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Building a Reclaimed Wood Door from Pallet Wood and Metal for the shop!!

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Building a Reclaimed Pallet Wood Door for the Shop using all recycled materials!!! CHECK OUT THE TOOLS & GEAR I USE 🔴 https://www.amazon.com/shop/brandonlund FOLLOW ME ON ⇨ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lunddiybuilds ⇨ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LundDIYBuilds Royalty Free Music 1:23 Music by: Sirius Beat - Beastmode Link:http://youtu.be/4xNMRODLexc 4:33 Music by: Sirius Beat-Get Set Link:http://youtu.be/xVMi0R5FDnl See my other pallet videos below. Making Mini-Pallet Wood Coasters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9rflGsieeA Industrial Metal and Reclaimed Wood Side Table https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz-b8U3QPDY Building a Metal and Reclaimed Wood Headboard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZJUo-YmBVw
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hardtyme3 (1 year ago)
Great job! Mad skills!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
hardtyme3 Thank you very much!
HatRatt (8 days ago)
Great! I love you workshop too. I want that door!
Brandon Lund (8 days ago)
Thanks man! The shop is a work in progress. I'm real happy how the door came out! Thanks for your support!
things changs (1 month ago)
from iraq well done
Brandon Lund (1 month ago)
Thanks man!
Well  your in a region that freezes in winter , so what you did is NOT the way to go about it !. you have to dig below the frost line, 4 to 5 feet deep. put a ''sono ' tube in it and pour concrete ( tinyurl.com/y2huvr6w ). Trying to support a house wiht a 2 x 4 is none sense . you have to to that with all your post.
Brandon Lund (2 months ago)
WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT? Your comment has NOTHING to do with the video...not even close.
Ch33ki DVL (2 months ago)
Man,that looks awesome,and the metal was was great too,enjoyed the video heaps.
Brandon Lund (2 months ago)
Thanks! I appreciate your support!
madmanwithablueboxvan (3 months ago)
It's impressive how you made every piece!
Brandon Lund (3 months ago)
Thank you!
Bill Admond (3 months ago)
Very interesting project and skills but I think the steel panel is too thin.
N (4 months ago)
leave it as is! the feat displayed in crafting it alone should be enough, maaaaybe a darker stain BUT that's IT. Excellent work sir.
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
Thanks man! I appreciate your support!
Lawrence Van Niekerk (4 months ago)
Which palets have the long pieces ?????
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
This pallet came from a local plumbing supply store. It probably had equipment shipped on it. I believe motorcycles are shipped on long pallets also so that might be a good source also.
Laura Beckman (4 months ago)
Your video did a great job explaining this project. My only question is what is the tool you used to cut the metal roofing? Looks like it really does the job!
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
Hey Laura, Thanks! The tool I was using is a a plasma cutter. The one I'm using in the video is fairly inexpensive. If you want to know more about this tool, here is a video I did a while ago about it https://youtu.be/REZXOpgd8kQ Have a great day!
R-5 sparrow (4 months ago)
nice hinges.. cool men.
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
Thanks you!
Xndr44 (5 months ago)
I say patina finish but it does look good as it is, great job
Brandon Lund (5 months ago)
Thanks JNZO44
Shelby Tydings (6 months ago)
How much do the woodpricks trolls get paid?
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
No kidding! It must pay good because there is an abundance of them!
Henry Sanchez (7 months ago)
Very kool..... i like your hinges, thx for sharing....
Brandon Lund (7 months ago)
Henry Sanchez Thanks Henry!
mark goode (7 months ago)
great project, excellent idea. This turned out really well. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes
Brandon Lund (7 months ago)
Thank you very much!
Marlene Pisani (7 months ago)
Yes rust it out!!!
Приятно мастерить своими руками . Молодец.
Brandon Lund (7 months ago)
Большое благодарю!
Dawn Hackney (8 months ago)
The average man can not do this! He has the tools and the skills, I am sure his wife is happy, but the not all men can do what this guy can. Show off on the hinges, but wonderful talent.
Brandon Lund (8 months ago)
Thank you very much Dawn. I'm honored. I appreciate your support and kind words
Bob Valenz (8 months ago)
Awesome door brother
Brandon Lund (8 months ago)
Bob Valenz thanks man!
