Antique Saw Restoration

2022 ж. 25 Қар.
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  • Japanese saw giveaway, remember, no locals! This one is for everyone else, worldwide shipping included www.blacktailstudio.com/giveaway and people, PLEASE look at the name of who contacts you. If it doesn't say "blacktail studio" it isn't me. Anything will "telegram" or some number is a scam. I probably will not do another one of these because people think I am the one scamming them, please help other people in the comments who don't read this or are leaving me angry comments because they think its me. This is a real giveaway, but you need to visit the link above, not some telagram or whatsapp number.

    Blacktail StudioBlacktail Studio2 ай бұрын
    • Is the giveaway over? just curious

      Josh BurnsJosh Burns3 күн бұрын
    • To answer your question, I like this video, and I am watching it. I think your table videos are more interesting, but I like it. Just make the stuff you enjoy. It's ok if you're Channel broadens a bit in appeal.

      Matthew MathisMatthew Mathis28 күн бұрын
    • I'm actually curious if you considered giving their saw back to the gentlemen who sold it to you...they seemed to not want to part with it - maybe it was a family heirloom or something? I'm new here. Cool videos!

      Lex LojekLex Lojek29 күн бұрын
    • Next project has something to do with a heavy and bendy thing and isn't wood, looks like either a thick steel cable or rebar maybe?

      Vladimir IvanovVladimir IvanovАй бұрын
    • Kind of wish you would have super restored it and brought it back to the shop :). Bet it would have blown the old timer away.

      It's just Anti.It's just Anti.Ай бұрын
  • Well done 47, looks like you successfully restored a Japanese saw, with minimal casualties.

    Josiah SmithJosiah SmithАй бұрын
    • @Eto Hige Gamer Culture or Johnny Sins

      cheatafastgaming jmkcheatafastgaming jmk8 күн бұрын
    • This is the one. Lol

      Fae MarieFae Marie23 күн бұрын
    • Dude he could totally be Agent 47 😯

      Eto Hige Gamer CultureEto Hige Gamer Culture25 күн бұрын
  • Hey Saitama, loved the video! Restorations are always fun to both do and watch! Paul Sellers also has some great info about sharpening saws.

    DammSkippyDammSkippy10 күн бұрын
  • Jason Statham, I love the video! I like the restoration, and I like the idea of changing things up every once in a while! Also I appreciate the fact that you could make something and then decide that you don't like it and throw it away. I think it takes a lot of guts, but it's good to be honest with ourselves!

    J FoJ FoАй бұрын
  • Personally you pull off Pitbull vibes!! I think that as your channel grows so should you as a creator. Yes your woodworking content brought us all here but your personality and humor and transparency of your fails and not so smooth projects really makes us also see the human in you. I appreciate all the content. Thank you for taking us with you.

    Elvis RomeroElvis RomeroАй бұрын
    • Dale

      Gusto GustoGusto Gusto10 күн бұрын
  • Mr. Clean, love this video, sometimes i lose motivation to woodwork but watching your videos always sparks it back up!!

    DavidDavidАй бұрын
  • Hey Johnny Sins, loved the vid. Wouldn't mind seeing some more off-brand stuff like this, really enjoying the variety.

    ComplexitiesComplexities2 ай бұрын
    • Is that a fumkin tau profile picture?

      PrinzEugen02PrinzEugen0225 күн бұрын
    • Johnny Sins...ha...ha....🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

      dr jeremy v pachuaudr jeremy v pachuau28 күн бұрын
    • Woodwork and working with wood.

      driacondriaconАй бұрын
    • @Josh S Average Reddit user

      Ben DoverBen DoverАй бұрын
    • Frog blast the vent core!

      ExpertOfSoundExpertOfSoundАй бұрын
  • Mr. CLean, I consider myself a long time watcher and I like your deviations every so often because it gives this channel some extra flavor. Keep up the great entertainment!

    Mrs. G SilverMrs. G Silver17 күн бұрын
  • I love these videos. Sometimes they are mesmerising, sometimes they are soothing, sometimes fascinating. I love to see how creative you can be whether making tables or refurbishing a saw. I admire anyone who is creative and skilled.

