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It nice to see you’re eye for detail. Normally I would say it lost it’s originally because of the removal of the patina. On this one it was great by the way.
Thanks a lot
I love good coffee and also this kind of care and passion restoring old houseware.But honestly, I would make another piece of wood from scratch, not glueing it
I appreciate your oppinion, thanks for watching :-)
The restoration is great and all, but the filming and editing here is masterclass! The amount of time it must take to make sure that every piece is captured, in focus, and lit beautifully is mind blowing. Truly great content!
I like how he blued most of the metal to give it a ‘coffee’ colour and drive home the point that this device was designed for coffee! ☕️
I love seeing unusable antiques brought back to life. The restoration is great
Yes.. This MAN bringing back to life, something what is left behind, destroyed, not used by anyone.. Dont you think that is a great example of our existence too? If you left behind something, its not gonna transform something bigger and better and greater, but get dust, rust, and it'll totally destroy one day. So, that theory, what is teach us to believe millions of years ago the NOTHING explodes and here we are.. I say, ohh, come on... How can we be so stupid??...
Glad to hear that, thank you very much
He gives more love and attention to the coffee grinder than some parents give to their children.
No! All we see here is damn homosexual!!!!
this thread is kinda wild
Buying new screws instead of making them from scratch? Honestly I'm proud of you. This is growth.
I have the exact same coffee grinder on a shelf in my livingroom. It originally belonged to my great great grandmother and has been in the family ever since she got it some time in the late 1890's!
Kindly upload pictures asap
Wow! That's one cool family heirloom.
Could you upload pictures of your coffee grinder and share them so we can compare his result with the way it's actually supposed to look? Thanks!
damn that's like 130 years old
très belle vidéo.Je n'avais pas vu sur les autres vidéo le descriptif en Français, j'adore.
You have my utmost respect! You outdid my expectations with every single part. You were born for this. It's beyond well done!
Many thanks :-)
I Love My Mechanics videos 😍
I mean who doesn't? 😁😁😁
@Dale in propria persona better
I Love My Mechanics & TysyTube Restoration videos!
Nearly as good as the Tsyguy
Really nice restoration. I particularly appreciated not going the easy way and making a new wooden base, even after it broke! Using the original parts as much as possible is wonderful.
Thank you very much!
Love that color
Simplesmente não existe um canal de restauração melhor, o jeito com que você é perfeccionista e tenta aproveitar o máximo das peças é maravilhoso, meus parabéns
@Jessy Valeria nunca tinha procurado um canal sobre isso. Mas ameiiiiii esse q me recomendaram
sem duvida o melhor
It is so enjoyable to watch a skilled artisan fix something like this. And he has all the needed tools too which helps. Thank you for this great video.
My goodness, this is so complicated and interesting. It really makes me appreciate all of the work that went into both the original production and the restoration.
I really love the fact that you try to repurpose and reuse every object, and keeping them true and authentic!
Thanks, I'm glad you like it :-)
Огромное эстетическое удовольствие смотреть, как Вы работаете!!! Спасибо,что снимаете Ваш труд🤝👍
I absolutely love what you're doing. As a coffee enthusiast, this video was particularly endearing to watch :) One thing I would consider here though is replacing the burr completely. Technically it's functioning (as we saw at the end of the video) but these things really must have sharp and extremely precise edges, otherwise the grind quality will be subpar. With blunt edges, burrs crush beans instead of cutting them, and this leads to uncontrolled and uneven grinding.
@Donnie Darko tru but the burr is kind of the only real functional part of this item, kind of its heart in a way; I'm a little sad it wasn't replaced/refurbished xD
I don't think someone would actually use it for grinding coffee...that's a piece of vintage art nowadays
@ceset yup it leads to uneven grinds that lead uneven extraction of the coffee. Underextracted coffee tastes sour and over extracted tastes bitter. With uneven grinds, there will be both which is just unpleasant overall
@ceset if the beans aren't ground in a uniform manner then the flavors will not be extracted evenly and will lead to weak/watery or even sour tastes
What happens if its uneven or crushed? Tastes different?
