Greynerd: Is there a need to spin the wood that fast. With the first stage of roughing out, turning the wood slowly by hand against a high spinning router would nake the process much less risking
Joey Bryson: Very intuitive and I agree with the safety comments (To be completely honest with you, I would have done the same. Greatly appreciated comments
best funny: hi
SAMRODIAN: Well done young man. I am very impressed .You might think however of using a small ball race to follow your profile in order to make the router transition more smoothly and thus get a better finish also I would try a round nosed bit to see of you get a better finish. Just experiment Seriously impressed with your little bit of kit. Try using a microphone next time as the sound quality isn't that great out.side
Houhou Takieddine: it is possible do give me the plan of mechine and thanks
kazbek: круто......станок самодельный???
ابو خالد فيصل:*****
yellapu srinivasara: work king
James Smith: so yr 20 coming on 60
Juan Cruz Fortunatti: I had to mute the audio, your voice is very annoying.
Azhar Qureshi: couldn't you give a close shot of vase in the end.............?
alberto alamo: alex god bless you
alberto alamo: brother you are the liverpool,tell me
Ferz Nator: omg! how old were you! awesome! great work, so brilliant!
jackmontreal1: Bravo bravo bravo...but plz NO gloves!!!
Esekiel Bascos: tnx for this verry informative video.
goukrun narainpersadh: hey, thats real good work.keep it up.
Ahmad Karjmjshagan: بسیار خوب
Vicente gil: dope but uuuhhhh does putting you router bit against a moving object increase friction and thus you run the chance of messing with the bits tempering?