Yun ki (11 months ago)
Omy! I need one for my shop!!!
Yun ki (11 months ago)
No really. I need one at my shop. What was that thing that just buttered right through? Not the grinder but the 1st thing? Now i gotta go find scrap tin😆😆😆😆!
Brandon Lund (11 months ago)
Thank you very much!
Chavira Wiser (11 months ago)
It's so simple, Just go to woodprix page and enter woodworkers world.
CavemanJoe (11 months ago)
Noice! If you want a neat finish on the metal, you'll be wanting to tape off the wood and use spray paint, so that you don't have to mess with the galvanizing. That or the expensive elastomeric roof coating. I'm thinking the green would look good in your shop.
CavemanJoe (11 months ago)
Brandon Lund If there's a commercial roofing company near you, they get 5-gallon buckets of that elastomeric roof coating in a few colors. The buckets run about $800, but if you take an empty quart can with you and offer a plug for the company in your video or just toss them $20, they'll probably let you fill it up. Stuff's expensive, but properly applied has a 20-40-year warranty (depending on manufacturer) on a roof, so on your shop door it'll last damn near forever. I both do and don't miss roofing. It sucked, but was fun. Kind of like the military.👍
CavemanJoe (11 months ago)
Brandon Lund They burn up quick, but they're perfect for thinner sheet metal if you don't have a TIG, and great for making small details on artistic pieces. They wiggle like crazy though, but if you can get steady with them, then a 1/8" 7018 suddenly feels like a surgeon's tool in your hand.
Brandon Lund (11 months ago)
I like that idea! I think you mentioned a while back about using some 1/16" harbor freight rods... I picked some up and used them to make my "sparker video". Your right, they burn super fast! I will have to give them a try on an actual project tho
Noah Jacob Smith (1 year ago)
Did You make it with woodprix instructions?
Marlene Pisani (7 months ago)
Always woodprick trollers!
Mason Outward (11 months ago)
love that Noah
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Noah Jacob Smith you said Wood Prick haahahaha
Alanna Ballew (1 year ago)
Daf (1 year ago)
That's the Bollox fella, even made the hinges, respect! oh patina all the way, just like a graceful old V Dubya :D
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you very much!
Adkins Mikkelsen (1 year ago)
Really enjoy it. Let's check woodprix plans also.
Adkins Mikkelsen (9 months ago)
I create my woodwork with woodprix so It's really strange to me that something like that happened to you. Do you need some help????? GOD bless you Brandon Lund!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Adkins Mikkelsen I tried woodprix plans and everything came out backwards and it caused my house to burn down. You’ve been warned.
oscardacrus (1 year ago)
OK muy buen trabajo
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you very much!
Fred (1 year ago)
Nice job! maybe try torch burning a finish to make it look rustic?
Gopi Nath (1 year ago)
Great job
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Gopi Nath thanks!
scholastica risty (1 year ago)
Kang Brandon damel nakas yg industrial kadospundi nggih
Blue Sky.04 (1 year ago)
I wish I have the tools that you have 😫
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Dunia Goméz it took me a while to build up this collection.
Francois Dastardly (1 year ago)
Very good work !
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you!
Romelia Polly (1 year ago)
Good to see that the stodoys has new plans to save my money and energy to build it.
Rhiannon Angell (3 months ago)
Very good idea
Romelia Polly (9 months ago)
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Whats all that crazy talk? Put the pipe down!
Big Time 6 Man (1 year ago)
Where can I get mental like that from and how much
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Big Time 6 Man I found this in the recycle pile at our metal recycler, but if you wanted to purchase the metal, you could find it at any store that sells roofing products.
