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  • I was in the Navy 27 years, as a young sailor I was taught to splice wire rope and that's no joke!! He made that look easy!

    Mike PalmerMike Palmer15 күн бұрын
    • I hate to admit it, but I could never learn how to splice a choker cable, although it was done by iron workers, and myself being a crane operator working with them, they tried to teach me, I just was a complete failure at it.

      HankshawHankshaw42 минут бұрын
    • Lol I’m always waiting for someone to say exactly this!

      Scott FrostScott Frost9 сағат бұрын
    • @Chris Jones currently working at the mill as a booman and splicing rope or patch wire is no joke I got mad respect for the guys who make this look easy cuz I been practicing for a few months and I can splice but it isn’t pretty yet lol

      Mikey KhanMikey Khan19 сағат бұрын
    • It's definitely sped up but yeah still cool

      O'be1 WithTheForceO'be1 WithTheForceКүн бұрын
    • It's not that hard.

      Jimmy D CricketJimmy D CricketКүн бұрын
  • I love how it just seamlessly braids itself together with his firm guidance

    Wisconsin aquaticsWisconsin aquaticsКүн бұрын
  • Daughter: “Dad can you braid my hair” Dad: “I can braid anything😂”

    Lenny MeccaLenny Mecca2 күн бұрын
    • Jajajaja

      Chuleta ChuletonChuleta Chuleton9 сағат бұрын
    • @Jesse McGouirk LOL

      shizukagozen777shizukagozen77721 сағат бұрын
    • @Jesse McGouirk LMFAOOOOOO

      OofOofКүн бұрын
    • À

      Samija BerisaSamija BerisaКүн бұрын
    • Including the BF if he don't mind his manners 🤣

      viciousrap700viciousrap7002 күн бұрын
  • Que trabajo, que fuerza tiene el muchacho , mucha práctica .👏

  • He did it so well but i know it is damn tough. No wonder it shows how much strength this guy has. Superb!

    Ahmar MansoorAhmar Mansoor16 сағат бұрын
    • As someone who does this as an on the spot repair to barge winch wires he did this extremely well however its not as hard as I feel your imagining. After you split the wire evenly (comes apart very easy from the end) it almost rolls itself when you find the groove the one side lays into the other ( also surprisingly easy) add a little muscle and it rolls the eye darn near itself

      john Owenjohn Owen3 сағат бұрын
  • Dont mess with this dude you will look like a pretzel when he's done with you

    Don CookDon Cook18 күн бұрын
    • @shizukagozen777 That's true xD I love to travel, so I'll definitely come over to france soon. Do you have insta or Twitter? Would be funny if we were to become friends, through youtube comments xD

      FaFbianFaFbian4 сағат бұрын
    • @FaFbian You should definitely visit France ! Plus you're not too far so yeah. I hope you'll get the opportunity someday. ^^

      shizukagozen777shizukagozen7774 сағат бұрын
    • @shizukagozen777 Wow, I would like to visit France. I have only been to the airport in paris so far

      FaFbianFaFbian5 сағат бұрын
    • So funny 😂😂😂

      chandan kumarchandan kumar5 сағат бұрын
    • @FaFbian From France.

      shizukagozen777shizukagozen7775 сағат бұрын
  • My father has been a hand splicer all his life, all done by his bare hands, 85 year's old and he's still working doing it, He's been the best in Australia. I reckon he could teach him a lot . Keep up the good work dude.

    Elle AppsElle Apps2 күн бұрын
  • Força e habilidade combinada. Profissional nota 10!!!

    murilo Oliveiramurilo Oliveira2 күн бұрын
  • Lives depend on how well this man does this job! Thank you!

    Ron MatthewsRon Matthews2 күн бұрын
  • Wow! I've sold a lot of these wire rope slings, but I've never seen one made. I understand now why they cost what they do. That is some serious manual labor 👍👍

    Bruce LorenzenBruce LorenzenКүн бұрын
  • "There's probably a machine that makes this." Nope we just got this big guy in the back.

    Brandon DennisBrandon Dennis15 күн бұрын
    • Yeah the Maschine just makes 50 in the time he makes one so 🤷‍♂️

      Dominik MinetDominik MinetКүн бұрын
    • @Lina Khamis oh yeah deff. If he is like me he has a hand shake that can make people squeal. Lol wire workers usually have strong hands and horrendous forearms 💪

      shucky duckyshucky ducky2 күн бұрын
    • Like in Crocodile Dundee you don't need a gun when you got a gronk!

      Johnny cJohnny c2 күн бұрын
    • @shucky ducky Thanks for the info!! It takes a lot of strength to do that!!God bless and help these workers!!!

      Lina KhamisLina Khamis3 күн бұрын
    • @shucky ducky dont tell me your last name is shuck...

      Larry ShuckLarry Shuck4 күн бұрын
  • Im a longshoreman we use those everyday...use to make them but its a lost art!! Great work keep it up bud!!

