Screening different size rocks

30-Avg, 2019
977 184 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a skid steer mounted flip screen to make 3 different sizes of material.
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  • Andrew, I love you, your videos are amazing. I see no fault in you even when people question you for no reason, but in the name of fun and in the name of busting chops in a friendly way!! You gotta do something with your sneakers. You look like Roger McDonald lmfaooo. They look 2 sizes too big. The crazy shit is, you spend thousands on a machine but don't wanna get a good pair of boots.. lmfaoooo All jokes aside I found your videos and was rapidly impressed with you. Keep up the great work.

    Juan Carlos MunozJuan Carlos MunozKun oldin

    Michael PeachMichael Peach12 kun oldin
  • Does the screening attachment pay for itself? Can you make any money?

    James BixbyJames Bixby19 kun oldin
  • что ты там собираешься делать дядя ?

    Елена СоколЕлена Сокол23 kun oldin
  • wow is that an inefficient way to screen rocks. lots of oversized rocks in your screened pile that is a poor product

    brad kostebrad kosteOy oldin
  • A poor man's vibrator screen

    gary mooregary mooreOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • Bvbvvbvbvuvbvb %%%%%%%%%%-------------$$$$

  • One of My favorite things was to screen rocks as a kid

    J L PJ L POy oldin
  • you also need a way of closing off that big gaping hole at bottom of screen while your screening.

    Keckle JeckleKeckle JeckleOy oldin
  • Don't see how this is profitable unless a load of topsoil is worth about 5k

    Keckle JeckleKeckle JeckleOy oldin
  • Looks like the winds keep shifting ....with the last screening the dust kept you honest...haha...keep up the great work...!!

    Norman HarrisNorman Harris2 oy oldin
  • cool attachment.... thanks 4 video. be kind.

    a pictona picton2 oy oldin
  • 1/2 inch for general sifted dirt, 1/4 inch for garden bed topsoil. 3 inch minimum for rip rap.

    Sheila WalkerSheila Walker2 oy oldin
  • Ever tried to rock it back and forth less wear and tear I'd think

    Wayne GonnellaWayne Gonnella2 oy oldin
  • The way I see it, the 3" sceen is pretty useless. Plus, scooping in big boulders will destroy the whole machine. Only my two cents, of course !

    Marc René YvonMarc René Yvon2 oy oldin
  • It seems to me it desperately needs a hinged auto lock flap to cover the scoops open area. A lot of oversized material was slung out thru that gap on the larger material. Even the finer material slung out larger than wanted rocks.

    Ronald HeitRonald Heit2 oy oldin
  • I concur with JPatrick Duffy below. Just can't help it. So entertaining. Sometimes sit here and shout out advice that you never act on. HaHa. If you could start the sieving action with a rocking motion a lot of the fines would drop out because some of the oversized stuff is exiting when you rotate over and over from the start. Thanks so much for the videos. Appreciate the camera angles.

    Bob WebberBob Webber2 oy oldin
  • Interessant....

    Dorothea IsserstedtDorothea Isserstedt2 oy oldin
  • How much did your drone cost

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • Can you please say how much for the attachment and how much for the screen only? Thanks 😊

    Sam CaliSam Cali2 oy oldin
  • Sorting rocks is my absolute favorite. What am I doing with my life? I could be sorting rocks!

    WendingWayfarerWendingWayfarer2 oy oldin
  • Machine throwing up at 8:33

    Christopher CopeChristopher Cope2 oy oldin
  • Really, has anyone out there ever seen such a young man who is so creative, intelligent, intuitive, wondrous work ethic, and just plain extremely interesting to watch??

    xstugeexstugee3 oy oldin
  • Oso did oto gig oro root ofjri tut kn

    pancho lockspancho locks3 oy oldin
  • Maybe build 2 different bunkers?

    Andrew CooperAndrew Cooper3 oy oldin
  • Waste of time and money

    Bogi minhasBogi minhas3 oy oldin
  • Ahhh, this makes me so jealous! We pay a fortune for rocks like that down where I live.