Faith Smith (1 year ago)
What size are your pallets. You guys make things look too easy!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
faith smith thank you 😊 this was a big one! 8 feet roughly. I’m guessing a motorcycle or snowmobile was shipped on it.
patrick mcglone (1 year ago)
Brandon, I've been welding and fabricating for about 23 years now and prefer to build my own stuff ( table, welding carts, cherry picker, shop press, car Rotisserie) instead of buying. Also been building sheds,decks, garages, anything made of wood, and I have to say they're the nicest hinges I've seen made on YouTube. Great video and great job. 2 THUMBS UP
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you Patrick for the very nice comment! I really didn't have much of a plan when I set out to build the hinges, I kinda made it up as I went, but I am very happy how they came out. Thank you! :)
tony hernandez (1 year ago)
nice work buddy .very creative
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you very much Tony!
hama bamarny (1 year ago)
no its nice good job
hama bamarny (1 year ago)
i have a beg room in my house and i have almost tools. i do most what i need by my hand its so nice. thank you for the video
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
hama bamarny Thank you very much! 😁
john morley (1 year ago)
Great idea Brandon, gonna use this idea on my chicken coop and my deer blinds.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
john morley Excellent!!!
Aamir Habib (1 year ago)
Do some cool graffiti on it
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Your the first one to recommend this and I like it!
lce Cube (1 year ago)
One of the best. I love it.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
lce Cube Thank you!
Pro Gaming (1 year ago)
😆great job
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Pro Gaming Thank you!
Craig Dorsey (1 year ago)
Way to go dude!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thanks Craig!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Craig Dorsey Thanks man!
Ati Hun (1 year ago)
Hi brandon i liked a lot this project i also want to make my own garage door but i have no idea how to it. Best regards
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Ati Hun thank you very much!
JS Pizzolato (1 year ago)
Great job!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
JS Pizzolato Thank you very much!
skarobby (1 year ago)
Is simple door because it's enough
max grable (1 year ago)
Un verdadera maravilla!! Hermoso trabajo amigo
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Max grable Thank you very much brother!
Ty Kellerman (1 year ago)
Great idea
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Ty Kellerman Thank you!
Chad Burke (1 year ago)
Dope door! Hinges look great too. Are you a welder by trade?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Chad Burke Thank you! I'm completely out of the trades now, but I spent 20+ years as a carpenter. Much of that time was spent welding though.
Anthony Palasota (1 year ago)
Awesome Great video. Great info quick and to the point. Very professional. God loves you.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Anthony Palasota Thank you very much for the great compliment and God bless!
Jason Jameel Muller (1 year ago)
Wow..... Brandon is talented and gifted !!!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Jason Jameel Muller Thank you very much Jason!
Donny Crenshaw (1 year ago)
Great Job! Very Nice
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Donny Crenshaw Thank you very much!
Tom S (1 year ago)
nice one, I look. forward to more ideas
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Tom S Thank you very much Tom!
spymaine89 (1 year ago)
you have tools make doors more rugged , medieval.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+spymaine89 I like that idea!!!
St George (1 year ago)
1:21 the start
ensign4Him (1 year ago)
Great fun to watch and a beautiful outcome! You asked for thoughts on finish.... I would definitely have stained wood gray... and the rusted metal would be lovely! Try some test samples first so you do't worry about ruining that incredibly built door! BTW,... what is that tool you used to cut the metal..? awesome!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+ensign4Him Thank you so much! I will be trying some rusty panels very soon. I think the tool you are refering to is a plasma cutter. It's the one I used in the beginning to cut the door metal. Then I used a portable band saw for the rest of the project.
Trucker Tom (2 years ago)
that door is awesome, I wouldn't change a thing about it...
Les Mcc (1 year ago)
I would change one thing....put it in my house!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Trucker Tom Thanks man!!!!
zepe r (2 years ago)
nice job on your door sir.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+zepe r Thanks!!!
Lostboy. (2 years ago)
I love that door, I wish I had your skills matey.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thanks baxterboy23!!!!
Jason B (2 years ago)
Looks great I would prefer a more rusty rustic look but either way it was a great project
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Jason B Thanks Jason! I think I'm leaning that way also. The only thing holding me back is I have never tried to make something rust before. I'm a little scared of messing it up :)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Jason B Thanks Jason! I think I'm leaning that way also. The only thing holding me back is I have never tried to make something rust before. I'm a little scared of messing it up :)
key2010 (2 years ago)
if i had those tools i'ld be making airships by now
key2010 with time you will get it soon
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+William Ward That would look AWESOME! A lot of work, but it sure would look cool! I'm glad you enjoyed!
