More container castle metal work

3-Yan, 2020
513 916 Ko‘rishlar soni

Doing some metal work and crane work on the container castle roof project.

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  • I've stopped watching some channels because of all the crap. One channel 10 minutes of building 5 minutes of begging for money and clicks

    Thomas DobrenickThomas Dobrenick13 kun oldin
    • I know andrew thats why i watch your channel

      Thomas DobrenickThomas Dobrenick12 kun oldin
    • I am not going to beg for money or clicks.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata12 kun oldin
  • Cat Track Loader is king of the hill.

    sheathessheathes15 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.//.,';l

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck27 kun oldin
  • You are great therapy for a man that is handicapped you make me want to work slower than I used to but you make people want to do things

    Jerry JosephJerry JosephOy oldin
  • Andrew is faster with a hammer than this Stihl chainsaw 😁

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Get some headsets for the walki talkies and turn VOX on to get both hands free :)

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Does Jesse live kind of close You guys work good together, he's a good worker I like his vid's too.

    Steve DabbsSteve DabbsOy oldin
  • Tim from Canada get your bulldozer do you roll the die some straps on a bulldozer Tow him up the hill

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • Levi needs an elevator!

    wayne goffwayne goffOy oldin
  • Being Levi/Dad. I'd like to keep up, my body/interests have changed. I love you Andrew/Son.

    Kelly BKelly B2 oy oldin
  • This isn't a building...it's a sculpture. You are amazing, Andrew!

    born2soonborn2soon2 oy oldin
  • What is that structure on your west side of your property?

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • 34:00 mark... Beautiful! Hands down!!!

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • ISA TIRED BOSS... Just from watching you work!

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • $2k FOR THE CONCRETE SAW.. $1500 FOR THE DEMO SAW... I HAVE GONE WITH THE LATER.

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • One word ....... AMAZING.

    Joe BlackJoe Black2 oy oldin
  • I would have loved to have that dog n chain set up on my trucks to tie down steel and machinery

    Burn Dog AustraliaBurn Dog Australia2 oy oldin
  • ur d best idol andrew..jack of all trades n i adore u...im elec.plumber n mech.tech..but i empress to ur kowledge...ur great man...regards me here in pasig city Phillippines

    Luis TrapalLuis Trapal2 oy oldin
  • 6:30 Cody's Lab time lapse music. :)

    MaarkuMaarku2 oy oldin
  • By far one of my favorite UZworld channels. Great work man, love seeing all the new projects

    Left hand FarmsLeft hand Farms2 oy oldin
  • Lol the drone filming the other drone.

    Mme. HyraelleMme. Hyraelle2 oy oldin
  • You should give Jesse's channel a mention on yours. That would be a great thing to do...

    Richard BeckRichard Beck3 oy oldin
  • how many welding rods did you use? lol

    theeye 1864theeye 18644 oy oldin
  • Man that Caterpillar sounds good.

    Keckle JeckleKeckle Jeckle4 oy oldin
  • I think you did a awesome job, looks great brother! 👌🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers4 oy oldin
  • 5:15 it ment for concrete

    Daniel HollandDaniel Holland4 oy oldin
  • Andrew were you ever in the service???.... Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force...... Because you have that vib about you that you were!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Stan WebbStan Webb4 oy oldin
  • Know you love your skid steers, but might as well give up using them, or your pickup, to drag delivery trucks up to your castle. Start with the caterpillar; It has the traction and power needed to do the job. I've seen you go from small, to medium, to even larger equipment to get the job done. Happy to see you get rid of the wood. Made no sense. I always try to sell my customers the concrete deck panels for large spans. especially in wet conditions. I agree with your use. Lots of opinions on steel coatings. Surface rust seems like a good way. I haven't a whole lot of experience with rust, except for one thing, it streaks. In time, you will have rusty streaks down the side of your castle.

