SNS 300: Spray Welding a Blower Shaft

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Abom79

7 måneder siden

Pretty crazy we've made it to 300 episodes! It's been great bringing you a weekly video for so long to share not only work but activities around the shop I get into. Lets hope we can keep this going!
This week's episode to share with you a shaft that was sent to me to be repaired using my Eutectic spray welding process. The shaft had a badly worn bearing journal. Metalizing is a great way to repair shaft fits like these and save the customer money and time.
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Russ Martin
Russ Martin 14 timer siden
I'm not a welder, but this attracted my attention. The company that invented the process was brilliant. So many applications for antique and auto restorations.
Kenneth Coffey
Kenneth Coffey Dag siden
well done
Sam LaDart
Sam LaDart 11 timer siden
Thanks for the knowledge, much appreciated.
Paulo Pires
Paulo Pires Dag siden
parabéns por usar pedra abrasiva,,
Dane Edmonds
Dane Edmonds Dag siden
Absolutely fascinating thank you for this video
Dave Bryant
Dave Bryant Dag siden
Never seen that before, but then I'm a florist by trade so have no need to. Very interesting and thank you youtube for recommending it.
henry sapp
henry sapp Dag siden
That's one hell of a job you did. That's professional grade work, and I can tell you have pride in what you do. Great work.
Brandon Smith
Brandon Smith 2 dager siden
It can't be good to breathe the particulates that become airborne. Just sayin'. I'm no expert. Really cool to watch a master craftsman doing his thing though.
Regalado David
Regalado David 2 dager siden
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Henry Loos
Henry Loos 2 dager siden
great job on repair of the bearing zone
rygyver videos 'ryan'
rygyver videos 'ryan' 2 dager siden
spray welding,.... fuckin dope!
browill9
browill9 2 dager siden
I thoroughly enjoyed your step by step process. Loved the video. GBU
Ron McCombs
Ron McCombs 2 dager siden
Quite a craftsman, never heard of spray welding,learn something new..thank you.
Ian Ramsay
Ian Ramsay 2 dager siden
A privilege to see this getting done.
Enrique G. Mariano
Enrique G. Mariano 2 dager siden
This is one great process that is really suitable for a metallic material moving part. Nicely done!!!👍👍👍
Fred Neecha
Fred Neecha 3 dager siden
Wouldn’t it be easier to solder a sleeve on and turn it if necessary? Who knows if this bubblegum will hold up...
Elyan AE
Elyan AE 2 dager siden
You high? This method creates a far better bond than traditional stick welding.. and much quicker. Shut up
IH1466VA
IH1466VA 3 dager siden
Nice job. My dad was a tool and die make for Fisher Body and I love watching the skill and talents necessary to work metal Thanks
CNERD
CNERD 3 dager siden
Great video and love the Willy Wonka glasses!
Ethan Wrinkle
Ethan Wrinkle 3 dager siden
Shrink a sleeve? 😧. Now that’s what I wana see!
Juanita Morgan
Juanita Morgan 3 dager siden
43:00 I enjoyed the insight in this outro. I don't work with metal, or anything. But, gaining this insight was satisfying.
Raul Rodriguez
Raul Rodriguez 3 dager siden
Good job 🤙🤙🤙🤙🤙🤙boos
Yisakii ॐ
Yisakii ॐ 3 dager siden
At the end you could weld and turn it off again or?
Jonny B
Jonny B 3 dager siden
Now that's a fucking lathe. Love it.
Edgar Milson
Edgar Milson 4 dager siden
Adam, how do you manage to find these lovely old machines that are just as good now as they ever were? Liked the video.
Rolando Mota
Rolando Mota 4 dager siden
Great job. I never see it before, in 38 years welding
Buck Jolicoeur
Buck Jolicoeur 4 dager siden
43:00 I enjoyed the insight in this outro. I don't work with metal, or anything. But, gaining this insight was satisfying.
Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson 4 dager siden
How awesome for us and a bonus for your customer to see your work. Thanks for sharing.