    Pepper MintPepper Mint4 oy oldin
  • nice rock tool.

    Jack HoffmanJack Hoffman4 oy oldin
  • Only guy who could pull of Jean shorts😂

    Ryan SandersonRyan Sanderson4 oy oldin
  • Can someone please tell me what state this is? It's beautiful!

    April RainApril Rain4 oy oldin
    • New York

      501Kdub501Kdub3 oy oldin
  • . +

    Леня БелЛеня Бел4 oy oldin
  • Need to buy a stone crushing machine also for hard winter time --- This with screening equipment must be good money ....?

    Marcel GérinMarcel Gérin4 oy oldin
  • Not sure what good the 3 inch screen would be. You end up with dirt/3 inch rocks. The result would be dirt which is unsuitable for anything. I finish every video anyway.

    john Freemanjohn Freeman5 oy oldin
  • Looking at machinery relaxing the mind

    Umar ShajiUmar Shaji5 oy oldin
  • Exept you wear sunglasses on the day when there is no sun I do not see what s important for you to show us loosing time?? Pride ,how is your driving???,,,,,, Mate ,,,,,wake up

    zeno zenozeno zeno5 oy oldin
  • It sorta looks like that first few flips, when it's really full, you need to go slow just as it's dumping over into the screen so the bigger rocks don't come out. But I'm definitely getting one of these for my tractor. Thanks for the video.

    Douglas H.Douglas H.5 oy oldin
  • how in the hell does he get the work and the hrs of editing finished in any timely fashion? Iv been watching for video that may mistakenly show his time machine!

    JohnJohn5 oy oldin
  • Levi: Two-legs wastes entire day in dusty dirt dump with not a cool refreshing puddle in sight. Smh.

    Albert BatfinderAlbert Batfinder5 oy oldin
  • Сею, вею, посеваю

    Феликс ВласовФеликс Власов5 oy oldin
  • The higher the bucket, it seamed to not sling bigger rocks out......

    Lorne ChadwellLorne Chadwell5 oy oldin
  • Listen america do not... i repeat do not watch Andrews will not be able to stop. You may get divorced. You will forget you have children,the garbage will pile up,you’ll forget to brush your teeth,You’ll start leaving work early to get home and watch. Eventually youll call 1-800-i am addicted to Andrew videos.

    Water ManWater Man5 oy oldin
  • How long was of a process was this in real time?

    P KP K5 oy oldin
  • Perfect, hi from Rassia!

    Макс БурякМакс Буряк6 oy oldin
  • Dude, the screen shizzle ROCKS! ....the rocks... can now tell the chicks that you're a Rockstar! ...or the dudes...if that's you flavor..FRUIT-FLY STYLIE! HAHAHAHAHAH...just joking! fruity-fly...get it? Hahahahaha

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE846 oy oldin
  • Smart. Now you can sell the road fill.

    Samuel O'ConnerSamuel O'Conner6 oy oldin
  • I wish I could rent this!

    Joe CahillJoe Cahill6 oy oldin
  • Nifty!

    Mike WaskoMike Wasko6 oy oldin
  • Not that great is it mate? Ther's a slab in there 8 inches across if it's a penny.

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate6 oy oldin
  • even if you dont count your workhours is the fuel you burn worth the dirtpile ?

    Prinz Eugen van SovoyenPrinz Eugen van Sovoyen6 oy oldin
  • Hey love your videos man! I'm not going to tell you how you do your work because I'm not in your field but you seem to do things right. One thing i would tell you though is im in the hotshot business & i always chuck my truck & trailer when im getting loaded because one hard push can pop your driveshaft , ive seen it and it aint pretty. Other than that thanks for the vids! & greetings from TEXAS!!

    Luisito 713Luisito 7136 oy oldin
  • I bet if someone asked you to tie their shoelaces, you'd find a way to do it from the cab of a skid-steer.

    Jonathan BartronJonathan Bartron6 oy oldin
  • Hells yea the disco-inspired music is awesome!

