This Old Tony
This Old Tony
This Old Tony

7075, 7076... Whatever It Takes
Building An Antenna for Johnny 5
MAHO's Alive!! (70%)

MAHO's Alive!! (70%)

2 ай мурун

TIG TAWK! AC Welding Aluminum
Old Files: Rags To Riches

Old Files: Rags To Riches

2 ай мурун

Repacking a Muffler? - FAR OUT!
Rotary Broaching The Night Away


5 ай мурун

Moto Erratum! & A Flat Tire
Shooting The Poop! #8

Shooting The Poop! #8

6 ай мурун

15T-M2 Let This Be A Lesson To Ya!
NUTR: Ultrasonic Cutter USW-334
Operation: Tap Wrench

Operation: Tap Wrench

11 ай мурун

Better LATHE Than Never!

Better LATHE Than Never!

11 ай мурун

The Infamous Mini Lathe!

The Infamous Mini Lathe!

11 ай мурун

A Sine Bar Walks Into a... wait
CNC LATHE?! - Router Add-On!
PuLsEd TiG WeLdiNg

PuLsEd TiG WeLdiNg

Жыл мурун

As The Motor Turns - UPDATE
Adventures in TIG Brazing

Adventures in TIG Brazing

Жыл мурун

Thermal Cameras: Hot & Bothered
Wintergatan's Marble Elevator
BUILD: Toolmaker's Clamp Thingy
This Old Tony's OPUS!

This Old Tony's OPUS!

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Dial N for MORE Air File!!
Two Piece Machine Vise Build
dial M for Air File

dial M for Air File

Жыл мурун

Spring-loaded Detents, alright!
DIY Filler in the Home Shop!
TIG Welding - Puddle Control
Welding Straight Is Hard To Do
Custom Tools - Brazing & Welding


Жыл мурун

Bench Shear & Universal Vise
Bushings and Gears: The Prequel
Shoot'n The Poop #6 - Fixin' Stuff
Marvels of Injection Molding!
How To Bending?!

How To Bending?!

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Weld Cart Build - Part2

Weld Cart Build - Part2

2 жыл мурун

Weld Cart Build (not really)

Weld Cart Build (not really)

2 жыл мурун

TIG Torch 2: Flex-Loc and the CK-80
Lathe Chucks

Lathe Chucks

2 жыл мурун

Power Supply Rebuild - CNC Router
Easy CNC Engraving (Mach4)

Easy CNC Engraving (Mach4)

2 жыл мурун

G54 - You Sunk My Battleship!
TIG with TOT: AC Frequency?!

TIG with TOT: AC Frequency?!

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My TIG Is Breaking Up With Me
Building a Rotary Weld Table

Building a Rotary Weld Table

2 жыл мурун

  1. gaby1491

    gaby149119 мүнөт мурун

    this is so entertaining, thank you

  2. Richard Keith

    Richard Keith30 мүнөт мурун

    I can't say anything that hasn't already been said. So I'll just say Bravo!!!

  3. Clay Erickson

    Clay EricksonСаат мурун

    "...and for the new kids, I built this myself. For the people asking for make and model, although I'm flattered, I can't help you out there."

  4. 5naxalotl

    5naxalotlСаат мурун

    on a somewhat similar topic, you know how coffee people are funny about their grinders? apparently the holy grail of coffee grinding is the "roller mill" ... basically a pasta machine that passes beans through successively smaller gaps. but apparently too complex to do as a consumer machine. be an interesting thing for tony to take a look at

  5. Wesley Berg

    Wesley Berg2 саат мурун

    I wish I could subscribe twice.... oh wait... I can.

  6. Next Best Thing RC

    Next Best Thing RC2 саат мурун

    I’m stealing the thunder from anyone that plans to type this when this project’s done. “Jonny 5 is alive” Premature? Ya. So what

  7. Ted Mattingly

    Ted Mattingly2 саат мурун

    The first time you cut to Adam, I literally laughed and my wife had to come over and see what I was laughing at. Of course she really doesn't know who Adam is and just couldn't appreciate it. But, bravo, I found his addition an excellent thing.

  8. Richard Harms

    Richard Harms3 саат мурун

    You will never have to buy another brillo pad. As far as that little wiggle goes, how about some kind of a brake.

  9. Raul Gerardo Huertas Paiva

    Raul Gerardo Huertas Paiva3 саат мурун

    What kind of paint is that?😍🤔

  10. travisdaniel1880

    travisdaniel18803 саат мурун

    This man has the driest sense of humor and it cracks me up every time😂😂❤️

  11. Brian Winter

    Brian Winter3 саат мурун

    The internet has ruined me. Squirting that OD with glue was just beautiful. And wrong.