Professor X Gaming
Professor X Gaming 4 dager siden
Neat stuff
Wanda Clark
Wanda Clark 4 dager siden
Good job, I loved watching it.
ljguy300
ljguy300 4 dager siden
My barber says i can take as much off as you want just dont ask me to put it back. I thought machining was the same.
DakLak Digital
DakLak Digital 4 dager siden
Absolutely fascinating, it's great to warch a true craftsmen working. No fancy CNC either.
ljguy300
ljguy300 4 dager siden
The rails are called ways?
ljguy300
ljguy300 4 dager siden
Super cool stuff. I was worried about getting splatter on the rails but he covered them. Thank you for posting this.
Mose Miller
Mose Miller 5 dager siden
Good job, I loved watching it.
orion pitman
orion pitman 5 dager siden
good job nice one happy to see
Ebrahim Seedat
Ebrahim Seedat 5 dager siden
Dr. Octopus from spiderman
Richard Butler
Richard Butler 5 dager siden
I saw this over 45 years ago , my farther did this process and worked every time . with no failures.
John Morin
John Morin 5 dager siden
Thank YOU I have heard much about it in 70 years first time seeing it (Just Wonderful) 100 points for sure have a blessed day.
Apentogo
Apentogo 6 dager siden
one question. if you hammer on the sprayed on welding coat, does it crack and flake off or does it dent?
Juanita Morgan
Juanita Morgan 3 dager siden
43:00 I enjoyed the insight in this outro. I don't work with metal, or anything. But, gaining this insight was satisfying.
Industrial Forms
Industrial Forms 6 dager siden
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Marguerite Richardson
Marguerite Richardson 6 dager siden
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david hallsten
david hallsten 6 dager siden
nice shop, great video, and of course excellent work. thanks for sharing your talent.
Giovanni Geno
Giovanni Geno 6 dager siden
Anyone know how to set up a collaboration with JohnnyQ90 for a multi-Rotor mini engine? Adam is a master machinist, I am terrible at keeping tolerances, however Abom79 and JohnnyQ90 both take the cake as to precision. I don't know how to try to set up a collaboration with JohnnyQ90 and Abom79 however I think Adam Booth would be able to do the machining or assist you for your multi rotor SUPER-Engine. What do you Say? just a suggestion and yes I am selfish as I would love to see both these master craftsmen work together.
Prakash Kamath
Prakash Kamath 6 dager siden
EXCELLENT INFORMATIVE VIDEO. GOD BLESS YOU SIR.
Art Alagao
Art Alagao 6 dager siden
You need a OD grinder, it should have centers on both ends.
WD Hewson
WD Hewson 7 dager siden
Hey Adam, tell us how you came by your quality ethic for doing excellent work.
D Garland
D Garland Dag siden
If his family is like mine. The motto is: if you won't take time to do it correctly leave it alone.
Barry J. Silva
Barry J. Silva 7 dager siden
Well done. Great job.
Wanda Clark
Wanda Clark 4 dager siden
good job nice one happy to see
chen lee
chen lee 7 dager siden
You need a OD grinder, it should have centers on both ends.
Joe Dassin
Joe Dassin 7 dager siden
what a joy! Amazing skills, well done Abom79!
BestBuildPC Power of imagination
BestBuildPC Power of imagination 7 dager siden
Amazing job! PRO
David Presutti
David Presutti 8 dager siden
Great job 👍 look amazing
hassan OMar
hassan OMar 8 dager siden
I enjoyed watching that .very profy.
donnyboy
donnyboy 8 dager siden
Very interesting and informative.! Thank you for caring to share this update. Thumbs Up to you.!
Jaqyqub Greesu
Jaqyqub Greesu 8 dager siden
Impressive!
Coeloglossum Viride
Coeloglossum Viride 8 dager siden
Well done ! Loved to watch it !
