NOW We're Cook'n with Argon!!

2021.jan.10.
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Inert atmosphere for heat treating oven?
Don't adjust your TV, YOU HEARD THAT RIGHT!
I've wanted to try this upgrade since I first heard about it. Let's give it a try!
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Music: Cemetary Clown - Sir Cubworth

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  • 16:51 nearly crapped myself :)

    Swordof theLordSwordof theLord4 órája
  • I like when you cooked your finger, made me laugh we are all human I guess. Bunny's are the most underrated pet of all time.

    vagabonpandavagabonpanda5 órája
  • You got to try an heat treat the rabbit.... with a few potato's and veg.

    revb0revb06 órája
  • Jumped out my skin with the explosion 😆

    MartinguyMartinguy7 órája
  • You'll want to go to a beefier heater block to do high volume printing. You'll overrun the standard E3D v6 quickly even on a .6 nozzle (You can go up to .4 layer height and 1.2mm line width). An E3D Volcano is the way to go.

    Dan MarafinoDan Marafino8 órája
  • Stoked to see you coming up on one million subs Tony, keep up the great work, love your videos

    daniel escobedodaniel escobedo9 órája
  • Nozzle changes: use one type of nozzle, do not mix and match from different patches. Check that they are all identical lengths, when it comes to the threaded section. Change them when warm. Mixing different type of nozzles can end up with a dreaded blob but so far, using just one type, sourced from the same place has worked fine. Also: it is fairly easy to miss the threads and screw it in wonky, ruining the hot end in the process, use a drill bit and fingers, don't use power tools.

    SquidCapsSquidCaps10 órája
  • 17:33 subscribe 180 ? XD

    molak34molak3411 órája
  • And that’s what I get for reading the comments before the episode is over. “ The rabbit stole the show”. It certainly did.

    LostboyLostboy11 órája
  • You could 'gasp' use wood and a router to make that stand. edit: that's where my old collet went to. 18:40

    fire surferfire surfer16 órája
  • TAZ has a supported 1.2mm nozzle.

    spblackeyspblackey18 órája
  • My cat is watching your website very carefully! Licking her chops.

    Jeff DahlJeff Dahl18 órája
  • Hey Tony, I love all your videos, and your presentation rocks! When ever I need to get in a better mood, I watch your videos. Sorry I'm going off track here, I don't know how to email you so, I was wondering if you have seen those 100ton boxes at the place they call the serapeum, in Egypt? Whats your thought how they were made? The only reason I ask is because they are precision and you are the best when it comes to that and you can make anything. I know you don't work with stone but I would love to hear what you think. They tell everybody that they were made with copper chisels. There is no way! Would love to hear what you think.

    Jeff DahlJeff Dahl18 órája
  • 😁😂👍

    Gacheru MburuGacheru Mburu19 órája
  • Eh, what's up doc ?

    Johnny DingoJohnny Dingo19 órája
  • If you pulled a vacuum on the oven before adding the argon, would you have less scale?

    Thomas GuthrieThomas Guthrie20 órája
  • You kidding you don't know a de-burr tool!? That's either a joke 🤣 got me, or I'm flabbergasted

    Sailing DreamOnSailing DreamOn21 órája
  • I gave you a thumbs up for the rabbit

    j2681j268121 órája
  • You've 3D printed a tool squatty potty

    KJS UDKJS UD21 órája
  • This came out while i was in the hospital for a stroke and was the only thing i looked forward to watching when i finally got home

    BrumockBrumock22 órája
  • LotR special: Cooking with Aragorn.

    HipNerdHipNerd23 órája
  • What Joe Don Baker movie did the threatening music come from?

    Jay StrawJay Straw23 órája
  • Allow me to play Captain Obvious and ask, how can Argon fully replace the air if there is only a single inlet? Seems to me that if you want to get the air out to replace with Argon then there'd need to be some sort of exit hole. Perhaps the Argon simple mixes with the Air thereby decreasing the Air's ability to destroy, or gunk up, the part. Maybe you might need to apply the Argon, along with the part, the night before and allow the Argon to completely absorb or mix with the Air; then the next day heat up the Part... Clearly I am clueless and stating the obvious but am curious to know... Cheers...

