Adam Savage's Live Builds: Real-Time Box Build!

5.02.2021
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Adam recently acquired a Haimer gauge (fiworld.info/goon/pG2lupLI0YqEra8/videot.html) for his milling machine, which, unlike most machine tools, came to him boxless. Wanting to store the gauge with its collet in an easy-to-access and secure way, Adam knocks out a custom hinged box before diving into the rest of his Jan. 26 live stream!
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Kommentteja
  • In case you missed Adam's tool tip about his new Haimer 3D Edge Finder, it's here: fiworld.info/goon/pJ-2mZq1nXakY3A/videot.html

    Adam Savage’s TestedAdam Savage’s Tested29 päivää sitten
    • Adam . Am from Egypt and i started following you since you where in discovery channel .. Perhaps 15 years or more .. i adore your work and was searching for you .. Finally got you man .. 💪💪💪💪

      عبدالله فلوج Abdallah Vlogعبدالله فلوج Abdallah Vlog21 päivä sitten
    • Adam at his finest, building boxes again. :)

      Anthony NeelandsAnthony Neelands28 päivää sitten
    • I like how you kinda just guess-mathed everything and still got it right in the end for measurements

      mfries121mfries12128 päivää sitten
    • This is the wrong URL, you just re-posted the one of this video ;) correct one is in the description

      SteelSkin667SteelSkin66728 päivää sitten
    • @Spruce Bricks they uploaded the video privately, commented, and made it public it later.

      Pennsyltucky Counter TerrorismPennsyltucky Counter Terrorism28 päivää sitten
  • I want to thank Adam for recommending the 22/23 gauge nailer in another video, it truly changed my wood working and home repair life.

    Michael HolmstromMichael HolmstromPäivä sitten
  • Subtitulo en español

    fausto gimenezfausto gimenez6 päivää sitten
  • Never has a human moved as fast as Adam did in this video...

    Salt WoodworkSalt Woodwork9 päivää sitten
  • Bummed savage builds only got 1 season...

    Chris FosterChris Foster9 päivää sitten
  • He said the F word!!! lol

    SperoSpero13 päivää sitten
  • Adam You say you have a habit of making your tolerances too tight. Have you ever built a box and found out that when you cut it in half, that the saw blade kerf has now make the inside too tight? Or do you factor in the 1/8in kerf of the saw blade in your measurements? John

    John CreaJohn Crea15 päivää sitten
  • Adam Considering the high accuracy of the Haimer, I would suggest that instead of a R8 collet that you use a good R8 endmill holder for the Haimer. Since the Haimer can rotate in the collet before it is tightened in the spindle, it is possible that the the accuracy you work hard to get calibrating the Haimer could be OFF if the Haimer rotated when inserting into the mill spindle. A R8 endmill holder would lock the Haimer into the R8 adapter, so no worries about changes in accuracy when inserting and removing a collet. Good R8 endmill holders (like a Lyndex) have TIR of 0.0002in so then the only point of inaccuracy would be in the spindle itself. Considering the cost of the Haimer, a Lyndex endmill holder is about 2x-3x the cost of a Lyndex collet, and in my opinion well worth it for a lifetime tool like the Haimer. Definitely would not recommend budget collets for this purpose at all John

    John CreaJohn Crea15 päivää sitten
  • Adam should just watch titans of cnc or become a machining apprentice. Seriously though machining as a job is a lot different than machining as a hobby.

    DominicDominic22 päivää sitten
  • I am a little concerned with Adam's memory. He talks about the sanding sticks thing in just about every video he uses them in.. And tells it like it is a brand new story each time. Maybe I need to be concerned with myself for watching every one of these videos and knowing that.

    The ExplorographerThe Explorographer23 päivää sitten
  • did anyone notice he didn't label the Haimer gauge he always labels things and forgot the pieces for the collet on the top side of the box

    Northern RebelNorthern Rebel23 päivää sitten
    • just busting your balls a bit Adam. i have to admit, i admire you in a way i haven't been to my shop for more than a few mins since my dog passed in October it isn't the same with the kids and or wife and not having her . i know you went thru similar issue earlier in 20 as well but i do love seeing MAGGS in the shop

      Northern RebelNorthern Rebel23 päivää sitten
  • Fast and in detail

    panzeritinopanzeritino23 päivää sitten
  • I know he wasn't trying to build the Taj Mahal, but that was a pretty poorly constructed box nonetheless.

    B BlutarskyB Blutarsky23 päivää sitten
  • @3:06 He's going to be shitting a tool tip?

    B BlutarskyB Blutarsky23 päivää sitten
  • That tip about checking out the specialized tools of other industries is great. One of my favorite things to do second only to making my own tools suited for a particular application is finding unrelated tools already adapted for the tasks at hand in the shop. Always look for ways to make shop life more efficient and you’ll be amazed at how much easier you can make life and occasionally save a buck too. Thanks for more great content. 👍

    J FlannmanJ Flannman24 päivää sitten
  • If you hold the nailer perpendicular to the vertical board you're nailing into (at 16:58, the sides of the box in this case), you'll greatly reduce the number of blowouts you get. This is due to the angle of the tip of the nail/brad/etc.

    projekt6projekt624 päivää sitten
  • Stormtrooper blaster on the table saw. Why not? Please tell me that's not an actual Sterling SMG parts kit.