    Jed KingsleyJed Kingsley14 сағат бұрын
  • I already knew how to splice rope, but I had always wondered how it worked with metal cables. Now I know, it's not quite the same, in fact it's completely different, and in a way I hadn't thought of before

    TheSandsofFlowingTimeTheSandsofFlowingTime11 сағат бұрын
  • My dad taught me this many years ago with smaller cable and rope. It's very useful.

    Robin SmithRobin Smith2 күн бұрын
  • when I was in the merchant navy I spent an entire day putting an eye splice on a piece of wire half this circumference...with a Swedish fid..Imy hands and face looked like I'd had a go with a cougar.....this guy's core strength must be off the scale ..respect...RESPECT from the UK.

    CopeeCopee3 сағат бұрын
  • Was waiting for the part where he feeds this into some machine to finish it out but apparently he is the machine.

    flukshunflukshun13 күн бұрын
    • @Mark Shell that is the easy way , try using an old vice on a bench using oiled wooden spikes n ur brain for a counterweight plus wrap in marlin twine so it's all tightly bound , great craft its called rigging n once you start you can rig anything up . Enjoy ur day n I'll head to the shed where even the smells remind me of my old Dad RIP,, A hands on master ringer, loved watching it all get put together .

      Jimmy GaynorJimmy GaynorКүн бұрын
    • I was waiting for him to stamp the Ferrule. I did this exact job years ago. Really fun to learn. But after 6 months you want to do something else lol.

      SentoHugSentoHugКүн бұрын
    • And a very proficient one too

      Bruce LorenzenBruce LorenzenКүн бұрын
    • Yes sir... so was i. This was hella impressive

      jugghead 1975jugghead 1975Күн бұрын
    • @Tag Howard He could probably use the same press for a crimp

      apathy11303apathy113032 күн бұрын
  • Ótimo de serviço!👏👏👏👏

    Isaac NovaisIsaac Novais18 сағат бұрын
  • Damn that’s one hard working dude. Much respect.

    David HoldbrookDavid HoldbrookКүн бұрын
  • Oh my God the strength involved just to bend those two hoops never mind intertwine them always amaze me how they made those loops

    william gronbachwilliam gronbach2 күн бұрын
  • I always wondered how that was done that’s cool as hell

    Mac LemasterMac Lemaster3 күн бұрын
  • I always wondered how that was done. Thanks that’s really interesting.

    only1muppetonly1muppet4 күн бұрын
    • Reversed play

      Asad KhanAsad Khan2 күн бұрын
    • На флоте всему научишься!

      Юрий Д.Юрий Д.3 күн бұрын
  • Tato tiempo trabajando en perforación y usamos ese tipo de cables y nunca había visto cómo se hacen excelente

    Bernardo BeltranBernardo Beltran17 сағат бұрын
  • Muito bom esse cara é o cara 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

    Sandro CostaSandro Costa17 сағат бұрын
  • Great work! You are so lucky to still have the physical strength to do that job!

    Southern ComfortSouthern ComfortКүн бұрын
  • Glad to know he takes pride in his work makes me feel alot better when I do mine

    Shawn DurbinShawn Durbin2 күн бұрын
  • A man with a working man's PHD. Good on you sir, pride everyday

    Austin StuderAustin Studer4 күн бұрын
  • So incredibly satisfying to watch a master craftsman at work

    Dan PletsDan PletsКүн бұрын
  • What's the tensile strength of that wire rope, and the working load limit of the spliced loop?

    TomBrooklynTomBrooklynКүн бұрын
  • They may just learn how to do this when I was an apprentice and I work as Union thanks bro glad to see you getter done in a minute. 👍💯🦾

  • On my fishing boat in Alaska we used to splice cable with the braiding method.. this method looks so much easier... A classic case of working smart

    filthy Phil Brownfilthy Phil Brown3 күн бұрын
  • Dang, can you imagine how strong this guy is doing this day in and day out!!

    Jason MacneilJason Macneil16 күн бұрын
    • @Darrell Dobson lol i see you deleted my comment.

      Caribbeañ In The HouseCaribbeañ In The House8 күн бұрын
    • @Darrell Dobson but you're not smarter than me.

      Caribbeañ In The HouseCaribbeañ In The House9 күн бұрын
    • @sledgenwedge 🤣

      Jason MacneilJason Macneil10 күн бұрын
  • This is common practice in many fields. Only, I've never braided back cable this big!

    Justin GonzalezJustin Gonzalez5 сағат бұрын
  • Oh boy, what a job this guy has!!!! I will ask retirement after 1 day. Man, deeply respected.

    D’AluidiD’AluidiКүн бұрын
  • People have no idea how hard it is to actually braid an eye into cable like that by hand. I used to have to do it when I was working for the coast guard when the crane eyes would need redone.

    AbsoluteInfinityAbsoluteInfinity2 күн бұрын
  • Much respect! That is real work!

    Justin LeeJustin Lee19 сағат бұрын
  • That’s one of the most satisfying videos I’ve ever watched. Perfection.

