MAKING THE INDUSTRIAL STEELE BED!!!

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  • Robert Haas
    Robert Haas Day ago

    What do you need a metal bed for? Prison sex. 😄

  • J Tapia
    J Tapia Day ago

    Im great on 5 hours, anymore makes me feel tired.. also thats gonna suck when you hit your knee or toe. Lol

  • W N
    W N 2 days ago

    With that bed, Alec is ready for two tons of fun. We got some incredible fatties in America. Visit Texas!

  • David Lacatus
    David Lacatus 2 days ago +1

    Bump into that and n school for you for a month

  • Carlos Rodríguez
    Carlos Rodríguez 3 days ago

    Tell us about the hits on U're leg or knees, with U're awesome bed 😉😂

  • Erus
    Erus 3 days ago

    5.20 why are there alarms going off in the backgrund

  • Tomisaburo R. Mizugawa

    What? No leaf springs for bed slats?

  • Moses Zero
    Moses Zero 4 days ago

    I dub the "The Crippler"

  • Drone Days
    Drone Days 4 days ago

    I would use a grinder to round off those corners, otherwise you will tear chucks out of your legs in the middle of the night.

  • Danel
    Danel 5 days ago

    srry but hate that new stuff camera is shaking all the time it's not pleasing for the eye liked old format better

  • ZoeBios121
    ZoeBios121 5 days ago

    Take a look at bike frames. You're lacking triangulation is why you're still having to deal with lack of stiffness despite way overbuilding.

  • Simon Artymowycz
    Simon Artymowycz 5 days ago

    first thing i could think of is the cold you'd feel rolling your body onto the edge.

  • NON-POLAR PAUL
    NON-POLAR PAUL 5 days ago

    they call him "The Power Hammer" he actually had to have the foundation under his bedroom re poured to 6" as well. LOL

  • NON-POLAR PAUL
    NON-POLAR PAUL 5 days ago

    Thank god Jason was here.... LOL

  • ElMeanBean
    ElMeanBean 6 days ago

    Woulda been cooler with a headboard lol kidding

  • meru0796
    meru0796 6 days ago

    Lol init I saw the final result and thought those edges are a leg breaker mate

  • THE APRIL FOOL 1983
    THE APRIL FOOL 1983 7 days ago

    Thought I'd take the time to catch up on a lot of episodes of missed

  • FeedPie
    FeedPie 7 days ago

    your going to break your shins

  • TheRAANman FromBacup

    It’s a I beam

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 5 days ago

      W-beam stands for Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • raptor 12
    raptor 12 8 days ago

    Shin killer bed

  • ralph crosby
    ralph crosby 8 days ago

    I know you have to pay the bills, i sure enjoyed your videos more without the endorsements. Need to see more glowing steel and here more hammering

  • MrShadyMann
    MrShadyMann 8 days ago

    I thought you were English, why are you driving automatic??

  • Sonic Praa
    Sonic Praa 9 days ago +1

    I would of shaved those corners. Ouch!

  • Moira Stanish
    Moira Stanish 9 days ago

    Were in Montana do you live Iive in bozman montana

  • HAMR CATTLE MAN 695
    HAMR CATTLE MAN 695 9 days ago

    Alec, where have you moved to in the wonderful state of Montana? I am in the Billings area, in the summer I live with my mom in Helena. Just wondering what part of the state you were in.

  • dave matthews
    dave matthews 9 days ago

    This just looks like life on a quarry lol

  • Elliot O'Toole
    Elliot O'Toole 9 days ago

    Why u call it W beam? In engineering we call them I beams

  • Elfearion80
    Elfearion80 9 days ago

    W beams? I've always called the I beams....which is what it looks like

  • James Horrocks
    James Horrocks 9 days ago

    That looks like a shin buster.

  • Devan Elkins
    Devan Elkins 10 days ago

    Imagine all the slumber parties you can have on that thing. Jeebus.

  • Christopher Morrison
    Christopher Morrison 10 days ago

    Is that not an I (capital “i”) beam?

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 5 days ago

      +Christopher Morrison W-beam stands for Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

    • Christopher Morrison
      Christopher Morrison 10 days ago

      If not, what’s the diff between i & w beams? And are they standard around the world?

  • Brian O'Sullivan
    Brian O'Sullivan 11 days ago

    Props for setting up shop in the US. Should have come to Chicago tho brotha. We’d do right for you here.

  • Justindobb1984
    Justindobb1984 11 days ago

    Is it just me, or did you not let us know you got your truck back????

  • John Kennelly
    John Kennelly 11 days ago

    A good Work Bed is key!!!

  • Raafee Khan
    Raafee Khan 11 days ago

    That is an orgee strength level bed

  • Mr_Scruffles_YT Minecraft

    5:20-5:26 air raid siren went off? 😯😰

  • welcometothejg :D
    welcometothejg :D 12 days ago

    Industrial bed but not stick welded :C

  • D Ball
    D Ball 12 days ago +1

    Aren't those called I beams??

