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My name is Alec Steele and I am a 20 year old blacksmith from Norfolk in the United Kingdom, now living in Montana in the USA! I upload a vlog from my day at the workshop almost every single day. Lots of sparks, lots of making, lots of fantastic-ness. Great to have you here following along!

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tiny . 2019-01-18
you know, the number of times youve needed to take apart things to give them a good cleaning, you might consider investing in a good quality parts washer, and possibly a large ultrasonic cleaner
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Albert Fiallos . 2019-01-18
Please do not bring new life to British vices. The Brits have forced their vices on the entire world. Now, a vise restoration is a wonderful preservation of historic tools.
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AR-Gaming . 2019-01-18
what made you move to the US Alec
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Anthony Puccio . 2019-01-17
The thread on your vise is a Buttress Thread. I had one once that I restored and the lead screw was broken. It was fun machining a new one.
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Randall Kelley . 2019-01-17
So U pulled a "wheelie" on da vice! Oh buhaha...
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Tiny Rick . 2019-01-17
I am very disappointed in this video.
Dont go back to this. This is very bad.
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john smith . 2019-01-17
That thread is called a buttress thread. You see them used with half nuts like that sometimes and generally in an application where the thread needs to pull really hard in one direction.
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Mark Walden . 2019-01-17
It just would have made more sense if you used a paint brush and wet your steel Alex🤷🏻‍♂️
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Rob Mowry . 2019-01-17
What kind of headphones do they have?
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Probably . 2019-01-16
Are you from New Zealand or just horribly posh cos your accent is fucked
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Perineum . 2019-01-16
Is this music a version of The Ghost Inside by Broken Bells?
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teh chris . 2019-01-16
I cannot wait until the lathe and mill come in!!
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Jaime German . 2019-01-16
thumbs up on your u tube like watching the new tools and equipment u have there awesome much love and respect
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Luke Arts . 2019-01-16
concrete slab! Where's the elastic joint? It looks to me that there isn't one there. When inserting a slab of different thickness, you always have to insert an elastic joint, for various reasons including differences in thermal behavior. But in your case there's an extra reason: shock vibrations and accoustic decoupling. If you don't put in such a joint, the vibrations of the powerhammer will cause cracks all throughout your shop. It's not too late to get it in. You'll need one of those water cooled diamond cutters like they used to cut the hole, and just cut out a half inch wide groove, 6 inches deep (thickness of the thinnest slab), then pour in some liquid elastic jointer/filler. Maybe you can make it your flex-seal video, hahaha...
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K N . 2019-01-16
Are you the kid from Stuart little
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Luke Arts . 2019-01-16
shop's coming along nicely! I notice there's more echo in the video as you guys speak louder (which makes sense from the AGC's point of view), obviously distance to mike also influences the echo, but I'm not a sound tech. Just enjoying the softer voices with less echo more =D =))
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ch4rlyb0y . 2019-01-16
why not a full hammer handed blade while installing? ^^
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Phil Burns . 2019-01-16
Getting it together, make some damascus throwing knives with will, after you get set up,
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DernipoGaming . 2019-01-16
When you get the shop up and running you should make a knife for Hiroyuki Terada
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Jon Engstrom . 2019-01-16
It's called a buttress thread... for thrust strength.
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Randy Rightnowar . 2019-01-16
Is he only doing one or two episodes I'm weak now I know we just moved in but I'm just curious
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Miguel Lopez . 2019-01-16
He needs to do motor chain Damascus like so he can see
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Doug E. Huey . 2019-01-16
I think Alec moving to the US has done me wrong. I have gotten used to 4 or 5 videos a week and now down to 1 major withdraws.
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Magnareo . 2019-01-16
What happened to daily videos or even every second day videos?
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Sun Collective . 2019-01-16
Keep that cut lubricated Alec!
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Chase Thompson . 2019-01-16
I miss England when he had vids 4-5 times a week
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Zach Farmer . 2019-01-16
I know you have a lot of requests but when you get your shop up and going again you should make the sword off of king aurther and the legend of the sword
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Glen Hesketh . 2019-01-16
You need a sand blaster
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Garry Waters . 2019-01-15
you are ignoring your instagram account last post was dec.18 time for an update there.
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John McCormick . 2019-01-15
Missing the shows! Could you possibly make a comment in each video when the next episode will be released. For the past several months there has been no consistency in episode releases. I know everyone doesn’t mind waiting but it would be nice to know when they will be released.
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Alvaro Lopez . 2019-01-15
Some of us have been waiting for 21 videos to see you working on a real great project as you did in UK hahahaha!! btw....this is still a great channel!
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Frank K . 2019-01-15
Setting up a new shop is SO much work! I've been working on mine in my spare time for almost 3 years now and I am still working on shop infrastructure and not actual projects! Keep up the great work Alec!
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Rob Allen . 2019-01-15
Hopefully your coolant issue isn't some long drawn out process.