Que trabalho maravilhoso! 👏👏👏👏
OOOH that's a nice one. Italian? You have a lot of great tools and tips. This was very interesting, and VERY well done. That metal lathing and building an entire new shaft was CRAZY. _AND_ that paint job! So fun to watch a master at his craft! Now the upgrade looks--and probably functions--better than new might have been!
Perfeitoooooo, não consigo parar de assistir 💚
Love your work mate! Keep up the good job 🎉
Thanks, will do!
Your work is fascinating, most excellent, and pleasurable to watch! As a former surgical nurse once captivated by the work, especially plastic surgery, I believe your thoughtfulness and attention to detail are extraordinarily similar, especially in quality, higher standard of acceptance, as if the inventor him/herself were beside you, judging the restoration, or the former owner who depended on it for a great, consistent grind. Wunderbar! For me, relaxing, separated from my pain, thank-you again. We’re I fortunate to have money, I without hesitation sponsor your work. I hope my thoughts are in their appreciation sufficient. Our surgical instruments, chosen for their exceptional quality, are made by folks like yourself, the finest complement I believe. Please continue!
Perfeito!!! Parabéns!!! Assisto o canal já algum tempo. Parabéns pelo conteúdo. Paz e Prosperidade!
Hey man, love you videos! Your crafting is so wholesome to watch. And you really succeed with the ASMR style. I'm curious what filler do you use (Brand / Name)?
Просто отдых для глаз, супер)))
belíssimo trabalho !
Como sempre, um excelente trabalho!
This is a great channel, I’m glad you take time with your uploads so you can make each restoration as beautiful as possible
good job bro
yes, brother! And why not!
Omg You're here, too.
Класс! Спасибо большое!!!
absolutely beautiful, stunning workmanship too!
Dizer que o resultado do trabalho foi excelente, é dizer muito pouco... Sensacional!....................
It might be possible to turn this into a functional grinder by retrofitting with modern burrs, maybe from a timemore or 1zpresso grinder, also adding a midpoint shaft stabilizer to reduce burr play. The edges on the inner burr shouldn't have been smoothed down, but the original burr set was toast no matter what
This man is an artist. Every single detail in his videos just oozes with quality. I think this may be THE best restoration channel un Clip-Share.
It’s all great until he manhandles the wood
Rescue and restore also has very high quality restoration videos. Can't recommend them enough
My though exactly
There are a lot of brilliant restorers on Clip-Share, and 'my mechanics' makes them all look like dogsh*t.
This is the most impressive achievement I have ever seen. Your knowledge, skill, conscientiousness, and talent are incredible. Not only is the project amazing, but your video is top notch. You should be very proud! Wow! I have so many questions and new things to learn. You've definitely earned a new subscriber!
Thank you very much, I really do appreciate it :-)
Muitooooo top! 👏👏👏👏
My oh my.. i really would love to have one of these in my house.. it would fit perfectly 😭. btw i love your videos i mean i watch you for a loong time (3 yrs with a small break🤡) and something still keeps me interested in watching your channel. keep doing great job 👍
@my mechanics no need to thank me im just saying the truth your content is fun to watch
Thank you so much for your support :-)
I saw the ground coffee and my head just went "now snort it" Amazing work dude! I personally love the rugged, rustic feeling so this isn't really my style. It's still amazing work tho. ^^
I was shocked when you made a new sticker. That's genius and it looks so good. Great work!
Details are everything
I just love the way you always improve on the original casting or machining - things look WAY better afterwards!
Это удивительно, когда ,казалось бы, бросовая вещь обретает вторую жизнь. Успехов в творчестве и жизни!
A lot of the sharp smooshed over corners are from your sandblasting. The same thing happens when you use a wire wheel on machined or stamped edges. Instead of rounding the edges like with a file or grinder, it pushes the material around and rolls it over. Maybe everyone already knew this, but I always thought wire wheels, sand blasting, and shot blasting were basically the same abrasive processes as grinding or sanding. I think the percussion of those little particles mostly slowly deforms the base material rather than removing it. It also knocks paint and crud off, and I'm assuming it does also abrade away the base material to some degree, especially with sand.
