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Building an Industrial Style side table end table using reclaimed pallet wood and metal. To add to the industrial feel, I added steel gusset plates and rivets. The wood was stained then treated with a clear satin finish. The metal was brought to a semi-bright finish using flap discs supplied by United Abrasives. After the metal was cleaned it was then treated with a paste wax to resist fingerprints and prevent rust. 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 http://www.unitedabrasives.com/
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Overkill
Brandon Lund (3 months ago)
+M B HAHAHA that was a good comeback on his part and even better on yours for not getting butt hurt!
M B (3 months ago)
+Brandon Lund I was messing with a guy on twitter about the Saints and he replied I'm sure your 2 followers agree with me. At that point I gave him kudos. LOL
Brandon Lund (3 months ago)
+M Bthanks man. Dometimes I cant help myself lol.
M B (3 months ago)
+Brandon Lund Boom love the response...............
Revived Builds (6 months ago)
Great response! Lol. Great build too.
Arturo Garza (8 days ago)
What were those little 3 pieces of metal that you welded to the metal plate? Were those just screws?
Arturo Garza (8 days ago)
+Brandon Lund Cool, thanks.
Brandon Lund (8 days ago)
Hey there! Those were steel rivets that I was using. I just gut them off and welded them on the backside for decoration.
Rob Brown (14 days ago)
Awesome
Brandon Lund (12 days ago)
Thank Rob!
Chris Hachet (19 days ago)
I loved this video.
Brandon Lund (18 days ago)
Thanks Chris!
Bent Fork Wearables (2 months ago)
This was awesome!! Would’ve loved a tutorial. Not good enough to see it and figure out myself.
Brandon Lund (2 months ago)
Thank you very much! I have had a few folks mention that a tutorial would be helpful and I have to agree. Expect to see this coming soon! Thank you for your support.
SIX EIGHT (2 months ago)
What size rivets are u using
Brandon Lund (2 months ago)
1/4" steel rivets and I get them here. http://www.blacksmithbolt.com/
Steelwood builds (3 months ago)
Great build! Where did you find the rivets for this project?
Brandon Lund (3 months ago)
+Steve HamelI know it sounds strange. I was told that rivets are sized by the size of the shaft x length, so 1/4" is the shaft size and the head is much bigger. I believe these are called 1/4 x 1/2 round head
Steve Hamel (3 months ago)
Brandon are those 1/4" round rivets? they look wider than 1/4" +Brandon Lund
Brandon Lund (3 months ago)
You can buy the 1/4" steel rivets HERE http://www.blacksmithbolt.com/
Rick Henry (4 months ago)
Beautiful work Brandon!
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
Thank you Rick!
Mervat El-Deftar (4 months ago)
Great job i like your care with fine details that made final product looks really good. Nice video making as well.
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
Thank you very much!
AGuyNamedAaron (5 months ago)
Oh wow great build, that thing looks awesome! How long did it take to make from start to finish?
Brandon Lund (5 months ago)
AGuyNamedAaron thanks man! I probably have a full day in it...maybe a little more
Paul Boyle (6 months ago)
Fantastic work Brandon. Really impressive. Well done, I’m hooked and subbed. Regards Paul.
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
Paul Boyle Thank you very much for the kind words and support!
Robert McLogan (6 months ago)
The music was too much for me. Would've totally dug it if you would've cut the music and just talked about what you were doing in the video.
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
Robert McLogan I actually agree with you. This was one of the very first videos I uploaded to youtube when I was first starting out. Now I try to add narration with a lot less background music. I truly appreciate your respectful critique. I have been meaning to actually do what you suggested and add narration but new video ideas pop up faster than I can keep up :) Thank you for watching and enjoy your weekend!
Savage Gentleman (6 months ago)
Very tidy work, its satisfying to build your own stuff. I see people commenting about the welded on rivets like it really matters. Its a furniture piece for show. I seen in another comment you would sell this for $100. I'd say that would retail in those fancy boutique city shops for anywhere between $400-500.
James Thompson (2 months ago)
Shoot, seen similar products built cheaper sold for $900-$1,000 and if you sold the set... $2,500-$2,600 easily. It's not about price gouging! It's about what type of person your marketing towards!
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
I would tend to agree with you! There are always those people in this world that would complain about having to pay taxes if they won the lottery lol. For the most part, people are very respectful on this channel. Thanks for watching and I appreciate your support!
Mojo Devirus (7 months ago)
Just plain beautiful !!!!!
Brandon Lund (7 months ago)
Mojo Devirus thank you very much!
