|Bob Wild||21/11/2020 22:03:55|
|44 forum posts|
Where’s Clickspring. He’s very good but hasn’t posted for ages?
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Don't forget steviegtr on anything garage. he rants on a bit but worth a watch.
Oh that's me. OOps. Plenty more to come.
|paul rayner||22/11/2020 14:47:49|
|161 forum posts|
emmas spare room machine shop
randy richards in the shop
go create hobby machine shop
just a few for you to be going on with
|Cabinet Enforcer||22/11/2020 16:06:15|
|93 forum posts|
Clickspring posted a short video on his "clips" channel a few days ago, apparently he is busy writing a research paper on the antikythera, which has put his main channel on the back burner, I think there may also be patreon content available too.
A recent discovery for me is 'An Engineer's Findings' which was linked to in one of Stefan Gotteswinters videos.
Not many videos, but very thorough and interesting. His self built press brake is pretty impressive.
|Chuck Taper||22/11/2020 21:32:01|
|6 forum posts|
Uri Tuchman difficult to categorise - whimsical that's it.
|David Taylor||23/11/2020 10:04:41|
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luckygen1001 seems to be quite good at casting.
ActiveAtom is a pair of guys who are precision machinists. They're workshop is more clean and tidy than anywhere I've ever lived.
Bad Obsession Motorsport are a couple of English guys who build cars.
Edge Precision does high precision CNC work.
Keith Fenner has a lot of traditional machining and fitting etc.
Machine Thinking is an interesting engineering history channel.
SS Workshop is building an unusual loco he's designed from full size plans. I'm guessing he's stopped making videos because he didn't get the views to warrant the time and effort but what he has is pretty impressive.
Tips from a shipwright is good for one boat, but might get repetitive.
xynudu is ok, but has pretty well turned into a sponsored review channel for the usual suspect.
|David Taylor||23/11/2020 10:20:36|
133 forum posts
I used to what Why Is It So when I was a kid
He did chocolate commercials too. He was pretty popular down here.
|colin brannigan||23/11/2020 11:20:42|
|94 forum posts|
Nothing at all to do with engineering in any way, shape or form but if you like to relax to music like me, please check out Foxes and Fossils, I have followed them for ten years now and they are very good.
2794 forum posts
I'm subscribed to most of those mentioned; but my top 3 to date are Doubleboost, Joe Pieczinsky, Ade's workshop, not necessarily in that order.
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