Talking about welding equipment

13-Mar, 2020
303 943 Ko‘rishlar soni

Talking about welding gear, and metal cutting tools.
Filmed by @fitzsimons94 (instagram)

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  • Hey how come you let your welding tip stick out like that ?

    ArcnologiaArcnologia6 soat oldin
  • This reminds me of those school project videos

    Bruh with a ChevyBruh with a Chevy21 soat oldin
  • You’re my hero

    Dominic PascarellaDominic Pascarella11 kun oldin
  • If you think it’s tough with the welding comments to get information, go to the diesel truck websites. Everyone is an expert in their own minds and contradictions are everywhere.

    9856CB9856CB20 kun oldin
  • THANKS 4 VIDEO. BE KIND.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck27 kun oldin
  • Great information. Thanks. Great dogs!

    John BlakeJohn BlakeOy oldin
  • I hope you don’t paint your roof, it would pretty cool with the all over rust pátina.

    Paul TidswellPaul Tidswell2 oy oldin
  • Real Good production quality in your videos. Good pacing, audio always clear, camera placement optimizes clarity for the audience, and of course, you have the knowledge AND the patience to splain things people need to understand. Now, If you start doing animation... well, good luck. If I had known at 20 what a bizarre industry it is... I'm sure I would have plunged into it anyway.

    Animator&Fidd1erAnimator&Fidd1er2 oy oldin
  • But you're welding for Strength, reliability and Safety, not for an Art Class. You've managed to convey a Heck of a lot of information. I first went to a neighbor who had offered to introduce me to welding. He was building a gate with some old rusty painted scrap 1" angle iron. Seemed a little primitive to me, but it was just a half hour of my time. The next week I signed up for a class with a pro offered by the local high school. I came to see the first guy had never apparently talked to anyone or read about actual real welding... things like goggle/helmet/eye/ safety, prepping the metal surfaces w a wire brush, clamping the work, selection of the weld rods, cleaning the slag, and on and on... I'm really glad I went for the class! Fall through spring. Definitely good to learn standard safe fundamentals, not just improvising and guessing.

    Animator&Fidd1erAnimator&Fidd1er2 oy oldin
  • I have been watching your videos and they have inspired me to give welding a try. I am Joe home owner in my 60s. Is there a model- brand you would recommend? Is Harbor Freight good enough or would you stay away. Would you purchase said unit at a shop that only sells welding equipment? Thanks

    Scott GibsonScott Gibson2 oy oldin
  • You can handle it Andrew adapt improvise

    William CreechWilliam Creech2 oy oldin
  • When I used a very similar MIG welder years ago we always did forehand welding. Hmmmm

    TrafferTraffer2 oy oldin
  • ahhhh...I first read the title as 'Talking About WEDDING Equipment'....and I thought...wtf....

    eltsen nestleeltsen nestle2 oy oldin
  • loved this video ...learned so much...

    JOVEN GOCHOCOJOVEN GOCHOCO2 oy oldin
  • I am welded to Andrew´s channel!

    Alex EcheverríaAlex Echeverría2 oy oldin
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    jermagicstickjermagicstick2 oy oldin
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    jermagicstickjermagicstick2 oy oldin
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    jermagicstickjermagicstick2 oy oldin
  • im a union labor the 4 inch cutting wheel on the the 4inch grinder shatter in to ur face it very dangerouse labors have them cutting wheel stuck in there face and there neck please wear a face shield be safe peace

    jermagicstickjermagicstick2 oy oldin
  • The cameraman had to take a piss aparently

    Something's FishySomething's Fishy2 oy oldin
  • Does it matter how much rust is on the surfaces? Some of those pieces of metal seemed pretty rusty but I guess that doesn't really matter?

    aptapathyaptapathy2 oy oldin
  • At 16:44: AC meant to say "highly pressurized water" not "highly compressed [sic] water". Even in oceans at 4 km depth, where the pressure is 400 atm, water suffers only a 1.8% decrease in volume.

    Autodidact2Autodidact22 oy oldin
  • I’m not the first or remotely close to last to say.... dude you’re a f***ing badass!!

    Daryl S.Daryl S.3 oy oldin
  • Too many ologysts in the work place.

    Casanova FrankensteinCasanova Frankenstein3 oy oldin
  • Where is Levi's ppe?

    scurvyswinescurvyswine3 oy oldin
  • I think this videography style has brought a lot to the table. I think if the camera was used with a gimbal it was eliminate a lot of the shaking most people that want then tripod back are complaining about while also bringing your videos up to a higher standard. I get you can’t take a film crew to a job site, but around the shop I think it has a lot of potential

    Jaxson MageeJaxson Magee3 oy oldin
  • Have to grade video better next time.

