Why Snatch Blocks are AWESOME (How Pulleys Work) - Smarter Every Day 228

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  • Snatch Block! I want to take a moment to thank those of you who support Smarter Every Day on Patreon. I'd also like to point out 2 things about this video. #1. You'll notice Jeremy Fielding is in this video. He's the "Contraption Fabricator" that's started working with me now because of your support on Patreon. He's a great designer, father, and friend. You'll be seeing more of Jeremy around thanks to those who support at www.patreon.com/smartereveryday/ #2. If you'd like to 3D print the Snatch Blocks and pulleys we use in this video they are here: www.thingiverse.com/thing:4022579 #3. I really enjoy KiwiCo and I think you will too. I got them as a Christmas gift for my children years ago, and it was a huge hit. It was after that experience that I reached out to their team and asked if I could advertise for them because of how good it was for our family. I think you'll enjoy it too. www.kiwico.com/smarter It was 3 things... I ended up pointing out 3 things.

    SmarterEveryDaySmarterEveryDay2 жыл бұрын
    • I've got a video idea for you. I've been a heavy equipment operator since I was a literal child, outside of my time in the USAF as a crew chief. I've always wondered what the data would look like if there were sensors on the control levers to read inputs, as well as sensors on the machine to show how fast/slow, to what degree/modulation the input had on the machines movement. Kinda like a "humans are awesome" video, where it highlights what type of aquired skill it takes to get the machine to move with such precision. Etc etc.

      Jake LandryJake LandryАй бұрын
    • This is very helpful. But why we can't see this kind of pulley system in modern cranes ???

      Maulik MakwanaMaulik Makwana2 ай бұрын
    • This is very helpful. But why we can't see this kind of pulley system in modern cranes ???

      Maulik MakwanaMaulik Makwana2 ай бұрын
    • Thanks

      Rajwanul IslamRajwanul Islam2 ай бұрын
    • Brilliant video sir, brilliant video.

      Kieran FesterKieran Fester3 ай бұрын
  • i didn’t even know pulleys gave mechanical advantage, though it as just about easier handling!

    TTTTTT14 сағат бұрын
  • Your videos are always so informative and fun to watch.

    jake smerthjake smerthКүн бұрын
  • You Rock Man!

    Darin KaintzDarin KaintzКүн бұрын
  • 13:49 Mark Robber is in the middle.

    CrazyRubiksCubeCrazyRubiksCube2 күн бұрын
  • Snatch block!! I love your informative videos! I learned about snatch blocks from my good friend. He is a towtruck driver. Did you know there is a limit to this type of mechanical advantage? How many pullies can you go before it doesn't work anymore? I used to know the answer.

    Cole's GarageCole's Garage2 күн бұрын
  • Really thought he was talking about snatch blocks in basketball 😭

    SaniitySaniity2 күн бұрын
  • Is a rope no longer a "rope" when it's frozen solid? Just wondering because a frozen rope can be pushed.

    Mr. BeacherMr. Beacher2 күн бұрын
  • I like how Dustin's accent changes deepness while interacting with different levels of South.

    David DemersDavid Demers2 күн бұрын
  • You put it in neutral, right?

    The Serious AccountThe Serious Account3 күн бұрын
  • Suppose our thin line is no match for the heavy load. Starting here 5:17 (8 pulleys) - where is the line likely to break? Intuitively the leftmost is vulnerable to highest force. Is it so?

    Przemyslaw ReminPrzemyslaw Remin4 күн бұрын
  • I'm beginning to understand now. And today I learned what a snatch block is! Mike in Oregon

    KindCreature1KindCreature15 күн бұрын
  • DOUBLE SNATCH BLOCKK!

    Yusuf İnanYusuf İnan6 күн бұрын
  • So my tricep extensions at the gym are not really at full weight?

    ckhangckhang6 күн бұрын
  • Wanted that my teacher could explain things as intuitive and exciting as you. Whatever. SNATCH BLOCK!