Jonah Boylen (7 months ago)
This looks like what I saw on woodpri... Joking. This is the real deal. Well done. Which mechanic gloves are those?? And what epoxy did you use filling the cracks and holes? Westsystems? Edit: found the epoxy in comments below. Thanks.
Brandon Lund (7 months ago)
I started to read your "WoodPrix" comment and thought "here we go again", then I read it further lol It made me chuckle so thanks for the laugh :) These are just the original Mechanic Gloves but now I just buy a 3 pack of the mechanic gloves knock off's at Home Depot and have been real happy with them... they cast a lot less and last just as long. Thanks for the SUB! Much appreciated!
jupi jupi (7 months ago)
Nice and Good job !!!
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
Thank you very much!
Daniel Balfour (7 months ago)
How much $ does that sell for?
Daniel Balfour (7 months ago)
What gauge/thickness steel are you using there? I noticed you've got a HH140. How well does it handle in your experience?
Brandon Lund (7 months ago)
Daniel Balfour I haven’t tried selling them but based on time and material I would say no less than $100
Vadym Radkov (8 months ago)
Excellent to see that woodprix has new plans what helped me save some money and energy to build it.
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
Andre Qeen thank you for your support!
Eve Cloudlet (4 months ago)
I heard about woodprix instructions good opinions.
Andre Qeen (4 months ago)
Thank you Vadym. Pure awesomeness!
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
+Jonah Boylen thank you! I get that nonsense on my channel constantly. Thanks for shedding some light on it!
Jonah Boylen (6 months ago)
Read this before you even think about that woodprix garbage. https://woodgears.ca/ted/
Abby Babby (8 months ago)
I assume these are being made for yourselves, right?
Brandon Lund (8 months ago)
Yah, I don't do custom orders. Most of the stuff I make I either keep or donate to charity or family. I recently built an industrial coffee table and donated it to an auction where the funds were used to send some special needs folks to summer camp. I have a video of that on here somewhere. Thanks for watching!
Artem Lebedev (8 months ago)
so i made it too :D just by using woodprix plans:)
Cadena Ek (4 months ago)
Thanks a lot Artem. I love those plans!
Brandon Lund (8 months ago)
Artem Lebedev no you didn't
Egor Mrinskiy (9 months ago)
Do it yourself , go to woodprix website and learn how to make it.
Antonetta Kowalewski (4 months ago)
I love it
Jonah Boylen (6 months ago)
Woodprix is a total scam and waste of money. Plans on there are all freely available on the internet.
Brandon Lund (9 months ago)
Egor Mrinskiy if you want your project to be all screwed up, sure, have at it 👌
SPECTRE PK (10 months ago)
Tell me about weight of this table !
Brandon Lund (10 months ago)
SPECTRE PK you don't want to stub your toe into them, that's for sure! It weighs approximately 50 pounds.
The Bob Loblaw Show ! (11 months ago)
Beautiful project, great vid. But for all that is Holy, get rid of that music. Lol
gsardokla (11 months ago)
What he said about the noise-NOT music.
Maison Messer (1 year ago)
What did you use for the bottom of the wood?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Maison Messer that's just some 1/2" mdf to help support the thin pallet wood. If the pallet wood was thicker, I could have avoided this step.
lazy_gent (1 year ago)
Nice design. I like it simple! Check out my latest build! Just finished my by Lassen side table! (:
ll c (1 year ago)
nice but why didn't you use real rivets , the fake rivets make it fake
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
ll c the store was having a sale on "fake rivets" that day so I ordered a bunch ;)
Johnny Andersson (1 year ago)
Why fake rivits? It would probably take less time to put in real copper rivits and not much more time to put in steel rivits.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Johnny Andersson no particular reason.... just to be different.
C Kobesko (1 year ago)
Love the video. Is it easier to make your tops first and tack the steel around the frame. I always have an issue with a nice fit.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
I'm not sure what you said?
Salvatore57 Scinica (1 year ago)
C Kobesko 60porno uu
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+C Kobesko Thank you. I like doing the tops this way because there is no need to make precise cuts on the wood. The metal overlaps the wood enough all the way around.
CIRCULO ESPACIAL (1 year ago)
good job god blesyou
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+CIRCULO ESPACIAL Thank you and same to you!
MCBA VP (1 year ago)
Seems very strange to have non-functional rivets on gussets that are welded in place.  Why not just make the rivets functional?  Have we forgotten what the rivets are for in the first place???
Jonah Boylen (7 months ago)
It's for flair. Not function. Come onnnnnn.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you for your comment. I know exactly what the purpose of rivets are. When you build yours, you can rivet them like you suggested without any of the exposed welds, however, I did mine this way because that was the look I was going for.