  • Clayton Hartin
    Clayton Hartin 12 days ago

    Hate to stub your toe hahaha

  • Andrew Hurwitz
    Andrew Hurwitz 12 days ago

    Alec invest in shin guards and steel toe sippers. Consider a chain mail bed blanket.

  • David Jones
    David Jones 12 days ago

    I really hope your bedroom floor is on ground level or you may have to reinforce the flooring for the weight of the bed, u don't want to fall through the ceiling.

  • Petrxs
    Petrxs 12 days ago

    You should've made the corners round, so if you bump in you dont have to be in a wheel chair in a couple of months :D

  • Abatu Kensei
    Abatu Kensei 12 days ago

    I take it you have never kicked or shinned your bed before.
    Well i think you'll only do it once, and never forget.

  • the Visual smith
    the Visual smith 13 days ago

    but...why do you call it 'W-beam'?
    edit: ooooohh ok, it supposed to say 'double-U beam' now it's starting to make sense
    just call it H-beam or I-beam instead..
    edit: nevermind that 'double-u' nonsense..

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 5 days ago

      +the Visual smith to be honest neither had I until i researched it after watching this video and seeing all the comments regarding the beam

    • the Visual smith
      the Visual smith 5 days ago

      +Timothy S. Oh, all right then, just googled it and found out, this is actually a thing in the states. I can pretty certainly assume, this is not common here in germany. That's also why I've never heard of it before

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 5 days ago

      W-beam stands for Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • fastjames 98
    fastjames 98 13 days ago

    Stub your toe on that bed and you will be going to the hospital with a broken toe

  • zack joseph
    zack joseph 13 days ago

    Wouldve been cheaper to buy a bedframe.

  • picsart KING'S
    picsart KING'S 14 days ago +1

    15:34 if that was my bed frame my foot
    Will be gone in just two day hahahaha why you leave it like that alec now im scared for you

  • Ben Derisgreat
    Ben Derisgreat 14 days ago

    That thing is going to squeek like crazy

  • Mark O'Connell
    Mark O'Connell 14 days ago

    To keep our interest till the very end always income some B roll after your sponsor announcement.

  • Mark O'Connell
    Mark O'Connell 14 days ago

    Put some LED lighting under it. Then it will look like magic is holding it up.

  • Barry Snelling
    Barry Snelling 14 days ago

    Why do you call it a w beam all us in the UK know it as a I beam

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 13 days ago

      W-beam stands for Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • XiniK -
    XiniK - 15 days ago

    That's awesome, no more stubbing your toes on the bottom of the bed!

  • Eddy
    Eddy 15 days ago

    Love your work and videos but if your not extremely careful the comments about your shins come true. Be safe and stay awesome.

  • Jared Coffin
    Jared Coffin 16 days ago

    I smack my ankles and shins on my box spring and it will make a man cry. Imagine the pain that will cause... I cry thinking about it

  • Nox665
    Nox665 16 days ago

    0:22 A super heavy duty.... bed. Mmm, makes me wonder :D

  • King Scuba
    King Scuba 16 days ago

    never heard an i beam called a double u beam.

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 15 days ago

      W-beam as in Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • Ziva David
    Ziva David 16 days ago

    Looking forward to seeing Alec with dented shins from the nasty corners of that frame

  • Jk Krubicon
    Jk Krubicon 17 days ago

    Have to add some underglow led lights so you don’t bust your shins,lol but the bed is awesome

  • Jk Krubicon
    Jk Krubicon 17 days ago

    It’s an I beam or an h beam bit it does have a web, as an iron worker I’ve never heard of a w beam, of course it’s been a few years🤪

  • ⦕ᖇᗰ⦖Ultra Instinct

    Can you imagine stubbing your toes on that OMG. Instead of it just hurting you will be BLEEEEEEEEEADING!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • SilverGold&TexasLead
    SilverGold&TexasLead 18 days ago

    Thats "I" Beams not "w" beams

  • Brad Mundie's
    Brad Mundie's 19 days ago

    These comments about broken shins and fat girl friends are amazing. I laughed so hard.

  • Justin Giannino
    Justin Giannino 20 days ago

    Jason is a heaven sent angel for this channel

  • Neo Baggins
    Neo Baggins 20 days ago

    You probably have already discovered this, but from my experience, foam mattresses are insanely floppy, and need either a special box spring, or a slab underneath to provide support that the slats lack. Otherwise you'll wake up with a wavy spine. Or so I have been led to believe. My mattress is still flat on the floor, waiting for me to design and build a frame for it...

  • BananaHopper
    BananaHopper 21 day ago

    Did you steal the steel to make the Steele Bed?

  • T. Bunker
    T. Bunker 21 day ago

    Bozeman's a college town, 15,000 undergraduates and several thousand graduate students...

  • jeeper219 tj
    jeeper219 tj 21 day ago

    Hey man I love your work if you want a flag from Colorado for the new work shop let me know!!!

