Daniel Thompson: Wit a slight modification and a straw thatd be an awesom bagpipe practice
McDucky: 1flute noun \ˈflüt\
: a musical instrument that is shaped like a thin pipe and that is played
by blowing across a hole near one end
mimo semsem: i want to make the small Wooden Whistle where it's video
Lapo Sapo: is the first time I see a non cylindrical bore for a flute
Cilene Silva: Wooden recorders were originally call flutes weren't they
hibbeller9: Demonstrate making a wooden flute!
andris winoto: becareful with your fingers
zzausel: Making-of could be optimized easily a lot by using common toools. Then, why
did you refuse so tell anything about distances of wholes and tuning at
keesa709: Thats a recorder not a flute
Lily Gerbitz: That is a wooden RECORDER!!!!! Not a flute MADGER differents
nathan russell: Not a flute. Flutes have plenty more BUTTONS. Thats a recorder. Without
Rohan Zener: Somehow, i think one could fashion a reed that you could just "bite"
tighter with your lips to get higher notes, right?
bcoppola1001: you are very talented...it sounded great to me
RealRuler2112: Interesting... think I might try to do one on my lathe. (While I have the
equipment to do one like this, I don't think I have the patience for it. ;)
) Thanks for making the video. FYI, you can transfer layouts to wood by
printing the plans on a laser device (printer or copier) and then put them
face-down on wood and rubbing acetone over the area with lines. Much less
clean-up than removing paper.
Jura S: а где достать чертежи дудки, разные дудки!!!!!!!!
Leif Blomqvist: Nice work! I will try to do one.
Helio graf: how of tune
Isaac J Aguilar: you would just have to punch more holes in the little wooden whistle to get
JEPLANS: The only way is changing how long it is and hole placement. I have updated
the plans for it a few times and they now include one about the length to a
soprano recorder, one of these days I will get around to making a new video
jefferson cereno: popeye-ye=pope....
Luis Romero: ohhh,,, yes... very easy :(
JEPLANS: While the notes relative positions to each other should be about right, it
is 2 inches shorter than a soprano recorder and at least 3 notes higher, so
it's scale isn't going to match anyone else. I did make a longer one that
is closer to a soprano recorders size. It is still at least one note
higher. I was trying to keep so the plan would fit on 1 sheet of paper. I
might give one more go. A little bit longer and a slightly larger interior
should get close.
Moustafa Mezher: what about the stirling engines :)
jordy verhaegh: look at 7:30 why is there sitting an old man
walker morris: as easy as chinese math
JEPLANS: Well, that not supposed to be there. I was still using a video recorder
that used tapes when I made that, It must got a partial fame from the next
carlos martinez suarez: Es muy claro el plan de trabajo , gracias por ser tan pedagojico
JEPLANS: I should have the final video out tomorrow 4/27 for the Making a Stirling
Munozadrian21: Could u make me one and how much would u charge shipping and everything? I
don't have a jig saw and I like ur pyramid design.
olifilipe: Really works? Did you ever dimension it so it would be in tune? That scale
is awful and useless when playing with others.