  12. Minisammich

    Minisammich3 саат мурун

    2:08 ultrasonic subscriber XD

  13. Mogman150

    Mogman1503 саат мурун

    So, where does one get such an accurate machinist level?

  14. scott little

    scott little3 саат мурун

    the only thing that I can see is I woulds have switched the engine and brakes on the rear so the control are the same as a car.

  15. Richard Sineyhan

    Richard Sineyhan4 саат мурун

    Subbed here via Alex

  16. Bernardo H

    Bernardo H4 саат мурун

    Nice tune ! ( The pineapple dance )

  17. Bob Lewis

    Bob Lewis4 саат мурун

    Flat, stable, strong plate? Granite!

  18. foompthedroid

    foompthedroid5 саат мурун

    Next: LAPPING!

  19. Jack Rund

    Jack Rund6 саат мурун

    the white collar AvE

  20. crusinscamp

    crusinscamp6 саат мурун

    4:22 I know that feeling Good video, I picked up a few lessons. Thanks.

  21. Fabrication Nation

    Fabrication Nation6 саат мурун

    Well done my I had new blanks in my cabinet....tomorrow I'll be cutting my first bits, with confidence that I can make this work.....great tutorial

  22. Bart Hoevenaars

    Bart Hoevenaars7 саат мурун

    your humor is hilarious !!

  23. Avaviel

    Avaviel7 саат мурун

    You can also do image trace in illustrator if you have that - cs5 is cheap on eBay - and export svg files from it.

  24. Leo Saldana

    Leo Saldana8 саат мурун

    Lmfao...this is the funniest how to video I've ever seen.

  25. N C

    N C8 саат мурун

    I don't know enough to know what I don't know about welding....But I would still like to see your post where you upgrade its defon setting... For us morons that are foolish enough to want to use this Chinese means to visit our ancestors....

  26. Hex

    Hex9 саат мурун

    Lol I actually started believing your multimeter took those kind of measurements, even though I know whose videos I'm watching! Good job Tony good job got me.

  27. Rafael Castro

    Rafael Castro9 саат мурун

    Welders, the best video you can post is your phone number, how to hire you.. I ain't gonna try it. :D

  28. Spaken

    Spaken9 саат мурун

    Ray Romano?

  29. Wojciech Migda

    Wojciech Migda10 саат мурун

    Honestly, who prefers TOT over p o r n? (Thumbs up if you are with me on that!) I mean p o r n is good for what...???? 2 minutes (best case scenario) but TOT I could watch all day long and over and over again!!!

  30. Noah Hastings

    Noah Hastings10 саат мурун


  31. 13BTRX3

    13BTRX310 саат мурун

    How's Maho doing? Any updates?

  32. Stuart Anderton

    Stuart Anderton10 саат мурун

    Hey this old tony. Can you do a video on lathing spinning tops, best design, longest spin and can I have the winning top 😁

  33. Nic Stroud

    Nic Stroud10 саат мурун

    Very impressive, really. Compressed air goes in, some swirling happens and you get cold air one end, hot the other. Amazing! Inefficient but amazing none the less. Now what's it for?

  34. Brian Winter

    Brian Winter10 саат мурун

    "If you think it looks bad now, you just wait until we're finished!" LOL!!! Love your vijaeos, learned about it from AvE, you have a new subscriber!

  35. Carl S

    Carl S11 саат мурун

    Really cool build, I enjoyed this 4 part series and subscribed. Thanks for sharing!

  36. LACHO

    LACHO11 саат мурун

    This was soo cool!!! What a nice work !!!

  37. Christian Gnägi

    Christian Gnägi11 саат мурун

    Hi ToT, about the coil - I know this is late but for the sake of posteriority - here goes: This is a coil from a contactor "CA 1-10" by the company "Sprecher und Schuh". I had the same problem in a ventilation installation; mine was visibly cooked. They were very popular in the seventies but I could not find a replacement in Switzerland. So I had mine rewound for 240V and set it back in. Works fine. The company that made it was: Hope this helps, gnasch

  38. SidtheKid

    SidtheKid12 саат мурун


  39. funny life

    funny life12 саат мурун

    Coool😍😍😍😍 10/10

  40. C0MPAQ

    C0MPAQ13 саат мурун

    what u think of Super Alloy 1?

  41. Don Ogoobo

    Don Ogoobo15 саат мурун

    Maybe a T.I.G. foot pedal with the right value rheostat installed to suit your turn table controls. Start-Speed control and -Stop. Which would make you as talented as a Rock drummer. Having both hands and both feet busy.

  42. Robert Paulson

    Robert Paulson15 саат мурун

    What makes them so fly anyways?