    Lunch LadyLunch Lady3 oy oldin
  • There are a million armchair experts out there. If it works for you its good enough.

    Rosa String WorksRosa String Works3 oy oldin
  • andrew, it seems you are running out of interesting content. maybe you need to exspand your construction business into more than building driveways ans septic tanks. you have the talent go for the gold brother.

    MultiGeo1993 alanMultiGeo1993 alan3 oy oldin
  • The weld metal is stronger than the metal you weld to!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • The center of the plasma tip is tungsten carbide! Just so you know and can share with others!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • Your mig will weld 1 inch metals it’s just how you prep it, like beveling the material! You can tig any metal, just saying! I’ve had to stick some stainless rods because after a while they suck up moisture and you have to stick them to dry them out!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • I’m a retired welder after 37 years, I enjoy watching your fix and fabricate different things like your bucket modifications! Don’t worry about these people that make negative comments about your welding, I had almost 20 certifications and I enjoy watching your fab different brackets and other things!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • Where do you get your wooden welding wire?

    Gerald MillerGerald Miller3 oy oldin
  • With the camera work and editing I feel like I am watching one of those Go Pro people are awesome life is awesome be a hero advertisement things?

    Santos Speed Shop Day Care & Assisted LivingSantos Speed Shop Day Care & Assisted Living3 oy oldin
  • check out plasma cam maybe you can get one and make cool things and even custom make equipment parts clean plasma cutting requires some technique

    T WolfeT Wolfe3 oy oldin
  • Maybe you could add a few comments about welding safety? e.g what about electrocuting yourself? :) Or safety skills with gas torches? Very good, I've always wanted to learn welding!

    UltrametricUltrametric4 oy oldin
    • Its easy to get shocks when everything is wet. Its never really hurt that bad though.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • The picture and editing looks odd when somebody else is recording

    The Library of Video GamesThe Library of Video Games4 oy oldin
  • Man, this guy has alot of tools in his Arsenal, no wonder he can make a non running jetski run like new again

    Love JetFuelLove JetFuel4 oy oldin
  • You know another huge cause of porosity and inclusions in welds? Paint, rust, oil and contaminants. Something I have watched you intentionally leave on any weld you do. Rust piece of angle iron welding to a triple painted part? You do you bud and weld that up. Skip the small steps of buffing that stuff firsthand and you get to do all those fixes again when you have shitty welds break when for the most part they should be stronger then the parent steel... it makes me cringe every time you weld

    Travis HammonsTravis Hammons4 oy oldin
  • I like how you are so friendly with the machines, " I give respect to them, but not fear". just like I do. good life man

    NaitsabesNaitsabes4 oy oldin
  • Andrew! It looks like you lost some weight my man. Looking healthy, love to see it!

    IG WestcoastIG Westcoast4 oy oldin
  • Good job Andrew,love the video.

    Doyle ChandlerDoyle Chandler5 oy oldin
  • its called crabing on the skytrak. your bottle will last all but 45 min should be running FCAW. wait and u have sunglasses on under the hood..lol and btw a 1/4 in tack shall hold 100 pounds, a 1-inch stitch shall hold 1000 lbs

    Nicholas GibbNicholas Gibb5 oy oldin
  • At first I thought Andrew was on drugs, something didn't seem right. Then the comments clued me in. Im not used to this style at all, its almost like a different person. Still good, but nostalgia is a bitch.

    kamala says heels up, dont shootkamala says heels up, dont shoot5 oy oldin
  • Really enjoy your informative videos. Really like'm when I go to FULL SCREEN.

    HobbyTown CrewHobbyTown Crew5 oy oldin
  • Bonus of underwater is being able to guide it with my other hand...

    Brett KatzBrett Katz5 oy oldin
  • I used to Stick Weld underwater.... stick those things in wax and hope for the best 😂😂😂

    Brett KatzBrett Katz5 oy oldin
  • I love a 7018 welding rod in my opinion that is one of the best all around welding rods, and I learned my welding from my brother. :-) That is a registered nuclear pipe welder worked for Pratt & Whitney subcontracting for many years. And he always said a 7018 welding rod is one of the best for all around welding so there you are for credentials, all the people who comment a about this type of welding rod :-) excellent choice on welding rod Andrew you will never go wrong with a 7018 welding rod

    Greg SecoreGreg Secore5 oy oldin
  • just wanted to ask a question -after welding on the roof how did you get the scissor lift off the 3rd floor ? it doesn't look like you have ample room to clear the way it went in .