    Brad TaylorBrad Taylor5 oy oldin
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    antonio martinsantonio martins5 oy oldin
  • If I ever played won the lottery I wouldn't buy a single expensive car or house. I would, however, buy a large plot of land and buy every tool ever made and enjoy my life building my own house/castle, fixing things, and just making things.

    Live Life FreelyLive Life Freely5 oy oldin
  • @21:50 I wonder why that extra length of spancrete just couldn’t have been left there? Not, important, just curious.

    Eric KiefferEric Kieffer5 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Every time I see you water spray cutting in the winter I just know what a miserable job that can be. This whole roof project is great, welding in the winter is so much more comfortable as long as it’s not in a puddle.

      Eric KiefferEric Kieffer5 oy oldin
    • It could have been, but it was in the way of putting the concrete plates in. I think, I know I had a reason for cutting that.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • Andrew, you ever thinkin about laying asphalt to your compound?

    RestoPestoRestoPesto5 oy oldin
  • Strano, la prima volta che lo vedo usare i guanti... ;)

    walterzxrwalterzxr6 oy oldin
  • Aren't the cables in the prestressed concrete anchored on both ends (to supply the stress), and could the removal of the anchors, by cutting the cable, comprise the concrete beam?

    Sam SpadeSam Spade6 oy oldin
  • I'm 32 but when I grow I want to be like Andrew

    itsoveritsover6 oy oldin
  • Wow I sure like that drill. Is that called an Angular Drill or something like that? I want one, but that looks like it might be a little spendy. And that steel cut off blade for your big saw. I've been looking for that too. Lowe's has some of them. And one more thing. Damn I like your welds. They are flat but look like they are deep and penetrating. Probably a lot of practice. Do you generally use higher settings on your MIG welder. I have one too but my welds are thicker than I like. I do the one trick of chamfering the edges that touch before I weld, but I don't think I'm using the right settings.

    Roger ORoger O6 oy oldin
  • I would add more containers

    WorldRenownedCFEWorldRenownedCFE6 oy oldin
  • you should add Bus Grease monkey Hes thinking about building what you have on his new property maybe you can explain to him how to build it :)

    William IschWilliam Isch6 oy oldin
  • Son muy buenoa videos.

    Guillermo YarpazGuillermo Yarpaz6 oy oldin
  • So, you improved every driveway in the state, except yours lol Did you touch the chain while triggering your saw?

    Mr FechuMr Fechu6 oy oldin
  • man, what a beautiful look at the end of the video !! this sunrise was spectacular !! I've been watching all of your videos and they're great. congratulations here in Brazil!

    Edislei RamosEdislei Ramos6 oy oldin
  • What's the point of cutting that off you covered that whole container in concrete anyways

    Mark WilliamsMark Williams6 oy oldin
  • could you put 2 or 3 videos you have on this building project together into a condensed video, i scrolled back for the start of this video but could not find it.

    aj Mortensenaj Mortensen7 oy oldin
  • Andrews motto Improvise,adapt ,and overcome.Fascinating videos. Very well enplaned with-proper English.This is why he has so many subscribers.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.7 oy oldin
  • Why do you have a translated parapet like on castles Andrew?

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner7 oy oldin
  • When the sun comes out and heats up the metal do you get any banging from the metal expanding?

    Mike TMike T7 oy oldin
  • Epic Awesome and way friggin cool !!!

    David RobinsonDavid Robinson7 oy oldin
  • ¿Cuántas herramientas tiene este tipo? 😍😍 Tiene de todo y lo hace todo.

    geoTARKUSgeoTARKUS7 oy oldin
  • In sixty years never seen a saw that. Cuts steel as a skill saw does !as you have !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
  • Michael tarasenko. Andrew this is the most intense show that you’ve produced in a long time Great show !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
  • Is this your house?

