I've been following a Youtube channel called This Old Tony who just keeps delivering good stuff - fabricating interesting projects, setting up machine-shop equipment, talking about how stuff is made - I get as much fun out of them as my son does, and he's even inspired a few projects of our own. I figured I'd share a link and hopefully this doesn't just make me sound like a shil. Any body else have favorite Youtube channels?
Here's a sheet-metal brake that my son and I made after I saw a DIY brake in one of Tony's videos. I didn't need a brake that badly... mostly it was just an excuse to get my son welding stuff.
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