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Everyone on Clip-Share: "Fix your broken switch of the sandblaster"My Mechanic: blurs switchlol...
@Kenny bruh chill out
@Lucas Bolinger So insetad of helping him and answer his question to show some kindness towards a fellow mate you prefer to use your time and effort to offend him by questioning his english skill? It is really sad to see how the ego of people takes over their natural sense of empathy and let them show their ugly side. A little kindness and empathy goes a long way my friend. It is exactly what we are missing in these days where more an more people are divided and missing the human connection. I am not saying that it was in any way dramatic how you responded but I just think it´s unfortunate, because you took the time to answer then why not respond in a positive way? Why prefer the negative way that could offend someone else and start an argument which is completley unnecessary and avoidable. I believe in a "butterfly effect" whereby the small positive or negative interactions spread and multiply. I think it is way more constructive and rewarding to be part of the positive and contribute to the multiplication of it, so that the world can be a peaceful and prosperous place for everybody.I really hope that you reflect on it and maybe you grow and be part of the positive even if it is as small as an interaction in the yt comment section. Mr White: "„Blurs“ switch? What does that mean?"
Всегда приятно смотреть когда человек умеет вернуть к жизни старую вещь.Очень интересно и познавательно.Смотрел от начала и до конца.Однозначно лайк и подписка.
I've said it before I'll say it again Love the attention to detail 👌. Every part gets a once over.This is one of my favouritesLOVE YOUR WORK my mechanics
Nice to hear that, thank you very much :-)v
After thinking abou this channel for some time, it occurs to me that these restorations are a form of time travel. We are seeing the original item, newly purchased, as if we lived in the day when it was new. How marvellous.
If only I could restore my life-
@Michael Lovely that’s a good point. When someone shows you a rusted lump of metal and says this is what they used in the so and so years, it’s easy to think it was the stone age. Seeing them in this light shows the style and ingenuity of things like this used long ago. I love it.
Some might call what My Mechanics does is restoration; I call it a revival and a look into the past because it is through antiques that we can see what life was like for our ancestors when they used them for everyday household tasks. A prime example of this would be the restoration of the antique Ox tongue iron that My Mechanics restored. His restoration of this iron showed us viewers what our great-grandmothers used to iron the clothes.
@my mechanics когда это- то,что хочется💯👌🛠
Ah! So that’s why I love it so much!!
I swear, when he is finished with most of these, the restoration is actually better-looking and in better working order than the original. Inspiring work!
Basically he doesn't need to make these to a price that will return profit . So he can clean up castings, make tighter tolerances ... .
I think it’s because he’s making one…as opposed to a production line of many.
As i commented, is THE GOLD EDITION of the restored item!PLATINUM?
The *range* of techniques you know is just mind-boggling. You shoot *exactly* the correct amount (in seconds) of each topic. The photography is so brilliant, clear, and every shot is perfectly framed whether from 1 cm or 30 cm away. I can never get over how ingeniously you approach each little difficulty. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!!!
@David Oliver you know the saying "Jack of all trades, master of none"Its like he took that as a personal challenge.
@David Oliver Exactly, pretty average! ;)
Oh you know, just your typical, expert woodworker/blacksmith/welder/metallurgist/engineer/CAD designer/fabricator craftsman.
Eben, the next time I want to say something, I’m going to say: “ Go talk to Eben, he’ll say it better”
This is the perfect comment!
Seriously man I've watched all your videos sometimes more than once and your attention to detail blows me away every time. I can't wait for when you upload new videos. You are the best at what you do on Clip-Share!
Thank you very much, I really do appreciate it :-)
The use of real brass on the viewing window trim was a very nice touch. It will likely age and take on patina similar to the new pan. You always make something better than it was originally.
Thank you very much :-)
This dedication to a craft is extraordinary, it’s refreshing to see the lengths that this guy goes to, to recreate what the original piece looked like and worked like, especially in the “throw away culture” that we live in. I’m in absolute awe watching this post, and will be subscribing to see more👍❤️
One of my favorites. It rarely can get more “My Mechanics” than this. Masterpiece.
