|274 forum posts|
I find the videos made by Joe Pieczynski well worth watching. Lots of information about using the Mill and Lathe. Well worth subscribing.
|1344 forum posts|
+1 for Joe
|mark costello 1||30/07/2019 16:46:02|
560 forum posts
Excellent videos and humbling.
|Graham Stoppani||30/07/2019 16:54:11|
41 forum posts
This Joe is new to me, thanks for the heads up. Another Joe I follow on YouTube is Cuppa Joe as he has made numerous modifications to a a round pillar mill/drill machine similar to the Warco Minor I own.
|Phil P||30/07/2019 17:08:37|
|592 forum posts|
Stefan Gotteswinter is worth a look too.
|XD 351||30/07/2019 20:36:08|
1392 forum posts
This old Tony , marc lecuyer ( that lazy machinist ), clickspring and i could go on and on and on !
one tip is to look on the channel you are viewing and check to see who they are subscribed to if they are allowing you to check - thats how i found most of the channels i watch.. One guy i have been waiting for to come back to making videos is mr crispin .
Don’t forget our very own youtube mega stars Stubb mandrel , Mrjasonsb and home metalworking workshop (Harold Hall).
|Grindstone Cowboy||31/07/2019 19:28:58|
|190 forum posts|
To expand the list, also worth looking at Abom79, Doubleboost, Keith Rucker and Keith Fenner.
|Neil Wyatt||31/07/2019 20:27:04|
17052 forum posts
Wait until I retire
|Michael Cox 1||31/07/2019 21:04:18|
|522 forum posts|
Steve Jordan has a good YouTube channel. He has done many good mods to his minilathe.
206 forum posts
For me, as a noob, I'm following "This Old Tony", Abom79, Blonidhacks, Learning Turning Metal (Our own Andrew Whale), Ade's Workshop, Keith Appleton... loads of great content.
I'm not sure any are teaching bad habits, I think it's a chance to look at all the ways it "can" be done, and then choosing a way that I'd like to follow. I think some things just don't make sense until you have your own tooling... take milling for example, Blondihacks has a great video on setting up the mill, and the tramming thing I kind of got, but last night I saw first hand why it's important on a piece of metal I was machining
Lots of great content.
|Mark Gould 1||15/08/2019 16:43:15|
|177 forum posts|
Joe Pie is indeed an excellent channel to watch. I also enjoy anything by Tom Lipton (Oxtools) and a young English man called Mr. Crispin.
|13 forum posts|
I think you have all named everyone I watch.
Watching their videos does however fill me with a sense of ability that I quite clearly don't have yet but practice makes perfect.
|martin perman||15/08/2019 17:19:08|
1732 forum posts
I've subscribed to the above channel but cant find video's of round pillar mill drills, can somebody help pleas.
|John Baguley||15/08/2019 17:54:46|
450 forum posts
Look for his videos about the 'Wrong Foo' mill
Others of interest:
Geoffrey Croker, Mustie1, Abom79, BigClivedotcom, Rolingmetal, Mark Presling, MrPete222, Randy Richard, Nick C Colyer, Steve Summers, Vortecks (builds insane electric bikes!), myfordboy, outsidescrewball, ROBRENZ, James Kilroy, Winky's Workshop, Halligan142, The Backyard Machine Shop, Old Iron Lover, Everett's Workshop, BasementShopGuy, etc.
No wonder I get nothing done!
|martin perman||15/08/2019 18:48:26|
1732 forum posts
Than you for that, I've just watched the @wrong Foo' mill and I have exactly the same mill, with some tiny differences, very interesting.
|Adam Armstrong||16/08/2019 15:37:10|
|1 forum posts|
Mr Crispin is awesome. His new workshop looks like it's going to be incredible. I believe he's also a machinist at Rolls Royce aero engines.
|Phil Whitley||16/08/2019 20:20:16|
1007 forum posts
Don't think anyone has mentioned one of my favourites, "old steam powered machine shop" Amazing, and very practical!
|Mark Gould 1||21/08/2019 10:47:55|
|177 forum posts|
I’d like to add another member here who has an excellent youtube channel. His name is Craig and he’s making a loco as we speak. His youtube channel is no23mk2
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