    SGT. MIKESGT. MIKE5 oy oldin
  • I didn't hear any descriptions of hot bee bees getting in your boots, ears, shirt pocket or belt line.

    Mike AbbottMike Abbott5 oy oldin
  • You're very humble, just because you don't work as a full time welder, doesn't make you any less qualified. You're a pro in my book!

    Daniel KDaniel K5 oy oldin
  • Thanks Andrew for yet another excellent video . 🇬🇧

    Kenneth HumeKenneth Hume5 oy oldin
  • Andrew !i allway watch ,,I saw you change two bearing on your truck cooling Fan shaft. Don,t ever press or harm err any bearing like that if you press in a bearing you press the outer ring

    Maximo Lopez SRMaximo Lopez SR5 oy oldin
  • A million years ago, I had a 1986 Grandwagoneer, a home made off-road trailer with matching tires and wheels. The trailer was custom made to carry a welder generator, wire welder, ladders and scaffolding and such. It was a 100% mobile welding business designed to get to places most people could not get to. Most of my heavy work was stick with 150’ lead, I did not have the ability to hoist up my heavy wire welder so it usually did the work I could drive up next to. Made a lot of money on small jobs with my cheap, light weight, light duty 110 wire welder that I had to fix often, but it didn’t matter as it didn’t take long and it was easy, for me, to fix the problems. Great job on the video!

    Doc WilliamDoc William5 oy oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/iYDOkLWsiLrXeYQ In the things that cut metal department "The WAZER"

    Jay KayeJay Kaye6 oy oldin
  • Whoa I notice that the picture quality is different this time awesome...

    FatMaCC bEaFatMaCC bEa6 oy oldin
  • Thanks a bunch. It really was a pretty expansive yet concise survey of how to cut or join metal. Fireball Tool has the cool water jet and of course EDM. I always wanted to learn how to weld. Stick for the purist and MIG for the rest of us.

    Jay KayeJay Kaye6 oy oldin
  • REALLY GOOD JOB

    Rod MosqueraRod Mosquera6 oy oldin
  • That was interesting, thank you.

    Alan StanleyAlan Stanley6 oy oldin
  • This feels way different to your usual videos, no offence but I don't think it's well edited. It doesn't flow well, kinda jumps about and is hard to follow. Contents good though thanks for the advice

    FiftyRacerFiftyRacer6 oy oldin
  • thanks for Explaining about those welding equipment good to know :) your dogs are so cute love both of them :)

    William IschWilliam Isch6 oy oldin
  • Fantastic editing!

    Jama BrownJama Brown6 oy oldin
  • nice

    zook420000zook4200006 oy oldin
  • I love all this chit chat!

    Welder NotMechanicWelder NotMechanic6 oy oldin
  • Very well done, I wish I had this video earlier in my life. Very helpful , Thanks

    guillemot380guillemot3806 oy oldin
  • 👍

    tractor man TPtractor man TP6 oy oldin
  • 👍🙂

    tractor man TPtractor man TP6 oy oldin
  • 👍🙂

    tractor man TPtractor man TP6 oy oldin
  • The only thing I have to say is when you put your nozzle over the contact tip you want the contact tip inside the nozzle about an 1/8 inch

    Gavin SmithGavin Smith6 oy oldin
  • Just watched this. Gotta say I enjoyed the slow motion camera shots. Plus the way the camera person moved around allows the viewer to feel like we are standing right there with you. Well done!

    Fist CoverFist Cover6 oy oldin
  • I sure wish you could have been my teacher when I was young. I always wanted to weld and many other things. But....because I'm a woman, no one would hire me or teach me. Its a different world now which is a good thing. I'm so impressed with your knowledge, you're so young and so bright. Thank you for this and many other videos Andrew. Stay well in these bad times.

    get inget in6 oy oldin
  • Love watching your videos 👍🏼

    Richard ChamberlainRichard Chamberlain6 oy oldin
  • I like your dog a lot !

    YO3ITIYO3ITI6 oy oldin
  • Thought I was going to see CHUCKIE2009 walk out 😢😢

    AD101AD1016 oy oldin
  • Ok Cody is soooooooo cute, Levi’s still my favorite tho I just got a labradoodle that’s Cody’s age

    Farmer TylerFarmer Tyler6 oy oldin
  • Okay I watched this attentively and I've got to say I like @Fitzsimons94 video style, and I see his use of jumpcutting ♥. However....that is probably *not* why the majority of people are attracted to Andrew's channel. They love that guerrilla style videography and I do too.. It shows an honesty no longer commonly seen on UZworld and Media and when presented with seeing Andrew's life in a new way through Fitz's eyes instead of andrew's own.. it kinda grinds against how we've come to know andrew on this side of the screen or at least seems unusual. But on that flip side, the new perspective shots are awesome, I loved those slow motion shots, I loved the lead up voice overs on some establishing shots, Fitz still presented andrew's life right, the lighting was bomb as hell in some segments and it really reminded me of early "This Old House" episodes.

