Caballerojaguar: Reconozco que son muy útiles las prensas hidráulicas,......pero, me da risa el video al poner su ejemplo,......de aplastar un pedazo de tubo,.......en 2-segundos, con un martillo haría ese mismo trabajo,.....jajaja ah.
Joanne Webb: just what I need , a socket destroyer
heclam: What size is each u-beam and what diameter for the threaded bar?
tgweeve: Wtf??? Que estupidez
penetrus: Pręty budowlane o klasie wytrzymałości 4,8 :)
Brian Reddeman: Not a bad setup. I did the same but I used a 1/2 mild steel plate that slides up and down with the jack. I also used a larger steel plate with holes recessed for the bolts so I could leave it as a stand alone. Finally I used it only a plexi-glass screen in front (really just a 24x24" scrap of plexiglass) because... I used a 12ton jack and one of the threaded rods failed with a loud crack leaving a couple of fine steel spliters in the screen. That being said buy a small hydraulic press instead if you can :)
Bobby Baldeagle: It would be nice if you would TALK and explain how you made it and what you hope would be the end result with the use of this press and what type of parts you would expect this type of press would be best used for... thank you for your time and video... GB
FRIEDHELM ERNST ESSER: haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa , i got an bigtruck lifter,so i can now make an 500Ton press.......................
hamz72: Hey Mopatin thanks for the great idea, I was going to buy a 12 ton press but didn't want a huge thing sitting in the corner which I would use once a year so I decided to make yours. I made a video of me pressing in carrier bearings. Works like a charm. Thanks for the idea!
James Demos: Great start, what is the finished project look like? Do you have another video? I am going to use you idea as I need a small press myself as I work in the HVAC/R business and pressing bearings sometimes takes a press like this.
chris higdon: be careful though, zinc all thread does have a vertical and sheer rating.
Conoperez Alberto: hola de que grosor son las barrillas roscas gracias esta mas practico genial
fatamorrighan: Could you list the parts needed to make this.
Even Chen: Some thieves will use it burglary
Cacianvm: why did I not think of that !
jublywubly: Thanks for making this video. That's such a simple, but effective machine. I only need a shop press for hobby work, so I don't want to spend a fortune or waste loads of space with a store-bought shop press. I'll have to look into building one of these.
jordan secrist: haha im sitting here looking through hydraulic presses to buy, and then i realize i can build my own for much less using a car jack and a frame, i look it up on youtube, and here you are with one made. thank you for confirming what i thought of!
DrPaul4justice: How would you make this thing electric, if possible with about the same power?
Miguel Jr: thank you!! i will be making one of these
Xavier collado: im the fist one to like this and comment on this vid in 3 god damn years good job though :/ Phuoc Tran: sao ban co acapellas the A Regular Potato: I got it from my 1st Moon Lord kill. Cody Wichman: I had a dodge Dakota 4.7 yesterday. had no power to the o2 heater on bank1 sensor 2. good powers and grounds to each of the other o2s. using the diagram I followed it to the ecu. on this design the ecu p.w.m the heater for all of the o2s. it has an asd sense circuit also. this car had burned the harness against the cat melting all of the o2 wiring together. my conclusion after back probing the computer was the driver had failed from a short to ground. Tom Dobson: A Day Trip to Wookey Hole Caves - Holiday Day 3 Enige Tutoriales: GRAX Hector Garcia-Martinez: Does it rotate like the older version?