3D PRINTING A BENCH VICE!!! PART 1

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  1. Ending YouX

    Ending YouX13 dias atrás

    This video shows why metric is better

  2. Liam R

    Liam R14 dias atrás

    What a weiner he is.

  3. TheRealCornelius

    TheRealCorneliusMês atrás

    oh....3 inches.. is teeny?

  4. Brent Urquhart

    Brent UrquhartMês atrás

    I might be wrong, but didn’t he say that the resin printer have a resin specifically designed for casting?

  5. Valentin Arfire

    Valentin ArfireMês atrás

    stl, please:)

  6. ALI CHIRAG

    ALI CHIRAGMês atrás

    Are the printing files available?

  7. Hey I'm a Maker

    Hey I'm a Maker2 meses atrás

    9:06 the what?

  8. Narvold Photography

    Narvold Photography2 meses atrás

    LOL "I didn't know it worked for the CIA"

  9. Mrderp2301

    Mrderp23013 meses atrás

    that's badass, you got my sub!

  10. Alain Boucher

    Alain Boucher3 meses atrás

    Very nice, I am just about to look at part 2. But please the music !!!

  11. josh

    josh3 meses atrás

    16:22 . 16:27 Déjà vu

  12. TaranTatsuuchi

    TaranTatsuuchi4 meses atrás

    "Why would you do this to my crucible!" Because someone didn't build the new forge large enough!

  13. Jäger From GSG9

    Jäger From GSG94 meses atrás

    “3 inches long is teeny” I feel attacked.

  14. Alchemical Games

    Alchemical Games4 meses atrás

    gotta say, the first printer using the fdm method is not calibrated well at all. My ender 3 makes better quality, so you may want to consider re-tuning it. Edit: using only 10% infill on a part meant to be sturdy and strong is such a bad idea. Additionally, the quality (layer height mostly) also affects strength, and it really looks like it's going to break pretty soon

  15. Karol Ciezkiewicz

    Karol Ciezkiewicz4 meses atrás

    How do we find out when belt grinders are ready please? Thanks

  16. wow!

    wow!4 meses atrás

    315,000ths of an inch? Imperial units are so dumb.

  17. Aaron Markstaller

    Aaron Markstaller4 meses atrás

    Hey Alec, Awesome video! Been doing this for a while now, quick tip 3D print the sprues on the model, then you don't have to wax them on later. I also use thicken command in Fusion 0.5mm to give some buffer for oxidation

  18. DrCook45

    DrCook454 meses atrás

    You can use the tailstock to keep the die square to the workpiece

  19. Jared Lumbert

    Jared Lumbert4 meses atrás

    😳😳😳 That quick release Record is absolute Vise PORN!!! 😍😍😍 how did I miss these videos??!!

  20. Clay Webb

    Clay Webb5 meses atrás

    Hello Kitty

  21. Shawn Michael

    Shawn Michael5 meses atrás

    These knuckleheads are making all these amateur mistakes. Who is funding this?

  22. Daniel Kruger

    Daniel Kruger5 meses atrás

    I think that off white translucent wax was sticky wax. You use that to bond the wax to the PLA.

  23. DesertCookie

    DesertCookie5 meses atrás

    Little editing-hickup there :D

  24. kapten awesome

    kapten awesome5 meses atrás

    "315.000 of one inch..." wouldn't it just be easier to use metric...?

  25. An Anonymous Oyster

    An Anonymous Oyster5 meses atrás

    Mm I love a good phosphor bronze meatball for dinner

  26. Sky Swendsboe

    Sky Swendsboe5 meses atrás

    I have that Knife! Its the Kershaw Knockout! Kershaw knives are awesome! Alec has good taste!

  27. randalljames

    randalljames5 meses atrás

    Felt like might you underestimate your audience on this one... betting a lot of guys are pretty versed on an additive process lol

  28. Random Access Broccoli

    Random Access Broccoli5 meses atrás

    what exactly does flux do to heated metal?

  29. TechTom

    TechTom5 meses atrás

    Where did the plastic model go? Does it flow out of the mold while beeingnin the kilm???

