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How to make a Power File (with basic tools) | Angle Grinder Hack | Grinder Attachment

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You can support me via: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CosmasBauer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cosmasbauer/ Filing is not a lot of fun. Power filing is. So I made a belt sander attachment for my angle grinder. Commercially sold power files are either cheap pieces of crap or very expensive. All it takes is a grinder a couple of files, a drill, a welding machine and a bit of time. The hole saw I used is a bi-metal hole saw. Amazon links to some of the tools that I use and like: Palm Router: http://amzn.to/2mjUI1V Fancy Clamps: http://amzn.to/2lDOTzc Clamps: http://amzn.to/2qjSu5F Drill Driver Combo: http://amzn.to/2lE3TgA Router (for Pantorouter, router lift, ...): http://amzn.to/2m5TJWV Track Saw: http://amzn.to/2lDVUQB Angle Grinder: http://amzn.to/2m5W0l6 Random Orbit Sander: http://amzn.to/2kJAQZI Biscuit Joiner: http://amzn.to/2lEf8Wb Belt Sander: http://amzn.to/2mjIQNB Spindle Sander: http://amzn.to/2llhubV Jigsaw: http://amzn.to/2lE2BSB Combination Square: http://amzn.to/2pJCtIR Welding Helmet: http://amzn.to/2qjzfsT Speed Square: http://amzn.to/2qqHSkq Pipe Clamps: http://amzn.to/2pJM9Dq



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Chris Ghysel (18 days ago)
"The male tries to impress the female by gently grinding her arbor nut." Hilarious, and totally not expected... ><
Tim Teller (20 days ago)
good job bad jokes
Rafael Rodrigues (1 month ago)
Muito bom 👏 👏👏
David Alexander (1 month ago)
Been machining for some time and still learned a few things. Great job bud. Sub'd
Roger Miller (1 month ago)
Cool.
Kenny Super (2 months ago)
The making step by step and yeah well done nice work bro . keep it up
R Broyles (3 months ago)
You did a damn good job on THAT
Richutube2000 (3 months ago)
Hi cosmos just wondering is your drawings done by hand or do you use a computer program. Thanks
David Chung (3 months ago)
Don't think much for your homemade can opener lol
David Chung (3 months ago)
Great build
David Chung (3 months ago)
It's a pity that you didn't have the power file that you made to help make the power file pieces if you know what i mean ha ha
Rohinton Chinoy (3 months ago)
Make one for me lol.
mehmet deliormanli (3 months ago)
You are a true craftsman, however you should definitely get a tig welder for your intricate welds. Don’t get me wrong your stick welds are great but your work deserves better.
MR. NVC DIY (3 months ago)
Great step by step
Denis Rose (4 months ago)
brilliant Video...with some really goods tips on making Power File Thanks very much
Bly Lee (4 months ago)
the real diy... no fancy big ass machine shop equipment needed.. subscribed!
Mau M (4 months ago)
hollysh ! I've just realized that all this time I already had a vertical lathe to make pins ! ! !
ahmed elmasry (5 months ago)
68Nice job,8
Toro sharp edge (5 months ago)
You create many tools but why don't you make apatent and start production for sell some tool like this in the market? It think this can be a great product for home garage hobbies
Aleksey Camodelkin (6 months ago)
Convenient Adaptation
Ben (7 months ago)
State of the art !
Jeffrey A Lubchansky (7 months ago)
Why don’t you sell them?
ranulfo napay (7 months ago)
Good and nice project bro.have a good day.tnx for the excellent vedio.
Enderwiggan1 (7 months ago)
Wow!
