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1883 Meat Slicer Restoration - Tucker & Dorsey Edition

  • Published on Mar 26, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • In this video I restored a meat slicer from 1883 - Tucker & Dorsey Mfg. Co. Indianapolis .
    Short infos about restoration:
    I started the restoration by disassembling this slicer. I immediately noticed that some parts were not original, some wooden parts could be restored, while others had to be rebuilt. I tried to preserve the originality of the product so that the restoration does not spoil its value and shape. Most of the metal parts, although they were in a degraded state and full of rust, I was able to restore them successfully. The main metal part, where the company logo is also inscribed, was painted gold and the part in direct contact with the food was chromed. I did not like this idea of chrome and food. After some searches on google I noticed that the company produced these slicers in several colors available at that time. They were: white, black, cream, yellow and full chrome. So for this restoration I opted for the yellow color because the contrast between the restored wooden parts and this color has a pleasant effect.
    Short infos about company :
    William H. Tucker fought at a number of important battles during the American Civil War and by some accounts attained the rank of General. Afterwards, he began selling "Tucker Alarm Tills" which incorporated a bell that rang whenever the till was opened. The device was based on several patents that had been issued to his father. He was eventually joined in this enterprise by Robert Dorsey of the hardware firm Dorsey & Layman of Indianapolis, Indiana. Together, they founded the Tucker & Dorsey Manufacturing Company in 1865. They eventually branched out into hardware and woodenware specialities, making more than thirty different kinds of goods and over 200 different specialties including cabbage slicers (more colloquially known as "kraut cutters"), mop wringers, towel rollers, clothes hangers and coat racks. Quality was high enough that Pullman coaches were outfitted with T&D coat racks, as were a number of prestigious hotels in North America and Europe. They also made factory trucks and carts, using parts from their other enterprise, The Phoenix Caster Company. At their height, they employed over 100 workers and exported one-eight of their production to foreign markets. In spite of his wealth, Tucker himself led a tragic life. He lost a brother, two sisters and his wife. In 1893, a horse he intended to trade got out of control during a training session. Tucker attempted to jump out of the buggy but got tangled in the lap robe and lines, and was dragged along the roadway, tearing the skin from his face and almost severing his nose. Suffering from depression, in September 1898 he arrived at the office early in the morning, took out the revolver left in a desk for the night watchman, and shot himself just below the heart. Apparently not satisfied with the result, he then shot himself again, this time in the right temple. He was only 54. He left behind a 15-year-old daughter, Willanetta. I can't find any record of how she got on after this tragedy. The company itself seems to have endured until 1977.
    Hope you will enjoy the video ! Cheers !
    #antiqueslicer #antiquemeatslicer #meatslicerrestoration

Comments • 1 764

  • Cool Again Restoration
    Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago +162

    I hope you'll enjoy the video and for any questions just leave comments ! I will reply to all ! cheers, David

    • Maria Olivares
      Maria Olivares 2 days ago

      ​@alex londra 😅

    • toaster4858
      toaster4858 2 months ago

      What's the oldest item you restored? And why did you start restoring things?

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  2 months ago

      It is just for display now and I want to last more years .

    • Paradox
      Paradox 2 months ago

      Seeing as this is gone be used for food. I can't help but wonder if it would not have been better to use a oil to treat the wood instead of varnish and staining it. Like nearly all wood cutting boards. Still will eventually leave varnish particles on the meat.

    • shadow stalk
      shadow stalk 2 months ago +1

      Thanks for not being slow.. to many restoration channels where they are just soooo sloooww and wanna shooww every last bit of rust on every bolt they pull out and just moove like a sloth cant stand it.. feels like a clear eye for dry eye commercial watching some of these people.. but this was straight to the point it looks like crap lets not make it look like that anymore..good video!

  • william kendall
    william kendall 3 months ago +565

    Very nice job. I'm impressed that you went for the full restoration. A lot of times I see equipment that is meant for food contact being restored with non-food safe finishes. After all "it's only meant for display". A true restoration restores the complete functionality of the object, including being able to use it for the original purpose. Fantastic work.

