An interesting conversion from an old tire.
  • 19.03.2023
  • 1310

Great idea and excellent use of resources. The contact of the tire side onto the concrete keeps the unit from spinning under practical use. It's portable in use and in storage times. I love it!!

Exceptional driving skills.
  • 19.03.2023
  • 354

This is indeed some extreme driving! In many of those situations I know a lot of people would hit the panic button!!

Impossible climbing attempts.
  • 19.03.2023
  • 208

An electric drivetrain could be very beneficial for them. You only need a very small battery and you can place it anywhere to improve the center of gravity. The percition of electric engines could be used for better traction control settings. Maybe coupled with a gyroscope to prevent backflips.

Off road show of the most powerful trucks.
  • 19.03.2023
  • 144

Some old school cold war surplus rigs there. From the little unimogs to the old tatra missile carrier these are all impressive. Great demonstration of the different styles of articulation on the 8WD trucks.

The world's largest bulldozers at work.
  • 19.03.2023
  • 161

the video is very helpful for those who love giant machines like me

Dozer enters frozen lake.
  • 14.03.2023
  • 11179

Love to build a lake big enough to employ some of this huge iron!

Making an Electric Bike using DC Motor and Motorcycle Chain
  • 14.03.2023
  • 36494

The total weight of the bicycle in riding is not too much, including a battery and its rider. Meanwhile the electric driller’s capacity (work) can easily power it on the road even if you would install the bigger chainring to the driller output shaft to power the freewheel via the chain so as to increase your speed on the road, and then releasing all its designed capacity.

Fabulous welder workmanship.
  • 14.03.2023
  • 7428

When we build pipe handrails, we miter the horizontal corners and make the cut shown for the vertical posts at the corners. I tend to either draw the templates with AutoCAD or use an old piece of DOS software to draw the templates and import the result into AutoCAD and print them out for the shop. I love seeing this layout work done manually, without computers. It's very informative. Great job Stick.

How much can a truck haul?
  • 14.03.2023
  • 1187

Excelente vídeo, parece mais um mini documentário. Aqui no interior de SP durante as safras de cana. Aparecem muitos caminhões bitrens nas pistas, e com eles, muitos acidentes sérios devido a falta de iluminação deles durante à noite e rodam em alta velocidade nas descidas e baixa velocidade nas subidas em estradas simples de 2 faixas. Agora imagino o tanto de acidentes graves caso rodassem os trens de estrada iguais aos da Austrália.

US Genius Tech Will Save a Billion-Dollar Ship in the Middle of the Sea
  • 14.03.2023
  • 8720

The salvage of the Golden Ray required ripping the ship into eight sections for the VB10000 to lift. Enhanced metal anchor chains were used, not diamond cutting chains. Sawing action from under the capsized hull through to the decks literally tore through the structural metal parts causing multiple releases of hazardous liquids into St Simons Bay. This pristine ecology will not recover for generations, if ever! It is now recognized as the most costly and involved salvage of a commercial vessel inside territorial water in US history. 🇺🇸⚓

Driveway leveling from powerful graders.
  • 08.03.2023
  • 15829

Great video, amazing full skills

Performance of trucks in the toughest terrain conditions.
  • 08.03.2023
  • 5873

Deep respect to all drivers who worked before and are working now in difficult conditions. This work is often invisible to anyone, but those who themselves have little experience and have found their profession as a driver treat their colleagues in such work with warmth

Handmade bus process made in Pakistan with limited resources.
  • 08.03.2023
  • 2203

Wow, I am absolutely blown away by the level of skill and craftsmanship displayed in this video. It's incredible to see how these technicians are able to create such intricate and beautiful designs using only their hands and basic tools. Despite the lack of high-tech equipment and facilities, these artisans demonstrate a deep understanding and mastery of their craft. It's truly inspiring to watch them work with such precision and care, taking the time to ensure that every detail is just right. The Ingenuity is a reminder that sometimes the most valuable tools we have are our own two hands.

Broken rear axle repair.
  • 08.03.2023
  • 1638

You must not weld items in the lathe with the earth clamp on the lathe body. Doing this will damage the bearings in the head stock of the lathe as the current will be arching across the small contact areas of the bearing The same rule applies to all autos and plant always clamp direct to material being welded