  43. Alfred Mueller

    Alfred Mueller15 саат мурун

    I really was interested on some deep thoughts about multimeters, now I realized I need a TIG instead of a DMM.

  44. mopedmarathon

    mopedmarathon15 саат мурун

    I’m always wary of a tool named “fluke”. Iv been looking around for a “bang on every time”.

  45. Stuart Deal

    Stuart Deal16 саат мурун

    Before sounds more chirpy than after, those mid-range spikes in the graph. As always good fun and good editing. You are not likely to change the low end much more with such a small device, but you can break up some smaller waves. Your graph illustrates a success. Thanks for the vids.

  46. Joshua Bishop

    Joshua Bishop16 саат мурун

    lmfao, third time watching this and got the my hole, statement. Love ya, keep it up.

  47. ranjeet kumar

    ranjeet kumar16 саат мурун

    Very good jobs

  48. Dave B

    Dave B17 саат мурун

    Why not add weld to the frame?

  49. Chris Lee

    Chris Lee18 саат мурун

    Try this 👍😁

  50. Anthony Rich

    Anthony Rich18 саат мурун

    10:58 Broken Ass Tap? Nope, a second read fixed that.

  51. Kandela Brown

    Kandela Brown19 саат мурун

    1and 4/8 mm?????? Isn't that 1.5 mm?

  52. Tom Peterson

    Tom Peterson19 саат мурун

    What's better for machining, hot or cold rolled?

  53. Bp1033

    Bp103322 саат мурун

    I got one of those stick welders just to try out welding. I knew that it wasn't going to be very powerful being the size of a toaster and only running on 120vac. (used 6013 sticks) worked okay enough to get a muffler on my car in time for inspection.

  54. kritters 1

    kritters 122 саат мурун

    if you begin having overheating with those computer fans butt them against the rad and you should get more positive pressure and air flow and deeper air flow thro the stack

  55. John Hili

    John HiliКүн мурун

    Fly cutters are a sure way of ruining the splines drive spindle of your milling as it hammer away especially with heavy cuts I have been through it myself and I threw the fly cutter away don't use it especially if you have a Chinese milling!!!!!!

  56. Matthew Martinez

    Matthew MartinezКүн мурун

    Variable speed subscribed!

  57. Andero

    AnderoКүн мурун

    I feel an odd ways. I wasn't ready for the video to end. Weird way to spend 30 minutes... What

  58. Scottie Johnson

    Scottie JohnsonКүн мурун

    For the average Joe that just needs to repair his go kart or rail buggy on a Friday to be able to ride on Saturday This would be perfect.

  59. SidtheKid

    SidtheKidКүн мурун

    you broke a pencil for that joke lmao

  60. EJB Bls

    EJB BlsКүн мурун

    Don't eat the flux.

  61. Albert Henderdon

    Albert HenderdonКүн мурун

    this man's subscribing technique is something els

  62. Mogman150

    Mogman150Күн мурун

    Sheet metal bending can be quite complicated, as TOT tried to breeze by. Fortunately, modern CAD software will Unfold a sheet metal part (with all the correct info) to give you a flat drawing. Very cool!

  63. Brayden Williams

    Brayden WilliamsКүн мурун

    Would love to see a project video recreating the surface gauge!

  64. Albert Henderdon

    Albert HenderdonКүн мурун

    cant tell of he's wearing a balaclava or his sweatshirt over his head.. reflection on ball bearing

  65. Connor King

    Connor KingКүн мурун

    Converting a raster image to SVG like you do here is heresy.

  66. kritters 1

    kritters 1Күн мурун

    i would have added a t bar from 1 side to the other over the seat and between the engine and gas tank just incase it flips it would scrape instead of there head

  67. gaby1491

    gaby1491Күн мурун

    this is amazing

  68. David Parks

    David ParksКүн мурун

    I have a decent 200 amp HF DC inverter TIG and was wondering if I could just add a stick welding lead to do stick welding or would that likely screw up my machine?

  69. Hans Moleman

    Hans MolemanКүн мурун

    Clicked due to creative title design.

  70. Kandela Brown

    Kandela BrownКүн мурун

    Glad to see someone else tig welds about as so-so as i do; of course I don't have any camera gear in the way.

  71. Adeptus Mechanicus

    Adeptus MechanicusКүн мурун

    10:33 See that? Makes all the effort in the world darn worth it. Great job, Tony. Epic

  72. thomas neel

    thomas neelКүн мурун

    No parts I need a belt and can’t find one. Do you know where to get one

  73. Jessebob Æ

    Jessebob ÆКүн мурун

    NMTB: The National Machine Tool Builders Association (now called the Association for Manufacturing Technology).

