could design that way back maybe the 50's. Anytime I saw a you tube on that plane it was hard not to clic on it and the first one i watched for a bit had to watch the whole thing. Brilliant feat of engineering.

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    thanks for the link site wont let me even see what I just posted so one more, forgot to thank you for that he has so many would have been hard to find. IM always interested in machinery mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren Lake View Post
    Zappa was brilliant, ask any good musician. Same with Prince. To me having mixed and recorded im time sensitive to music and that went on way too long. I have past watched the SR71 yoiu tubes and am aware of Kelly Johnson. I just cant digest that they could design that way back maybe the 50's. Anytime I saw a you tube on that plane it was hard not to clic on it and the first one i watched for a bit had to watch the whole thing. Brilliant feat of engineering.
    I used to listen to Zappa in the smoking room . My favorite lyric line was , “one red bean stuck in the bottom of a tin cup” .
    Oops! I think that line should have been attributed to Captain Beef Heart. Forgive me !
    Last edited by Mel Fulks; 10-08-2022 at 5:23 PM.

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    How about a youtuber I don't recommend. I think the name is Mike's wood shop. Guy claims to be a plumbing/tubing professional. The topic was plumbing your shop for compressed air. What did he recommend? CPVC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Harms View Post
    How about a youtuber I don't recommend. I think the name is Mike's wood shop. Guy claims to be a plumbing/tubing professional. The topic was plumbing your shop for compressed air. What did he recommend? CPVC!
    Ugg...an accident waiting to happen.
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

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    After reading the last two posts and cringing a bit, here a link
    https://shoptoolreviews.com/news/pvc...sed-air/34000/
    Just don't do it

  14. #89
    In Japanese, and more carpentry oriented- a pro at work:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpDl_0doRbk

  15. #90
    New YouTuber who might appeal to people who like no-talking quality builds. (No channel name yet)

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRO...dRUBgyo7Uld0Ag

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