Perro Dinamita (1 year ago)
Nice work!! Bravo!!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Perro Dinamita thank you!
Bettina (1 year ago)
What did you cut with the plasma cutter?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Bettina sorry. I missed the mark on that. Good eye! The plate steel for the corner gussets had to be trimmed to the proper width prior to me going back and cutting them to length. I was using the plasma cutter to speed up that process. I could have avoided that step simply by using 4” flat bar rather than making flat bar from my scrap pile.
Brian Greul (1 year ago)
Yikes, you really need to use push sticks on that table saw... very bad things can happen to your fingers if you don't respect the equipment and use proper safety gear.
Buckhorn Cortez (1 year ago)
I just love people who repeat cliches like they're making an original thought...
Brian Greul (1 year ago)
I always say safety takes a second... accidents are instant.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Brian Greul All excellent points brother. The saw stop is great, but as you said, expensive. As long as you don't allow your mind to wander, that rigid saw will be great for you. I know a shop teacher that recently ran his hand through the saw. It was a long recovery. He was thinking about everything except what he was doing, and more specifically where his hand was in relation to the work. FYI, I do use push sticks on occasion, but typically only when it's a narrow rip or I'm cutting a rabbit or dado and my finger actually passes over the blade below. I will utilize a push stick more in the future though because I don't want to pass off my comfort level in my videos as "this is the proper way", so thank you for bringing that up. It's an excellent point and really takes no extra effort :)
Brian Greul (1 year ago)
There are tons of professional woodworkers missing digits who would have said the same thing. To each their own. I did a ton of research on saw safety when I was evaluating SawStop. I opted to save my money and buy a Ridgid saw, but I came away from that research with a healthy fear of the blade. At a minimum, I'd suggest getting something with a riving knife and not standing down range of the "throw path". Awesome project btw, I fully plan to do something inspired by it. :)
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Brian Greul I Completely agree. I suppose it's my comfort level. Not saying it won't happen, but 25 years of running a table saw and I still have all 10 digits.
Best Access Doors (1 year ago)
Great job! Will you be doing more videos like this soon?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Best Access Doors Thank you! I'm always doing something unusual on my channel, so be sure to check back often. If you want to see a simular project, look for the "Industrial Cart" video.
Todd Caskey (1 year ago)
Sweet
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thank you very much Todd!
Gonzalo Medina (1 year ago)
what material is used to seal the holes in the minute 4.22 of the video
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Gonzalo Medina Thank you very much!
Gonzalo Medina (1 year ago)
Brandon Lund Thank you very much for the answer, and for the video, the table is very nice
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Gonzalo Medina Its a 2 part epoxy that I mixed up and put inside a general purpose injection nozzle. The epoxy I'm using in this video is made by Devcon. The nozzle did not work good. Just mix it up and put it on with a putty knife :)
idaslpdhr (1 year ago)
COOL !!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+idaslpdhr Thanks!
Amy Freytag Krohn (1 year ago)
What is the product name of the finish you put on the metal. Did it darken it too?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Amy Freytag Krohn for this project I just coated the bare metal with wax. Yes it darkened it a little but not much. It has darkened since I have made the video though.
jerichomozart (1 year ago)
Nice!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+jerichomozart Thank you very much!
Preston Fairchild (1 year ago)
what were your angle iron dimensions?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Preston Fairchild 1 1/2" x 1/8"
Михаил Мск (1 year ago)
Думаю, что сварка должна быть изнутри, а то и сварка и заклёпки.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Михаил Мск Thank you!
Михаил Мск (1 year ago)
6-43 It's done well, I like it, I try to do it. )))
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
All of the welding was done inside. Thanks for watching! :)
Rickey Racer (1 year ago)
This is Awesome bro. Can you tell me what that was you used to fill the voids between the pieces of wood? Thanks for sharing.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Thanks man, I've got my first build series coming up soon. It should be interesting. BTW, I'm not sure if your in the states, but home depot carries it for around $12.00. The bottles don't look big but it goes a long ways. This setup lasts me about a year. Take care.
Rickey Racer (1 year ago)
Thank You, I look forward to checking out more of your cool builds.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Rickey Racer thanks man! The stuff I used to fill the voids is a 2 part epoxy. You can get it at just about any hardware or big box store. This is the stuff I used in the video. http://www.esslinger.com/devcon-high-strength-5-minute-epoxy-1500psi-9oz-in-2-bottles/?utm_medium=googleshopping&utm_source=bc&gclid=Cj0KEQjwx6TJBRCWtsiXpI7bhOYBEiQA1en3F4da1xkY-YFn82FfoHuOhIV2ZN1JOTuMO7poQ0cbBBMaAr2g8P8HAQ
Robert Steen (1 year ago)
I really like the look of this. You didn't put some sort of finish on the metal parts? Clear coat or similar? Won't it rust?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Robert Steen Thanks man. On this one I didnt use anything and you have to be careful with drinks or any spills. I built a matching coffee table and used furniture paste wax and that worked really well. The microwave cart video I used clear enamel. That is the best protection but it doesn't patina like the bare or wax treated metal.