    My MobileMy Mobile2 күн бұрын
  • I know this was done a couple of months ago, BUT this was awesome to watch something old be transformed back into what it was. Hope you do do more of these. Not only that i am a sucker for Japanese tools.

    SeleneSelene3 күн бұрын
  • i love this video, love seeing you apply your process to other projects. please keep it up

    Evan LauerEvan Lauer9 күн бұрын
  • This was a nice change of scenery. I think one restoration video for every 2 or 3 furniture videos would be really nice!

    Bryson WoodBryson Wood2 ай бұрын
    • I totally agree. 👍🏻

      Mahmood AlmarzooqiMahmood AlmarzooqiАй бұрын
    • I agree, I liked it too.

      MichaelMichaelАй бұрын
    • Agreed

      Knight masterKnight masterАй бұрын
    • For sure, it's good to shake it up a little

      Bryant SmythBryant SmythАй бұрын
    • @Blacktail Studio totally random question, but did you send a picture of the restoration to the son of the shop owner? It might get him out of some trouble for his dad to know you did such nice work and actually used the saw, even if only once.😉

      nfcappsnfcappsАй бұрын
  • i love this video, love seeing you apply your process to other projects. please keep it up

    Evan LauerEvan Lauer9 күн бұрын
  • The saw after the restoration looks absolutely amazing. The first handle is a thing only a mother could love. So glad you re-made the original afterall!

    GravityGravity14 күн бұрын
  • when you drilled a hole through the tang for that dragon pin at that point i was a little scared that it could give the steel weak spots where it would break more easily when used. but it seemed to work out fine. i really like that you decided to make a handle that looks more like the original btw great video. interesting tool.

    acalavidyarajaacalavidyaraja4 күн бұрын
  • I love process videos of all forms - new to the channel and I love what I see! Keep up the amazing work.

    The Tryhards feat. the Common ConnoisseursThe Tryhards feat. the Common Connoisseurs15 сағат бұрын
  • Wow Cam, you’re like the Beatles of woodworking videos, great stuff!

    NannersNanners2 ай бұрын
    • @Blacktail Studio you kinda set yourself up for that.. lol

      Living DreamsLiving Dreams8 күн бұрын
    • lmao

      Ludovic LacroixLudovic LacroixАй бұрын
    • 😂😂 well played

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioАй бұрын
    • That's an insult to the Beatles.

      SecondLifeDesignerSecondLifeDesignerАй бұрын
    • Ouch!

      sunriseshellsunriseshell2 ай бұрын
  • I liked the video - it's always interesting to see how you respond to those "mistakes" or changes to the design and how you recover to make another beautiful piece.

    Bryan HimebaughBryan Himebaugh11 күн бұрын
  • 10:25 After hearing the story, I think this is exactly the reason why they don't want to sell it. They probably respect the saw and keep it as it is. It probably got some history and meaning behind the saw. Should probably ask the shop for it's past if they know anything before you destroy/restore it.

    ニツネ NitsuNeニツネ NitsuNeАй бұрын
  • Really like your choice of handle. I’ve used cold bluing a lot over the years - good touch.

    Jim AndersonJim Anderson9 күн бұрын
  • For laser removal I think iron oxide (rust) absorbs the wavelength of the laser better than the steel which results in the iron oxide vaporizing (turning into gas) while the steel just gets hot. Not sure what wavelength the lasers were, I'm guessing they were red - near IR though I'm not an expert on rust so I don't know it's absorbtion spectrum.

    Logan ReidyLogan Reidy2 күн бұрын
  • Lol that Gremilins refrence almost went over my head for a min, but when I realized I burst out laughing. Much respect for choosing a different handle, I too probably would of switched after getting that far, just goes to show we all over think our creation process.

    Adam ChairesAdam Chaires2 ай бұрын
    • That exact same thing happened to me!

      Manuel GutierrezManuel Gutierrez2 күн бұрын
    • Soon as he said “his son said meet me out back” I was like .. where have i heard this story before ? Lol

      TrEfLiPzTrEfLiPz7 күн бұрын
    • That joke took me so long

      Sawyer NilssonSawyer Nilsson28 күн бұрын
    • I was looking for a comment like this‼️🤘🏼😎🤘🏼‼️

      William CulveauxWilliam CulveauxАй бұрын
    • As soon as he mentioned the grandson and that there was some rules it instantly got me to think of the Gremlins.. guess I've seen that movie way to much lol

      ZyrelRohanZyrelRohanАй бұрын
  • I love seeing tool restorations - more than furniture (which I also enjoy). These vids are a great way to relax, especially given that I have no talent for either.

