jial1961: Hi, from Colombia, please a little challenge for you. do with an electric
brush, Planer, Thanks!.
ob1coyote: You're like the modern day Bob Ross creating amazing things with simple
tools and simple materials.I am mesmerized by your videos.
frankie Pezzolla: Matthias, You must get mad Booty! ( Women)..
Woodconsin: What program do you use to make them drawings and print the plans.
Maxwell Goodacre: Matthias, what about making a hands free foot petal kill switch?
Tuan DA: you are pretty cool
halojump123: A cool geek show-n ya how's it's done :)
alejandro bomparola: MATTHIS WHERE DO YOU GET THE PLANS?????
insyned: Totally awesome!
pusswhakker: Sooo, you do have a table saw....why did you make another one?
David Faber: You make McGyver look like a moron. Great fun to watch and learn. Thanks.
Danny Sybrant: Did you mean 7.9 Centimeters?
38911bytefree: Would you prefer some silly safety advice or a question about something
that it's already written in the description ?
winsconsin: What is @3:00 tool utilize for.
Dennis Adams: Matthias: Have you made a video on how to make the dial indicator.? You use
this a lot Thanks , Dennis
Matthias Wandel: That's because the article isn't there at the moment.
Ed Burks: Hey Matt, with the fixed dimensions as they are...what max angle are you
able to achieve sir?
Gilberto Galindo Hurtado: This is the best and affordable jig I ever see from yours Mathias. Waiting
for second part and the link. I want to be like you when I grow up, really.
Thanks for sharing
edgariux77: have you ever tried to build speaker enclosures?
Kent Dutrieux: I love watching your videos. You do great work
bmetal2: woow this is more fun than watching sports!!
אלחנן בן סירא: thanks for the video. just want to ask-why dont you drill all the pilot
holes throught the two pieces of wood together? why do you put them
together, mark, drill, put together again?- you can just put them together,
drill. screw. thanks
Bogdan M: Awesome
aerofart: Matthias: what are the dimensions of adjustability of this jig? I take it
the pivot is placed well behind the rear face of the workpiece in order to
get the narrow opening in the tails - can this be varied, and if so, how?
zaraak323i: That is a great jig! I can't wait for the mate.
NGinuity: I am often accused of seeing things others can't and coming up with
innovative ways to do things, but even I completely yield to you, good sir.
What a great idea......
Matthias Wandel: Yes, I could have done many things differently, And I did in a way - I did
them differently from how you would have done it.
Pat the brat: You rock, good job Matthias probably the simplest around
Nelson Baietti: where's part twoooooo? =) can't wait! congratulations, Matthias! it's very
Matthias Wandel: I'm impressed that it's taking people this long to start commenting on this
video. That would imply people are actually watching it first :)
cjhoylemusic: looks good! looking forward to part 2!
Kurt Dempsey: always entertaining and very informative , wish i had the time to make
these projects. just completed the 3D router jig , well impressed .
Nick Hardy: You must have a metal worker background .
Sidney Taylor: I tried to find your plans by clicking the link in the description and it
took me to a pictorial of the process but I found no information on whether
you sell plans ...
idleford: You come with the most innovative things I've seen great work and you make
it look so easy.
max pullara: 1m35s I think you pressured the saw blade with the dolly thats all. You can
see the plate start to lift as you applied pressure
جمال منجد العدبا وى: I want to replay
Super Vegeta: amazing work as usual!
mountainhike100: wonderful video and best of all the detail drawings you have to show.you
made this a breeze to make for others.wish even 1/2 the people who makes
videos would show the detail information as you did in this one.thank you
for all the time you spent drawing,making the jig and making video.
Matthias Wandel: You can attach a hand held circular saw to the bottom of a piece of
plywood, but that won't make a very good saw.
j0x0r: That should have been "such plain materials as wood. *hats off*!!
Matthias Wandel: For more information, click the link in the description. Just like it says
at the end of the video.
DrClave: ohhhh yessssssss
Chris Walden: Incredible design and great jig!
you5711: Outstanding work, Matthias! I love it! Your YouTube channel is better than
StarkeyWoodwrights: The best cordless drills are DeWalt. Another good one is Rigid. Believe it
or not, some of the best cordless drills are from harbor freight...better
quackonduck69: are you high?
Daniel Martin: Thanks for the jig idea. I am setting up my workshop to manufacture Warre
style beehives and the machinery and ideas you have are an inspiration for
stygn: I assume you mean more like a sub woofer box? Because building a normal
case for a speaker wouldn't be much of a challenge I'd think? I don't know
much about fancy sound stuff, but a woofer box needs to be a bit special,
Matthias Wandel: You know where it says "for more information... click link in description.
You might want to try that.