William Ward (1 year ago)
Very Good build. Hinges are Fantastic. I want to do the same thing with a Horse Stable project for the wife. She has 2 horses was thinking about making a Horse Stable with 20 Stalls; 1 row 10 Stalls per side.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+key2010 that would be an ambitious project! Thanks for watching!
happyjojo626 (2 years ago)
its beautiful as it is. I love it.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+happyjojo626 Thank you very much for that great comment! I'm glad you liked It! :)
Roger Shoaf (2 years ago)
I like the concept, but I have some criticism to offer, hopefully to be taken considered constructively. First is structural. Your design is not going to be very resistant to racking. All the weight is being supported by the tin with small nails. Not a good thing. Next is that you have no provision for a latch. Also you left the end grain on some of the wood without sealing. This is going to suck up a lot of moisture and then you will get a lot of swell and shrink issues. I think a better way would have been to make a solid skeleton frame from box tubing, and skinned that with the wood and tin. Cordially, Roger Shoaf
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Roger, thank you for your comments and suggestions, but your somewhat missing the point of the project and I mean that sincerely. The idea was to use materials that I already had on hand and come up with a fully functioning concept and design . Like many of my viewers, they want to imagine what they could do with limited resources and some brain storming. It might not be clear in the video, but the assembly was put together using lap joints with the metal sandwiched in between. The lap joints were then through bolted with steel backing plates. It's solid. It doesn't rack. Everything was then treated with wax including the end grain. It's wood. It's going to expand and contract regardless. As far as a latch is concerned, maybe an upcoming video is in order :) Take care and thanks for watching :)
arkansas13 (2 years ago)
Very well done! I'll check out more of your channel. ....13
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+arkansas13 I'm glad your liking It! Thanks for watching!
Arin Cee (2 years ago)
I like your idea from start to finish. I think I would just let it age naturally. Develop it's own patina frim its environment.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Arin Cee I'm still torn. Part of me likes how it looks now and the other half wants to experiment with something different. Decisions decisions :)
Barry Bostwick (2 years ago)
very nice Brandon,yes rusty with clear coat
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Barry Bostwick Thanks Barry!
Jonny's G (2 years ago)
Wow very nice !!👍👍👍👍
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Jonny Garage Thanks buddy! I appreciate the support!
americo souza (2 years ago)
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Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+americo souza Thanks man!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
americo souza Thank you and i appreciate your support!
Moderniasty (2 years ago)
Cool. I build Windows shutter from reclaimed wood in similar style like yours
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Moderniasty Very Cool!!! I love working with pallet wood. A lot of extra work, but it just has so much character when it's finished. Thanks for watching!
Danny Allen (2 years ago)
patina metal and a stain that matches the frame around the door that darker gray color
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thanks Man!
Danny Allen (2 years ago)
I understand 100%. keep up the cool builds they are looking good!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Danny Allen I totally agree. I've been doing some experementing with solutions...just a little hesitant to put it on the door. My luck says I will ruin it. Lol.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Danny Allen I totally agree. I've been doing some experementing with solutions...just a little hesitant to put it on the door. My luck says I will ruin it. Lol.
Mike Heuberger (2 years ago)
I just liked and subscribed. thanks for the videos, well done.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Mike Heuberger Thanks brother! I appreciate the support!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Mike Heuberger Thanks brother! I appreciate the support!
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Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+SOMKHID PANOMPHUM Thank you for watching!
1234tric (2 years ago)
Dud, your skills are far beyond most of us. Brain work too! What ever you decide on the finish;  I will like. You are a great handyman, - just like Norm! Great job!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+1234tric Thanks man! I was recently compared to Diresta, now Norm...Those are some big shoes to fill. Im honered to be compared to those great craftsman. Thanks for the support buddy and the kind words!
Darwin Guzman (2 years ago)
nice job
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Darwin Guzman Thanks man!
Les Vosloo (2 years ago)
Looks good.. be better aged though.. ether paint or rusted..
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Les Vosloo I agree. I think I'm going to try a rusted finish on it. It might make for an interesting video! Thanks for watching!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Les Vosloo I agree. I think I'm going to try a rusted finish on it. It might make for an interesting video! Thanks for watching!
Graham Higgins (2 years ago)
Hi - is that stainless for part of the hinges? was attempting hinges myself at the moment.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Graham Higgins Everything is mild steel.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Graham Higgins Everything is mild steel.