    • Candor Perlicious
      Candor Perlicious Month ago +3

      I agree. It's a very nice job well done. The ONLY thing I didn't like, and wish they didn't do, is to remove the tiny imperfections left over from the casting process. To me that is part of the appeal of the item. If it's not something that prevents it from working, I say leave it alone. Items of that era weren't perfectly produced and part of its history. Other than that I'm glad to see someone doing this because some of these older items are just works of art in themselves and have a nice old world charm to them.

    • Otame
      Otame Month ago +2

      @Donald Degen they also used to tell smoking is good for pregnant woman

    • barry
      barry 2 months ago +11

      @Matthew Matthewq there's always one.

    • Matthew Matthewq
      Matthew Matthewq 2 months ago

      ​@Cool Again Restoration It was not chromed it was nickel plated. Nickle plating is food safe and approved by the FDA. Nickle plating is used to this day for equipment that is in contact with food. . Not sure why you did not replate the stuff you powder coated it would have looked much better than that ugly yellow, and more original.

  • Demir Tulgay
    Demir Tulgay 3 months ago +200

    This guy even saved our eyes
    True talent ❤️

    • Rio Punk
      Rio Punk 19 days ago +3

      ​@Cool Again Restoration I really appreciate it. I usually watch these videos at night in bed so not being blinded by bright light is a positive for me.

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  25 days ago

      What is annoying?

    • Sam Sheffer
      Sam Sheffer 25 days ago

      ​@Cool Again Restoration you don't have to do that though, it's rather annoying.

    • Sam Sheffer
      Sam Sheffer 25 days ago

      This is unneeded though.

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago +8

      Thanks Demir 😊

  • Mister Odd Jobs
    Mister Odd Jobs 3 months ago +272

    I see several masterpieces here. The filming, the editing, the slicer, and the sandwich. Great stuff 👏 👍

    • Winjin
      Winjin 2 months ago

      @Kata Seiko surely you mean the wire cutter from a couple months back) Also, in CIS and Finland (at the very least, probably elsewhere too) they sell pre-sliced cheese - and it's like, completely normal cheese, not something that's only resembling cheese. Young New Zealand Cheddar looks like this.

    • Winjin
      Winjin 2 months ago

      Was only missing some pickles or lettuce imo, I just love crunchy greens with my meats and cheeses!

    • Kata Seiko
      Kata Seiko 2 months ago +2

      @davedave I think that stuff can't be legally called "cheese". It's "cheese-like sandwich spread" or something like that. And I'm disappointed that it wasn't cheese cut from a block with that nice new slicer.

    • Phil
      Phil 2 months ago +2

      @Papa P thought I was tripping

    • Papa P
      Papa P 3 months ago +4

      you forgot the mickey mouse

  • WeKnowEDKH
    WeKnowEDKH 3 months ago +75

    Thank you for restoring “old” things. Not only do you bring them back to life, and give them a second chance, but you make them better than when they were originally manufactured. You have great talent! Thank you for letting the world see what you’re capable of doing. You have a gift.

  • Panic At The Arson
    Panic At The Arson 27 days ago +6

    I love these videos they are incredibly soothing and just plain awesome. I love the amount of work you put into each restoration. Not only do you bring it back from the dead but you give it life it never had before. You put love into every piece and make it absolutely gorgeous.

  • J. L. Emerson
    J. L. Emerson 3 months ago +105

    I personally don't like the color paint you chose, but my mother would have loved it. She always decorated her kitchen with sunny yellows & bright reds. She would have approved. 👍

    • capers72424
      capers72424 2 months ago +1

      @Mxn0Chr0maXiC we are all allowed our peeves!

    • Mxn0Chr0maXiC
      Mxn0Chr0maXiC 2 months ago +4

      @capers72424 And MY pet peeve is when people are jerks for no reason. Grow up.

    • Spencer Bryan
      Spencer Bryan 2 months ago +1

      @capers72424 literally that's my same peeve

    • we will try
      we will try 2 months ago

      Mmm my mom mostly focused getting the rats and cockroaches

    • capers72424
      capers72424 3 months ago +5

      @Fin see the apostrophe? That means a letter, or letters, were intentionally left out.

  • Jim Fallows
    Jim Fallows 2 months ago +6

    Your restoration of the meat slicer is absolute first class every part is is done with care. Jim from England.