La Imagería (1 year ago)
Super cool!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+La Imagería Thank you! I appreciate your support!
UNKPCRIDE (1 year ago)
Where do you get the metal rivets? Looks great!
She Dongon (1 year ago)
UNKPCRIDE muli rodil naval
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
UNKPCRIDE Thank you! http://www.ebay.com/itm/282367600541
CT moog (1 year ago)
cool video. Thank you!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+CT moog Thank you for the support!
Ian Knottenbelt (1 year ago)
Beautiful job!
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Ian Knottenbelt Thank you Ian! This was one of my "earlier" videos but it was a lot of fun!
Ramon Panetta (2 years ago)
Stupendo.... Sei stato Veramente bravo ottimo lavoro..
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Ramon Panetta Thank you and thanks for watching!
ZH Fabrications (2 years ago)
Nice work! Looks like we have some similarities :)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+ZH Fabrications Hahaha, too funny. I just checked out your page. Thanks for your comment!
Buettner Burritt (2 years ago)
Go to woodprix website if you'd like to know how to build it. Good solutions for everyone I think
Brandon Lund (6 months ago)
They are con artists
John Coonradt jr.5 (2 years ago)
What size were those square plates before you cut the 45 on them
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+John Coonradt jr.5 3 1/2"
Honestly, how can one dislike this clip ? This is for me one of them every REAL man will like not only to watch but also to share. The final product is awesome !!!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Ricardo Amarante Fernandes ^^^ AWESOME comment! Thanks for the support!
Robert DeMilo (2 years ago)
Dang Brandon I love it.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thanks man! Stay tuned on the 25th, I'm releasing what I belive is the best project to date. I've had to hold off posting videos lately because a lot of the things I've been building are presents. Appreciate the kind comment. Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays.
Down Stroke (2 years ago)
Awesome work. Nice tables👌🏼
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thanks man! Stay tuned for Sunday when I will be releasing my latest welding video!
Justin Ciriello (2 years ago)
Forgive my ignorance but are you spot welding or mig welding? I can't tell.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Justin Ciriello glad I could help man!
Justin Ciriello (2 years ago)
Yep, that explains my confusion in the beginning. Thangs a ton.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Justin Ciriello The process is MIG welding, but there are times when I was "spot welding" (also known as "tack welding") when I was getting everything fit up prior to the finish weld. I hope I answered your question and thanks for watching!
Vincenzo barba (2 years ago)
hello this is a very great job. please can you write me the model of your welding? have a good day enjoy😊
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Vincenzo barba Thanks! The welder I'm using for this project is a Hobart Handler 140
Ole Morten Elstad (2 years ago)
What kind of rivets do you use?
Ole Morten Elstad (2 years ago)
Thanks. I'll have a look. I will have a look at your other videos aswell. Good work. :)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Ole-Morten Elstad sorry, I looked to see if I could find the link and no luck. If you search 5/16 steel rivet on ebay it should come up. You will not find a rivet short enough so you will have to cut them like i did. Just look at the head of the rivets and the rest you cut off. If you can't find them, let me know and I will dig a little deeper for you.
Ole Morten Elstad (2 years ago)
Cool. Really love the table. Want to make one myself. You wouldn't happen to have a link to the auction? :)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Ole-Morten Elstad I used 5/16" Steel rivets that I found on ebay.
Alex Barnoya (2 years ago)
good work bro
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Alex Barnoya Thanks man!
Sandra Bullock (2 years ago)
Awesome man! Inspiring me to up-skill my welding :p
Sandra Bullock (2 years ago)
Excellent, will keep an eye out. Cheers!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Jordan D Thanks Man! I have a new welding video coming out late next week I think you might like:) Thanks for watching!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Jordan D Thanks Man! I have a new welding video coming out late next week I think you might like:) Thanks for watching!
jimmy may (2 years ago)
I like the tunes
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+jimmy may Thanks man!
iiinsaiii (2 years ago)
nice!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+iiinsaiii Thank you!