    Ol'Grizz _____Ol'Grizz _____8 oy oldin
  • We're using concrete chainsaws in our urban Search and Rescue Team to cut through reinforced concrete. They're not great for just cutting down like you would use a normal chainsaw. Best thing is to do a plunge cut an lever your way through. Depending on the type of chain you can cut really heavy rebar.You should increase the chain tension and play a bit with the water supply. To much water stops the chain from cutting and to little water makes it go dull in no time. But these chains still wear very quickly. A ringsaw does a much better Job. Also you can get 350 or 300mm Diamond wheels for your gas powered Cut off saw. That also works great. Keep your great Videos up. Greets from Germany

    HVBastiHVBasti8 oy oldin
    • Yes, thank you. I used it again in an upcoming video and saw much better results plunge cutting. I cut a rock with it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • very inspiring... though I would aim at something smaller myself. Technical question: what amperage are you using on MIG welding the thick steel pieces?

    n 135246n 1352468 oy oldin
  • Now you did it Andrew you got me wanting one I'm going to start ordering the material now

    BryanBryan8 oy oldin
    • Go for it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • love the build, I am a blacksmith and am building my own castle here in England, mine is dug into the hill and about the same size on two floors, I have been inspired to build more by you videos thank you for sharing them

    Devon BlacksmithDevon Blacksmith8 oy oldin
  • I am still wondering wich is the point to build a castle in 2020 in a remote spot.... Is it your home?

    señorseñor8 oy oldin
  • want to see the inside bad lol so cool

    Breanna LogstonBreanna Logston8 oy oldin
  • Does no one in New York own a 4 wheel drive heavy load truck?!? Geez it does snow in new york people.

    blee0518blee05188 oy oldin
  • The weld at 11:26 has me nervous, It's a load bearing vertical weld. I'd cut another steel square and bolt them together so the the square takes the load, not the bolts, if the weld breaks.

    dbzssj4678dbzssj46788 oy oldin
    • I am going to put some columns under that I beam, its for spreading the load on the concrete floor below. but that weld wont break.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • That's alot of weight on that structure bro, all that concrete and steel beams.

    TobiasTobias8 oy oldin
    • Yes. The wind wont be blowing that away.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Desconfio daquela solda, e do outro lado, daqueles pedaço cortado na diagonal, sustentando todo peso. Trecho 18:15 Acho que era para solda apoiado na cabeça do tubo quadrado.

    STARTSTART8 oy oldin
  • Very addicting channel,instead of getting things done on winter holiday,I just sit back and watch when Andrew gets things done. :D

    juha jalonenjuha jalonen8 oy oldin
  • Wicked cool

    Elric BBElric BB8 oy oldin
  • Hows the roof coming along?

    Bryan N.Bryan N.8 oy oldin
    • Good, its a big project. Next video will be on the rafters.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • What kind of chain were you using to cut those concrete panels? Was it a carbide chain?

    Donnie ColemanDonnie Coleman8 oy oldin
    • That whole saw is meant for concrete.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • 好厲害 自己設計做房子

    s blues blue8 oy oldin
  • Hi Mr. Camarata. Don't you think that welding only is not enough to attach those heavy beams to each other, in order to make the lower ones capable of holding the upper ones securely! So I would think that using screws could be a good idea here for more support. Don't you think so?

    Hasan AlzahraniHasan Alzahrani8 oy oldin
    • Nah, welding is the way to go.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Andrew creates order from chaos. Its very satisfying. Thanks Andrew! Love your Videos!

    That Dog GuyThat Dog Guy8 oy oldin
  • Dual drone footage was sick💯👍🏻

    ManBearPig 1968ManBearPig 19688 oy oldin
  • Andrew, I think your ancestors built the pyramids!

    iciciclesicicicles8 oy oldin
  • beautiful location dude!!

    Richard GRichard G8 oy oldin
  • Curious...on those stairs, could they have been squared off to the inside as opposed to the spiral like you have?

    Richard GRichard G8 oy oldin
  • so you building better garage or the project is now more home comfy :-D

    Krmic1Krmic18 oy oldin
  • You just tryd move chain while saw was running,are u stupid?and it kicked in split second after you moved ur hand..come on man head for thinking,feet for dancing!