Hamouchi Salah (7 months ago)
mazing please plan pleaase
Robin Marwick (7 months ago)
Wow! pretty impressive no not pretty extremely impressive
вася рогов (8 months ago)
Зайчиков наловился ,мля
Tommy Katsis (9 months ago)
just wonderful work dear Κοσμάς ......i hope to replay to you in that project as soon as is possible :-) keep going .......;-)
Жаке Жаке (9 months ago)
Ужасный ударение
Ila Admo (10 months ago)
321 thumbs down ppl are the ones who goes to the stores and pickup a cheap made in China/made in Taiwan crap and then complain about it not working good
Luke McMullin (11 months ago)
I very much liked your video and hope to make a similar unit myself. Thanks again Luke.
zenbooter (11 months ago)
man your way out front
aserta (11 months ago)
For those that don't have access to making the clamp section, the guards meant for larger grinders usually have a deeper wall, at @1 2 dollars, one can be bought, cut, and repurposed. Most hardware stores carry a small selection of aftermarket parts for tools. IF one is lucky, one could find a flat wall guard, that's perfect since you can just drill in to the face and make a support directly from that without even modifying a thing. Bosch guards usually are build that way, and out of quite thick material.
That'sWhat'sUpCuz (11 months ago)
Great video, thanks for sharing! Some food for thought, when making a video for people to watch, might want to edit out the welding......just sayin'.......Thanks Again!
ryadh77271 (1 year ago)
it's just awesome thank you for sharing this video
Fakhar Chishti (1 year ago)
amazing bro
strozd strozd (1 year ago)
do you have IGS or Step model please?
ILN905 (1 year ago)
АЙ АНДЕРСТЕНД МАЙ ФРЕНД !
Kalle Klæp (1 year ago)
" shopy hop tolerances"...😂 lmaof. 11:20 Again you showed you have skills at making things happen...and a lot of good ideas.
n14cummins262262 (1 year ago)
for sale ?
Terje Grov (1 year ago)
Very nice device! what kind of sand paper do You recomend?
Martin Mc Fly (1 year ago)
good tutorial, but that project is not useful
José Valdivia (1 year ago)
Buenisimo vídeo, mucho ingenio
Edad Martin (1 year ago)
Wierd imperial nut sizes. Hahaha whohoo!
Korgon2013 (1 year ago)
11:57 - We've all had those moments - talking to a work piece.
Peppino Lore (1 year ago)
ottimo
Marlinblack 65 (1 year ago)
Excellent build!
Roger O (1 year ago)
I want to say that I'm totally impressed by your workmanship and quality of the finished product.  That is one well done tool!
sandua51 (1 year ago)
Excellent hand and bench work!
nifty1940 (1 year ago)
Entertaining, impressive and very functional - not to say nothing about your hand skills - well done.
Jason Campbell (1 year ago)
Seriously impressive. Good job.
Victor Dominguez (1 year ago)
Bello great work you could give me the picture of minute 2:01 please
Roberto castillo (1 year ago)
me encanta el video pero me hubiera gustado que subieras un archivo pdf con el diseño de tamaño real
будто услышать вашу выговор по русски?
Maxim R (1 year ago)
красавец, !!!
gustavo Smith (1 year ago)
Muy muy buen trabajo... Te felicito por la prolijidad y la sencillez del mismo. Muchas gracias por compartirlo. Very very good work ... I congratulate you for the neatness and simplicity of it. Thank you so much for sharing it.
Shevill Mathers (1 year ago)
Very impressed, love your versatile use of the angle grinder and that neat trick making the lock pin/screw with the bench drill and angle grinder. The ingenuity of the DIY enthusiast never fails to amaze me.
John Smith (1 year ago)
i use a little work sharp belt sharpener a great deal for little shaping and deburring tasks. never knew it could be used as such but use it for this more than for sharpening by far. light and handy too, but not heavy duty like this sweet ass build
MrTad99 (1 year ago)
Cosmas, have you found any problems with those belts running at angle grinder speeds? I can't remember but I feel like our little pneumatic finger file at work is in the 3000 - 4000 rpm range only ... Quite amazing work though! Thanks for the great builds.
Adam Huber (1 year ago)
A sloppy job by a Germanic youth is like top engineers among us auslander mouth breathers. Good week! I'm impressed!
skippyman22 (1 year ago)
Fantastic. Thank you.
Andrew Pirie (1 year ago)
Really enjoyed this video, I am impressed by how you improvised with some fairly basic equipment WELL DONE
Молодец, весьма отменно, круто изготовлено, процесс впечатляет. Итог полная ЖОПА для выбивания глаз, травмирования (серьёзного) рук и пальцев, это в наилучшем случае (без очи). Мастер неплохой, инженер хреновый.
rugby soldier (1 year ago)
Umsetzung Top Idee Top oh alles Top
Sergio Kiwon (1 year ago)
thanks you my friend Amazing gratifying recomendo I'M from Brazil
José Roberto Martins (1 year ago)
Magnífica ideia, parabéns. Mais uma p/ os meus projetos. Obrigado por compartilhar (Brasil).