    Alysson RowanAlysson Rowan27 күн бұрын
  • Hey Mike Tyson, great video and I loved the restoration. I think as long as you’re doing something you really enjoy and are interested in, it translates for us, the viewers.

    Brook JohnsonBrook Johnson8 күн бұрын
  • This is super cool, loved this video. Hope to see more of this!

    genkisudogenkisudo14 күн бұрын
  • The Rock Johnson Love tool restoration videos and would love to see more like this from you!!!

    Nathan OdleNathan Odle18 күн бұрын
  • I love that you were done with a handle, hated it, then redid it. That’s one of the most difficult things to realize. Fantastic work

    Matt CasoniMatt Casoni2 ай бұрын
    • @What Could Go Wrong The shape and finish of it just didn't mix well with the looks of the saw. Japanese hand tool aesthetics seem to favor simplistic and precise handles. It was a great looking handle, just not on this saw. It would be like seeing an ornate European rapier handle with silver braid and jeweled basket on a broadsword or katana...it might be really functional and look awesome on its own, but the two together would look wrong on so many levels.

      Skinflaps MeatslapperSkinflaps MeatslapperАй бұрын
    • I liked the first handle better…

      What Could Go WrongWhat Could Go WrongАй бұрын
    • @Blacktail Studio :: great spalted handle but for another tool ..or utensil …js

      CodeBlueCodeBlue2 ай бұрын
    • Killing your baby, that's hard to do.

      redmatrixredmatrix2 ай бұрын
    • 14:12 Believe it or not, this was my most favorite part of the video. "I don't like all of it"

      Gr1nd3rsGr1nd3rs2 ай бұрын
  • Hey man, love your work! Hopefully I’ll be able to buy a piece from you one day. Just a thought, and this is by no means what you should do, just an example for inspiration, but what about doing a rectangular table where you cut out a circle in the middle and have a completely separate piece of epoxy wood as the centerpiece within the table. Just a cool concept I thought of and figured you’d be the best possible person to make a super cool piece with that idea. Keep it up man!

    Col StinsonCol StinsonАй бұрын
  • Fantastic video as usual, always good to change it up a little! Would love to know if you considered taking it back to where you originally bought it from to see if they liked it!! 👍🏻

    Nick BairdNick Baird25 күн бұрын
  • I really enjoyed to see how it was made. Singular and a good project! 🇧🇷

    Osiel AlvesOsiel Alves28 күн бұрын
  • Hey Dr. Evil, loved the video. I would love to see more restoration! Maybe also a display box for that saw to pay some respect to the old man who had to part with it?

    ParrotmanParrotmanАй бұрын
  • This was so amazing would love to see more please

    family tree whiskyfamily tree whisky24 күн бұрын
  • Loved the video as always great to see something new! Thanks Michael Stipe great work as always!

    nathan speersnathan speersАй бұрын
  • Love all the vids this one was great keep doing them thanks :)

    JuJuJuJuАй бұрын
  • Dr Greene, Great Video! Love seeing old rusted stuff being restored instead of ending up in landfill.

    UNARMDUNARMD27 күн бұрын
  • Lex Luthor, I've been subbed for a while now, and probably ended up finding your channel because of my interest in restoration channels, so I'm very happy to watch you restore tools whenever the fancy takes you.

    Ryan RexRyan RexАй бұрын
  • Actually, it was more than cool and please do it more often. amazing job.

    MandoVideoMandoVideo4 күн бұрын
  • I want to do laser powerwashing for a living now. That looks SO SATISFYING. It even restored the maker's mark so well!

    It's just Anti.It's just Anti.Ай бұрын
  • Hey Ving Rhames, nice job on the resto and not falling victim to the sunk cost fallacy! It took me a while to get around to watching this since the thumbnail did not resemble one of your usual videos, but I'm glad I did. Having said that, it's easy to see that the secret project you alluded to is an epoxy rebuild of a '67 Electraglide

    landon5583landon5583Ай бұрын
  • Loved the video! Super honest and very interesting! I admire and appreciate how all your videos have your own unique touch of class 👌🏻 Great motivation for the rest of us!

