Once again, for the second time he saved himself 25 cents of material. Just to me over, i swear he's been taking lessons from an engineered climb over a mountain of urgence to one mechanic tap it tap tap, oh that sounded solid in the pursuit of perfection. Like a noble gas, the project expands to fill every available constraint. These are hardened pins, however, according to the hierarchy of materials, constant tongue glide at the tippy top diamond at the tippy top, but it's kind of constant tongue glide at the tippy top can cut hardened steel pins and these have gotten or maybe something's gotten magnetized.

We're going to put this back in the cnc and we're going to mill this down and put a beautiful pattern in there huh. What do you think? The problem, of course, is fixturing, which is very frequently the fixturing. That's we have the model he gave us. The model, which is nice and as every middle manager, well straw, boss to middle manager, will tell a machinist what the the hold up you got.

The model all you got to do is hit that big green button. Wouldn't you know what skynet get pissed off at me: the confuser ain't working him who's, the claptodius mill around oh yeah hm, oh, come on! Hmm woohoo! Do so you.

By AvvE

11 thoughts on “I made a cool thing.”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars CK's channel. says:

    Why would you use hardened pins!? They're supposed to be soft as shit so you can give 'em a smack what fer spreadin' the heads so they lock the scales on. Plus, they grind down to flush way easier (I noticed you still had some protruberance particularities at the end of the vid-j-o here…

    Also, if your tool gets wore out from extra whackin', softer pins are WAY easier to drill out and replace… Especially for when you finally give up on the stinky, allergenic, green-death-occurring, copper-based poser-gold bullcrap that is brass, and finally embrace the metallic miracle that is Niobium. <3

    Mohs of titanium, ductility of iron, hypoallergenic, expertly anti-oxidative, anodizable, weldable, and an absolute beauty of a metal in both its raw finish and anodized. Sure beats the shit out of the awful copper-based abominations!

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bryan Russell says:

    I don't get it. A fancy chisel? Is that all it does?
    I guess I could spruce up my own chisels. They are pretty ordinary. I think my daughter might have a bedazzler.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ant says:

    I like how you've hidden your subscriber count, probably the only person I follow who's done that. Who'd have thought the Youtuber with the dirtiest mouth would be the one to show the most class.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars lee batt says:

    I’d fix that faulty power switch asap. I like knowing my mill is definitely off when I’m changing my tooling. Summer fingers are useless for waxing the bean.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars peachmelba1000 says:

    Ah yes, "What's the holdup?!"
    So said one particularly stupid production manager I once worked under (on his last day of work), about ten seconds before indiscriminately hitting go on an idle, but not cutting, multiaxis machining center (Mazak Integrex), that the operator had walked away from to go to the tool crib. What followed was KABLAM! Machine fucked, him fired*.
    *He had assumed that the job he thought was running was being neglected, when in fact it had been finished, and a new set up was being finalized. Operator had gone to get a box of CNMGs or something, but had not yet converted the side two z offset to a negative number, so it was explained. When the machine was started, the head smashed into the spindle at full rapid. Sounded like a car crash in a box.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Simon Солома says:

    Why make a tool out of steel and wood that will last a long time when you can make it last forever with brass and steel

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars waldoman1127 says:

    I can no longer pick up a hammer OR a thumb detecting nut fucker without saying "tappy tap tap" thanks for that!

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rob Fulcher says:

    "Hope you enjoy! Don't die."
    Hmm…seems a tad formal for this kind of correspondence, but whatev.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars nevermorefuzzy says:

    You should cook the beaver that knawed on your handle on your CNC grill. still better then i could do. thumbs up.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Frank Tarant says:

    Helpful hint, when driving pins use a piece of rubber hose on the on the punch to hold the pin in place while you drive it.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Charles Tipton says:

    I caught myself blowing on the phone screen trying to clear the cuttings away. I think I will let my wife do all the driving for a few days.

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