Jaxx Brat (1 year ago)
Good metal working skills..can tell by the sound that you did get some hardness into the pin..
Jonathan Paul (1 year ago)
This video just stole any ounce of manhood or brains I thought I had! Fantastic Job man!
Cosmas Bauer (1 year ago)
haha :D Thanks!
YourOldDog (1 year ago)
Great job. I bought about 60 new belts for a grinder like that at a yard sale, I'll have to try your project to see if I can get some use out of my new belts.
Bryan Dawson (1 year ago)
Amazing work! Is that stainless steel tubing and rod? What electrode did you use? Keep up the great work!
Brady McPhail (1 year ago)
very very smart! these tools are real expensive in the USA
The1kapable (1 year ago)
one word:waouuh! ;);)
Richard Haen (1 year ago)
That is a very good job well done good video
JOE Z (1 year ago)
Nice work!
Nico Viet (1 year ago)
du benutzt das gute getriebeöl - altöl würde es auch tun oder?
Haim Neuberg (1 year ago)
Hello Where can I buy the Angle Grinder ?
strozd strozd (1 year ago)
do you have 3D model? IGS or STEP? I need it too . it look as good idea
well! well! well! I do not speak english a lot, but i can say; wuao it is a good job! congratulation and thanks for share this video!
Nico van der Walt (1 year ago)
Love your vids and dude your welding is sick!!!! Great job
Bruno Schoofs (1 year ago)
dear sir from an electrician point to you what a cool job you did there I realy admire your work
valveman12 (1 year ago)
Cosmas that is a great project. I really enjoyed watching it and especially so that you used many common tools to build it. Great job.
Super Grover (1 year ago)
The nature documentary bit made me laugh :)
Anand Verma (1 year ago)
Amazing build , finish and simplicity. Kudos
ken suo (1 year ago)
so cool~
Marc’s Fx (1 year ago)
Great build, well done 🏆👍🏼😊
N Mano (1 year ago)
Nice work with the drill press and angle grinder substituting for a lathe.
nesnakomec (1 year ago)
hello, can you sell me one like this?
6Skull6Kid6 (1 year ago)
What were the measurements that you came up with for this build? Does the program you used to draw it up have a way to scale it to the size of belt?
marculpa (1 year ago)
Du bist der absolute Hammer! Danke fürs Video! Habs nachgebaut und funktioniert tadellos.
Cosmas Bauer (1 year ago)
Das ist super!
atzerath (1 year ago)
super video! Thx man! I will keep on following you :)
Seno Aja (1 year ago)
sangat menginspiratif..kira2 perspektif ga ya?
Fernando Ullaguari (1 year ago)
Don't anything about fabricating but your video was better than watching porn
Zoreil0683 (1 year ago)
I learned a lot from you!Thanks you :)
bin bon (1 year ago)
realy good jobs..Wauu
XYZ (1 year ago)
very good job , you have good skils , but you shoul to use for this jobTIG or MAG proces
Fossils etc. (1 year ago)
Very impressive!  Where do the dislikes come from???  Must have been your chisel oil can joke?  Great sense of humor, and craftsmanship!
Chris Barth (1 year ago)
You really did an awesome job on this! It takes a smart creative mind, combined with mechanical skills to fabricate tools like this. Not many people possess this ability. People who sit in an office all day are usually are the ones with the highly coveted, "well respected", overpaid professions. But, without people like this, our world would grind to a halt. In the school system where I live I recently found out that shop class was no longer offered because it was felt more time should be focused on computers. What a misguided tragedy that is! It just shows the lack of respect society has for anyone who works with their hands for a living.
Marcelo Ursine (1 year ago)
Parabéns,ok
MrSoarman (1 year ago)
good job
Amri Adi Luhung (1 year ago)
really great idea.
Rizomar REIS (1 year ago)
gostei

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