    CezarCezar6 күн бұрын
  • 4:53 im glad I predicted that

    Dont scan the qr codeDont scan the qr code6 күн бұрын
  • My girlfriend has snatch blocks but we use them for something else

    Wayne CampbellWayne Campbell6 күн бұрын
  • Is this a new way to advertise a product .. pretty impressive

    Jesus DeAndaJesus DeAnda7 күн бұрын
  • yess finally I can finish my giant robot

    NeonMCPENeonMCPE7 күн бұрын
  • Hey Destin, not sure how to reach you other than comments, but i was wondering if you could do a video on the calculation for something like this video YGi0G4E5bCk ***** In Short, they are making an ice carousel, and i was wondering how the calculations would be done to determine the serviceable lifespan of a carousel, given it's parameters, thickness, diameter, water temperature, outside temperature, density, rotation speed, etc. to see what it's carrying capacity would support, and the safe amount of serviceable life a carousel would have... Thanks

    morpheus01736morpheus017368 күн бұрын
    • How to Make an Ice Carousel - Minnesota Cold (Part 29) by Minnesota Cold

      morpheus01736morpheus017368 күн бұрын
  • You really helped me build my planet, thank you

    Rob MorrisonRob Morrison8 күн бұрын
  • Excellent video. Very interesting, informative and worthwhile video. A must see for everyone, especially those not interested in science and engineering.

    Robert SchlesingerRobert Schlesinger8 күн бұрын
  • trading length for force... awesome!

    ThatThingCalledTheGalaxyThatThingCalledTheGalaxy9 күн бұрын
  • 2:51 "I don't know about you, but I work a lot better when my kids aren't in the room."

    Matthew MarrMatthew Marr9 күн бұрын
  • So what was so impressive with his dirty hands that he was holding a hook with? lol

    None NoneyourBusinessNone NoneyourBusiness9 күн бұрын
  • This work multiplication is also what makes a trucker's hitch so good at ratcheting up tension. You don't actually use a pulley- you just use have direct rope-on-rope friction by putting the bitter end through the bight of the slipped half hitch- but it's the exact same principle. I suppose technically you never *need* a pulley, because you can always just tie one rope through the other, but pulleys are always helpful because: 1. Any knot in a rope will weaken the rope, and 2. Pulleys reduce friction when you're pulling on the rope. Which means you don't have to pull as hard, the rope lasts longer, and just generally everything's way less likely to snap in your face or tighten irrevocably.

    sarcastic bowl of cornflakessarcastic bowl of cornflakes9 күн бұрын
  • i just got coffeed by myself (watching at 11 pm) by almost falling asleep and i went “woah, am i asleep?” because it felt so weird to suddenly have a coffee slapped into your brain i am glad i didn’t fall asleep, and i can now apparently read text better

    Orion HunterOrion Hunter9 күн бұрын
  • The kids: *picks up a cinder block* Me: *picks up a slice of pizza *

    Deglanjies 69Deglanjies 699 күн бұрын
  • Vid on pulleys was great But you need to learn some knots, esp the "bowline"

    Forrest CharlesForrest Charles9 күн бұрын
  • If you drink to much you'll figure out a way to push rope

    gdohgdoh10 күн бұрын
  • Wow! Honestly, I’m blown away by what a great video that was! Your enthusiasm is contagious! I smiled the entire time I watched that! lol Liked and Subscribed! Snatch Blocks 4 Life! Haha

    Ryan HendricksRyan Hendricks11 күн бұрын
  • So Snatch Block wasn't the sponsor of this episode? Big disappointment.

    No NicknameNo Nickname11 күн бұрын
  • it was like the gear by RATIO to make a compact space...

    Thed NovinoThed Novino12 күн бұрын
  • I've watched this Video multiple times, really well presented!

    Tegan NaidooTegan Naidoo12 күн бұрын
  • that it how bike gears work

    Ran PoratRan Porat14 күн бұрын
  • Thank you!!!!

    This is MeThis is Me14 күн бұрын
  • Wife: Destin, come to bed Destin: Snatch Blocks!!

    Rooftop VoterRooftop Voter15 күн бұрын
  • Love your style man

    Andy GrewAndy Grew15 күн бұрын
  • thats the hands of a WORKING man

    LonelyGamerLonelyGamer15 күн бұрын
  • Just got my snatch block snatched from me, it happened just few blocks around my house

    Rio SitompulRio Sitompul16 күн бұрын
  • The hands of this man are litheraly made of rock.

    JamesDM4JamesDM416 күн бұрын
  • SNATCHBLOCK!