    Johannes VorsterJohannes VorsterАй бұрын
  • This is honestly one of your coolest videos! I'd love to see more tools, and it'd be awesome to see you repair some antique black powder firearms!

    joe danksonjoe dankson12 күн бұрын
  • Thanks for the great video Mark Strong. Coming from the perspective of a non-woodworker/handyman I just really enjoy watching the process of you creating things. Watching you transform wood into pieces of art is always compelling, but watching this restoration is equally as enthralling. Are you making a metal sculpture? Maybe a metal desk/table? How does epoxy hold up as a cutting board?

    Terman PakTerman PakАй бұрын
  • That rust laser is really awesome. With the smoke coming up and the pattern it makes. It looks like some wizards casting a magical spell on it lol

    Eralen00Eralen003 күн бұрын
  • Also, I really liked this venture. Your personality and your approach to restoration is different to the usual restoration channels - refreshing.

    GravityGravity14 күн бұрын
  • I'd listen to this channel just for the hilarious commentary. The woodworking is a bonus. Great job as always Cam... Love the video make anything you want. Don't ever stop being a smart ass..... It's hilarious...

    Pete EPete E2 ай бұрын
    • Indeed, i come here for the woodworking, but stay for the smart assy-ness... 07:57 "I've never sharpened a handsaw blade before, so i did what everybody should do and watched 1 KZworld video and now i can pretty much call myself an expert" LMAO yes! 🏆

      PerfectionHunterPerfectionHunter2 ай бұрын
    • Yeah 👆Thanks for watching and commenting send a direct message you're the lucky winner for today.......

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  • I love your videos man and I loved seeing this one too! I like hearing your little back stories and the story of how you got the saw was hilarious. I think you should keep doing different things like this! I really like that about you. Not afraid to change it up. Keep it up brother!

    Wakin BakerWakin Baker8 күн бұрын
  • It's great that you were honest with yourself about the first handle result, and I agree with your assessment! It sucks to invest time into something you won't use at all, but going back to what I was thinking regarding my own dislike of the first handle, there is likely a utilitarian reasoning for having a longer and more cylindrical handle which would allow you to use both hands on the pull stroke more effectively as opposed to a sharply profiled handle with only a few ways to handle it effectively!

    WoodandWandCoWoodandWandCo12 күн бұрын
  • I think it would've been cool to try figuring out how the old handle was made and try redoing that. The dragon pin is a bit tacky but it was pretty cheap. The blade came out very nice, much better than just letting it rust.

    404Fox404Fox27 күн бұрын
  • You have done a damn good job of this old saw restoration mister. Good on you.

    thanh phamthanh phamАй бұрын
  • hey walmart jason statham, i really loved this video and this style of restoration work. it’s relatable in a lot of ways because the trial and error nature of your restoration is a lot like mine which is super fun. keep up the great work!

    Chase CainChase Cain2 ай бұрын
    • Restoration videos can be your secret go-to if you're tired of sanding a conference table. I'm two thumbs up

      Tracy LewisTracy Lewis2 ай бұрын
    • @Blacktail Studio Home Depot Jason Statham?

      BluemoondmBluemoondm2 ай бұрын
    • Oh my, "walmart Jason Statham", that's harsh, funny AF, but harsh.

      Rafe ZetterRafe Zetter2 ай бұрын
    • @Blacktail Studio it’s a near thing, maybe like the back shelf of walmart, before it’s been all smacked around

      Chase CainChase Cain2 ай бұрын
    • Wow, not even Kohls Statham?

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail Studio2 ай бұрын
  • I loved the project where you used Wenge wood….I’m from London, Ontario Canada and build custom doors….we built some out of Wenge for a casino in the States….was beautiful wood and I had never seen it used anywhere else until I saw you use it….great job…looked amazing as usual.

    Shawn BerryShawn Berry23 күн бұрын
  • Hey Andrew Rea, love this type of videos, keep on making these from time to time.