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  2 months ago

      Thank you very much Jim and glad you liked it so much 😊 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

  • Alex Martinez
    Alex Martinez 24 days ago +2

    The fact that you look for the safety of your audience's eyes makes me - a fan of these type of videos - feel cared and protected. Oh, and I LOVED the colour.

  • Spammer Efforty
    Spammer Efforty 27 days ago +1

    Absolutely love how passionate you're about your work! Keep posting more contents like these 🤞

  • Wendy Griffin
    Wendy Griffin 3 months ago +17

    Beautifully done! Since you asked, I can't say I'm a fan of the yellow, but I don't know what other color I would have chosen, unless it was just basic black. The wood turned out so amazing. Fantastic job!

  • Repair Machine At Home

    Another masterpiece! Such a pleasure to watch! Thank you 💕

  • Vicky Jadhu
    Vicky Jadhu 3 months ago +43

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    Pure chennel ❤️

  • Remander
    Remander 3 months ago +8

    Such great care is taken with even the smallest pieces, and you always seem to improve on the original during the restoration without fundamentally changing the item. You are truly an artist! Happy holidays from the USA!

  • Tarcílio Benedito Da Silva Filho

    Capricho e detalhes, não faltaram, merece minhas considerações e, parabenizo pelo excelente trabalho 👏👏👏👏👍👍👍 Br

  • Craig Clair
    Craig Clair Month ago +2

    You have an amazing talent! I have a home remodeling company so I love the transformation from old to new. Your work is absolutely amazing! I love watching your channel and I hope you continue for years to come.

  • harry wicaksono
    harry wicaksono 3 months ago +27

    Your work never fail and always give us satisfaction.. 😍😍👍🏻👍🏻

  • Tina Mdot
    Tina Mdot Day ago

    This restoration is epic. Your work ethic reminds me of my mechanics which is high praise. Keep up the great work!

  • Олег Лысенко
    Олег Лысенко 2 months ago +6

    Великолепная работа. Браво мастеру.

  • Jennette King
    Jennette King 3 months ago +4

    Excellent restoration. So worth the wait!!! ❤

  • lorena boisset
    lorena boisset 2 months ago +1

    Mis felicitaciones. Aparte de la paciencia para restaurar cada parte, usted es un genio

  • Phil Olivieri
    Phil Olivieri Month ago

    A truly wonderful restoration! 👊🇨🇦

  • Klmp13
    Klmp13 2 months ago +2

    You are, by far, my favorite restoration channel on Clip-Share 😁
    I love the fun little things you put into every video

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  2 months ago +1

      Glad you liked it so much. I really appreciate your support . Thanks a lot 😊

  • ajb651
    ajb651 Month ago

    What great work, you sir are a master, it gives me so much pleasure watching you do your work. Very well done.

  • Rodi Kalicharan
    Rodi Kalicharan 3 days ago

    You are a very gifted person, your restoration is just amazing. Keep up the good work.

  • Sturley art
    Sturley art 3 months ago +13

    Awesome work as always. Love how you removed casting marks and rough spots. The powder coat colour was a good choice too.
    Ingenious solution to repair the blade.
    Good work sir.

  • Kay Swales
    Kay Swales Month ago

    Fascinating, what a beautiful job you did with something others would have just thrown away. Well done .

  • SN Restoration
    SN Restoration 3 months ago

    Wyglada genialnie, uwielbiam takie stare przedmioty :)

  • Collin Strickland
    Collin Strickland 3 months ago +1

    These videos are crazy. The amount of effort is immense and the editing and end result really makes the video hang together very well

  • Rosangela De Lúcio
    Rosangela De Lúcio 3 months ago

    Trabalho incrível parabéns. Feliz Natal 🎅🎅🎅🇧🇷

  • lion1234lion1234
    lion1234lion1234 2 months ago

    Outstanding work. Not just this one, other videos too. Great job editing as well.

  • Wayne
    Wayne 3 months ago +15

    Every second of this video was mesmerising, especially the blade. That "mirror" finish is outstanding. Thank you

  • Kenneth Reeve
    Kenneth Reeve 3 months ago

    Spectacular restoration! So many skillful techniques.