Marguerite Richardson
Marguerite Richardson 6 dager siden
Very interesting and informative.! Thank you for caring to share this update. Thumbs Up to you.!
audiogek
audiogek 8 dager siden
27:40 hahaha. Don't think that was the correct answer
Adrian Valentino AUSTRALIA 4 TRUMP
Adrian Valentino AUSTRALIA 4 TRUMP 8 dager siden
Great job!! Love the whole machining process even the spray welding. very talented man Good on you
micheal linville
micheal linville 8 dager siden
There's hardly any videos I watch where I like listening to the people talk.. But I could listen to you all day!! Great great videos man! So glad I found this channel!!!
Matthew Richardson
Matthew Richardson 8 dager siden
I'm super impressed
SHAWNO
SHAWNO 8 dager siden
Love the content!
Michael Koon
Michael Koon 8 dager siden
Thank you sir i enjoyed watching you
Jaqyqub Greesu
Jaqyqub Greesu 8 dager siden
Impressive!
Jon D
Jon D 9 dager siden
Anyone know how to set up a collaboration with JohnnyQ90 for a multi-Rotor mini engine? Adam is a master machinist, I am terrible at keeping tolerances, however Abom79 and JohnnyQ90 both take the cake as to precision. I don't know how to try to set up a collaboration with JohnnyQ90 and Abom79 however I think Adam Booth would be able to do the machining or assist you for your multi rotor SUPER-Engine. What do you Say? just a suggestion and yes I am selfish as I would love to see both these master craftsmen work together.
lust master
lust master 9 dager siden
Never heard or seen spray welding before, thanks for showing us.
Dave Manley
Dave Manley 9 dager siden
As a retired toolmaker I say nice job and I love your shop!
Davey Hg
Davey Hg 9 dager siden
i sat and watched every second of this video and found it therapeutic to watch.
Johnbro8
Johnbro8 9 dager siden
Thanks for sharing your skills, brilliant welding skills. My father in law who was a precision engineer toolmaker, would have loved your skills. It also tickles me that you also have precision hammering skills, needed for the lathe adjustment. Well done mate👍
George Knoppe
George Knoppe 10 dager siden
Nice job. I dig that lathe.
Roy Boone
Roy Boone 10 dager siden
tony heffernan
tony heffernan 10 dager siden
A beautiful example of true craftmanship and the whole process very well explained... Genuis.
Ivan Ivanov
Ivan Ivanov 10 dager siden
When was your lathe made? Very unusual, vintage unit.
Anthony Shriner
Anthony Shriner 10 dager siden
That is the coolest thing I think I’ve seen as far as machining goes. Or welding. Thank you
Ruben Devereaux
Ruben Devereaux 10 dager siden
It looks like s trumpet mouthpiece
Peter Carqueville
Peter Carqueville 10 dager siden
WHAT? What did you just say about our beautiful president Trump? just kidding, you are right I agree.
Phil Brown
Phil Brown 11 dager siden
Great video, very well made. I had no idea that spray welding existed! Thank you :) subbed
FM L
FM L 11 dager siden
Impressive!
20alphabet
20alphabet 11 dager siden
I need something spray welded. It's a cast iron exhaust manifold. The previous owner, or someone else, ground down the exit flange to the point a gasket hasn't enough surface for a proper seal.
falouchelo
falouchelo 11 dager siden
i am a diesel technician, you are a machinist. sleeve it or not, i fix stuff i build engines , transmission, you weld and fix metal parts. you do what you seem best. Each has its expertise and let it be that way. Thats why i bring my fucked up beat up parts to a machinist, go fix my fixing job lol. i just found you tonight, good video i can relate on a lot of things, keep up the good work!
cowboyhouston35
cowboyhouston35 12 dager siden
This is an old tech back in 1990. Now we spray JK718 or carbide JK6189 then grind to size. Result way better.
Gazr Gazr
Gazr Gazr 12 dager siden
Here in UK around 1985 Eutectic sold the metal spraying kit to the firm I worked at as a brazer/ welder, but Stan the engineer I think was scared of the Oxy acetylene part of the process, and I don't think he listened to the demo at all, so results were failures no sooner he tried to machine the surface, but I watched and listened to the demo and took it all in but was shunned to have a go , you performed this exactly as Eutectic instructions, hence a perfect result. Ps I remember setting the oxygen via a vacuum type gauge was a critical part of the process,
James Elms
James Elms 12 dager siden
nice informative video ,very well done ! have been in the machinist trade for some time now and never had seen this process in action, good stuff to know. BTW, we have that same model of Monarch lathe in our shop, a real workhorse.