    Kirby TorresKirby Torres12 күн бұрын
  • I really enjoyed this video! I'd be happy to see you dabble in projects outside of furniture whenever you feel. :)

    DJ KaeHDJ KaeH29 күн бұрын
  • Patrick Stewart! Hey man, variety is always appreciated so that a channel doesn’t get too stale. Definitely stick to furniture and epoxy projects as both you and your main audience enjoy them so much. Can’t wait to see what you make next!

    Magmar711Magmar71114 күн бұрын
  • I hate that you haven't made more videos like this!😉👍 It's not always the project itself we find fascinating to watch, it's the amount of skill and effort you put into the project which is most captivating. For me it doesn't matter what project you work on because your skill, creativity, and attention to detail are what I enjoy watching the most.

    CCR USACCR USA2 ай бұрын
    • Came here to say pretty much this! I'm here for the skill and attention to details, the problem solving and the amazing products that Cam creates!

      RevRyndRevRynd2 ай бұрын
    • Perfectly said!

      Ryan BusseyRyan Bussey2 ай бұрын
    • Okm

      Ignatius OmeallyIgnatius Omeally2 ай бұрын
    • Another thumbs up from me. More restoration videos, please.

      SlowCarToChinaSlowCarToChina2 ай бұрын
    • Amen brother, I was thinking of a way to say exactly this but glad a read a few comments first.

      Dawson WhiteDawson White2 ай бұрын
  • That was a beautiful restoration of an incredible looking Japanese saw; awesome find, by the way. And the white oak for the handle, coupled with that dragon pin you found on Etsy, was a perfect complement to the "old" saw with its old handle. I think the first attempt with the rarer wood was beautiful, but wasn't a good match for what you actually finished with.

    MikeMikeАй бұрын
  • Honestly I don't watch a lot of KZworld video's but I always log in and watch yours. Love the dry humor, honesty, and how you explain what and why you are doing what you're doing. As much as I enjoy the table builds, variety is the spice of life, so show us what you got.

    Doug SieburgDoug SieburgАй бұрын
  • Your content will stay great as long as you keep at it the way you do. You have your idea and you go methodically at it step by step and narrate great along the way and your style with appreciation and that figure out as long as it gets the job done mentality. It’s great, you can tell you’re enjoying what you do and that makes watching more enjoyable.

    Kid IcarusKid IcarusАй бұрын
  • I love how genuine you are, with your work, with the audience, and with yourself. I might be heading into binge watching your channel, and would appreciate all sorts of videos from you. I'm glad the algorithm brought me here.

    Munawwar KhanMunawwar KhanАй бұрын
  • Loved this video. Absolutely loved it. You said yourself, you make videos of things that you personally would like to see, so keep doing what you do and people will follow without fail. Currently going to school for machining, and this channel continuously keeps me inspired to make unique and beautiful things.

    MrMojohhMrMojohhАй бұрын
  • i think it's a good idea to always learn new things and methods, makes the channel more interesting 👍

    Mad9977-RC and HOBBYMad9977-RC and HOBBYАй бұрын
  • Hey Cam! Love your work. Can you suggest a cheaper alternative to seal the wood before the epoxy poor. I was thinking of using some water based poly I had spare, but other forums suggest epoxy and water poly don’t mix well. Keen to hear your thoughts/opinion. Cheers. Much love from AUS

    Nick NolaNick NolaАй бұрын
  • This is such a cool project!! Definitely more of this. And yes the second handle was way better. I think it was just the shape that didn’t fit at the first place

    Leon KLeon K10 күн бұрын
  • At first, I was confused as to why I kept seeing a restoration video recommended to me many times by KZworld until I realized that it was you. I legit got very excited about it and absolutely enjoyed the video. Would love to see more stuff that's not just furniture builds.

    Suhail AdamSuhail Adam2 ай бұрын
    • Hahahaha me toooo!!

      mangachanfanmangachanfan2 ай бұрын
    • Same lol

      DogeSAODogeSAO2 ай бұрын
  • I like your videos. All of them. Most especially when you go outside the box. Keep doing what you do

    Shannon StrachanShannon StrachanАй бұрын
  • Been watching your content for some time. Really liked this restoration. I would really like to see more of that on your channel. Cheers

    simon7562simon756221 күн бұрын
  • Love the design of the second handle, wish it was the other wood though.