    Cookie's House Cannabis CoCookie's House Cannabis Co6 oy oldin
  • "Take all those people's advice and just do what works for you" -Andrew Camarata 2020 That's an awesome statement. ♥

    Cookie's House Cannabis CoCookie's House Cannabis Co6 oy oldin
  • Why don’t you create affiliate accounts and list all tools you mention in your videos so 1. People can buy them without bothering you by asking the name/specs of this tool or that tool. 2. You make money.

    Greg HartranftGreg Hartranft6 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, thanks for the videos...wondering if it would be possible to somehow fix a welders lens to the camera to show close-ups of your welding and plasma cutting?

    DJ PDJ P6 oy oldin
  • Oh wow the videoquality is supreme

    klertarnklertarn6 oy oldin
  • My husband and I love, love watching everything you do, hubby just retired from trucking , and we just sold his truck, now he has more time to finally relax and enjoy watching you . Be safe young man, and keep up the good work , God Bless

    Barbara CarrBarbara Carr6 oy oldin
  • I want to know what you did with your youtube play button

    J BERGJ BERG6 oy oldin
  • They show this at school

    The Honey bagger ReportThe Honey bagger Report6 oy oldin
  • Andrew, You sure help people learn to do things. Thanks I have learned a lot myself even at 72 years old.

    J McCrackenJ McCracken6 oy oldin
  • Thanks Andrew.🏗

    Doug RDoug R6 oy oldin
  • 110 machines would take longer but welding thicker metal is possible with mutable passes! I have a welding book from my school, its written to AWS standards so pretty much any information to weld "properly" can be found in it, its "modern welding 12th edition"

    Tyler AngeloniTyler Angeloni7 oy oldin
  • So when are you going to pour a driveway? I suppose youll build a mini concrete plant first? lol

    james leathermanjames leatherman7 oy oldin
    • Don't tempt him, He's already got the paver machine.

      Cookie's House Cannabis CoCookie's House Cannabis Co6 oy oldin
  • Can you use your welder generator to give power to your mig welder incase of power cut off.

    Suvadeep SahaSuvadeep Saha7 oy oldin
  • Love your videos long time fan and speaking of welding you use that yellow trailer the most maybe it's time for a little TLC on her especially the ramps.

    Kenny PazdurKenny Pazdur7 oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍 Bruv you got the fundamentals just like the camera woman 🤚high 5 oxy-acetylene is good for braising cast Steel too kinda like soldering. I enjoyed this video for you knowledge 👍👍🤚😂 Andrew are you a MMA fighter?? Every time I see your face with out glases your a bit beat up.. it's all good just something I've noticed.. maybe its coz I've jumped from video to video... 👍👍either way it was the container castle that brought me here, now on lockdown(as we all are) I'm watching more old videos. Been subbed like 6 months but watched the odd one or two of the castle, since the roof construction I've been watching heaps of videos👍 thanks man much appreciated

    Matt GrahamMatt Graham7 oy oldin
  • A Cameraman!?! this is new!

    only1battmanonly1battman7 oy oldin
  • hey @andrew camarata do u buy things at harbot freight or nahhh

    Hidden MistHidden Mist7 oy oldin
  • Generally speaking a good weld is all ways stronger than the base metal. Good video

    greg zacekgreg zacek7 oy oldin
  • Great video, but why would one choose to stick weld vs mig weld? Mostly because it's faster?

    Scott JohnsonScott Johnson7 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata ok thank you!

      Scott JohnsonScott Johnson7 oy oldin
    • Stick is cheaper. Mig is kinda better in every other way. Unless welding something where its really windy.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • Very cool.

    Ted The AmericanTed The American7 oy oldin
  • As an example Low Hydrogen rod 7018 with a one inch weld (A Correctly Produced Bead) will hold 70,000.0 lbs.

    Steven WhalenSteven Whalen7 oy oldin
  • Great Video Andrew! I think I also need to tell you that your container shop/castle/work of art is REALLY going well! The only thing that seems to slow you down is your imagination and I don't think that's an issue!!! Keep it up pal!!

    Tom LesterTom Lester7 oy oldin
  • It seems a little shaky, is the tripod cold?

    LucasWerewolfLucasWerewolf7 oy oldin
  • Screw the comments brother

    Brandon GarbaczBrandon Garbacz7 oy oldin
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