Erik Linwood (2 years ago)
Henry Mencia (2 years ago)
that is cool made more videos like that one
Kenneth Simoneau (2 years ago)
Great idea looks good.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Kenneth Simoneau Thanks!
Shaun75 (2 years ago)
Brandon, you got skills. Great video.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Shaun75 Thanks man! I'm glad you enjoyed, and thanks for the sub!
Barb Walk (2 years ago)
What a great Instructional video. This is just what I needed to see. you do such fantastic work. I love working with wood but welding is the one thing that I never learned how to do. Maybe there is still time if I can find a class? Anyway thanks for taking the time to help those of us out that are trying to be as good as you are and maybe some day I will be. Your great.
Barb Walk (2 years ago)
Thanks for the Address. I am looking forward to watching these. Have a Merry Christmas! And the Best New Year in 2017
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Barb Walk Thank you so much for the nice comment! You made my day! If you enjoy working with wood, you would probably love mig welding! There are a lot of good youtube channels dedicated to learning how to weld. One channel in particular that I really enjoy is called "Welding tips and tricks". He has a learn how to mig weld series which is great. I'll put a link to that series for you down below. Mig Welding Basics: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp0pALmMwc6v2ScmEGbvNSpNKcYA8GiGA
Brandon I just stumbled onto your videos and I have to say sir I'm glad I did. I've watched a couple now and really like your work!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Jim Smith Thanks Jim! I'm glad you enjoy!
Brina D (2 years ago)
Wow, I love to see how creative people can be. I am creative, but you put me to shame. Lol I love it.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Brina D Thank you for your compliment :) It doesn't always work out, but sometimes it does and i get to make a cool video about it! Thanks for watching Brina!
SIMON POVEY (2 years ago)
Nice job i love that oak the way it is
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+SIMON POVEY Thank you for the compliment Simon! I'm very happy with how it came out. I still have to figure out a latch for it though.
Ali Afreet (2 years ago)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thanks for watching Ali!
Matthew Golom (2 years ago)
Sir what type of welder was that and how easy is it to work could you please send me information on the type of welder do use please [email protected] thank you very much your video is awesome keep up the good work
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Matthew, Thank you for the compliment! The welder I'm using on this project is a Hobart Handler 140. For this I was using .030 wire and C-25 shielding gas. I learned to weld 20+ years ago on a stick welder so I cant say how easy the learning curve is but I believe it to be very basic and something you could pick up on very quickly. If your from the states, you can pick this welder up at most big box stores including Tractor Supply. I believe Northern and Harbor Freight carries this model also. I chose this welder because Miller and Hobart are the same and their parts interchange. For a while, this welder actually came with leads stamped and marked Miller.
Tammy Finch (2 years ago)
patina on metal. wood darker Brown. I love that idea.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Tammy Finch Thanks for watching!
the real Andrew Harvey (2 years ago)
Paul Cullen (2 years ago)
you could paint all the metal in black hammerite (gun-metal) finish. either way, nice work and thank you.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Paul Cullen that's actually an awesome idea! I might have to do some experimenting with this! Thanks for the comment and thanks for watching!
Michelle Palmer (2 years ago)
not the angle grinder
Michelle Palmer (2 years ago)
what is that handy cutting tool you used on the metal?
the real Andrew Harvey (2 years ago)
Michelle Palmer portaband
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Michelle Palmer It's called a "plasma cutter". It's one of my more recent tool purchases. I haven't used it on many of my projects but it's a lot of fun to use. Thanks for watching!
Warrick Taylor (2 years ago)
Nice work! Love that you hand made the hinges - was it cheaper than buying? Or just more fun? Cheers.
Angela Monteleone (2 months ago)
Ahahahahah the felling of making something yourself.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Warrick Taylor Making the hinges was cheaper than buying them because I used mostly all scrap...and it was a lot more fun too! Thanks for watching!
John Smith (2 years ago)
Nice job : )
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+John Smith Thank you for the kind comment! It was a fun project and I like it even more now that I can keep all the dust contained in the shop :)
jimpecoy (2 years ago)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thanks! I was a fun project!

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