    Mini MogMini MogАй бұрын
  • Variety of your videos is always a good eye catcher as long as you have your foundation locked in (still working on that myself...). I've watched plenty of your furniture videos and subscribed ages ago as I enjoy woodworking but just don't have the space for it myself. Seeing a thumbnail and title for something new jumped out on my feed so I had to watch it ;) Plus I like restoration (genuine, not those fake restoration) videos of old things. Happy to watch videos of you trialling new things for the channel and pointing out that you're not an expert as you learn.

    Gaming with RivGaming with Riv7 күн бұрын
  • Honestly, I kind of forgot that it wasn't furniture because I was enjoying what you were doing. I think what makes your videos unique is your narration and style. This still felt 100% Blacktail Studio.

    Tyrone WilsonTyrone Wilson2 ай бұрын
    • My feeling exactly. I go to this channel for style and tone and attention to detail and out-of-the-way information. He could be digging ditches or preparing sermons of flying 747s for all I care.

      Michael OwensMichael Owens2 ай бұрын
  • I love your woodworking videos, I love restoration videos, and I love the mashup. Keep 'em coming!

    Carole PlaineCarole Plaine17 күн бұрын
  • Freaking love this video! I flip out seeing your furniture builds, when I saw a restoration video I think I got a chubby!

    Matt MoorheadMatt Moorhead26 күн бұрын
  • As always, amazing video! I like this departure from the norm and encourage you to keep branching out and trying new things. We're all on this journey here with you!

    Johnny DisorderJohnny Disorder14 күн бұрын
  • I love your videos, your humor, and the fan of the week segment at the end 🤣 great work, keep it up! Other projects are cool too, I enjoyed this alot

    Nick AdkinsNick AdkinsАй бұрын
  • I feel strongly that this video is very entertaining. You do what you like and probably your community will watch it. It's not that we watch your videos because we're all woodworkers. We watch your videos because they are entertaining, good craftsmanship and insanely satisfying.

    Shamorin SilentbladeShamorin Silentblade2 ай бұрын
    • Add another agree to this sentiment. If you make it, they will come.

      RiTZ509RiTZ5092 ай бұрын
    • @Blacktail Studio Thank you, Sir! Much love and appreciation from Germany! You are probably the most humble master craftsman in existence.

      Shamorin SilentbladeShamorin Silentblade2 ай бұрын
    • Agreed! 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

      Randy YoderRandy Yoder2 ай бұрын
    • I appreciate that

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail Studio2 ай бұрын
  • oh my lord please make more of these this is absolutely wonderful

    CrewappCrewappАй бұрын
  • I really like this video. You cover a bunch of different materials and techniques. Very Cool. Thank You for sharing!!! Love the sharpening of the teeth and the handle.

    Virginia WolfVirginia WolfАй бұрын
  • Loved this video :) If I had seen it sooner, I would have suggested bringing the finished piece back to the curio shop for a reaction... though, I don't know if it would have been a good or bad reaction.

    Justin KaseJustin KaseАй бұрын
  • I enjoyed your video, learned some things, and had a laugh or two. Thanks for sharing your work. I like your comments you make concerning your experiments, failures and what worked for you. It is real, or, at least like my experience. Thanks for the fun.

    Travis GreenTravis Green13 күн бұрын
  • Video was cool. Would love to see more. Also enjoyed the Gremlins reference. Told my coworkers about your rock paper scissors competitions. Almost convinced then to take a road trip! Thanks for the great content! PS I am great full that I can watch your videos in front of my kids with out worrying about the necessity for bleeps

    Tiffany MadsenTiffany Madsen2 ай бұрын
    • Gremlins reference really got me. I'm glad I'm not the only one that got this. 😆

      JohnJohn2 ай бұрын
  • keep doing resto vids love them

    MrAphexcloudMrAphexcloud22 күн бұрын
  • More restoration videos please. Not that I don't like your other videos, I love all of them.

    Arun AsokArun Asok27 күн бұрын
  • I actually love this video. I do watch restoration videos a lot though so I could not have the best opinion. That said I liked the first handle but after seeing that white oak handle with the dragon pin. Just a chef's kiss decision to go for the white oak.

