Metal Spinning Copper Lamp Shade

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  • Johan Cubillos
    Johan Cubillos 6 months ago +1

    great work!!, what is the thickness you are using?

  • Miguel Torres
    Miguel Torres 9 months ago

    You going to waste all the grease in one part hehe

  • Jonny Bravo
    Jonny Bravo 11 months ago

    These sounds just opened another dimension in my room so I'll like this video from that one

  • Richard Foley
    Richard Foley Year ago

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  • Mads Danielsen
    Mads Danielsen Year ago

    Nice video. Could you pls put on a video of something else spinning?

  • CHETAK ELECTRIC
    CHETAK ELECTRIC Year ago

    i m salman from india my working manufacturing motrised spinning lathe machine my company name chetak electric works (india) my registered brand name labour master ,,, mail id ,,,, chetak.electricmbd@gmail.com

  • Arjun Rasaily
    Arjun Rasaily Year ago +1

    Sir I want to buy that hand tools which you are using by your hand. So how to buy? Please help me

  • Saurabh Malviya
    Saurabh Malviya Year ago

    Sir which type of material you used

  • scottabrandeberry
    scottabrandeberry 2 years ago

    Why did you not use a stabilizing curl (roller break) on the edge of the blank?

  • John Doe
    John Doe 3 years ago

    cool :)

  • Robin Hardy
    Robin Hardy 3 years ago +6

    Please put camera where I can see what he is doing.Thanks

  • August Heckmann
    August Heckmann 3 years ago +1

    Strange Sounds. Like an Alien Movie :O

  • kurt1618
    kurt1618 3 years ago

    Where can I buy one? And how much?

    • This Old Machinist
      This Old Machinist Year ago

      Warehouse lights $39.99.

    • This Old Machinist
      This Old Machinist Year ago

      amazon has similar lamp shades painted color on outside, white inside.
      search;
      factory barn lights.
      All you need is a plug.
      Cost around 30$
      k

    • Patrick Yung
      Patrick Yung  3 years ago +4

      Hi Kurt, I make and sell these. They are around $300 NZD each without fittings or wiring or bulbs. Freight and duty are extra as I make these in New Zealand.

    • kurt1618
      kurt1618 3 years ago

      Thanks I tried nothing comes up that makes sense cost wise. I will try a manufacturer in the U.S.
      Thanks again

    • bbcisrubbish
      bbcisrubbish 3 years ago +1

      Sorry, I don't. May I suggest going to Google and inserting "copper lamp shades" followed by the country you live in?