Captain Cack: Just to follow on from the other negative comments about bearing housing
wear and warping wood. A solution can be found for all of this and it could
still be mainly built from wood. A bearing housing could be steel but it's
expensive to replace whereas the wood acts like a constant, cheap,
replaceable bush as well as a housing. The table prob won't move but to
cover that it could be reinforced on the underside with a light steel
frame. Not everything needs to be made from metal to last. It's all about
the requirements/regularity of the jobs in comparison with overall cost.
I'm sure a 12inch steel router will stand the test of time over this one in
industrial conditions. But this was what he needed and wanted to build.
G510Gamer: ok so what does this thing do?
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
Victor Manuel Gordillo Hernández: muy bonito tu canteador ademas de ecologico jaja por el uso de elementos
Eduardo Augusto da Silva Gurgel: Por que seus vídeos não possuem legenda nem na lingua franceza nem na
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!
that0guy9: I'm not sure of the overall longevity of this but as far as workmanship
On another note I've been loving watching your videos and love them
especially the ones you did on sharpening a plane blade and the anti
nielsen plane choices. I'm just starting out in wood working and it's
fantastic to have another perspective.
Ryan Anderson: The video was well-made and edited and the design of the jointer seems
fairly decent (except for maybe using wood as the material). I am more
worried about your safety, though. My grandpa was a shop teacher for 30
years and taught me a few things: always use a push stick or pad on the
flat side (planer/jointer/tablesaw, etc.), always wear closed shoes in the
shop (boots with good traction, preferably), wear safety glasses when doing
anything other than sanding by hand, and always de-energize the machine
when working on it. I noticed in a couple of the scenes, the motor was
unplugged, but I think you should take a more conscious approach about
safety, especially if you are making instructional videos. I really like
the idea of using a planer to make your own planer/jointer, though. Stay
Leonardo Rivera: Why is called jointer?
DeuceGenius: You are fascinating man. I really want to take some engineering classes I
could do stuff like this every day for the rest of my life
Jeb Kerman: More clamps!
MarioAxl: I want one of those
Lubita: wow!!!!!can i have that????
Ko Ngo: I wouldnt trust the wooden bearings..
truthcantbehide: what kind of wood u use here hdf? i mean what kind of wood u use when u
wanna make things tough for along time
وهيب صلاح: ارجوك ان تقراء عن الاسلام انت رجل عبقري
Esmerada Pérez Díaz: Desde colombia gracias por los videos estoy enpezando en la carpinteria y
tus inventos son lo mejor gracias
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.
Иванович Иванов: Приятно смотреть, сделано мастерски - молодец !
badoc limoune: Cher Matthias ,vous avez du génie !!!!
nilson ronaldo CDB-CDO-3: very good, matthias
Sir Allen James: I love how you make everything green.
Ishara Gamage: Awesome work (Y)
Rustem300: очень бы хотелось поучиться у него))
Lee Huber: More than Just Cool, very good Constitution
Alex K: you are very good! man!
Владимир Медведев: I thought the word "Jointer" should be connected with weed producer
How to DIY with Sammy Bones: +Matthias Wandel Cool video. Thanks for posting. Have a great day!
lTaxoml: разломать фирменный рейсмус
, чтоб из него сделать рубанок (фуговальный станок) это по моему глупо
разве, что если для этого взять поломанные ( непригодные для эксплуатации)
дмитрий викторович: ничертасе.
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
Olaf Albrecht: your ideas are fantastic.thank all
Walid ENG: if this is a homemade .. so what's workshop made??
koineking: Greetings Matthias! Love your work! Do you have a set of plans available
for this build?
Zurab Maghlakelidze: great idea bravo
Sound Charger: Joint ? Nice .. :))
mio mao: i really like it! grat job
chris ould: oh joint builder
EISENKOPF 1954: great job
Kevin Rega: i think you need one more clamp on that bad boy lmao
Altamir Silva: Amazing!!
Javier Rivero Cerro: Matthias eres un fenomeno , contigo se aprende un monton :quiero darte las
gracias por todo lo que nos enseña.
Meda mucha pena no entenderte pero solo con verte es suficiente.
Michael Trent: I always enjoy your innovative solutions.
onur akça: This man's brain, my brain more than five times running. Congratulations
GeneralSeptem: Is that an induction motor? I didn't think a variac would work on those.
jblo07: Nice machine. But think about a guard over the belt...