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?
Daniel Freeman: I love the parallelagram mechanism combined with the crank handle. It looks
very useful for quite fine adjustment. 😊
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
pmdelgado01: Very nicely done, by the way, would you have plans for sale, in Costa Rica
a chinese made jointer that is of a very questionable quality runs for
about 189k colones which is about $346 USD, that's almost half the salary
of a professional.
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
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".
ThePeti33: Good Job!
Pavel Kraus: You are best!
taurus2001dohc: This man is a genius. Finally YouTube lives up to its potential! Keep
da mien nguyen hoang: thanks thanks ...
crzykd: 100 times wow
Matthias Wandel: Bought the planer on sale at Canadian Tire
Luiz Sergio de Carvalho: No matter why they did this, but the wonderful work, congratulations.
fuzzybunie: Actually it's called a jointer because this is exactly what it does. It was
first used to reshape multiple stock boards into flat, uniform thicknesses
so they could be joined in parallel, side-by-side in order to create wider
franco fabian cardozo: si compro los planes por el sistema pay pal , cuanto tiempo me tardan en
llegar los planos ?
Im eric: u should use a bolt cutter instead of a grinder
mittsdad: Outstanding job. You've a knack for precision machine work. This was great
to watch. Thanks. Pete
Paul Ricalde: Hey Matthias, This is incredible! Thanks!!
LePilkin62TV: Была хорошая вещь- получилась деревянная игрушка.
Matthias Wandel: Click on the link in the description for more about the jointer, and you
will also be able to find a link to the page where I sell the plans
Matthias Wandel: Then see my video on the thickness sander.
Ron Briz: I am very impressed with not only your woodworking, but mechanical assets
as well. I hope you have started using push pads when especially planing
the face. A friend of mine lost 2 fingers when the board was shot out and
his hand went down on the blades. But that surely was some good work there.
Thanks for sharing.