Lee Huber: More than Just Cool, very good Constitution
Sound Charger: Joint ? Nice .. :))
mio mao: i really like it! grat job
Василий Самурай: how to make a wooden surface gauge?
Michael Trent: I always enjoy your innovative solutions.
Chaitanya Vedak: So Far So Good... Nothing Exploding... hehehehehe
Livio Maritati: Bravissimo!
onur akça: This man's brain, my brain more than five times running. Congratulations
Altamir Silva: Amazing!!
Kevin Rega: i think you need one more clamp on that bad boy lmao
chris ould: oh joint builder
Franz Günter Bader: great job
James Lester: I love your engineering sense. Well done!
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
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...
Daniel Kirton: Dreaming of a future workshop, where maybe a project like this could be
Dan Barclay: isnt the thicknesser more useful?
warrentomberlin: Mr. Wandel: I believe you could build a time machine out of wood!
Jean: 6:34 OMG these shoes !
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".
ThePeti33: Good Job!
Pavel Kraus: You are best!
gtfsfhdfgjhn: you are a jewel man, nice working
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 ?
hi 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.