    SäsHä 3 #SäsHä 3 #8 oy oldin
  • Make sure you water proof those slabs vary good You would be surprised what a little bit of water can do to those slabs over time with out proper water proofing

    Nicholas HoeykensNicholas Hoeykens9 oy oldin
  • AMAZING, SIMPLY FRIGGIN' AMAZING!!!

    mike makuchmike makuch9 oy oldin
  • When all else fails hit it with a hammer

    Lost LoserLost Loser9 oy oldin
  • What is this... a $40,000 roof on a $20K building? :-)

    Mark B.Mark B.9 oy oldin
  • one thing is sure it never rot your building a brick shit house it's going to not fall apart

    steven herroldsteven herrold9 oy oldin
  • "I feel safer" 😂😂😂😂

    Dodge GuyDodge Guy9 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew Nice shots from the drone :) This crane to what height does it raise and how many tons? - Greetings from Poland, Paweł.

    Paweł i synPaweł i syn9 oy oldin
  • You keep going and you will have to install an elevator... Poor Levi.... lol

    Rj LeblancRj Leblanc9 oy oldin
  • I was wondering if you get your steel from Albany Steel?I'm from Albany and have family that work at Albany Steel that's why I'm asking..Great video 🇺🇸👍

    #HammerTime# H2R#HammerTime# H2R9 oy oldin
  • A lifting strap through the wheels on the pickup could have worked going up that hill

    nitrofish1974nitrofish19749 oy oldin
  • I didn't know you could get concrete cutting blades for this machine, very useful.

    RacerRoys MediaRacerRoys Media9 oy oldin
  • Why do not you use a plasma cutter? Привет из России!!!

    Михаил АлексеевМихаил Алексеев9 oy oldin
  • Andrew looks like your one concrete slab short could fit another slab in.

    whitey georgewhitey george9 oy oldin
  • Using a drove to capture pictures of a drone, capturing the progress on your building... LOVE IT!!! (how many acres of land do you have?)

    Daniel CouturierDaniel Couturier9 oy oldin
  • I feel sorry for the poor guy a 100 years from now that decides to tare all that shit down

    clif Altonclif Alton9 oy oldin
  • That was cool. A drone filming a drone. I love Andrews videos.

    Welder SandblasterWelder Sandblaster9 oy oldin
  • I predict that a hill is going to get cut down to a less steep angle in the future.

    conundrum conundrumconundrum conundrum9 oy oldin
  • Amazing project....you should consider using lightweight concrete for future slabs above containers. We use recycled polystyrene concrete which is a great floor as well as insulating the structure. www.enviroliteconcrete.co.za

    Hilton CowieHilton Cowie9 oy oldin
  • It makes me very happy to see metalwork done with a saw and drill. Too many companies won't buy proper tools, have everything done with a torch, and wonder why it doesn't turn out the way they wanted.

    Headframe HuntersHeadframe Hunters9 oy oldin
  • Just wondered what part of the country do you live in. Beautiful country. Also, have to say, never seen a guy so talented. How old are you Andrew?

    Rocky BrownRocky Brown9 oy oldin
  • What did the spancrete hollow planks run ya?

    Ben EllingsonBen Ellingson9 oy oldin
    • 1000 each

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • 24:19 almost cut his finger off

    Joshua GarzaJoshua Garza9 oy oldin
    • That saw won't cut skin.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • nice work does your friend have a YT chaneel?

    Kári PálssonKári Pálsson9 oy oldin
    • Yes, Jesse muller.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • Watching the evolution of the Container Castle is captivating. Who wouldn't want a Container Castle !

    Rob ChalmersRob Chalmers9 oy oldin
  • Is that a carbide blade on the circular saw that you are using to cut the plate steel ?? f

    FrmrGmanFrmrGman9 oy oldin
  • The same thing happened to my sawhorses, that grip tape pealed right off and took the crappy coating off with it so now they are all rusted

    Steve RoneSteve Rone9 oy oldin
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