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Man, you can tell this ain't no recreational woodworker, making fine objéts d'art for discerning buyers in Sausalito or La Jolla. This guy's working under the gun, turning out product for some east Asian wholesaler. The Give-a-fuck approach to safety is a dead giveaway. Libertarians in the US gripe about OSHA, but I'd bet these workers would love it.I was in Singapore for a time in the '80s during Lee Quan Yew's headlong rush to modernization. We saw many Malay workers working high overhead, no shoes, hardhats or any kind of safety provisions. Every day they were scraping one of these guys off the sidewalks somewhere in the city, and everyoone just kind of accepted it. Plug in another one and hit the GO button. It's a great system if you're high up in the corporate structure, but not so much for the wedges walking the high iron. At that time, Singapore was libertarian heaven.
I think it would be funny if he just made a dowel rod. Just keep shaving and shaving till it’s as tiny of a rod as possible.
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They are useless it's just a dressed up block of wood. Hollow out inside make it into a vase instead of a lamp base
That noise in the background is so annoying.what in the world is it? What a waste of time.
It definitely takes VERY SHARP tools to do this kinda work. I really admire the skill and creativity of wood turners. I could watch this stuff all day. Just amazing artistry.
Is that a flip-flop? WTF!!!!!
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Rule #1 do not use gloves or loose clothing. #2 keep your hand behind the guard. #3 have the machine on a table so you use your body with the tools not your arm and fingers. Avoid a terrible accident. Good luck.
This is from a factory though I can't remember which country it's in, I'm sure the owners would find it difficult to care less about his safety. I'd estimate that this worker makes two or three of these an hour and that he's paid a pittance for each one, and likely only if he reaches quota. I wouldn't be surprised if he's wearing a loose jacket and gloves because he's working in an unheated shop in the middle of winter. The truly amazing thing is that he hasn't been killed yet, the way he jams his tools straight into the piece is a great way to fling a chunk of wood or his tool into his unshielded face.
Um... is that a flip flop being used as a chip guard?
I think the blank that he started with was much too small. There was not enough waste!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This seems to be an old lathe, rustic, but at the same time quite robust and functional. Would you know the technical specifications (RPM, HP, dimensions, maximum weight, etc.)? I am interested in acquiring something similar.
Excelente trabalho, parabens.
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Nice video. However you should take instructions from woodprix website if you want to learn how to make it easily.
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Thank you Evgen :)
If you want to make your own woodworking yourself just look for woodprix website. There is all you need to make it :)
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I am pretty sure you can find good solution on woodprix page :)
Nice job! However, do not wear loose clothing around your neck in order to avoid some bad accident with the revolving wood.
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My very first thought also, along with gloves ,first thing learned back in 7th grade wood shop
Better if he smiled he's missing few teeth ! Lol