    Squiggly BitsSquiggly Bits16 күн бұрын
  • THANKYOU SO MUCH ,NOW I CAN VISUALISE WHATI WAS DOING IN THOSE PHYSICS NLM PROBLEMS....

    AYUSH MAURYAAYUSH MAURYA16 күн бұрын
  • I bet Destin's kids are top students.

    Alejandro PerezAlejandro Perez16 күн бұрын
  • We need a snatch block t shirt.

    Driftliketokyo34 FtwDriftliketokyo34 Ftw16 күн бұрын
  • Great video.

    Gus ShredneyGus Shredney16 күн бұрын
  • Yea we see those pully's on the fake ISS footage. Great Video btw, learned heaps.

    PointBlank RacerPointBlank Racer17 күн бұрын
  • My father use to make boat blocks for years for his Job. He has made them for the Bluenose 2 and the movie ship the Bounty too. I think blocks are beautiful and cool!

    David ZDavid Z17 күн бұрын
  • Jeff is also the kind of guy that celebrities, fake news, and politicians make fun of, and call dumb all because they don’t like the colour of his skin or where he is from and how he sounds. Some might call those racists. GREAT VIDEO. LOOK FORWARD TO THE NEXT.

    Jason HJason H18 күн бұрын
  • Soooo sad that I live in vietnam

    Long Phạm VănLong Phạm Văn18 күн бұрын
  • So u single handed figured out how the pyramids were built . Kudos

    GODofFUCKGODofFUCK18 күн бұрын
  • The way I think of is that one pulley is basically a 2 times force multiplier , by exchanging distance for force, like a pipe on a wrench handle. And changing direction of force is very handy too!

    MAMA18 күн бұрын
  • We are gonna use pullies and snatchblocks for thousands more years 11:10 Me: So how do we use them in space...? Destin 11:13 So chris hadfield....

    mason farnsworthmason farnsworth19 күн бұрын
  • I could be wrong, but I would bet you home school. I just found your channel today. I love the presentation. Liked and subscribed!

    josh whitejosh white20 күн бұрын
  • What takes more damage over time? the rope or the pulleys?

    Terraversal voidTerraversal void20 күн бұрын
  • Lucky children! Need more dads like this

    Joe BullockJoe Bullock20 күн бұрын
  • Like gear ratios on bicycle...

    Matt J.Matt J.21 күн бұрын
  • Dude....you make great content. Great information and very entertaining. The snatch block bit starting at 12 minutes had me dying laughing.! Comedic gold.! I have to share that with everyone I know 🤣🤣

    Skyler HoyleSkyler Hoyle21 күн бұрын
  • I watch a lot of Jeep and trucks going though mountains ,ect . I can not believe that at best they just USE One motorized wench , Why haven’t People shared this and Act Like Americans . Love Your Neighbor! John 3:16.

    Scott FransonScott Franson22 күн бұрын
  • only sponsor spot i have watched and enjoyed

    Dylan GarciaDylan Garcia22 күн бұрын
  • Second time I've watched this vid, second time I've laughed @ the awkward interaction with the council workers at the end. Love it.

    RockstarrredRockstarrred22 күн бұрын
  • You sir, are a spectacular teacher

    Leo songLeo song22 күн бұрын
  • I haven't seen Destin this excited since the laminar flow video.

    Charlie SweetlandCharlie Sweetland22 күн бұрын
  • 7:15 hands of steel

    ee22 күн бұрын
  • 7:00, the world needs more people like that.

    Bryan JonesBryan Jones23 күн бұрын
  • Here I am for the tenth time trying to really understand pulleys

    Rodolfo RibasRodolfo Ribas24 күн бұрын
  • Amazing man, I love your work, I was looking for nice videos that explains science for my kids, and your video is amazing

    Ahmad AlMansourAhmad AlMansour24 күн бұрын
  • A 16.5-minute long video on Snatch Blocks. The way you did this, Destin, made it look like an awesome advertisement. Now, how can you can use a snatch block such that the pulleys on the bottom all remain parallel to the other end of the system?

    Rick MattisonRick Mattison24 күн бұрын
  • In Germany it's not allowed to drive with such low profiles on tires. :)

    Christian MontagxChristian Montagx25 күн бұрын
  • Need to move a large file from one computer to another: SNATCH BLOCK! (Wait a minute...)

