Patrick Whitfield: I especially like how he talks about light radiation and how important the
proper protective gear is... And then wears nothing but oxy/fuel cutting
They're only about half of what you need to protect your eyes, and they
don't protect your face at all.
Gofeball Mcsullivan: At 2:38 he talks about welding a galvanized piece of chain. NEVER EVER WELD
GALVANIZED METAL! If you do the zinc oxide coating will vaporize. This
vapor is toxic and can cause severe illness or death if inhaled.
CravingAura: lol he found it in the neighbors garbage XD
riad Saraqi: Ji can tell that the weld is kinda average if try to move less and hold
your stick in a 90 degrees angle and some practice then it will be better
Andrew Kwasek: I got my two transformers and one of the coils is aluminum while the other
is copper. That shouldn't matter, should it?
kangolj07: I would like a detail step of how you made this thing
zubayn sandhu: What video is that at 0.36 ?
Tyler Purhamus: Love the video, although it is obvious that he doesn't do much welding.
even if I hadn't seen the welds, just how he talks about it is obvious. The
weld itself will never be the point to break, the HAZ (heat affected zone)
will always break first.
maxfly high: is this dangerous are they lots of radiation when you do that . someone
answer me plz cauz i got a big microwave but dont know if i should do it
Pawit Wongboonyakul: The microwave oven melter thing can even kill a zombie by itself!
HapyAppleProductions: you probably shouldnt heat galvanized steel. The zinc will burn off and you
could get zinc poisoning.
Picobyte: Are your MOT's not running ridiculously hot,even when near no load on the
secondary they become really hot when you use them 100% duty cycle.
I had made this sort of stick-welder that runs hot while on standby,it's
fun.On the long run you still just want the real thing.
Eric Gasteron: Nice video. Except that you do not weld galvanized metal without
respiratory protection: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metal_fume_fever. We
can see at 3:55 the white smoke coming out (like filaments) can be quite
dangerous if you breathe it. Also the goggle are for oxy/fuel cutting, you
need full body coverage. So there is that for the kids out there who you
survived the microwave...
gusg343: PS. the first weld was pretty bad it looks like you have some undercut and
you're beed's are pretty nasty looking, try slowing down a bit and keep a
nice even puddle, also a full face mask is a good idea.
Slag on the face is not a fun experience xP
Cristian Portillo: your not supposed to weld galvanized metals the fumes are toxic
EragonSuperM: That's a good weld for a first try
matt young: Is there a video showing how to make the welder?
Joe Schmo: all you do to solve the puzzle is move the chains and ring over and slide
the ring up on one of the horseshoe points and continue moving it
Alex Baldwin: How did you take the ring off show us!!!!!
ModernHybrid: I get your welds didn't look great because you haven't ran many, but your
welder friends look pretty bad too...
artgrenadier: both you, and your welder friend lay a terrible bead. cool video though
Abdul Wadood: A guy like you could easily survive an apocalypse
john mulholland: How did u modify the transformers?
scoop c: Did you learn all this kind of thing on your own? How in the heck?
Impressive so I'm just curious man.
Abdulaziz Bagha: Hi
Have just watched some of your videos I find them really good,
beartube1984: Does it feel good to be a gangsta?
noor k: am so going to build this project for mechanics experience
the idea is amazing its an application of dc generator and mechanics weld
scavenging the parts is great idea economic which is one of the main things
that engineering purposes
u are a definitely an engineer or science student XD
Dandanoodle Dudeface: galvanized metal releases toxic fumes if melted...just saying!
caiden duda: How did his wife get it off
Custom PCGamer: 2:44 New saw trap. RUN!!!!! LOL
Gong Chen: There are no zombie apocalypse!!!!!!!!
SerbianSeed: What's this video on 0:35 i can't find it anywhere!
Ehly Lemmington: Man... Merry me !
:P For real, i'm a metal worker n' I alway wanna have my own weld station,
but i can't, it was too expensive, but with your video, i did it for cheap
! Realy thx man. Stay awsome !
Robert Cece: I really want to make one of these but I think I'll just buy one instead.
lps1220: He tries to break it even though the 60'on the rods means it can hold up to
wyatt1941: as a person who knows a bit about welding, for his first welds he did very
well. id like to know if his choice of 6013s was on purpose or he just got
them. 6013s can run AC or DC but best on AC. if he had chosen a 6010 he
never would of been able to weld with them, and if he could, id be really
impressed. i highly recomend everyone know just a little about it, its very
Harrison Young: Welding galvanized? Id worry more about the fumes than the light radiation
Beeda2004: you cannot broke weld it contains more strongest structure material like
MrAwsomeshot: just in case some cheap bastard tries to build one of these and kills
himself or burns his house down.... HF has inexpensive welders.
This is a neat concept though.
Eric Diehl: Have fun with arc eye, Mr. Cutting Goggles!
River Huckriede: I Know!?!
saeed essa: Cool , I didn't even know that you have wife :)
Sandeep Reelh: Check out this video on YouTube
namirockon1: Thanks so much for sharing this i already have an idea on how to make a
weapon incase of zombie apocalypse
Bryan Young: I've always wanted to try welding. It looks fun.
Bloodybullets713: I hope he used a gas mask or something for the galvanized steel that sit is
highly toxic if breath in while welding
Learn How To Do Anything: Great video man, i would like to learn how you converted the transformers
into a welding tool.
Tony Behel: Hey Grant can you turn the arc welder into a tig welder video? Keep up the
great videos !!! Thanks Tony
jacob musick: welding galvanized is dangerous. the fumes can kill
kjbt70: man, if theres ever a apocalypse, im heading to his house.
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