    Ahern PlaysAhern PlaysАй бұрын
  • First video of yours I have watched all the way through. Timber and epoxy furniture does nothing for me at all, so I usually don 't bother. Thoroughly enjoyed this one.

    Nigel BerryNigel BerryАй бұрын
  • I like this, as long as it's sometimes, really enjoy watching you make tables too!

    Marcus VelaMarcus Vela23 күн бұрын
  • I really loved this project, and the handle did suck. You look most like Nefertiti, and I think your future project is Steel, possible a custom bull bar or bumper. I love the variety of your content too. I realise this video is two months old, only just found it. Thanks for the cool content.

    Le GrowinLe Growin8 сағат бұрын
  • Big fan of your work, your videos are the kind of videos that give people inspiration to do things like this (myself included) I just wish I had a shop and enough money to buy the tools needed 😅 All in all though loved this video and would love to see more like it 👍

    Drey DevitoDrey DevitoАй бұрын
  • I don't even know anything about woodworking but I love your channel and it is definitely a good idea to add some restauration videos as well 👍🏼

    Mansour YaacoubiMansour YaacoubiАй бұрын
  • Love this type of video. It isn't the "topic" as much as your ruthless pursuit of better that I get the most from your videos. After sinking hours into a handle most of us - myself included - would live with it. But the fact that you're always willing to start again is inspiring af. Doesn't matter what you're doing. Also it's mildly amusing watching you fluff around trying to use a hand saw and give up 🤣

    Jake LunnissJake Lunniss2 ай бұрын
    • i mean.... starting is the hard part. after that it's just time consuming. he basically finished imo. still pretty funny

      Colton ProvenceColton ProvenceАй бұрын
    • Agreed

      Isaac PittmanIsaac Pittman2 ай бұрын
  • Love it. Nice application of your skills. Keep ‘‘em coming.

    Eric KelleyEric KelleyАй бұрын
  • New subscriber here. Super enjoy this. Also super enjoy your furniture stuff. I definitely will be going through your archive. Keep it up

    Aiden MackeyAiden Mackey28 күн бұрын
  • Love your videos! I don't see too many people guessing what your other project is. Is it a stone or metal sculpture of some sort?

    mparrish6001mparrish600122 күн бұрын
  • Really enjoyed this one. I'm a newer subscriber, but I think most people will enjoy the variety this brings to the channel.

    CP4 RiderCP4 Rider23 күн бұрын
  • Very interesting and unique awesome piece u can honestly say u restored it it looks good too people need to see and know what kinda of tools that was used before technology was available great learning experience a mixture of both is pretty cool 😎😎😎

    Michael SproutMichael SproutАй бұрын
  • Hey there Cam, awesome project! I recently built a walnut dining table and have some questions about the finish Rubio monocoat. Just wondering where I could email you. Thanks! Kind regards, Matt

    Matthew TakacsMatthew TakacsАй бұрын
  • DO MORE OF THESE!!!!! GREAT VIDEO

    Matt SantoraMatt SantoraАй бұрын
  • I like this video. Def do more metal work. I'd watch it for sure. I like that you're transparent in telling your audience that they should do a little more research

    Aaron J.S. PixelbeardAaron J.S. PixelbeardАй бұрын
  • I like the restoration video you've done here. I'm not a furniture guy so much as a "process" guy. I like to see these things done, no matter what the end result or object of the build is. Your format and "brand", if you will, transfers to a tool restoration video quite well and that brand is what people tune in for. :)

    CowbiteCowbiteАй бұрын
  • theres such a great feeling that comes from working on a project like this, its so saticfying, to make something beautiful and practical with your own hands its hard to discribe the feeling of achivement you feel. go for your passions my man, no matter what anyone says!

    shardinhandshardinhandАй бұрын
  • I didn't think I could like this channel more until you found my other guilty Pleasure of tool restoration videos. You're in my head my dude.

    MikeMikeАй бұрын
  • I binged all your videos in a matter 2 days. Great job man. you are an artist! I am going to try to get into table building because of your story. thank you for what you do there is a lot of content on social media but very few actually provide value. I hope to learn as much as I can. keep inspiring brother!!!

    dima tchatdima tchatАй бұрын
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