What I've learned is that there is a way to fix anything. This was awesome to watch.
Can we take a moment to appreciate the no music or special background just all normal and satisfying
@Yeah if he was Neo, as in the Matrix, some excellent Rammstein would be fitting. I like the peacefulness of the real production.
@tibbus like a capitulating show, drawing you not only to the moment, but into the workshop. For me, as noted, it separates me from my pain.
Amen to that! I get tired of extras that are not nessesary.
Was hoping for a loud, obnoxious techno soundtrack, bitterly disappointed
@Matt Blomquist he has another channel where he explains everything. you should check it out
Это восхитительная работа.Золотые руки
I love antiques, I would love to someday restore some myself, probably not with your level of expertise but at least attempt. Thanks for the inspiration!
He visto varios videos de cómo hacer su trabajo, son excelentes trabajos realizados.Muchas felicitaciones y le mando un saludo desde la ciudad de México!!!!
Просто отличная работа 👍🏼
Every item… anticipation…I MAKE A NEW ONE?Oh… he’s gonna fix it. That’s fine as well I suppose 🤣
Чё я непонял
Geoffrey, just imagine how your landrover would like like, if you would team up with MM and TT LOL... cheers, Ruud
That's one theory
@Rylan Storm the original parts is the original ship. Wether refurbished or not. So technically the latter would be the OG ship.
Definitivamente, me encanta tu trabajo, amo tus vídeos y lo mucho que me relajan, es increíble. 💖
Such incredible talent and attention to detail!
What you've made with second thread! Pure magic, dude!
Thank you very much :-)
Good jop 👌🏻👌🏻
That is a confident skilled man, swinging a hammer near that lovely paint work.
@Python 357 Yep, caught it... 100% I would damage the paint..
My sphincter tightened a bit watching that bit.
@Python 357 if you had watched the hammer parts at .25 speed you would see he never hit the the top at all. He was just holding the top piece down.
@Nathan Probably uses a punch.
@Python 357 When he has his finger on the dome it is the other side.
Wow, I can't believe you bought the screws, I've been on a bench watching all your videos is the first time I seen you purchase a part. Amazing work is always, you really got me hooked on your videos
Браво мастер! 👏 👍
Best restoration channel on the internet. Outstanding attention to detail! Just found you, subscribed. It is easy to see why you have over 3 million subscribers!
Шедеврально 👏🏼 Мастер с большой буквы
I was terrified that I wouldn’t see him grind some beans. As ALWAYS he used the item he presented to us. What a great human being.
A real human bean
Not always. He didn't use the old soldering iron he restored.
This guy is the Roger Federer of his craft. Unmatched dedication in camerawork + editing, plus all the incredible attention to detail. The only restoration channel that actually makes me smile in the process, because he shows such a great deal of respect for these antiques! You sir, deserve many, many more million subs!
Действительно хорошая работа 👍
Another 11 out of 10. Very, very enjoyable to watch. Keep up the fantastic work!
Amazing, thanks for the good work
"I need to replace these two screws..."YES"I bought new ones"Wait, that's illegal.
He usually doesn’t buy screws or bolts or nuts because he doesn’t want them to have zinc coating, cause he usually does something extra to them like bluing.
ERROR...ERROR....DOES NOT COMPUTE.....DOES NOT COMPUTE...
“He can’t do that! Somebody shoot him or something!”
oh man unsubcribed
Muito lindo seu trabalho
Another awesome restoration job by My Mechanics. Well done! Thanks for sharing!
Simply AMAZING! What talent! Thank you for sharing.
I was here! :) As you may know from my "Coffee break series" around the world, I love coffee! And to see you restore this old Italian grinder, made me put my guitar aside and make a cup of strong coffee! Ahhhh... delicious! I old wish it had been grinded in this one!Thank you my friend for making me forget the world around me for 20+ minutes!Per-Olov
@HoneybeeSami👑🎗 now it is five
@John Kenneth yo
@Lazarus Walks Now, there are three comments.