Larry Wright (2 years ago)
Great job. Just wondering what you call them little half round pieces, that you welded in the corner plates? Thanks
Larry Wright (2 years ago)
Can you tell me what size you used> Thanks
Larry Wright (2 years ago)
Thanks Brandon
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Larry Wright Thanks for watching Larry. Those are steel rivets that I found on ebay...kinda like the rivets you see on bridges, but a lot smaller. I'm glad you enjoyed it!
Yvan Roy (2 years ago)
Wow, you made a lot of those little false rivet gusset plates. They really dress up the project, nice work.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Yvan Roy Thanks! Yeah it was a lot of work. What you don't see is that I was actually making 2 of these simultaneously, so it was quite time consuming to build. Thank you for the nice complimen!
TT OKC (2 years ago)
Couldn't tolerate the music long enough to get to the end of the video.  Guess I'll never know how it turned out.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+TT OKC probably a good idea to move along then!
Mohammad Wassef (2 years ago)
What kind of welding machine is this
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Hobart 140
Mactriz (2 years ago)
Great job ;-)
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
Thank you! I sure was a lot of fun!
Tradstone701 (2 years ago)
great skills and result! but work on the video technics and choose another music!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Tradstone701 Thank you. This was pretty much my first real build video, so it was a learning experience for me. I try to get better with each video I do.
Scott Turner (2 years ago)
Love the look, nice job! That Pallet wood scrubbed up pretty darn good!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Scott Turner Thanks! It's a lot of work but pretty satisfying when your all done. Thanks for watching!
Nicely done Brandon. Congratulations
U R WELCOME
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Silvaraci Designer - USA Thank you and thanks for watching!
james boyd (2 years ago)
love the epoxy idea with the pallet wood. it still looks rustic and at the same time looks very smooth with no compromise on either side.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+james boyd Your absolutely spot on! It's the best thing I've found when using it on pallet wood for the reason you pointed out, that it still retains its rustic look. It's also extremely stable (no cracking) during season changes. Thanks for watching!
Carter Wilson Workshop (2 years ago)
Good job. These came out real nice.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Carter Wilson Workshop Thank you! It was a lot of work but a lot of fun too.
muonwap (2 years ago)
What did you use for the rivets look? did you cut those down? Thanks!!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+muonwap Thanks for watching!
muonwap (2 years ago)
Awesome. Thank you!!!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+muonwap I actually found the rivets on ebay and cut them to the proper length. For this project I used 5/16" round head rivets. No matter what you find for rivets, you will likely have to cut them. The shortest I have found are 1/4" and that's still too long.
jon hayward (2 years ago)
Nice job Mr.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+jon hayward Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it! If you enjoyed this one, stay tuned. I have another "furniture build" being released in 2 weeks.
Henry Sanchez (2 years ago)
sick...... I like that
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Henry Sanchez Love this comment! Thanks for watching!
Alex Liaskos (2 years ago)
what do you call those wedge looking pieces at the corners? I really enjoyed watching this btw, it was pretty self explanatory what you were doing, so no need for instructions imo
Alex Liaskos (2 years ago)
yes Im looking to use them as decorative as well, but I wanted to get some inspiration and I didn't know how to look them up. thanks for the info!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Alex Liaskos Thanks for watching Alex! Those corner pieces are called "gusset plates". They are typically used to strengthen a connection. In this application it was purely decorative though.
Chantz Fabz (2 years ago)
How in the heck do you not have 100,000 subs! You got my sub keep up the good work this project is awesome!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Scy thank you for your comment and it actually does make sense. I often switch my videos up just for that reason. Some have dominant music, some with background music, some with music and narration and some with no music at all. Thanks for watching!
Scy (2 years ago)
I'd guess it's because of the dominant music. People enjoy watching stuff like this, but either with comments, instructions or just the sound of the work. If I want music I have my own. If that makes sense.
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Chantz Fabz I love building stuff! Thanks for the sub! Subbed back!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Chantz Fabz I love building stuff! Thanks for the sub! Subbed back!
Chantz Fabz (2 years ago)
I'm gonna be making some furniture hopefully soon if I quit working so many hours! And you have me a bunch of cool ideas
How I made (2 years ago)
love it..really matches the living space. subd!
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+How I made Thank you and thanks for watching!
Simon Hopkins (2 years ago)
really like what you've done here well done
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+Simon Hopkins Thank you and thanks for watching. This was one of my favorite projects to build.
Mr. Entrepreneur (2 years ago)
which welder do you have?
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+trevonmc32 Thanks for watching. I'm using a Hobart Handler 140 for this project.
Mr. Entrepreneur (2 years ago)
which welder do you have?
Brandon Lund (2 years ago)
+trevonmc32 For this project I'm using a Hobart Handler 140

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