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
Polite Man: please i have a question ....can we use a bottle hydraulic jack upside down ?
Polite Man: i think you are gifted ! but what is the name of these steel plates ? when i looked up steel plates or bent steel plates cant see same image at google , so what you call it ?
fucjape2: Saved me dollars, works like a charm, To all those safety freaks r, u blind yet from playing with it?
Drew Dawg: Where can I find the parts needed for this mainly the steel plates ? Thanks
Vortool Manufacturing Ltd.: Good stuff. Thanks for sharing.
The Shade Tree Fix-it Man: Clean and simple. Thanks