    Paul BialozorPaul Bialozor23 órája
  • I actually jumped a little when the flu cutter exploded. Ya got me

    Just some GuyJust some Guy23 órája
  • My wife is very disappointed that she was shortchanged a minute of bunny.

    Echo_HotelEcho_Hotel23 órája
  • 1mm nozzle? I use one, but watch out that your hotend can keep up. If it isn't powerful enough to melt plastic at that flowrate, you will get voids and all sorts of strange issues, forcing you to slow the print speed down. At that point, you might as well use a smaller nozzle, as they have better resolution and drip less.

    EV RanchEV RanchNapja
  • Try putting your part in a stainless foil bag when go to the quench from the oven It won’t get oxidation on it We did that with small batches of parts at GE aircraft engine group I worked in heat treat We also use vacuum furnaces Purged with hydrogen I wouldn’t suggest trying that lol Or you’ll have a real explosion 💥😂😂😂😂😃

    Steeltree - fabricating and customsSteeltree - fabricating and customsNapja
  • Any good rabbit recipes out there? MMMMmmmm.

    Terry LawrenceTerry LawrenceNapja
  • Hey Tony.... weird things going on.... I have been subscribed to you channel for a long time (or just this side of forever) and I just went looking for you... and I found that my subscription was gone.... I wonder who or what unsubscribed me??? weird... the reason that I wanted to contact you was because of Steve Summers (another HUworld creator)... I believe he needs one of those special dust Pans that you just recently created... he is using a flat piece of metal to sweep his shop.... (I would send you a picture... but HUworld doesn't work like that)... well happy new year

    Theodore KillmeyerTheodore KillmeyerNapja
  • See you discovered that good quality stainless steel is SERIOUSLY HARD to drill through!!

    Bill WoehlBill WoehlNapja
  • Like the rabbit trick!

    Jim ArcadipaneJim ArcadipaneNapja
  • you can print min 1mm width with a 0.4mm nozzle. I do this all the time, even 0.5mm layer hight is no problem

    Max GMax GNapja
  • 16:50 crap, you scared me

    MarioMarioNapja
  • You had that rabbit up there the hole time ?

    Baptiste MBaptiste MNapja
    • since day 1

      This Old TonyThis Old TonyNapja
  • That Noga pen attachment is obviously a deburring tool (and takes standard Noga replacement tips). Welding tip: Since you'd only be doing this if you already have argon for TIG, you can buy a Western CGA 580 tee and another flowmeter to use for weldment purging then use fittings of choice to connect green hose (your local welding supply sells it cut to length) to your oven. Make the hose with standard fittings and make it long (hose is cheap). That lets you not only connect easily to your oven, but place your argon cylinder anywhere you like instead of wheeling around on your welder. It's much more convenient to have cylinders chained to the wall or on their own cylinder cart.

    Ob FuscatedOb FuscatedNapja
  • Hey Tony, quick note on 3D printer nozzle size: the v6 nozzle will start to hit some material flow limitations around 8mm and give you poor results (both print quality and print time) as you increase nozzle size. So if you really want to print at 1 mm+ nozzle sizes, examine upgrading your hot end (ex, e3's volcano, supervolcano are compatible with the v6 mounting via the heatsink) but you will sacrifice z-height. huge fan, love your videos!

    Josh RoblesJosh RoblesNapja
  • Those last two minutes reminded me of a game I played a long time ago called Doom.

    EaglebirdEaglebirdNapja
  • I actually flinched when that fly cutter went off!

    kcraig51kcraig51Napja
  • That is a very chill rabbit.

    Pete RidesPete RidesNapja
  • The best bit was the rabbit - Sorry ToT ! (j/K) Seriously though, does the rabbit have a channel ?

    d1v1s1onby0d1v1s1onby0Napja
  • You sound exactly like Ray Romano.

    PushyPawnPushyPawnNapja
  • Do a video about 3D filament materials.

    Jacob SmithJacob SmithNapja
  • I don't wish to alarm you, but based upon the score that rabbit is definitely up to something.

    Edward StradingerEdward StradingerNapja
  • Omg, I jumped back when you ran your finger across that hot steel! OUCH!

    SteveSteveNapja
  • Mele mele a nic

    Ejdam 30%Ejdam 30%Napja
  • Damn, dot matrix sounds...am I old?