    JUAN DANIEL CORREDOR 3 months ago

    Amazing! Great restoration 👍🏻

  • RandombutGood
    RandombutGood 3 months ago

    Another brilliant restoration, well done my friend. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  • Restorezone
    Restorezone 2 months ago

    A true artist! love the reflection and sharpness that you have brought back to the knife 👌👍

  • Richard Dube
    Richard Dube 11 days ago

    I love how you describe what you're doing, and the products you're using. Just like most of the people in these comments I watch a lot of restoration videos, and I have to try to figure out what they're doing, or some will speak throughout the video which I don't really care to hear. Thank you for such fantastic work!

  • Zoso 14892
    Zoso 14892 3 months ago +4

    The stain you used on the wood looks amazing! I fell in love the second you started applying it.

  • Garage Restoration
    Garage Restoration 3 months ago +1

    Great attention to every little detail, nothing is missed. Great work as usual 😇

  • dorianxgrey666
    dorianxgrey666 3 months ago

    Beautiful work as always!

  • tinkernaut
    tinkernaut 3 months ago

    That's a beautiful restoration, great job!

  • Random Projects Tube
    Random Projects Tube 2 months ago

    Excellent restoration 👍🏻

  • Glassjaws
    Glassjaws 2 months ago +1

    I’m 11 days late but this is my first video of 2023 🥳
    You always do a fantastic job restoring worn down pieces. I love that you put every detail in the video. Makes me very happy 🥰

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  2 months ago

      Glad to hear that and hope to enjoy you with my videos on 2023 too 😊 happy new year

  • Colby Wood
    Colby Wood 3 months ago +17

    Watching this for the 3rd time today. I also restore old things as my profession and love to put your videos on to play in the background as I work, especially doing something tedious like hand sanding small objects at my bench. My only critique is the color, I would have used black just because that would be slightly more correct for the time. Other than that I thank you for your effort of breathing a new life into an old object. I think the person who assembled this slicer on the production line back in 1883 would smile and be proud to see the justice you've done this piece. Might I suggest experimenting using coffee as a food safe wood stain in the future? I typically brew mine INCREDIBLY strong, to the point of being disgusting and undrinkable, but it produces some amazing color that is non-toxic and transforms beautifully with age

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago +4

      Wow, never thought at this. Maybe I will try coffee sometime. Thanks for the advice Colby! Cheers 😊

  • xMrsmileyfacex
    xMrsmileyfacex 3 months ago

    Absolute perfection. Great restoration.

  • Aaron Wright
    Aaron Wright 2 months ago

    Awesome job. Love seeing how you do this.

  • Rose McGrail
    Rose McGrail 3 months ago

    Beautiful job! The yellow looks great.

  • Robert Hughes
    Robert Hughes 3 months ago

    Beautiful color. Love the finished look.

  • Ayn Randish
    Ayn Randish 2 months ago

    Great job! I’m sure it looks better now than it did when it was first made.

  • Dr. Hut of Handcraft
    Dr. Hut of Handcraft 3 months ago +3

    Insanely skilled dude, awesome work! Love how you made the screw heads round again!

  • Thanigaivelan J
    Thanigaivelan J 3 months ago

    Another Master piece and it is getting better with every episode . Salute Brother

  • innovati
    innovati 2 months ago

    Unbelievable! You honoured it and made it better than it was new. It's amazing to see something with history be made new again, thanks for sharing what you do with us to watch! Love you

  • Doug K
    Doug K Month ago

    Amazing skills and fantastic restoration!

  • Honking Donk
    Honking Donk 2 months ago

    I never thought restoration could be fun to watch. Your videos are great!

  • George Bowie
    George Bowie 3 months ago

    This was a stunning restoration. Attention to every little detail with precision. You have earned a sub from me. Thank you for bringing the past to life. ❤

  • Jaguar
    Jaguar 3 months ago +6

    Великолепно как всегда 🤝😉❤️

  • Ted Burnell
    Ted Burnell 3 months ago

    Another master class for us aspiring restorers!! Truly the pinnacle of the trade. Cheers from theos_resto!

  • Joel Powell
    Joel Powell 3 months ago

    You, sir, are a true artist. Your work never ceases to amaze. Your attention to detail is STUNNING. Bravo!