  • нαкυ Valadéz
    нαкυ Valadéz 22 days ago +1

    Yea unfortunately Casper mattresses have highly cancerous materials in them. That’s why my family doesn’t buy them

  • ddude1595
    ddude1595 22 days ago

    I actually work for a building manufacturer over in Minnesota! Maybe he's heard of our company! Legacy Building Solutions!

  • Tense Cat
    Tense Cat 22 days ago

    Where you’re fam man

  • Josh Foulkes
    Josh Foulkes 22 days ago +1

    I can get money back on the mattress but not my shins? Wtf type of service is this

  • Mase Mason
    Mase Mason 22 days ago

    I was going to mention shin guards but I've been beaten to it, be sure to show your first bruises.

  • Mizuki Shiba
    Mizuki Shiba 23 days ago

    How are you guys doing against the peggies?

  • Arron Jones
    Arron Jones 23 days ago

    Why is it called a W beam when its shaped like an I?🤔

    • Arron Jones
      Arron Jones 21 day ago

      🙏

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 21 day ago

      W-beam stands for Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • Lukas Bendiksen
    Lukas Bendiksen 23 days ago

    You should get yourself a sandblaster and turn half of the grinding room into a huge sandblaster room with a big door into it so you can sandblast projects to give a good finish to large projects like this! :)

  • Chloe Hennessy
    Chloe Hennessy 23 days ago

    I guess when you date a blacksmith he really does try to knock the bottom of the bed out.

  • mason Wright
    mason Wright 24 days ago

    You truly are a gifted young man im 13 and planning to make a knife from a large bolt by forging can u give some tips?

  • Eric Hinterman
    Eric Hinterman 24 days ago

    How does Alec fund this shop? The machinery and materials must cost tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
    Love the videos and the channel, just curious.

  • desmond
    desmond 24 days ago

    loyalty comments :)

  • jt marshall
    jt marshall 24 days ago

    Damn.. guess you dont have to worry about a big girl breaking your bed, only you lol...
    Unstoppable force + an unmovable object = squashed alec lol..

  • XAS 47
    XAS 47 24 days ago

    Air mattresses the best way to make you feel like you slept on a rock

  • Fire Fox
    Fire Fox 24 days ago

    Helpful person next door: hi do you need a hand with that?
    Alex: no! it’s ok a have a pair of forklifts coming in a few minutes.
    O.o

  • Houssem Bensafi
    Houssem Bensafi 24 days ago

    Man the amount of thing that went wrong in the past few episodes phew man, good luck man. Let's hope the rest of it end up being smooth.

  • souldragon121
    souldragon121 24 days ago

    anyone one elses shin/knees hurt just looking at that thing....love the "floating" look though haha

  • Keanu Innis
    Keanu Innis 25 days ago

    5:14 why you got air raid sirens going?

  • tiny
    tiny 25 days ago

    it needs tie-down points
    dont question why

  • Ryan Engle
    Ryan Engle 25 days ago

    Nice bed frame...R.I.P. Your shins

  • Caden Walsworth
    Caden Walsworth 25 days ago

    Bout to make a comment on shins but got beat

  • HardCity RainDrops
    HardCity RainDrops 25 days ago

    Wait till you rock your shin off that frame one night taking a leak lol

  • Ross Turner
    Ross Turner 25 days ago

    For the love of god its called an i beam

    • Ross Turner
      Ross Turner 23 days ago

      +Timothy S. oooooh, today i learned. I stand corrected

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 23 days ago

      W-beam as in Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall. So there is a difference

  • David Guy
    David Guy 25 days ago

    I’d round those corners off before you cut your shin!

  • Doc_Hawk
    Doc_Hawk 25 days ago

    My dude you need some furniture

  • Andri Ardiana
    Andri Ardiana 26 days ago

    Next video alecc,making a GOLOK from indonesia traditional sharp weapon..
    Please....
    Terima kasih alecc

  • Minifodda Gaming
    Minifodda Gaming 26 days ago

    penetration ;)

  • Neil Tonks
    Neil Tonks 27 days ago

    I'm sure it's already been covered, but surely they are I beams. Hence the shape is an I. Please someone why they are not.

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 23 days ago

      W-beam is a Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • patrick pitz
    patrick pitz 27 days ago

    where do they call them W beams? aren't they I beams due to the obvious similarity?

    • patrick pitz
      patrick pitz 23 days ago

      +Timothy S. I wont remember any of that, but thank you for the clarification that they are separate things.

    • Timothy S.
      Timothy S. 23 days ago

      W-beam as in Wide flange beam, An I-beam has tapered flanges with a narrower flange than most wide flange beams, making it a lighter building material. A wide flange beam, with wider flanges and web than the I-beam, can handle more weight, but this makes it heavier overall

  • Sandro Schoeberl
    Sandro Schoeberl 27 days ago

    Nice work! I want that one too :D

  • FrozenFL
    FrozenFL 27 days ago

    Just don't wack your shin on the frame when climbing into bed...

  • Iowahorse
    Iowahorse 27 days ago

    Hope you have adamantium shins... Good luck.

  • Barry Smith
    Barry Smith 27 days ago

    How to turn your bed into a bomb shelter! Talk about overkill.