Lee Huber: More than Just Cool, very good Constitution
Jared D: This guy does not know what he is doing. Wood is not strong enough, in
fact I have seen old school cast iron that has wallowed out bearing
Sam Dallas: It seems to me running a wide board through the original planer, would
produce less chatter than running through this light weight, therefore
vibration prone joiner.
Is there an advantage to having this specific joiner, as opposed to that
specific planer?? An honest question I hope you will answer
Or are you just doing this for the joy of it? Either way, thats some well
done work man.
Travis B: Put up a video on the home made long reach clamps please. At such a high
price to buy them a video on how to make then would be awesome!
Ko Ngo: I wouldnt trust the wooden bearings..
How to DIY with Sammy Bones: +Matthias Wandel Cool video. Thanks for posting. Have a great day!
Sir Allen James: I love how you make everything green.
Василий Самурай: how to make a wooden surface gauge?
nilson ronaldo CDB-CDO-3: very good, matthias
Walid ENG: if this is a homemade .. so what's workshop made??
Alex K: you are very good! man!
mio mao: i really like it! grat job
Michael Trent: I always enjoy your innovative solutions.
Chaitanya Vedak: So Far So Good... Nothing Exploding... hehehehehe
Livio Maritati: Bravissimo!
Olaf Albrecht: your ideas are fantastic.thank all
onur akça: This man's brain, my brain more than five times running. Congratulations
Daniel Kirton: Dreaming of a future workshop, where maybe a project like this could be
Altamir Silva: Amazing!!
Владимир Медведев: I thought the word "Jointer" should be connected with weed producer
Sound Charger: Joint ? Nice .. :))
Kevin Rega: i think you need one more clamp on that bad boy lmao
James Lester: I love your engineering sense. Well done!
Zurab Maghlakelidze: great idea bravo
chris ould: oh joint builder
Александр Гусельников: Hello author, I am constantly watch over your creativity and just want to
express my respect for your talent and ability to so skillfully handle the
wood, you're just a master of his craft, Bravo!
Sorry for the mistake in the text, I am from Russia and I write through the
translator, but I hope that the common sense of my message is not
Ishara Gamage: Awesome work (Y)
Franz Günter Bader: great job
GeneralSeptem: Is that an induction motor? I didn't think a variac would work on those.
Steve Bowkett: Watching your final test planning a board made me cringe. The 'leg of ham'
safety guard seems set-up to take fingers off whereas the bridge guard
obligatory in New Zealand prevenst hands passing over the cutting area
jblo07: Nice machine. But think about a guard over the belt...
Jean: 6:34 OMG these shoes !
warrentomberlin: Mr. Wandel: I believe you could build a time machine out of wood!
Саша Карпунов: a work of art...
THCMusicBlog: i need some of those long reach c clamps!
hashchannel: so where are the blunts?
stephen hatfield: I like all your videos man you can make it all ,keep it up im lerning A lot
thanks Stephen Hatfield
Metin Kandemir: İyi fikir. & Gute idee. Neden olmasın. & Warum nicht. Cool Tebrik ederim
Keith Alan: saweet
aleksandr mihajlof: RESPEKTtttttttttt.
AtienzaLouie: Great job! Though please, if just for the sake of viewers attempting this,
use push pads when jointing on the flat. A kickback could send that board
flying back, leaving your hands to fall right into that cutterhead.
Rivanildo Mata: hello my friend I am a carpenter and would like to know the correct
agradesso des madidas of already bound
ehlejandro: it makes real good butt joints
MrGattoblu47: very good, from italian friend
Dreizehn Instruments: please cover up the v-belt, this is dangerous.
biggles1024: I really like this. I'll keep my open for a cheap thicknesser with a view
to replicating your design. Thanks for posting the video. btw, I think you
did a great job narrating the video and showing everything that needed to
be shown. :)
bvsiness: Woooowwww! Fantastic!
Matthias Wandel: Creativity and training have very little to do with each other.
funtarded: Cool, man! This'll save me some serious scratch. I was going to buy an 8"
jointer, but now I can just build a 12" one! If my buddy still has the
extra planer; there's no way I'm hacking up my brand new 13.5".