    Akira SAkira SNapja
  • Hell yeah mississippi!

    Pyro159Pyro159Napja
  • 18:36 The best moment of that video... Yummy!

    Romain BERGERRomain BERGERNapja
  • Given where you got that rabbit from, I'm surprised it regained its sense of smell so quickly.

    weshoweweshoweNapja
  • hi Tony, How do i go about reaching out to you?

    Rc AdventuresRc AdventuresNapja
  • TONY I need to get ahold of you. I could really use your help

    Bo JangleBo Jangle2 napja
  • That was no rabbit, that my friend was a bunny, and the music was borderline eerie at best. What are you trying to pull here Tony, we used to could trust you, what gives?

    Mike PettengillMike Pettengill2 napja
  • Reminds me of the rabbit on Monte pythons 🎥, get-ith the holy grenade 🤣

    Raymond MucklowRaymond Mucklow2 napja
  • Well now I have Stop Drop N Roll stuck in my head for the day...

    Karl BakerKarl Baker2 napja
  • Thank you for the rabbit eating, that was excellent. Be interesting to see if sitting the oven on its end so the door is at the top makes any difference, it would stop the argon spilling out any gap in the door.

    chrischris2 napja
  • Argon, the rabbit of Caerbannog!

    Romedius WeissRomedius Weiss2 napja
  • Does this mean we have to subscribe to the new channel "This Young Bunny"?

    Morgan JMorgan J2 napja
  • But don't. That's where the argon is

    Niall DunneNiall Dunne2 napja
  • My first good belly laugh of the year. Sad, isn't it?

    Otis MamedOtis Mamed2 napja
  • Also, that casted square will need to be milled, like so. huworld.info/flow/vide/kpCh25-zZNeZqow

    RazsterRazster2 napja
  • When you showed the blue pen and that black tool with a curved end, that is used to remove burs from pipes. See this clip from Essential Craftsman: huworld.info/flow/vide/x3prmY-kq5S1h4Q

    RazsterRazster2 napja
  • I think you have your matrix printer out of adjustment, it is printing those weird 3d objects

    Benjamin BergerBenjamin Berger2 napja
  • love the 'shop bunny'

    Jenifer BrockJenifer Brock2 napja
  • Wrapping parts in stainless steel foil for the hardening and quench will keep the scale away. The parts don't even turn black.

    sehhi vootysehhi vooty2 napja
  • 18:49 it's like a drunk person trying to find the straw in their drink!

    Andrew WallsAndrew Walls2 napja
  • 13:48 "hold on, I should probably use some pliers" ToT 2o21 Lmao

    ke6gwf - Ben Blackburnke6gwf - Ben Blackburn2 napja
  • well, that’s what i needed, some new ToT to start the new year!

    polyhexamethylpolyhexamethyl2 napja
    • Sorry Tony, I get much better results with stainless tool wrap.

      sehhi vootysehhi vooty2 napja
  • I jumped at the explosion...

    LukeTheJokerLukeTheJoker2 napja
  • and here i was cooking with fire like an idiot caveman

    The Green TeabaggerThe Green Teabagger2 napja
  • Is that a Leatherface reference?!

    M CM C2 napja
  • Lesson learned from this video: It is better to eat your grass than to smoke it. Rabbits don't lie, unless it's a white one that belongs to Grace Slick. 2: You used to do a lot more machining. You should do a lot more machining. C: No one cares that you have cutesy dials on YA HO to make the axis(es) do tricks. That is what white rabbits are for. 4: Do more machining. You used to do more machining. You should do more machining. A lot more. In the next vid, (if you do another one). Don't let us down, Buggs. White rabbits only go so far, ya know...

    dcw56dcw562 napja
  • 1mm nozzles exist, but my printer doesn't have the oof to feed and melt plastic that quickly. Does your printer feed 1.75mm or 3mm filament?

    Elizabeth GreeneElizabeth Greene2 napja
  • Those must be pretty big flies in your workshop...

