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Newest Paul Budzik videos 10 Jun 2016 11:54 #85

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Two videos!

Notice the Unimat Lathe? Yeah, got one now, just have to figure out how to use it now...:rotf

Simple, just get some rock maple and make a tire. :bgrin

It would take me the better part of a month to make the block he made, let alone his mandrels and every other thing that he did.

I drool over the shots of opening a drawer full of impeccably organized tools, let alone what he does with them.

Now I need to buy a slotting file and six minutes ago I didn't even know there was such a thing.


Thanks to him, I realized that a slotting file would be nice ( months ago )

Must be nice to have the space to do all this and the resources to buy them . ( probably why we can't afford dental work )

This must be easy for him since the subjects are so large and there is no unreasonably small opening to work through :lol:

Also notice you only see his hands . Just like a regular dentist :idonno

He is amazing but the bottom line for me is this . For all these thousands of dollars in machinery , I can probably go on ebay and buy the tires on Ebay for 5/6 dollars . No headaches , hours of work or a huge shop to store all those tools :rotf Sorry, he is amazing beyond my wildest ambitions .

Great video James . I can relate to the majority of them but this one might as well be star track for me.

Bob, you need more tools for that lathe . Will get those washers made yet :rotf

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Newest Paul Budzik videos 10 Jun 2016 14:15 #86

I have a couple of screw head files. (that is what they are called) Thee files are very thin and delicate but if not abused will not wear out. Their only use is for cutting slots in screw heads. (except for modelers)

I have used mine for cleaning up panel lines on curved surfaces and a few other odd jobs.

They arre not readily available and are not cheap a single file 3 inches long (plus tang) and about 3/8 inch wide will cost about $34. With a qty of 12 I can get that down to about $28. Oh and by the way they are not dentist tools but watchmaker tools.

And yes I have the tools where I could make a tire like he did. You guys just need to pose the questions to me and I can help.
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 10 Jun 2016 17:22 #87

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And yes I have the tools where I could make a tire like he did. You guys just need to pose the questions to me and I can help.

OK, how can I afford all those cool daddy tools. :rotf

You said ASK! :beer :good

I got the room, just need to get it organized. :frantic
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 10 Jun 2016 18:33 #88

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And yes I have the tools where I could make a tire like he did. You guys just need to pose the questions to me and I can help.

OK, how can I afford all those cool daddy tools. :rotf

You said ASK! :beer :good

I got the room, just need to get it organized. :frantic


Oh Bob ! :rotf If he starts sending money, let me know . I haven't the room but I'll find something fun to do with it :good

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Newest Paul Budzik videos 23 Oct 2016 10:05 #89

The newest.



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Newest Paul Budzik videos 02 Dec 2016 21:55 #90

Another new one. Very interesting.



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Newest Paul Budzik videos 24 Feb 2017 22:54 #91

Heres another.


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Newest Paul Budzik videos 25 Feb 2017 07:41 #92

I want to be him when I grow up.

Even his tripod is top of the line kit. He's living the modeler's dream in my opinion.
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 25 Feb 2017 08:37 #93

And to think I just grab my cell phone.

He Jeff, looks like he's got a teleprompter also. :rotf
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 25 Feb 2017 09:40 #94

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And to think I just grab my cell phone.

He Jeff, looks like he's got a teleprompter also. :rotf

Yeah, I saw that.

I was hoping maybe it was just a kid and cue cards, but I'm thinking he has crew, maybe a local college with a film program.

If he's filming models with the gear he's leaning on, I bet the camera filming him is equally high end stuff. And the editing in the videos os time consuming, I wonder if it's him or not.

By the way, I'm disparaging it at all, I think the lengths he goes is amazing and I fully appreciate it. I have the camera and photo software that makes use of what he's referring too, but you think I ever cracked the cover on the manuals? He explains it well and I switched my camera to RAW about 15 minutes ago.
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 09 Mar 2017 07:00 #95

A new one. Looks interesting.



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Newest Paul Budzik videos 09 Mar 2017 08:50 #96

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A new one. Looks interesting.



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Great explanation of a pesky problem . This is also an explanation as to why you can lay down such a nice coat of primer/paint with Tamiya rattle cans.

Cheers, Christian B)

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