Carol Gavin: Thanks for sharing your design idea's....at the rate you're going you're
headed to becoming the new Capt' Eddie Castelin...which as quite the
compliment. I'm going to take a spin at your design after I finish building
my take on a Snake Hollowing System this weekend and I'll make available
any suggestions that I think will enhance your design in a positive light.
fırat re: seni youtubeden izliyorum gerçekten güzel şeyler yapıyorsun tebrik ederim.
başarılar dilerim. ben türküm. türkiyeden yazıyorum. ismim fırat. yani
ingilizce bilmiyorum. fakat google translateden çeviri yaparak yazdım.
kevin cudjoe: Hey awesome video but can you tell me the advantages and disadvantages that
u have experienced using the router which has a moving cutter opposed to
using a fixed one?
Jonto Dickens: Nice one! You may get smoother action from your copier by swapping out the
drawer slides for some linear motion bearings with flanges to mount your
support deck that the router sits on. I have found this method give a
smoother action which leads to more accurate cuts.
long luongthanh: Homebuilt Router Copier Lathe: http://youtu.be/iV5TgkaRLrk
Harry EW: Very impressive design and build. I salute you.
Pretty cack-anded with that jap saw though mate ;)
northhand: Nice work. Love it
the430movie .: Great job buddy!
J Alan: Would not a round router bit with an equal round pin cap be better for
Jai Guru: Oh this is just brilliant. I am genuinely jealous, I cannot afford a lathe
and I want one in the worst way. Very well done!
42guitars: for better results on carving use a round bit and matching stylist you wont
get all those sharp edges when turnning
GILLEBRATH: Great idea. that copier jig and nice vase . I have a lathe and never use it
. Thanks for the inspiration to get at it again. Thanks for sharing this.
Nikola Boskovic: +ThisWoodwork +ThisWoodworkVlog Can I ask you which model and
caracterstics of motors on the lathe ? :) Thanks in advance
James Nicoll: 4.46 u nearly snapped your arm those sleeve on your shirt were too close to
the moving material
don callender: good job nice work
OneManHowTo: Smart...very smart
BlueMacGyver: You could try a Miter Lathe Combo like the one on my channel for improved
speed I find when turning wood it is just too time consuming.
Michael unknown: cool ! Thank you so much for inspiration !
eloy leonardo: Muy bueno
wambutda rotji: you people are amazing.please I need an update every time.
Gene Grissom: Alex, I am 66 yrs old and love to work with wood sometimes but I am no
where near as good as you and never will be as I don't have the tools to
work with. Anyway, I wanted to make a suggestion on your router lathe.
From what I see, the bolt you use as a guide on your template needs to be
ground to a point. I say this because I noticed that you were jerking
around with the end of the bolt as it were. So you might try to grind it
down and see how that works.. You might even consider attaching a glass
cutter with the small roller to your guide. let me know what you think if
you can I'm Gene Grissom at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for some great videos Keep up the good / great work
Bouseba Adam: I cant understand some dumbs who dislike the video
Biryuk__37rus WOT: You Americans are morons!
Victor Mota: esto mui mui incrible congradulations
Bikefarm Taiwan: Good job mate! Keep it up, it is good of you to share your progress.
Marian B: beautiful vaze :) nice job! :)
jose Espinoza Mere: very good
Zied BA: very interesting
Jose Manuel Cordova Solis:
Mohamed Mesla: how can i get some thing like this please
magvegas: you look stoned all the time :p
truthdefender54: I would use a smaller bit with a rounded end. That should give a smoother
finish as it mimics the profile of standard turning tool. Just a thought.
John Schneider: Brilliant
joandar1: Nice Gadget, shows inventiveness. I would like to make one comment for the
benifit of any that are not aware. That is that to obtain an acurate copy
of your sample profile it is very important that the stylus (you look to
have used a bolt) is the same profile as the cutter used. If it is
different from the cutter size then dimensional changes will be evident in
the finished product. Cheers from John.
Nicolaas Leach: Nice!
SmrdimJakRum: Awesome work! I´m impressed that you´re using a milling machine to cut the
shape on the lathe. Is it dangerous? I always using only wood chisels
because I´m afraid that even slowest speed of the lathe will kick it out
and broke my milling machine.. Do you have some trick? (Sorry for my bad
english, I hope you know what I mean:-)) Cheers from Czech Republic
guitarslf132: 3:52 Dude never use cloth near machinery!! D: Unlike paper it won't tear if
icouldntmakeupaname2: You sound like you are bored
Rodrigues Sagás: His work shows great accuracy and fine finish. Working with wood is even a
divine gift to the few who can do it with dexterity and wit.
Congratulations on the very beautiful work. Here where I live,
Florianópolis, SC, Brazil, working with wood but in building miniature
radio controlled wood and have too much trouble finding people who can
circumvent delicate pieces for my thumbnails. Hugs from Brazil.
ThisWoodwork: No I am still building it I am afraid, on top of trying to get out other
projects I don't spend much time on it sadly. Really sorry, Alex.
RuMpLe StilTsKiN: Excellent stuff! I was waiting for that rasp to go flying @ 03:48 :(
macmen007: You are a woodworking FOOL! NICE!
Sam Smith: I was thinking the same thing jim, except flat face pin & tool to
rough.....The radius of the pin needs to be as small, or smaller, than the
smallest radius on the template....... Good job Alex!