@my mechanics why are you the only comment?
Awesome! Thank you!
Как же повезло этой кофемолке, что оказалась в ваших руках.
Я не смотрю ваши ролики,я любуюсь вашей работой. Отдельный восторг заслуживает чистота вашей мастерской. Такая же чистая получается у вас и работа👏👏👏👏
This is one of the most enjoyable video I watched on Clip-Share. Every moment, every minute - pure entertainment. You are so very meticulous and crafty. Its the passion that took you to this height. Many Congrats.
The thing I like most about this restoration is the attention to detail. Just incredible. And quite beyond my skillset.
Best restoration I've seen all year. You've taken something old and almost broken and turned it into something better than it was when it was new. Nice work.
@Tito Rigatoni thanks! Just didn't want to see your comment go to the used car lot! Lol✌By the way, I have always preferred the classics and got my hands on an 81 chevy g20 van w/55k original miles and I'm the 2nd owner! (It's the newest ride yet! Prefer 1970 & older) Having the paint job redone due to my other half trusting to quickly and the paint is peeling. I so want a sand blaster! Lol, hoping to hybrid too! Oh. Most importantly! I always make a profit on my rides whether I do any upgrades or not! 👍
@Grammie's gotta BB Gun yeah no doubt. Over-restoring a car requires pride in workmanship, striving for excellence, always doing your best. I didn't mean to imply it was a negative thing - over-restored cars are literally better than showroom new, and it takes a lot of skill and effort to bring an old used car to that level..
@Tito Rigatoni in the productive world, we call it pride in workmanship, striving for excellence, always doing your best......🤷♀️☝
In the car trade we call this "over-restored" :-D
Amazing work 🔥
Glad you enjoyed it!
Another Excellent and Interesting Video. You are a great Restoration man. 👍
All those precise measurements with the wood work. I'm amazed.
The attention to detail and the aesthetics are what makes me come back to this channel since the last 3 years that I've known about it.
C'est fou ta chaîne me détend plus que toutes les chaînes ASMR réunies 😂 C'est magnifique de contempler cette passion ! Continue et merci pour ce contenu sur YT !!
Wow 😯!!!! You are a master!!!! New subscriber from México 🇲🇽 I LOVE HOW YOU WORK WITH THIS ANTIQUE! 😍
I’d give anything to just WATCH this guy do all this stuff in person all day.
Absolutely professional … seeing you work is like a form of meditation. So perfect . 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🌲🌿
This is not a restoration, this is a perfection of its own level. True mastership and dedication!
Perfect! Every single detail on this restoration is spotless!
Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it :-)
Wow! You are a Master Restorer. It is a pleasure watching you bring your skills to each project.
Outstanding. I want one just like it!
Красота какая! 🤗
You did not only restore that coffee grinder, you improved the design thanks to superior skills and more advanced machinery
Glad to hear that!
It's amazing what can be accomplished if you aren't under pressure to complete, box and ship so many hundred units by 5pm.
@Akyde If you want the most flavor and caffeine possible out of the coffee bean, then you do need a super fine grind.
@Arch-Zero That is always his goal. Making a new part is always the last resort.
Pretty sure he wanted to use the original materials as much as possible
The restoration of the wood parts was perfect!
I love the way these videos are made. The detail is great! The right tools make a difference!
Я заметил, что вы восстанавливаете вещи очень качественно, практически до нового состояния, устраняя все, вплоть до малейших отклонений.
Вау. Какая огромная работа!
That's a really nice grinder. Looks like an even grind size too.
Love your video. Watching from Oregon USA. Great attention to detail and appreciate you taking an old thing and making it new. 👌
You did a brilliant job as usual. Far better than I could ever do. My one concern though is the turning knob, I would have reversed the thread as its operation will cause it to unscrew.
Было из натуральных материалов, а теперь декоративное, после всяких эпоксидок я бы там зерна кофе молоть не стал бы. Они очень запахи впитывают.В общем выкраси да выброси проект по сути оказался ))
I already press “like” button before the video started because this guy is THAT good.
@Syahfi triatan ю9
We all do!