Nice to hear that, thank you very much :-)
I can't believe the incredible amount of patience you have. You take throw away stuff and turn them into works of art.
Thanks, I'm glad you like it :-)
Pure eye candy! I love your love to details. It encourages me to do the same in my projects. Thanks for posting and please keep on!
My goodness is there anything you can’t do? In restoration shops there are different departments were different men and women work at their particular skill. You do it all! You seriously do everything. You are so blessed to have such talent and skills. Are you self taught or did you have instruction? Even the amount of tools and the quality of tools that you have is beyond belief. I’m sure you made many of them yourself. You are quality all the way!
Absolutely beautiful. Well done! What an amazing restoration..so many parts and each one handled with care. Love your videos!
Oooo! Metal spinning! Well done.
@Toaster having a bath captain obvious smh.
@Memphees Hernández what
@Harley Klein captain! Haven't seen you in a while!
We all know what it’s called
Its called a lathe
Завораживает! Спасибо, что нет музыки))🙂👍
Delighted to see you using the Beverley Shear that you rebuilt. They are a useful addition to any workshop.
Это было сложно, увлекательно, а результат превзошёл все смелые ожидания. Мастер своего дела.
@John King use google. No one requires the translation of comments in English, are you special?
@John King возьми и переведи . Никто же не требует перевод под каждым англ комментарием.
Приятно встретить коммент который можешь прочитать)
@mOhsen. I am happy you agree! Google is amazing....lol
@Ron Albright موافق هستم.
That scale came out perfect 😳 So many small machined parts. This is like magic to me. I'm so impressed by your skills 👏🏻👏🏻
Wow, this can be easily one of the best video that you have made in this channel, it has everything, all treatments, a complex mechanism, new ways to do parts (this plates by pressure metal sheets), a precious final work, everything!!!. Thank u for creating this, you made the world a better place, never stop, please, never!!
@my mechanics when's the next video coming?!
Jhonattan Baez just wait, he’s about to make a new one. Been a while since I watched, still great.
@my mechanics You realize of course that you are a god. Well ... A demi-god at the very least.
@AAAyyyGGG I already watch all his videos and he never used powder coating. I've been waiting for that glorious moment...
AAAyyyGGG Really? I haven’t seen all of them, but I didn’t see him using it lately. But if he already uses powder coating, then this is, hands down, the best restoration channel out there... :)
I love how the older projects like the Beverly shear and the arbor press make appearances
It's so awesome and satisfying to watch you use tools that you have fixed/restored from previous videos to fix/restore current items. Excellent!
I just discovered your videos, and after a binge session, I probably experienced more drama, suspense and intrigue than anything I would have got from the equivalent time spent on a movie or couple of TV episodes.You are a master of your craft, and pay astounding attention to detail in your restorations. As such, I trust you won't think I'm being petty when I say that, I wish you had tested the accuracy of the scale in its original state... I don't know whether anyone else has mentioned it.It doesn't change the fact that your work here, as with all the other pieces, is ausgezeichnet.
Videos are amazing, saw one and got trapped in them. Also learned few new things how to do, like first one simple but i never thought of it - welding up material to fill dents. Now have lot of content to consume and level up my own skills. Amazing job !!!
This is a man who goes to the effort of custom-making and blueing screws for the underside of something almost nobody will see.. I'm in love
@Jackson Maner is that why its pixelated out, was wondering wth that was about.
Why is the metal cold brushed or have bluing used? I know about heating and quenching metal but the other is new to me.
10 million views later…
10mil people saw it dude what u on about?
Almost nobody? Dudes video hit 10 million views
Это потрясающе🤩 смотрела без перемотки, все так чётко и слаженно🔥 браво мастеру👏
Myślałem że w internecie już mnie nic tak pozytywnie nie zaskoczy 🙂Już pomijając absolutne mistrzostwo w renowacji tych przedmiotów. Filmowanie, montaż, dźwięk - tzw.profesjonalne filmy się chowają. Twoje są oskarowe🙂
I love how your thought process goes.. "I can't repair this." "I'll just make a new one."