    Ken Hiroshi ClarkKen Hiroshi Clark6 oy oldin
  • Curious how this stacks up against the desite screener you had originally I've been going back and forth on which one to get I know the skid steer attachment would be a all in one package without the need for a generator to run the screen but as far as price and production which would you prefer?

    Blake Merckle TruckingBlake Merckle Trucking7 oy oldin
    • Really a much bigger screener makes more sense. Something a huge loader can load.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Coronavirus distraction therapy

    Peter ArmstrongPeter Armstrong7 oy oldin
  • I LOVE this channel & you Andrew!! My wife just says you watching bing your boyfriend again?

    Mary DunhamMary Dunham7 oy oldin
  • Thanks for the demo Andrew! I was wondering which screener you'd prefer if you could only buy one, this one or the DeSite?

    JimHowDigsDirtJimHowDigsDirt7 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Thanks Andrew for the quick response. I just got a price today on a ALLU TRANSFORMER DL-SERIES 66 inch screening bucket for a skid steer loader and was told it is $33,000 CND which blew me away. I can buy a DeSite screener like yours for around $7000 so I think that's the route I'll end up going, as speed in not an issue for me. Keep up the good work as you are a wealth of information. Cheers from Nova Scotia, CA.

      JimHowDigsDirtJimHowDigsDirt7 oy oldin
    • The desite is way cheaper. I guess this flip one is faster though.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • I agree with all the positive comments below. Many thanks.

    Willaim R. KirklandWillaim R. Kirkland7 oy oldin
  • its design for sand on the river sides, not for mud . its only good to screen some sand on the river site, rock material

    Li U MAAALi U MAAA7 oy oldin
  • did not attach the retaining pins Andrew....did it get damaged ?

  • I wonder how this screen would work if you made the opening for the bucket 6" taller. I bet you would get a full bucket so much easier.

    AgustinAgustin8 oy oldin
  • Such a cool tool. All my dad had when I was working for him running his Bobcat Skid Loader was a bucket and backhoe attachment. I would have loved this type of thing.

    Hoby PatrickHoby Patrick8 oy oldin
  • Dusty

    Maka MakaMaka Maka8 oy oldin
  • When I go into work Im starting to say "okay lets get to work"

    Richard GRichard G8 oy oldin
  • At 14:55 Levi gets up from his nap and moves to a spot away from all the dust and noise. Levi says "Being a supervisor is hard work, I need a nap in the afternoon." :-)

    Gene DameierGene Dameier8 oy oldin
  • Nice demo on screening!

    Shawn BrownShawn Brown8 oy oldin
  • Wife says come to Minnesota to relax and help me with my projects, Now that's funny, ya Andrew come to Minnesota, I also can cook. We all make comments but you never reply,

    Minnesota dashmanMinnesota dashman8 oy oldin
  • Andrew what you need is a rock crusher drop the rocks in out comes screened crushed rocks like they have in a quarry.

    whitey georgewhitey george8 oy oldin
  • que buen compañero tienes amigo.

    yerra2009yerra20099 oy oldin
  • Nice. God blease you and your Familie. thanks for this Video have a nice Time in your Live and your Familie.

    Jens BradeJens Brade9 oy oldin
  • Andrews gravel yard cool

    Henry GHenry G9 oy oldin
  • I would like to see a machine three times that size for each size of gravel

    Henry GHenry G9 oy oldin
  • Who says American youth is lazy and just wants to smoke weed and play video games? Andrew works hard and plays hard. Awesome.

    Richard ERichard E9 oy oldin
  • Andrew, I don’t know if anyone has ever said this but have you thought about doing a video about all your different skid steer attachments? I’m sure that would be a long and interesting video.

    Adam LeeperAdam Leeper9 oy oldin
    • Yeah I know. Lol. I’ve watched them. I was just thinking about something like your video about excavators and the different size buckets and such. It’s actually kind of amazing to me just how many different attachments there are for a skid steer. I do like how you explain so much about everything though.

