Stuff Made Here

Stuff Made Here Stuff Made Here

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I build all kinds of things and hopefully share them in an entertaining way. A lot of my builds are fabrication projects but I also write software, make electronics, and more.

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  • I start looking at my career as an engineer and I'm like... I'm starting to really know my stuff... Then I look at your videos and realized that I'm just a huge idiot and I'm totally OK with it! These are amazing man!

  • This guy is amazing.. but surely his talent could be put to better use..

  • I was rather surprised that you never used any compressible gasket material between parts at any point.

  • This is amazing, such a cool invention

  • "I want the robot to have control" famous last words

  • Excellent execution.

  • what an app is this which he use on the ipad?

  • So did he sent it eventualy?

  • Never heard of you before and have no interest in mechanical engineering but the algorithm gave this to me so I had to watch it.

  • Hey. I just want to say that you’re the reason I started exploring more fabrication and tech builds, why I’m typing this in my first ever apple product (iPad Air 4 256gb with gen2 pencil! You made it look so amazing I had to get one!) and why I’m ordering a glowforge soon! (If you do a sponsorship, I’ll happily use your link or whatever.) You still make most of this look like wizardry, but you’ve boosted my excitement for nonsense builds a million fold! I’ve been doing small scale builds, crafting, leather and basic 3D printing, but I plan to get into much more engineering. I have cancer and started crafting as a necessity to help support myself and my mother, but you’ve helped me see how ridiculous and fun it can be. Thank you!

  • Golf driver next please

  • thumbnail: 100 dollars if you miss me: my goals are beyond your understanding

  • Totally genius

  • Anyone know if he did send this finally to lockpickinglawyer?

  • The most useless yet fun video

  • *********HELP*HELP*HELP************* If anyone knows any of the songs included in this videio please help me by replying with the title of the song

  • Play Russian billiard (pyramid). It will be crucial!

  • One thing I like to do when starting a new project is test its limits. Ive broken so many things

  • Wife could have a partner channel called Shade Thrown Here.

  • 14:58 just made my day 🤣

  • Googled degloved... Should not have done it

  • Fallout Super Sledge.

  • "I wanted to play a game of poll the way it is meant to be played" Said a man who made a whole frickin robot just to play poll, Amazing work bro !

  • Wonderful proof for what mathematics is important for in engineering and every day live

  • Saber Pistol From Final Fantasy VIII version Pre-Alpha

  • Was He made the video yet?

  • Russell Ackoff coined a term “Omni-Competence” that describes this guy perfectly. If you understand everything, there is nothing you can’t do. I think “Renaissance Nerd” also applies, and I’m using the word nerd in the most affectionate manner possible. This man is my hero.

  • "You know what? Math is useless..." Lololol

  • Are u superhuman? Just amazing how you built all those things from scratch... You remind me of Sheldon Cooper man...

  • You should play against a real Pool Pro

  • It feels like a bat from Fallout

  • lol he copied the idea from “I did a thing”

  • please send your unpickable lock to the lock picking lawyer

  • call the lock picking layer

  • BSP. Break the outer material into convex polyhedra, enumerate the planes of the faces of each resulting polyhedron as potential cuts.

  • your wife has a GENIOUS in her house and she still behaves like she is the prom queen and you are just a "nerd" ... but she is the opposite of the prom queen in looks 100% AND in personality, its like melt jelly, she doesn't know how to even appreciate and need to humiliate you on the camera even when you are 10000% times smarter than her? like wtf, a good job would be a "normal person" would tell at the end ...not "this"...

  • How. Just how do you know all this stuff!!!

  • "I think this is a good proof of concept"

  • Made my day. Was thinking a time of flight camera could’ve made this a bit easier.

  • Did you send it?

  • Lockpicking lawyer gotta try this

  • Ah the casey

  • Call the lock picking lawyer

  • I feel people like this will be our masters in the future.

  • the stick has two parts, the long one that you hold and the tip is Efren Bata Reyes

  • A Collab with Mark Rober would be the BEST THING I WOULD EVER WANT TO SEE ON USdos. Agree?

  • I just want a writing machine that knows my handwriting to complete assignments

  • Elon musk is better

  • For those wondering, at 14:30 that's the exquisite "Dance 'till your dead || 10 hours " by Nemesis, not the more mainstream "Dance till you're dead 10 hours" w 52m views.

  • And I'm here copies program of find area of circle and also got error

  • Real genius.. subbed and used the link as instructed 😊

  • 6:23

  • You are one of the best content creators that the Internet has ever seen! I admire your genius, your dedication, and passion!🔥

  • Add gas vents just tiny bois so it vents out some of the gas but not all of it

  • i hate kiwi co

  • Now it just needs *N E U R A L N E T W O R K S*

  • is it just me or does this guy look like Pete Davidson?

    • only if pete davidson had this dark humor and 5 new brains to compensate for his IQ

  • dedication to this bro!! hats off

  • The lock picking lawyer, hold my beer

  • There is a relatively easy way how to calculate the gradient ascent, even if you have multiple maximum points. Start scanning a linear line, let's say along the length of the object starting near the edge, and record the heights. repeat that with a rough distance, let's say 6-7 mm scanning another line parallel to the first one and recording the heights again. Do it until the object is roughly scanned, which should be a couple of lines, and should happen quickly. Repeat the same on the perpendicular direction along the width of the object, again a couple of parallel lines. Once finished, you have obtained a rough heights matrix. Let's assume that you've discovered that this height matrix includes 3 maxima (maximum points) All you have to do now is get the height sensor to do the standard algorithm of gradient ascent you used before and start with the nearest point next to each maxima and repeat that 3 times (once for each maxima). Once done, you compare the 3 heights you've got and take the highest one, which is your point. In order to avoid mistakes, when deciding on how many maximum points the algorithm should check after the initial scan, just make a condition that the difference between maximum heights should be higher or equal to the distance between the linear lines you measured initially. That way, you reduce the to-be-measured points into minimum number possible. Good Luck Lemogan

  • 0:25 ‘they work no hours for no pay’ Wait isn’t that just slavery?

  • new 8bp cue looking cool

  • Any updates on lpl vid?

  • 1:08 so, the basic idea is attaching a custom chainsaw to the end of a robotic arm. Please, no.

  • So when is this gonna be sent to the lock picking lawyer?

  • Permutations not combinations

  • Amazing work! I can tell this took a lot of mental work!

  • I love the myth busters vibe, really nostalgic

  • Efren Reyes would give this cue a run for it’s money

  • The robot wielding the pool stick to be a complete pool player ai

  • I can’t do a single thing shown in this video

  • Make a clock that goes fast/slow or other crazy things, when no one is looking at it.

  • 3:04 man put a trap on his wife

  • What do you think would happen if you hit someone on the side of the head with that

  • Send it to the youtuber lockpicking lawyer if he can't pick it quickly it'll mean ALOT

  • 7:17 made me laugh

  • 博士后

  • A chainsaw file and oil go a long way! Depending on how hard the wood is (it appears to be pine, so probably not too hard), you'll need to sharpen the teeth fairly frequently. Speaking of oil, was the feed blocked?

    • Also, beef up the motor on the saw, that should help heaps!

  • But thats awkward, as he pulls a cable over

  • 自然の木は切ってるうちにゆがんできますからね。歯を咥えてしまったりいろいろ難しいことがあるとおもいますけど、面白い発想を形にすることは素晴らしいことと思います。