In a throw-away world, how brilliant to see these processes completed with patience and skill like this. Very therapeutic.
Glad you like it :-)
Another fantastic restoration. This one was very technical and I can see why you say it was you most challenging and best restoration to date. Thanks for sharing!
I don't think the original designer ever imagined that this scale could be as beautifully detailed as what you produced.
Since it's a copy of an older design, nah. Never in a million years.
Wow! Every time I watch his videos I see at least two things he does that makes my jaw drop to the floor with sheer wonder. Mesmerizing to watch, and very enjoyable to see a master at work, even if it is only his hobby.
The shop, tools and machinery always looks so clean 👍
It looks fabulous! Great job! ❤️
Parabéns, que perfeição,suas mãos são abençoadas!🙏😍👍👏
I love the editing on these. They have great rhythm and flow and it makes the video fly by. Other restoration Clip-Sharers have boring videos that I force myself to sit through because I want to see the finished product, but these videos are interesting from beginning to end.
With every restoration, that's one tool that would have gone to the landfill restored to pristine condition to be used again for years and years to come! Keep fighting the fight against landfill waste! It ought to be our damn RIGHT to repair EVERYTHING we own!
3 second rule: Only show a particular action/shot for 3 seconds.
I find his videos so calming and relaxing, its a real pleasure. Thought Id have a look at others but the constant use of higher speed felt stressful to watch as you might miss something important and dont unterstand whats going on anymore.I think him taking his time while working on the object, focusing on precision instead of speed, then edited with lots of cuts but also always showing whats going on in real time on top of a great instinct for what matters and what doesnt make these videos the best by miles, at least of the ones I found.So if you know any other good uploaders that create the same emotions, please let me know.
@JCatrileo Yes, he shows us what we want without drawing it out. When flattening something, he taps it three times, then shows that it's flat. When threading something, he twists it three times, when spraying something, he sprays it three times. Boom, boom, boom, done. And I always watch them on 2x speed :)
Fantastic attention to detail. Your machining skills are awesome. This scale is better than new! Bravo!
The Beverly shear AND the press. I love seeing the previously restored tools in use.
This guy is an absolute genius. The most beautiful and lovely handwork I have ever seen in my whole life. You restore my faith in Humanity everyday . Thanks so much for sharing your work with world.
Wow, amazing full restoration and wide range of skills.
This was possibly my favorite video of yours. There were so many components to it. You work with such care and precision. I know there are many others on Clip-Share who do similar videos to yours, but I don't believe that any of these compare with your degree of exactness and excellence of craftsmanship. I have no experience whatsoever with this type of work, but I'm fascinated by your videos, and I love them. Brilliant!!
As I watch other restorations I find myself anticipating what you would do and then become rather disappointed because they didn’t make new parts from scratch.. you are an inspiration to us all and definitely for other resto guys!! Keep it up!!
Absolutely amazing!!! I'm so in love with your work!!
Very best quality restorations I've seen, so many other channels just bring the object down to bare metal and don't even treat the surfaces! You bring it back to the way it would have looked when new. Thank you for doing the job right, I enjoy and will continue to enjoy your videos.
I love how much I passively learn while watching your videos! Our tools used to be so straight forward, I wonder if there will be someone someday restoring macbook pros’s and microwaves like this :p
I'm pretty sure that my dad, who passed away in 2006 at age 78, would finegle a way back to earth just to binge watch EVERY perfectly precise restoration. He was a 'pattern maker' in Ohio for a German company that makes machines that make the parts. He knew his way around the shop and restored and fix whatever came his way. But My Mechanics is on a whole other level, I so wish Dad could enjoy and appreciate this outstanding work, as I do, with fond memories of watching Dad attacking projects in my childhood. Thank you Sir!