      Adam LeeperAdam Leeper9 oy oldin
    • There are videos using most of them.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • Andrew, hello from uk.fascinated watching your vids, question though with the amount of wood/timber/lumber you acquire why do you not invest in a woodmizer and produce your own boards .construction timber/lumber.

    Hunter RichmondHunter Richmond9 oy oldin
  • 4:05 holly damn, that's heaven :O

    AktapurAktapur9 oy oldin
  • Amazing with that title "Screening different size rocks" I watched the whole thing!!! LOL. Yes please add the saying "Ok that was fun, lets go work on something else" to your shirts. I have one and would definitely buy another. From eastern Pa

    Stonebarn MorrisonStonebarn Morrison9 oy oldin
  • 16:05 song?

    hermanni1989hermanni19899 oy oldin
  • Love this attachment but not sold on Amazon anymore.

    Rick NelsonRick Nelson9 oy oldin
  • To be honest looks like a lot of work for not a lot of yield - would you consider it costworthy / vs time on a small commercial scale? Or more a hobby DIY accessory?

    CerebralAilmentCerebralAilment9 oy oldin
    • Its ok, I felt it got stuff done faster in the video where I was screening top soil instead.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • "Haven't read the instruction manual but I'm sure........" Typical "Bloke". ;-)

    Steve BarnesSteve Barnes10 oy oldin
  • Wouldn't your time be better spent? That looks to take alot more time than just buying at Gravel yard. Even if the aggregate is free.

    bjcoppolabjcoppola10 oy oldin
  • Комфортное видео.

    ScorpyDen-LightsMasterScorpyDen-LightsMaster10 oy oldin
  • Do you sift from large to small or small to large. It seems small to large wud get the most consistent sift.

    Terry ByrdTerry Byrd10 oy oldin
  • There's something painfully satisfying about screening

    Elliott HurstElliott Hurst10 oy oldin
  • Andrew you could easily and cheaply build a trammel that’s would do that faster, easier and cheeper!

    Thomas D HarrellThomas D Harrell10 oy oldin
  • A rock crusher seemed like it would have been more efficient. Just my opinion on the separated not worth yields. But I’m impressed with your efforts on everything.

    Paul PricePaul Price10 oy oldin
  • That would be cool to have your own stock pile of different size Grade filler material!

    Wade LaschWade Lasch10 oy oldin
  • I think the 3-3/4 inch fill would be better for bigger fill jobs! Smaller but not too big!

    Wade LaschWade Lasch10 oy oldin
  • Andrew, please forward an email contact from the company that makes this equipment.

    Kleber Adriano RibeiroKleber Adriano Ribeiro11 oy oldin

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • idk how good that screen is, lots of >3" rocks falling into the same pile lol

    Tu ChenzTu Chenz11 oy oldin
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    Aaron BennettAaron Bennett11 oy oldin
  • Zzz

    Aaron BennettAaron Bennett11 oy oldin
  • Dude never wears gloves. I get blistery just watching. But I love it so much. Thanks Andrew.

    Jeff MicJeff Mic11 oy oldin
  • in a way I understand how this machine works but it is not perfect to see that the stones fall out at work , Great job Andrew

    Hobby by myselfHobby by myself11 oy oldin
  • Andrewcan you give me information on the drone you have. I would like to have one. CM in Louisiana

    Chris MontgomeryChris Montgomery11 oy oldin
    • That was this one:

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Wanna see a smaller than 1 inch screen on this thing.

    Donbot5000Donbot500011 oy oldin
  • I worked in a stone quarry for several years when I was younger. I have lots of hours working/rebuilding crushers and screens/screen towers/conveyors, just about everything. Im not too sure about this attachment, but I guess its better nothing.

    Joey OliverJoey Oliver11 oy oldin
  • The skid steer I drive has a ac cab and I feel lucky after watching all that dust

    lewis holsteggelewis holstegge11 oy oldin
  • where does he get those wonderful toys?

    uncivilizedengruncivilizedengr11 oy oldin