    DukeOfEarle88DukeOfEarle882 napja
  • isn't nitrogen cheaper than Argon? Although you probably don't have a can sitting around waiting. But it makes you think. There is always more room for extra heavy high pressure explosives

    Glen McGillivrayGlen McGillivray2 napja
  • Rabbit porn? 18:34

    RobertRobert2 napja
  • More reasonable request: more punk references

    Christopher WChristopher W2 napja
  • any thought put into just buffing the scale and oiling it up like you blued finish?

    Kyle TeodeckiKyle Teodecki2 napja
  • Nice chip!

    Bryan HawkBryan Hawk2 napja
  • I, Rabbit, Destroyer of Tony's Fingernails...

    Cur MCur M2 napja
  • Next time you have to drill stainless steel use a drop of woodworking glue or white glue on the metal and in a few seconds in will go right through, the drill bit will be trash but you will have a nice hole you didn't have to swear at.

    S ZsenyukS Zsenyuk3 napja
  • Well the last couple of minutes was pretty entertaining.

    Matt TurnerMatt Turner3 napja
  • Sorry Tony, I get much better results with stainless tool wrap.

    nelson knelson k3 napja
  • More rabbit appearances please! :D

    Alex WangAlex Wang3 napja
  • The furnace -does it smell of religion and Vaux's beer?

    Graeme BartonGraeme Barton3 napja
  • Now get some stainless steel heat treatment foil. Wrap it in newspaper, then the foil, then go into your heat treat furnace.

    Tim BarstowTim Barstow3 napja
  • You twat !!! lol i really jumped with that explosion bit.

    theDaftmantheDaftman3 napja
  • its a deburring tool

    John SmithJohn Smith3 napja
  • I think you should check the tram on your mill for a better flycutter finish.

    Mike SmithMike Smith3 napja
  • We are your followers from the Arab world, please activate the translation in Arabic. Thank you🌹

    حسن العطوانيحسن العطواني3 napja
  • Fly cutters? They must be some black belt flies? That's ninja rabbit

    David EasonDavid Eason3 napja
  • is 1750 °F a little high ? 1711,3 °F is wat we use for Harding gear wheels.

    Allan HøjAllan Høj3 napja
    • We don't use argon however we use a mix of Methanol, Nitrogen, gas and sometimes Ammonia to keep oxygen out. Ammonia doesn't smell good 😒

      Allan HøjAllan Høj2 napja
  • Yes , your drills are not that exiting .

    Serge VereeckeSerge Vereecke3 napja
  • I swear to god, the music at the end is an edited version of a song from Voodoo Vince on the original xbox

    UnappraisedGamingUnappraisedGaming3 napja
  • First video of your channel that i watch, i liked it, nice

    NCSRNCSR3 napja
  • 1mm nozzles rule!

    AJ WilcoxAJ Wilcox3 napja
  • One of the problems with your setup is that you are relying on argon purging to remove all your air. Although purging will reduce your O2 content, it will not completely deplete it due to diffusion of O2. What you need is to turn your oven into a DIY-vacuum oven with a purge line - this way you can evacuate the chamber, then back fill it with inert gas (eg. Argon), then pull a vacuum and backfill - ideally you should do this vacuum-backfill cycle at least 3 times to get a very pure inert environment. Do this prior to heating - oxidation occurs very rapidly at high temperatures so don't insert or remove your tools from the oven at high temp or you will expose them to O2. You will need to drill and tap two more holes for a vacuum line and a pressure gauge. You will also need to install in-line valves on both the vacuum line and purge line so that you can shut them off independently during each processing step (vacuum or backfill). I don't remember if your oven has an air tight seal or not - you may need to install an O-ring or a flat gasket around the door. That way air will not seep into your oven when you are pulling a vacuum (also since your oven is small, you do not need a large pump to get to a decent vacuum). Once you turn you oven into a DIY vacuum-oven, your results will improve substantially. Good luck

    Jassem AbdallahJassem Abdallah3 napja
  • 👍🏼

    Max HammontreeMax Hammontree3 napja
  • I can’t find the subscribe 180 anywhere online...

    Max HammontreeMax Hammontree3 napja
  • You should always cut against the fast jaw. Most rigid set up possible.

    Rock CrusherRock Crusher3 napja
  • The flywheel cutter explosion scared the rabbit out of me...

    David OberleDavid Oberle3 napja
    • mine to but it wasnt expecting my pants to still be on!

      DmbWorksDmbWorks17 órája
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