Yea this reminds me of mine to, while not in the same trade he was magical with all types of metals and was a genius when it came to making things and even making special tools if he needed something he could not find or did not exist. Right there with you Barbara, I can waste a whole day just watching this artisan at his craft!
NEW WHOLESOME LEVEL UNLOCKED !
@Shack Man God bless their souls.
Ditto my Dad was a millwright in a Pennsylvania steel mill he would have loved this channel. He used to watch Bob Ross paint. I don't think any repair man or builder of any sort ever stepped foot on our property.
Wow, that is stunning and I would adore it in my kitchen!
Watched this one twice now. Love your restorationes. They leave me in awe.
Brilliantly shot and edited, dazzlingly talented, amazing tools. Just wildly satisfying.
The precision, patience and love I see in these videos. I find them so soothing.
Many thanks :-)
The ultimate restauration to a standard better than new: a joy to watch...(as always)
Did you see the lamp restoration? Gorgeous ! I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a quality paint job in my life.
@John Foxx ; In German it is "Restauration", so just a grammar error on Job's part.
Don't assume this device is for use in a restaurant...
what an amazing workshop....love to watch you make what you need
Every video I watch on your channel, fascinates me more than the last, Keep going and thank you .👍👍👍
I’m sitting here impressed with the attention to detail recording dude’s work. Camera angles, close ups, etc. I’m scratching my head thinking ‘Dang, this took some skill to record and edit.’ And that’s not saying anything about the craftsmanship involved in restoring the gear. My hats off to you. You are an artisan. Subbed.
Großes Kompliment! An Genialität kaum zu übertreffen! Du bist technisch unglaublich versiert und es macht großen Spaß die Videos anzusehen.
Bonus points for using the Beverly Shear you restored earlier :)
100% agree. All the other restored tools as well!
He uses the stuff he's restored, quite often. Great.
Don't forget the Oiler at 9:00
And the Knurling tool
I think he uses one of the vices too
You, sir, have the steadiest hands of anyone I know of… if I had tried to cut out the new scale, it would have been MORE wrapped than the old one assuming it was even in one piece
Absolutely perfect soldering job on the bottom ring of the pan!
What quality of production in addition to everything else...admirable. Strange how much charm there also was in the unrestored piece with the patina and history.
Glad you enjoyed the video
Even if I had all the tools and machinery he has I'd still loose my mind trying to restore something of this magnitude. Absolutely amazing job.
lose not loose
So now you're a tinsmith spinning up bowls. Well that just takes the cake Mr. My. There seems to be no end to your talent in your pursuit of perfection. A joy, as ever.
absolutely mesmerizing to watch his talent !
5 mil invejosos deram deslike! kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk Trabalho maravilhoso, de muita paciência e dedicação. Meus parabéns!
This is so beautiful and such a treat to watch you make it so again!
Beautiful craftsmanship. Love it.
It's fun to watch the work of a great engineer.
I watch other restoration vids that pop up on my recommended, they dont come close. The skill, attention to detail and level of finish ive yet to see anywhere. Keep up the amazing work.
It’s amazing to me how you know how to make all these new parts on the lathe and have them come out perfect.
Fantástica a variedade de produtos restaurados, o dom que Deus lhe deu em perfeito uso!!! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
Espetacular, serviço de um autêntico profissional. Se 3u pudesse, daria mil likes,pena que posso confirmar um! Parabéns!
Such amazing attention to detail. I love these videos.
Nice to hear that, thank you :-)
Of all the amazing restorers on Clip-Share, this guy is on a league of his own.
He has a certain style that seems to work so well. I've seen other restorers but they don't do it for me.
It is simply astounding the amount of damage the interior pieces had taken, I can understand the springs having wore out but the metal pieces that were gouged? I suppose it could have been something that occurred during the manufacturing process and the company did not want to absorb the cost of substandard parts so they were used in spite of the damage.It is always a pleasure watching you refurbish your projects, watching a master craftsman at work is like viewing fine art.
