As you named, the "latch" and the...I said, "wedge" and you, a half second later, also said "wedge thing". I jumped up and gave you a high five through my TV! 😁 .....now I'm headed out to buy a new TV.....☹️
Hey, this was published on my birthday!
Hehe sneaky subscribe button
this guy is hilarious
This video is pure gold!
Hehehe hide the sausage
So, I really enjoyed the video and always marvel at latch mechanisms. But can we take a second and talk about the rabbit hole I went down when I saw what I now know is called a Lead Holder at 8:25. I liked the look of the Faber Castill TK 9400 so I figured I would check it out, do a little google searching to see what I find. Two and a half hours later and I am looking at a shopping cart that is making me a little worried. I am going to be smart about this and run this potential addition to our monthly budget past my wife before I hit the money button. She loves sketching as much as I do so this may end up doubling the cart....
4:20 I was laughing so hard my wife asks “what’s so funny?” So try to explain to your wife how a machinist video is funny....😩😆
it's like being back in high school with all them CLICKS
Great videos, I'm a long time fan, but I gotta finally say - you sound like Alan Alda!! Very cool and relaxing.
why did you say "eyeglass tray" and show a "don't make me turn this van around" mirror?
Can this be done in 2D, or do you need the 3rd dimension to get an asymmetric stroke?
I want to know more about the maho /may hoe / ma ho /that green thing that smells bad.
I feel like you came up with the joke at the end and the whole video was an excuse to get to that punchline
Talks some 😳 get on with it
Man, when the pens come clicking in at 2:38, I was never more upset at the fact that a melody never appeared... of clicking pens... I was instead, more upset now than sad (sad being what I felt originally). I was upset now because the timing was perfectly wrongly executed. Fan of your work @thisoldtony, keep it up, been a watcher for a while! I have no machinist ability at all but watch your stuff. I feel you have taught me (without any practice), how to weld... I'm a Welder. (now) -West
poor bastard, springs cost like 4 cents
Tony hiding the subscribe button as a dashboard switch , very sneaky my friend!
2:11 Sir, please stop that magic right now!
Oh my gosh, just click it already. I got so freaking impatient waiting for him to just click that thing
Oh, come now Tony. That would have made the vid had you shown the ashtray(change collection)repair!! 8 hrs, HA
7:11 you're welcome
Hi Tony, about flexures and latches the following video is interesting: tr-my.net/watchvideo/video-YEz-r8KDY-0.html
Im in Love with this humor
I came for the curiosity about latching mechanisms, stayed for the wacky rambling. Subscribed too.
The cam reminds me of a formula 1 transmission, a very complex expensive clicker. 🥰
I’ve seen that kind of mechanism in push on push off latching switches as well
proof that this TOT was kidnapped by democrats .. " If you dont understand something, destroy it "
What type of steel were you using to make springs? Where can I buy it?
"music wire". Amazon, eBay, industrial supply... or a really good hardware store?
Ur wife is probably so hot.
15:39 Even if the cam is not 3D. A simple railrod switch like mechanism would do the same. Think of a train going backwards a switch which is spring loaded and give way even when the switch is directed to the other track. Another example is: tr-my.net/watchvideo/video--WN421leLkk.html#t=0m18s
youtube hiding your video from me
Hydraulics and milling still fascinate the hell out of me after all these years.
Favorite part: the bullshit camera movement at the end😂👍 "Nice!"
You keep saying things that make me go to like the video after I've already liked it
I should say I'd rather you limit yourself to one likeworthy moment per video for convenience please
where is the maho video
I spent 2 months trying to take apart every push- push latch i could get my hands on for a a project i was working on, this would have been quite helpful back then. Love this video. In the end the push-push mechanism was replaced by something different but i still enjoyed watching you make this.
I still can't believe the Subscribe button on your wife's ashtray-free car isn't being talked about more.
We’re just gonna ignore that genius sausage joke?
Very nice video, thank you!
Interesting. You tell everything so simple that everybody (even American people) understand it. =) Must do same kind of latch but because I don’t have any CNC gizmos I’ll make it of wood. The place it goes doesn’t need to last 100 000 times.
man that stupid damn sausage joke got me lol
Nice video , you can find the same mechanism in the play pause button of old cassette player and the power button of old TV
My request is make a different I've which can separate 😋
So you could make multiple state latches just by adjusting the track's complexity. This is so cool. It's so simple.
Assume...you make an ass out of u and me.
My flashlight button never works that often. But my the media pushing my buttons work so I havnt turned the tv on in weeks. So this is better entertainment.
Love this channel, these kind of videos are awesome, deeper understanding about stuff all around us 😀
As a Christened Paul I definitely can get behind the pawl action featured in this sublime latch/unlatch video. Paul supports Tony`s pawl feature. This pawl video is Paul appreciated. Could a non latchy latch be as a result of a poorly pawl?
hide the sausage.....how does he come up with these things.........
Hey does anyone know the brand of the Marking gauge(slide ruler looking thing)? I was really hoping to get one and all the ones I can find are cheap Chinese ones that aren't very good.
Tony, I'll have you know I sent this video to a coworker. We are manufacturing engineers designing an assembly fixture. A push latch will be perfect for one of our applications, and watching this video gave me ideas for the fixture. Thanks for your great content. Maybe my coworker will enjoy your shenanigans as much as I do and become a new subscriber.
I like how you made the hole table go up and down. Like the wire and springs would hold it LOL.
Is it possible to design a mechanism that works solely in 2d?
START ON ROTARY DAMPENERS!!!!
not everybody plays hide the sausage quite that way Tony. That made me laugh.
15:49 how can't I be blushing if you ask me to hold hands while we talked tony?. Lol.😁
I know, I know, latching mechanism?
Tony, what's the game called?
I really liked the "subscribe" button on the radio. Nice touch.
It was Abom in the mirror image
That is, without question, the most expertly crafted 'hide the sausage' reference I've ever had the pleasure to witness. Thank you, sir!
Yup - I laughed for several minutes at that one!
9:14 this somehow acted upon my psyche... in a not so good way
ADHD be like 9:16