  74. Bob Masters

    Bob MastersКүн мурун

    That is a phosphor bronze receipe worth keeping

  75. Craig Brown

    Craig BrownКүн мурун

    God bless you, you are a great Dad your kids are blessed to have you, I never knew my dad I enjoy all your video's May all your lives be long happy and joyous.. have a very merry christmas and many many many happy new years.....

  76. Andrej F.

    Andrej F.Күн мурун

    13:10 the proctologist view LMAO

  77. Ed Moore

    Ed MooreКүн мурун

    these are all china junk.

  78. Michael Shea

    Michael SheaКүн мурун

    At 18:29 when you went to mill the keyways. You didn't have the vise tightened. You can't "pull the wool over my knees". 🤣

  79. Aubrey Land

    Aubrey LandКүн мурун

    This Old Tony, how difficult would it be to produce a tap and die set for worm threads, for use on wood? That felt like a run on sentence somehow...

  80. Matt

    MattКүн мурун

    I would think a warped rotor is pretty apparent... wouldn't you feel it in the in your hands?

  81. Brent Calkins

    Brent CalkinsКүн мурун

    When I made my own tap wrench many years ago I used square stock which I put the v groove in near one end and thread setup. Then turned the rest of it since that's all it is, two handles exactly the same with SHCS in them. Big down side is it needs a hex driver to open and close.

  82. Doxie Lain

    Doxie LainКүн мурун

    I'm trying to decide if GREAT WALL was a joke or not.

  83. anything7441

    anything7441Күн мурун

    Use hose protectors 🐣

  84. Patrick builds a lot

    Patrick builds a lotКүн мурун

    Just came across you channel. Laughing in the first 2 minutes 😀 brilliant, gunna watch more

  85. ratzikratzi

    ratzikratziКүн мурун

    At first I thought this looks a lot like one of the machines in my former schools shop (HTL, Austrian kind of school that gets you university entry qualification and professional training at the same time) which they where getting rid of a year ago. No sane person would buy those... But than you said that there were almost no scratches in the table. Well that made it clear. It could not be one of those machines.

  86. anything7441

    anything7441Күн мурун

    I’m not sure but I do know candy corn has multiple uses.

  87. Mats Granqvist

    Mats GranqvistКүн мурун

    @5:38 is that a Godfather reference?

  88. Ben Cheevers

    Ben CheeversКүн мурун

    Argh, I've got plenty of hats, no pants though.

  89. Dean Kay

    Dean KayКүн мурун

    I am commenter 1247 I love the math explanations, which is in high school terms, 0.0009” of those who graduated. Including 3 out of 153,000 that have internet. 2.3% of those who watched the entire video, using their neighbors internet, enjoyed 33 1/3rd of the jokes with small words. Only 1,240 watched more than 79% of the video. 100% of myself enjoyed it, minus the shoes, underneath wear an assorted sundries, although, my hair wiggled. So count me as 101.999967% enjoyed. I have a lot of hair. So add the 0.099955 to the 100% and I guess the rest is dirt, metal and bluing. Question; How you dress your stones? I have trying for a month of Sunday’s to get a skirt on mine, but throws them when I turn the “On” button. Otherwise nice when off.

  90. Richard hawkins

    Richard hawkinsКүн мурун

    I have some really cool tool i have engineered if you wood like i can send you them

  91. Ze0SIX

    Ze0SIXКүн мурун

    Holy shit, i just recently startet to watch videos from old tony, clickspring and abom79, and i thought these guys are different from each other. definetly professionals in their fields but in different directions, and now you guys just did this. so fucking funny.

  92. Ashton Gilmore

    Ashton GilmoreКүн мурун

    0:45 subliminal

  93. Matthew Szostek

    Matthew SzostekКүн мурун

    They probably messaged you because the nerds have lost all the old man machinist tricks.

  94. some beach

    some beachКүн мурун

    Electrocuted to death is redundant

  95. von Hindenburg

    von HindenburgКүн мурун

    I actually have wored on two of these in different workshops.

  96. Brian Eastwood

    Brian EastwoodКүн мурун

    Those drawings are delightful. I started work on a modification to a 1950s aircraft and have always an affinity with the dying trade of engineering drawing ever since.

  97. Donald Dick

    Donald DickКүн мурун

    Now you just need to get the slowmo guys to film it with a phantom to see the vibrations

  98. Siana Gearz

    Siana GearzКүн мурун

    You actually have to Ctrl-C Ctrl-V your finished parts into the e-mail application because of a long-standing bug. Ctrl-S only works reliably on parts that aren't quite ready yet.

  99. Eric h

    Eric hКүн мурун

    Coat it all in E6000 and forget the worry

  100. David Jonsson

    David JonssonКүн мурун

    Hello friends! I can't find Tonys vidjeo building his hydraulic press, is it gone? Please and thanks