Very satisfying. I was curious how the measurement would be correctly reset. It is pretty cool to see.
You always end up with an item that is far superior in workmanship, than the original manufacturer produced. I’m not sure if this destroys the value of the item, as a collectable but for me, the results are amazing and worth the effort you make.
Seus trabalhos são excelentes e dá gosto assistir
My goodness that turned out absolutely beautiful, great work my friend.
Thank you so much 😀
You haven't restored... You've made a new one!! Awesome work!
This guy needs to start creating and building things as well. He's insanely talented.
Unbelievable! Amazing work!!
The sheer quality of ALL his restorations are unmatched by any other restoration channel. After finding you, I no one else can compare.
Most other restoration channels do not have access to hundreds of thousands of euros worth of professional machine shop tools and equipment. And I mean hundreds, 1 hundred thousand isn't enough to cover everything he has there.
More like the shear quality.And the arbor press quality, and the oil can quality.
@Jarik C-Bol this is what happened to me. Now I am questioning why people are not sanding out cast marks and polishing the heads of every nut, bolt and screw. The Hand Tool Rescue guy does some really cool stuff but he never makes anything shiny. Bolts must be polished, no exceptions.
Agree, but LADB is still a bit different in that they really go for the original. I like them a lot too.
Most of the other restoration videos I've seen, people just do a thorough clean up job and minor replacement. They don't go the lengths to actually make new pieces that this guy does.
I am in awe at your skill and love that you have every tool for the job. I suspect you have every tool known to man.
Спасибо! Потрясающая работа! Результат превзошел все ожидания!
Parabéns. Uma obra de arte
An excellent eye for detail and steady hands. Great videos.
When my mechanics calls something a 'masterpiece' you know that is exactly what it's going to be. Well done, this was absolutely beautiful to watch!
This is my favorite (so far!). Restoring and accurately calibrating a kitchen scale-next up-a microscope?
Your work is amazing. I would call this remanufactured not restoration. So many of the original parts were remanufactured and some modified. Speaking for myself, someone with far fewer tools, I would have liked to see more of the original parts restored. Thanks!
What a true work of art. I couldn't stop watching although I know nothing about engineering. Very relaxing film.
Excelente trabajo !!!!
2020 has been a dumpster fire of a year. We’re going to need you to make a new one.
Brand new 2020 is a dumpster fire though. Restoring it will only bring it back to its original terrible.
@Rachel E But I need my cheap likes! Quick! I need a relatable and unoriginal meme!
cut its a meme at this point which means its going to get overused.
@cut Poor baby, you want a tissue?
Parabéns, que vídeo legal.
There is no doubt you are the best restoration artist on Utube!, !
What most surprise me is the engineering behind all this machines, thanks for let us see your work and find out how things works
Glad to hear that, thank you!
You sir, are amazing. Such skills! Impeccable soldering and machine work!
Thanks for watching :-)
I recognize some of the tools he is using now as previous restorations. Now only does his work look top notch, but it works top notch also.
Wish he had used the oiler for... Oiling I guess xd
Metal Cutter thing!
Fascinating to watch! Such skills and equipment 👍🏼
Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it :-)
Amazing fit and finish! What a vintage piece!
Потрясающая работа! Все думал. откалибруются ли, будут ли функциональным предметом. или фетишем-декорацией. Но не понимаю зачем снимать фаски на всех оригинальных деталях, там где они не были сняты.
... These videos are some of the best treatment for my anxiety ever. The ambient sounds without voice or music, the text commentary, and the fact that something broken is being made whole and useful again... it all really helps, especially when the world is... not so good. Thank you so much for all you do.
@Margaret Watson Oh yeah, I love his stuff. It's not quite as sensory-overload friendly as these, just because he talks, but it's still good anti-anxiety.
Same for me, also if you like the channel a lot I suggest you check out Baumgartner painting restoration. His videos have the same vibe
Hey I feel you there, I have the same type of thing and I loved how you described it
I find it very satisfying to watch you repair these old trinkets that time all but forgot!