  • Toto Takto
    Toto Takto 3 months ago

    Brother your skills are amazing, not just at restoration but filming editing etc., you are a master of all these things.

  • Brisko
    Brisko 3 months ago

    You always impress me with these restorations. Keep up the good work!

  • Robett Armstrong
    Robett Armstrong 3 months ago

    Brilliant restoration, very enjoyable watch.

  • Shivam Maurya
    Shivam Maurya 2 months ago +3

    Man you are amazing and you just not restore things you restore it to the level that it can't be made more better. Mad respect!!

  • Monty Montgomery
    Monty Montgomery 20 days ago

    Hi David, Wow another outstanding piece of restoration. Just brilliant and the colour is great. I really wish I had your tools and skills. Great video and keep posting fantastic videos. We LOVE them . 👍

  • Fezz569
    Fezz569 3 months ago

    Beautiful work. Fantastic result!

  • Виктор Галянин

    Красиво вы работаете, шикарная реставрация. Спасибо, лайк однозначно. И с Новым годом.

  • Nar Dars
    Nar Dars 3 months ago

    Honestly, this is one of your best videos and restorations. Great job man.

  • Anna P.
    Anna P. 3 months ago

    Just found your channel. Love your attention to detail! Beautiful work. I’ll definitely be binge watching!!

  • Alex Makarov
    Alex Makarov 3 months ago +4

    Друг, с каждым видео, качество и профессионализм растут. Молодец!

  • Vickie Fowler
    Vickie Fowler 3 months ago

    I wasn’t sure about the golden yellow when you were spraying on the powder… but, it’s gorgeous! I love it! Nicely done! I’d be out shopping for meat to cut just for the joy of using it!

  • Jaymes M
    Jaymes M 3 months ago

    The craftsmanship here is so beautiful. I enjoyed every minute of this video. You would have made the original creator so proud. This product is absolutely gorgeous

  • Aleksandra Simić
    Aleksandra Simić 3 months ago

    Awesom restoration!Good job. You handel every detail with so atention. I love it.

  • Andy Miller
    Andy Miller 3 months ago

    Nicely done, man! Looks great! 👍

  • KangarooTube.    Daily videos of Kangaroos

    Great video, brilliant work! One of the few Clip-Sharers I always watch the adds right through to support you. Keep up the great work

  • ItsCommonSenseGaming
    ItsCommonSenseGaming 3 months ago

    You are awesome at restoration, it touches the heart, so satisfying! Cant wait to see more videos now! They are so good i just want to forget about the channel, come back 20 years later and binge watch every single video, keep up the good work!

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago

      Thanks a lot but don’t forget about the channel because with no views, after 20 years probably the channel will not be here 😅

  • Just Stef
    Just Stef 2 months ago

    This was a work of art. Great job man, I don't see many restorations when it comes to wood.

  • 47HudsonTruck
    47HudsonTruck 3 months ago

    Love your work. You do things right.

  • bruce mitchell
    bruce mitchell 3 months ago +1

    Could you please mention how many hours you spend on each restoration? I think a lot of people would be interested to see how many hours go into restoring an object to the level that you do.

  • Yvonne Deerway
    Yvonne Deerway 3 months ago

    I've been watching your video's for a while now and every time i watch one of your video's im always satisfied afterwards. Especially since you make it usable again. Alot of restorers here on Clip-Share don't which is kinda sad tbh.

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago

      Thank you very much Yvonne and glad you enjoyed so much . Happy holidays 😊

  • Tonja Davis
    Tonja Davis 3 months ago +7

    I think what I learned most from watching this was I had lost a level of "attention to detail" when it comes to my work (I work in tech). Watching this video there were a few times where I wondered "but does that need to be done?" and that was never a question for you. there is a pride and level of attention to detail that you pay to things that others might overlook or pass by and I will take that lesson with me into my daily work. it's a subtle reinforcement of "if it's worth doing, it's worth doing right" thanks for another awesome vid.

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago

      Glad to hear that Volta 😊 thanks

    • kenobi volta
      kenobi volta 3 months ago

      This little details is what I like the most. This and my mechanics are my favorite restoration chanels.

