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Awesome instructor when I went through the program.
What is the latch on the side of the Wiss hand seamer supposed to do? Mine does nothing. My subconscious tool thoughts don't want me to move forward until I find an answer. Your approach to education on this subject is excellent. Thanks for being so concise and straight forward.
I call the red lefts & green rights.those are snips the longer straights are shears.Why no mention of pipe shears? For cutting around ducts or round pipes. Son of a lifetime sheet metal man.
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This instructor is the best I’ve seen, I bet he turns out great tradesmen.
Saludos.alguien podria decirme cual es el nombre de la herramienta que aparece en el minuto 06:25 ?Buen Dia.
what a great video, simple, well explained, thanks so much for sharing it, gratitude 🙏
Gentlemen good evening, Myself Jagadish Jain from Chandigarh-(India.) I require mild steel Sheet to mild steel sheet heavy duty Crimping n notching (compact) tool or sepratly individual crimping n notching tool. Do u suggest me accurate hand ✋ tool for the job alongwith price in Indian currency ? Thanks and regards- Jagdish Jain.
WHAT DOES THE HAMMER DO?????
Fantastic teacher! Very much enjoyed the video.
Excellent video! Really informative and explained where anyone could Comprehend the information. Camera person did a good job too! only wish that I had found this video sooner!
Excellent info and demonstration.
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Do you ever use cable tie tension tool?
How often do you use V notcher?
Your not using the left and right correct
Hahaha thatocking tool do t work 🤣
cool man you good explaining
Info I really needed, thanks man!!
Technically according to Malco you have the snips upside down. Three blades up, two down, and the lock is operated with your thumb for a right handed person. You can tell the difference in the crimps when done both ways but it's negligible and I'm not sure it really matters.
When I first got into the trade my boss gave me a list of starter tools to buy. Tinners hammer, red and green snips, tape measure, 1/4 in flat screw driver, awl, compass, tool pouch, electrical tape. I looked at him and asked why the electrical tape? He said because I wouldn't have room for all the Band-Aids.
Excellent explanation!Even though my interests are not duct work related(more related to sheet metal studs)still sheet metal related.You Sir,are an excellent example of a vocational teacher.I hope your students "nailed it!",if not,you did what you could!
Thanks, great video
Thank you for sharing the knowledge so us young ones can learn. I appreciate it. I really do.
im a installer long cuts i use powered nibblers
@4:45 what a idiot. . the 2 prongs go on the inside, 3 prongs outside. . To shape the circle. . What a moron. . Teaching a bunch of other morons
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