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ROBOFORMING: The Future of Metalworking? (I Had NO IDEA This Was Possible) - Smarter Every Day 290

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  • @smartereveryday
    @smartereveryday  14 days ago +1

    The Manufacturing Series is AWESOME. If you like awesome things and hate spam, you can sign up for the email list here::

  • @pierredelecto7069
    @pierredelecto7069 14 days ago +2

    I love how the CEO's look like a machinist, not a banker. Respect.

  • @johnny_eth
    @johnny_eth 14 days ago +7

    Really liked seeing the CEO and employees explaining their work with pride.

  • @nsquezada27
    @nsquezada27 Day ago +532

    I love how happy these guys were to share. Especially mark. When he said "we can do whatever we can imagine" that was the most genuine smile I've ever seen

  • @dasarleno303
    @dasarleno303 Day ago +151

    As an engineer one has to really appreciate the complexity of the task, coupling flexible multibody dynamics with non linear solid mechanics and being able to run it an control it real time. Under the apparent simplicy it is really like magic

  • @mixispid
    @mixispid Day ago +87

    Of all the things, this is the smartest episode I've ever seen. The amount of disciplines brought together in this process is just phenomenal.

  • @JerryRigEverything
    @JerryRigEverything Day ago +214

    So freaking cool.

  • @AnOwlfie
    @AnOwlfie Day ago +173

    It's only Destin that can interview and have such an engaging conversation with experts in these industries.

  • @streetmp
    @streetmp 14 days ago +1

    Seeing the CEO so involved and in a work uniform, perfectly describing and knowing his stuff was nice to see. They seem like a great group of people.

  • @ChainsawChristmas
    @ChainsawChristmas Day ago +75

    The insanely complicated process of designing this machine can't be truly appreciated without seeing the engineers pulling their hair out while building it. This is incredible.

  • @TexotikChannel
    @TexotikChannel Day ago +30

    What an interesting process. I love how the employees seem really engaged and knowledgeable with the process. Also, funny they mentioned the sr71. I'm reading the book "skunk works" and it actually mentioned how working with titanium was such a pain.

  • @fcoiejtro
    @fcoiejtro Day ago +302

    You're such a skilled speaker for this sort of material! You are familiar with it just enough to ask the appropriate questions, but not enough to make you lose your excitement. I ADORE IT.

  • @chris-felittle2834
    @chris-felittle2834 Day ago +13

    This is way cool. Sort of like 3d printing, but not additive or subtractive. I love their reaction at about

  • @EricPalmer_DaddyOh
    @EricPalmer_DaddyOh Day ago +52

    My mind is blown. These guys are so smart, and so is Destin. It's amazing that Machina is willing to talk about it.

  • @landothegreatest666

    I never get tired of Destin and his enthusiasm and respect for the people he speaks to on these videos

  • @user-xv5kl1yx3o
    @user-xv5kl1yx3o 21 hour ago +1

    I love how open their team was about sharing how this works and how they accomplish it!

  • @siobhangraham7280
    @siobhangraham7280 Day ago +1

    Robotics is such a fascinating subject, and the engineering that goes into them is spectacular

  • @maximedufour5132
    @maximedufour5132 Day ago +5

    What an absolutely fascinating subject! I have recently completed my bachelors in engineering and one of my favorite modules was robotics and image formation, where we learnt all about multiple axis robots, and how to determine End Effector positioning, velocities etc. Seeing this being applied in real world applications and having to consider even more due to the forces on each axis is amazing! Thanks for the great I site into where modern engineering is taking us!

  • @steeldriver8577
    @steeldriver8577 14 days ago +2

    As an automation engineer, nothing gets me more giddy than installing a new robot.

  • @jonkerr2050
    @jonkerr2050 Day ago +4

    I love your real world videos. I didn’t go to college. I did the whole AP physics and Chemistry in high school thing. I love learning. But I hated school and wanted to start working. Videos like yours are great because I learn a ton, I can understand what’s being discussed even without having the formal education. And in some instances have been able to apply things I’ve learned to my own projects. Thank you so much for your content. I love it.