Rotating Bench Grinder Stand from an Old Wheel Bearing

This week I’m building a Rotating Tool Stand from some scrapyard finds including an old wheel bearing and a truck flywheel.

Big thanks to Scheppach for sponsoring this week’s video! Visit their site for more information on the tools I used at https://www.scheppach.com/

Shop Tools I used (affiliate):

Scheppach 20ProS Drill: https://amzn.to/3kmIBjz
Scheppach Bench Grinder: https://amzn.to/31DR9KU
Scheppach Strip Sander: https://amzn.to/31ESxgD
Scheppach 20ProS Angle grinder: https://amzn.to/3gPReQN
Scheppach Metal cutting Bandsaw: https://amzn.to/3jvIbpU

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Simple Kindling Splitter from Scrap Materials / Beginner Welding Project

Splitting firewood can be dangerous sometimes because your hands are close to the blade especially in the winter when you’re using gloves or even when dealing with hard logs.

To make my life easier I made this kindling splitter from scrap materials I had leftover from other projects and some salvaged fence parts. the diameter of the rings is 20cm so you could use it also for splitting smaller logs.

This simple project requires just a welder and an angle grinder it is also ideal for someone who wants to practice welding because of the variety of welds.
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