  30. Alaska Famous

    Alaska Famous5 meses atrás

    for the love of god balance that lathe

  31. 74546

    745465 meses atrás

    the imperial system is garbage

  32. selador11

    selador115 meses atrás

    A vice is a bad habit. A vise is what you are trying to print then cast. =0)

  33. eri

    eri5 meses atrás

    nice zbanding dude

  34. Silvan Geissmann

    Silvan Geissmann5 meses atrás

    Was the investment not sucked into the print?

  35. Alejandro Ayora

    Alejandro Ayora5 meses atrás

    VISE*

  36. Louis Victor

    Louis Victor5 meses atrás

    So.... Alec^2 ?

  37. Mike Pettengill

    Mike Pettengill5 meses atrás

    cool technique

  38. Auburn

    Auburn5 meses atrás

    I'm curious to know why you didn't use the lathe to cut the threads into the brass? I have noticed that they end up coming out cleaner than being done with a Die.

  39. Devon Hansen

    Devon Hansen5 meses atrás

    What kind of sprue wax is that? Trying to find a reasonably priced wax.

  40. RockGodZeppelin

    RockGodZeppelin5 meses atrás

    Wow, I would be embarrassed with those prints.

  41. Daniel Talavera

    Daniel Talavera5 meses atrás

    That Pulse 3D printer needs some calibration, lool at those overextrusion

  42. ledgen95

    ledgen955 meses atrás

    but for real tho what was the time on that print?

  43. hansdietrich83

    hansdietrich835 meses atrás

    4h i would guess

  44. R Salomon

    R Salomon5 meses atrás

    This video was a joke right? where the final cleaned up working vice? You called this a success.

  45. Chris Hoesel

    Chris Hoesel5 meses atrás

    Pretty wobbly threads or just camera artifacting? Also, should be ACME threads for a vise. Nonetheless turned out pretty cute.

  46. Crusty O`lcoot

    Crusty O`lcoot5 meses atrás

    Why didn’t they print the sprues.

  47. Crusty O`lcoot

    Crusty O`lcoot5 meses atrás

    Yes that’s correct but I was thinking printing them separately and use a soldering iron to glue them on. Slower possibly but could be printed at the same time as the vice.

  48. hansdietrich83

    hansdietrich835 meses atrás

    Then they would need a lot of support structure while printing. The printw cant print in mid air

  49. Dan Hyde

    Dan Hyde5 meses atrás

    I really wanted to see you screw cut on the lathe :(

  50. Aidan C

    Aidan C5 meses atrás

    16:30, wat?

  51. SkyBrigidRain

    SkyBrigidRain5 meses atrás

    Hi yeah! I have a question for Alec!

  52. Mosk17

    Mosk175 meses atrás

    Those are really sloppy 3d prints, does not look like made by a "professional" as it should

  53. Iam Kronix

    Iam Kronix5 meses atrás

    That guy just watched after he was done with his job. He looked bored

  54. The Big Mcskittle

    The Big Mcskittle5 meses atrás

    Why didn't they just .ake a silicone mold of the plastic parts and then cast wax into the molds so they wouldnt have to worry about the wax not sticking to the pla???

  55. Sonia Molnar

    Sonia Molnar5 meses atrás

    16:30 de ja vu

  56. ello1011

    ello10115 meses atrás

    this printer is yuck

  57. LordVader

    LordVader5 meses atrás

    That Alec is a lie!!!

  58. TobiasK

    TobiasK5 meses atrás

    Even though it's in layers each PLA-layer is really slick, ruff it up with some sandpaper perhaps.

  59. psycho2atee

    psycho2atee5 meses atrás

    and thats why you should use metric ;)

  60. Ckc dillpickle

    Ckc dillpickle5 meses atrás

    Thought this was a actual 3d print

  61. Eight Ball Talkin'

    Eight Ball Talkin'5 meses atrás

    Alec, stick a dot of painters tape wherever you want the wax to stick. Painters tape will burn out with the PLA and wax.

  62. Hugo Nilsson

    Hugo Nilsson5 meses atrás

    We are going to use the imperial system... How do you say that? Does this make sense? Hmmm

  63. SPBHJ

    SPBHJ5 meses atrás

    just letting you know theres an editing mistake at around 16:30