When are you gunna start squishin' the red stuff and making things?
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Matt likwarz . 2019-01-15
I don't know about everyone else, but I need another Alec Steele video.
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Dan Caldwell . 2019-01-15
And why did we not bake on the BLO?
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Jethro Venter . 2019-01-15
Love how Will made the saw "cooler"... ha ha ha... nice touch.
Carry on using METRIC Alec, it's a lot easier to understand.
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natuurvideo's van erik by erik . 2019-01-15
Organisation is perfect
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William Irwin . 2019-01-15
If the people in Montana don't start calling you the British Hammer, it will be a crying shame.
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Silven Rhodes . 2019-01-15
Do a tour of your new house pls
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Elise Flemming . 2019-01-15
You have a great butt, mister
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Barry Eaton . 2019-01-15
Hope to see you make some good stuff soon Alec. BTW I never expected you (this) to generate such a sh1t storm. Mostly from bogans, snowflakes and rednecks?
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Josip Barić . 2019-01-15
can you make a Damascus steel catana?
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jared shaw . 2019-01-15
How do you become a bladesmith
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CwazyWabbit . 2019-01-15
The funny thread is a buttress thread, it's designed so that when the thread has pressure on it locks into the half nut, a standard thread would be forced out of the half nut under pressure.
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Bob Green . 2019-01-15
Buttress Thread..
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Will Wade . 2019-01-15
In machinery, the buttress thread form is designed to handle extremely high axial thrust in one direction. The load-bearing thread face is perpendicular to the screw axis. or at a slight slant (usually no greater than 7°] The other face is slanted, often at 45°. The resulting thread form has the same low friction properties as a square thread form but at about twice the shear strength due to the long thread base. This thread form also is easy to machine on a thread milling machine, unlike the difficult to machine square thread form. It can also compensate for nut wear using a split nut, much like the Acme thread form.[4]

Buttress threads have often been used in the construction of artillery, particularly with the screw-type breechblock. They are also often used in vises, because great force is only required in one direction.
It is obvious on inspection that a buttress thread with perpendicular face, operating in a split nut, generates minimal disengagement force when tightened in the normally loaded direction, and thus it is possible to derive quick release devices to, for example, allow rapid repositioning of the movable jaw of a vice without having to rotate the screw by many turns. A screw profile, such as acme, where the thrust face is not perpendicular to the axis, generates a significant disengagement force on a split nut, therefore a more robust controlling mechanism would be required. Quick release vices are readily available. It is not known whether any of them are currently using buttress screws. An expired patent for a clamp using a buttress thread exists and this article describes a vice whose screw thread is disengaged by reverse rotation, which is likely to use a buttress thread, however no currently manufactured devices of that nature have been found at this time.
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fufu mfrmfr . 2019-01-15
You should really use HOCUT in the saw instead of synthcool. The blue stuff can gum up the machine and still let it rust.
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James Ellsworth . 2019-01-15
GOOD JOB, WILL! One of the great things Alec has done over time, and you are carrying forward, is to demonstrate that 'old' tools can have a lot of life left in them! Alec: really like the 'American' hair style! Should save money on styling gel! Fuggetabout Craig's List purchases. That is not working out for you. Is it possible that 'pennywise' is 'pound foolish?'
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James Abbott . 2019-01-15
Alec, when are you going to make a set of armor, or a shield...or both?
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ExplorationDestination . 2019-01-15
I just recently started watching your videos and I must say I’m hooked. I love the editing and I love the content you put out. I cannot wait for more videos. Keep up the outstanding work!!
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