Александр Федоров
Александр Федоров 12 dager siden
Круто! А какой порошок используется в напылении? Какая получается твёрдость? Возможно ли последующие термо-улучшение детали?
RKG Austin
RKG Austin 12 dager siden
@19:56 nopost.info/throw/v7W7fKHVnW13Y9E/video&feature=emb_title
Russell White
Russell White 12 dager siden
wow adam !!! i haven't tuned in for a couple of years bro. new camera? it's so much more than that... your game has improved big time !!!
Charles R
Charles R 12 dager siden
Very good job!
P Wynk
P Wynk 12 dager siden
Way too cool process!
Mark Marchand
Mark Marchand 12 dager siden
Not too often i spend an hour watching a video; but i certainly watched this one. This was some neat stuff.
Common SENSE
Common SENSE 13 dager siden
Good video thank you for education God Bless
crbake
crbake 13 dager siden
Great video thx for sharing.
C.J.
C.J. 13 dager siden
lol, tell me more about those insect goggles.
scott clark
scott clark 13 dager siden
Straight artistry. Love the attention to detail in doing every bit of the job right. Well done
Andrew Swanson
Andrew Swanson 13 dager siden
It is so relaxing watching this video. Love watching things getting fixed and cleaned up to look brand new.
Stephen Perry
Stephen Perry 13 dager siden
Polish the end of the shaft, sorry I had to repeat
Bigrig Cookin
Bigrig Cookin 14 dager siden
ive now been staring at this hunk of metal for 45 minutes and still have no idea what it is. I feel like i know a lot about repairing it now but i have no clue where to get one or how.
spider0804
spider0804 13 dager siden
Could be a shaft to anything really. What happens is the bearings go out and people are lazy about checking them, maybe once or twice a year or something and its still turning so they call it good because you actually have to climb into whatever it is to turn it by hand and give the shaft a yank and make sure the grease is getting to the bearing to check it properly and aint nobody got time for that. The bearing starts to seize and the shaft starts spinning inside of the bearing wearing shaft down and you notice it when it starts vibrating or clunking. Bearing goes on the surface he weld filled, bearing stop / cap screws on to the threaded bit...key goes in cap on the smaller keyway...setscrew through the cap to the key. Other side bolts onto whatever is turning.
The Fallenone
The Fallenone 14 dager siden
I don't have a real shop but I'd love to have one like that (parts washer)
mukwera
mukwera 14 dager siden
What a pleasure to see that such skills are still out there - brilliant and hugely enjoyable to watch - many thanks and very well done!!
Eric Inlow
Eric Inlow 14 dager siden
Do you still use the eutectic gun or have you updated to something else. We have a gun like yours for our electric motor shop, and want to buy a spare one. Just don't know if we want to buy a used one off ebay or an updated version
Lisa Ferrara
Lisa Ferrara 14 dager siden
Fascinating video. I enjoyed this very much. I admire your incredible skills.
1488xeon
1488xeon 14 dager siden
Nicely done - like, but measuring the temperature in Fahrenheit, and dimensions in inches is immoral :)
1488xeon
1488xeon 14 dager siden
@Aaron Preston hehe, really nice joke :)
Aaron Preston
Aaron Preston 14 dager siden
Freedom units.
Emil Schweickerdt
Emil Schweickerdt 14 dager siden
I have heard of this sort of thing, now I am able to see it in action. Thanks for sharing! To all the journeymen out there willing to share their knowledge, experience and time, thank you very much, it really is appreciated!
Wil Goggins
Wil Goggins 14 dager siden
Thank You
AJ Martinez
AJ Martinez 14 dager siden
Good video,,additional knowledge,
GOD3000
GOD3000 15 dager siden
Awesome video dude
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