boo bye: Your videos remind me how thick i am, cheers!
Javier García de Cuerva: Muchas gracias por habilitar subtítulos y por su tiempo.
CHRISTIAN KALEBE: Showwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!! Brasil congratulations
Marcel Timmers: Hi mate. That looks like a lot of fun to make. I think that the next project should be a pinball machine. I reckon that it would be a nice challenge. Even better if you could put some solenoids in there.
Phil Lowman: You were correct about that motor. Its loud enough to wake the dead. I have a Dewalt that's screaming before it starts cutting. Wander if old washing machine motors would work? They're cheap or free if scavenged from the junk yard.
Phil Lowman: So glad to have found this channel. If interested you sire would make an excellent tool maker. Not these kinds of tools but rather strike and prgressive die making and design. You are a natural problem solver and shop owners pay big $$$$s to a person such as yourself.
Giovanni Sampalmieri: ...complimenti veramente... sei un mostro in senso positivo - mi piacerebbe assistere dal vivo quando realizzi queste incredibili opere - un saluto
РОМАН СМОЛЯКОВ: Супер ! золотые руки и голова!
Ale Moré: I have a doubt about this. In the video you use a dial indicator to get the outfeed table paralell to the cutter drum, but what about the infeed table? it doesnt matter if is out of paralell with the outfeed table or the drum cutter? thx!
Vladimir Pino: hello friend, no way to get those plane free for poor jajjaajj thanks
Abbes Aziz: thencs
michael C: I'm not sure if I mentioned this before, but you can buy those T nuts with barbs on them so you hammer them into place, and then tighten from the other side....they won't budge on you (but you may have discovered these already, Lee Valley, Richelieu and others carry them)
agma dellga: Muito bom seus videos
Daniel Coelho: muito legal!
Jose Felix Sanchez Bellorin: en este pais de mierda para tener una de esas hay que trabajar cinco meses al sueldo basico (que es lo que ganamos muchos). eso sin gatas un bolivar de lo que nos pagan.. que desgracia, ni siquiera te venden piezas. o al menos el rodillo.. jaja.. bueno nos toca vivir esa peor quelos cubanos creo...
Alan Burns: A miniature version of my big log plainer at work.