    • Shankar Gadgil
      Shankar Gadgil 3 months ago

      Well said Davis....👍
      David is a through and through perfectionist....

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  3 months ago +1

      Thank you very much Davis and glad you liked it so much. I appreciate your support and feedback 😊

  • mayclark
    mayclark Month ago

    great job! and my eyes are really thankful you protect them from that soldering light 🙂

  • Carol Wilder
    Carol Wilder 2 months ago

    You amaze me with every project you do! So much talent. Blessings

  • nicknack daddyack
    nicknack daddyack 3 months ago

    Your work is very satisfying! I really enjoy all your videos.

  • José Medellin Mendez
    José Medellin Mendez 2 months ago

    Es muy gratificante mirar tus videos, ver con que detalle realizas tu trabajo... es hermoso el resultado... un saludo desde CDMX ¡¡¡ feliz año 2023 ¡¡¡

  • Winjin
    Winjin 2 months ago +1

    Absiolutely perfect choice for the varnish color! Also loved the overall level of detail. Not a fan of the yellow right here, not really sure why. The color itself is great, but probably I'm just too used that stuff contacting food is not colored. But at the same time, these parts don't really touch food and it's a baked paint, not something that could peel. So, I'm on the fence regarding it, but overall really happy with how it turned out, it's great!

  • Diann Powell
    Diann Powell 2 months ago +12

    Unless you know someone who restores, or you watch it being done on a channel, you really can't understand or appreciate just how much work is involved to restore an item! Thank you so much for showing us this process!!

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  2 months ago +1

      Thank you very much Diann and I really appreciate your comment . Cheers 😊

  • Meine Mechaniker
    Meine Mechaniker 3 months ago +2

    Great product and great restoration as always 👏

  • TrapShooter68
    TrapShooter68 3 months ago

    No music, no talk. So peaceful and relaxing. Not to mention a beautiful Restoration. Thanks!

  • Triangle413 Fun Vids
    Triangle413 Fun Vids 2 months ago

    What an amazing restoration. I love every detail you're doing, everything's glowing. Every step you take, you explain in that section. It was me who watched your video get enlightened with new science. Outstanding job brother, GBU🎉🎉

  • Jonathan Cerveaux
    Jonathan Cerveaux 3 months ago

    You sir are the final boss of restoration! Love every single video of yours!

  • A paraplegic's life.
    A paraplegic's life. 3 months ago

    Remarkable job! Very thorough! Well done! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  • Ata Qureshi
    Ata Qureshi 2 months ago

    Excellent work, love the color. I liked how you secured the router in the vise, pretty smart

    • Cool Again Restoration
      Cool Again Restoration  2 months ago +1

      Thank you very much Ata. Is not indicated to do that with a router if you are a hobby man but if you know what you are doing and work with careful , that’s ok.

  • David Hill
    David Hill 3 months ago

    Nice job. I was not sure about the color at first, but it really works well with the wood color.

  • Marsh Mellow
    Marsh Mellow 3 months ago

    Always blown away by the skill and attention to detail. Excellent

  • Steven Brown
    Steven Brown 3 months ago

    It's really great to see a new video. What a superb, professional restoration of a fantastic item from the past that's lived a life. Saving history one video at a time. Best wishes to you and yours for the festive holidays.

  • Sri Rahma Abdulloh
    Sri Rahma Abdulloh 2 months ago

    The most satisfying restoration channel youtube!!! your tools are clean, the camera's angle, and the sound, everything is perfect, i love your videos!!

  • Frankie Rzucek
    Frankie Rzucek 3 months ago +1

    This was in phenomenal condition for being almost 140 years old. Also a brilliant design too. Great work buddy

  • Luc Velghe
    Luc Velghe 2 months ago +1

    A masterpiece. Perfection.

  • Martin Beal
    Martin Beal 3 months ago

    You are an artist with metal AND wood. Amazing job.

  • Toboter Senf
    Toboter Senf 3 months ago

    I'm impressed. This is absolutely perfect!

  • Fi Niamh
    Fi Niamh 2 months ago

    I really appreciate the green over the screen whenever you weld. Definitely helps my eyes when I'm watching this before bed!