    Samuel PorterSamuel Porter26 күн бұрын
  • so basically I'm cheating myself in the gym when training the pulldown machine...

    Soufiane ZerhariSoufiane Zerhari26 күн бұрын
  • slightly old video, but do a video about pushing sideways on a rope. that is 90 degrees to the ropes axis. and how or why the tension in the rope is magnified. i know why but it follows.

    AHEngineeringAHEngineering26 күн бұрын
  • You are the single most entertaining and informative educator I've ever seen. You just helped a 49-yr old something new, in an interesting and fun way. Well done, mate. Bloody good work.

    drumcrazy72drumcrazy7227 күн бұрын
  • Snatch Block!

    Brian GibsonBrian Gibson28 күн бұрын
  • Destin: "You can't push a rope" My wife: I disagree right hun??

    LMSILVIALMSILVIA28 күн бұрын
  • I sort of understand it. I want to pull my shopping up a slope that is about 30 meters long. I think the weight of the additional cables (two or three times 30 meters) is going to remove the benefit of the snatch blocks?

    John LuddellJohn Luddell29 күн бұрын
  • The real sponsor for this video is actually "SNATCH BLOCK!"

    John GateJohn GateАй бұрын
  • Maybe turn the wheels on that jeep

    joe ninojoe ninoАй бұрын
  • this right here is how they built pyramids

    Wake Up CanadiansWake Up CanadiansАй бұрын
  • Fantastic video but you didn't show how a snatch block can make your load move twice as fast requiring more Force.

    dave archerdave archerАй бұрын
  • this guy is a beta male for sure

    GravemindGravemindАй бұрын
  • Ah, child labor, my favorite

    Dad BearDad BearАй бұрын
  • This is great, great demonstration. But I still can't really wrap my head around how pulleys increase force. You're still lifting the same amount of weight.

    GrimaliciousGrimaliciousАй бұрын
  • Possibly one of your best videos. Such clear and concise information with a plethora of genuinely real world examples.

    Max BoxMax BoxАй бұрын
  • Just watch dr stone.

    IDM:-STEVEIDM:-STEVEАй бұрын
  • Thank you for this video. I have always wondered how this worked!

    Neil SullivanNeil SullivanАй бұрын
  • SNATCH BLOCK!

    AlainAlainАй бұрын
  • Destin im just curious as to what your educational background is? some kind of engineer?

    pakachakawakapakachakawakaАй бұрын
  • SnAtCh BlOcKKK!!! 🧐

    Sakila SamaraweeraSakila SamaraweeraАй бұрын
  • You're an idiot. I love this.

    Ron KopaldRon KopaldАй бұрын
  • What I know is on the stelleto I help charter on the mainstream has a 4 pulley system so it's really easy to tighten the sail for how big it is. But the jib only has one so one's you get tight it's so hard

    ChakChakАй бұрын
  • You will find friendly people who know how to get work done anytime you find yourself out in the country😁🇺🇲

    Jon DoeJon DoeАй бұрын
  • Kids😳😳 u are married you look like bachelor man

    Unnati DuttUnnati DuttАй бұрын
  • Im not sure if you have made a video about this but i think a video about a hydrolic press would be so cool! Enjoying your videos alot keep it up👍

    MrThomas MMrThomas MАй бұрын
  • do you know mr Martin in basis

    Manassawee JoradolnManassawee JoradolnАй бұрын
  • I've got a seacock on my boat. And a snatch block. You know what I'm thinking!

    Simon CorbenSimon CorbenАй бұрын
  • Compound pully multiple pully powered up a car 🚘 so we move ever without fule???

    Anil kumar SharmaAnil kumar SharmaАй бұрын
  • Use pully multiple pully powered up a car 🚘 ???? So we drive it for 10 miles for nearest hospital or petrol⛽ station🚏 or any distance???

    Anil kumar SharmaAnil kumar SharmaАй бұрын
  • 9:37 Isn't the pulley on the left a Block and Tackle and the pulley on the right a Compound system?

    Josh TinklerJosh TinklerАй бұрын
  • This would be a great video to show at the US Army vehicle recovery school. Snatch blocks are amazing for pulling tanks out of the mud

    hungdingushungdingusАй бұрын
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