    Dan KellyDan Kelly4 күн бұрын
    • Actually no. He didn’t crimp it lol

      dcappucinodcappucino3 күн бұрын
    • Yeah man, dudes pretty competent and this is damn cool👍😀

      Foster MorouFoster Morou3 күн бұрын
  • He is the strongest man I wanted to be in my young years!

    J AJ A2 күн бұрын
  • Simples e eficiente.

    joseilton ferrazjoseilton ferrazКүн бұрын
  • Great skills. He makes it look so easy. Brilliant

    James StreetJames Street18 сағат бұрын
  • After seeing this guy, I feel like I've never worked a day I'm my life. 😲

    Rochelle JohnsonRochelle Johnson5 күн бұрын
  • Muito satisfatório😁

    WSMWSM20 сағат бұрын
  • Muito satisfatório😁

    WSMWSM20 сағат бұрын
  • Now that’s some hard work right there!

    Mark SMark S2 күн бұрын
  • Love his skills & work ethics.

    Carmen RoussellCarmen Roussell3 күн бұрын
  • Now that's a tough job. I can't imagine doing that 40 hours p/w

    DaithiDaithi17 күн бұрын
    • @J.R. whitehead machines don't have quite the dexterity required for this type of thing. I'm sure it's been tried.

      Ben TateBen TateКүн бұрын
    • He's gonna need painkillers in a few years

      Soberanis FamSoberanis Fam3 күн бұрын
    • It's way tougher jobs out here dude

      Devonte DewmanDevonte Dewman3 күн бұрын
    • @Papa Coach Oh, you’re so cute, bringing your insecurities toward woman about a video that as nothing to do with your comment. I’m sorry your Mommy hurt you. Do you need a hug?

      J NuttyJ Nutty4 күн бұрын
    • @J.R. whitehead They do! His name is Eddie!

      J NuttyJ Nutty4 күн бұрын
  • Никогда не видел и не подозревал, как это делается! 👍

    Serges 123Serges 1233 күн бұрын
  • I loved work like this when I was still young.

    David GarnerDavid Garner2 күн бұрын
  • Being in a mechanical field myself. I was waiting for the supervisor to show up and complain that he’s not wearing his safety glasses. He’s has them handy for when it gets dangerous.

    goneshootin69goneshootin69Күн бұрын
  • Обычная мочка, только он делает в комфорте, а мы делали в шахте всё вручную.... Шахтёры поймут👆💪😉😁

    Роман СамойленкоРоман Самойленко4 сағат бұрын
  • I'd love to see some of these social media influencers attempt some real work like this.

    Truth Inc.Truth Inc.16 күн бұрын
    • @King Kazuma Ive seen the checks myself. They are making 8-20k a month. I have friends who make money money.

      NaySay NetworkNaySay Network12 сағат бұрын
    • @NaySay Network no they dont

      King KazumaKing Kazuma14 сағат бұрын
    • @Aloha Tigers because being an "influencer" isn't even a real job and doesn't make money unless you have tits and decent looks. A job actually requires skill and I'm sure this guy gets paid a lot more than some influencers

      King KazumaKing Kazuma14 сағат бұрын
    • @skepticalgenious if you don't want to have a bad back and have to take painkillers then the guy in the video is doing it all wrong

      Soberanis FamSoberanis Fam2 күн бұрын
    • @Soberanis Fam although your correct. Society needs electricians, plumbers, repair specialists(automobiles, buildings Exectera) not everyone can be a billionaire only making wealth from intellect. Not producing that which is necessary for society's existence. It's micro/macro in my opinion and reciprocal.

      skepticalgeniousskepticalgenious2 күн бұрын
  • Things on a macro or a micro level always look more fascinating 🧐

    I love it !I love it !3 сағат бұрын
  • Some kaha there bro..mean strength...I use to watch my dad splice wire ropes out in the bush for forestry machines and he was powerful...but technique he said was the key

    Tumai RatuTumai Ratu2 күн бұрын
  • Ого!!!вот это сила!!! Ты Супер, парень!!! 👍👍👍🔥🔥🔥✊💪

    Л. В. Е.Л. В. Е.3 күн бұрын
  • Dude getting his work done. Respect.

    DonDon2 күн бұрын
  • That is true skill of a man who knows exactly what he's doing!

    Joshua MurrayJoshua Murray18 күн бұрын
    • Skills matter yup

      Honey BeeHoney Bee16 күн бұрын
    • I’ve done that many times but with much thinner wires, I worked on barges for many years.

      allabout perspectiveallabout perspective17 күн бұрын
  • Mis respetos para todos los que hacen el trabajo duro sea lo q sea bendiciones

    AlexAlex2 күн бұрын
  • Isso que é trabalhador de verdade

    E7E7Күн бұрын
  • I thought they'd be some kinda clamping device to squeeze that collar at the end but hey GREAT JOB!!

    Rocky-IVRocky-IV2 күн бұрын
  • Love this type of labor💪🏽

    Omar DiazOmar DiazКүн бұрын