    J.A. SteigerJ.A. Steiger24 päivää sitten
  • For a guy who hates drawers and likes single step retrievability, Adam sure is fond of boxes.

    Thejs Revsbech AndersenThejs Revsbech Andersen24 päivää sitten
  • Try checking out the Scan n cut machine...I think you would like it, and probably have ideas to take it to the next level.

    Renn KayRenn Kay25 päivää sitten
  • I feel jittery after watching this. How much coffee did you drink that day Adam?!?! When you were putting the screws in I was audibly screaming SLOW DOWN!!! Haha

    Adam WaggonerAdam Waggoner25 päivää sitten
  • My grandmother used to say "the faster I go, the behinder I get"

    Big Horn WoodworksBig Horn Woodworks25 päivää sitten
  • You’re cheeping out in us Adam , make one with the finger joints And Red felt !!!!

    Eli PriceEli Price25 päivää sitten
  • No Vix Bit?

    stagesmithstagesmith25 päivää sitten
  • "Using a nailer keep you fingers so far away from the potential path of that nail,"- says Adam and continues with nailing inserts holding them with fingers right opposite of the nailer...

    Igor IppolitovIgor Ippolitov25 päivää sitten
  • The pace in this video stressed me out! Running around, throwing things around and all that. Would be nice if you just took your sweet time. I'm sure people wouldn't mind :)

    Hampus EttehagHampus Ettehag25 päivää sitten
    • YES! THIS! I have said many times... he is a product of the "need it yesterday" studio crew. ADAM you no longer work at ILM, slow the fuck down and enjoy your work. His videos have been so manic lately I worry for his mental health.

      The ExplorographerThe Explorographer23 päivää sitten
  • Would you like a marking gauge?

    Mike AlbrechtMike Albrecht25 päivää sitten
  • That was darn right impressive, to build that style of box and narrate at the same time and keep it to 30 minutes, Bravo Adam.

    Cal TravelsCal Travels25 päivää sitten
  • Every time Adam talks about using nail files for sanding sticks I get so confused as to how he knows what grit they are?! I mean, they usually only have the metric of "file" and "buff", that's not helpful for making!

    Zeke HimselfZeke Himself25 päivää sitten
  • This made me feel stressful watching it. Really need to slow down a little and take a little more care on everything. Sorry but I didn't find this enjoyable to watch.

    Everything's ShinyEverything's Shiny25 päivää sitten
  • Just watching your video's makes me think how much I'd love to come and work for you Adam!

    Matt RayMatt Ray26 päivää sitten
  • Im sure you know all of my tips, but with tiny screws like that, an awl and a screwdriver is almost always easier and more accurate than a drill. For critical things there's way less chance of wrecking something too!! I used to fit mirror polished gold and silver bands and fittings to some of my work so had to be very careful!

    Bushrat BeachbumBushrat Beachbum26 päivää sitten
  • It's almost certainly been said but just in case it hasn't, To avoid the blowouts with the pin gun, stick a ply block along the underside of the magazine slide exactly the same thickness as the depth to the retracted safety, ready to fire tip of the gun, it'll keep your pins at exactly 90 degrees if you need them to be, and mostly you do! For angled shots, lean the gun forward, it may lift the tip slightly but you can file the tip to minimise this if it's an issue. Nothing worse than a lovely box built, only to have a blowout and ruin it! It's tricky to blend some types of ply to cover it up! A small side note, you sometimes use so many pins it's inevitable youll blowout, or at least just leave an ugly row of pin holes, you really only need enough pins to hold the parts while the glue dries, it's the glue that gives the majority of the strength to the job, not the pins. At least it should be!! In the high end stuff I've done in the past, i never used pins, just tape or maybe clamps if possible to allow the glue to do its thing. Most glues we use these days are stronger than the materials being bonded, especially true in the case of ply/quality pva! As always, a pleasure to listen and watch you work. Cheers! Ps, Western Australia GMT+8hrs here

    Bushrat BeachbumBushrat Beachbum26 päivää sitten
  • It's almost certainly been said but just in case it hasn't, To avoid the blowouts with the pin gun, stick a ply block along the underside of the magazine slide exactly the same thickness as the depth to the retracted safety, ready to fire tip of the gun, it'll keep your pins at exactly 90 degrees if you need them to be, and mostly you do! For angled shots, lean the gun forward, it may lift the tip slightly but you can file the tip to minimise this if it's an issue. Nothing worse than a lovely box built, only to have a blowout and ruin it! It's tricky to blend some types of ply to cover it up! A small side note, you sometimes use so many pins it's inevitable youll blowout, or at least just leave an ugly row of pin holes, you really only need enough pins to hold the parts while the glue dries, it's the glue that gives the majority of the strength to the job, not the pins. At least it should be!! In the high end stuff I've done in the past, i never used pins, just tape or maybe clamps if possible to allow the glue to do its thing. Most glues we use these days are stronger than the materials being bonded, especially true in the case of ply/quality pva! As always, a pleasure to listen and watch you work. Cheers! Ps, Western Australia GMT+8hrs here

    Bushrat BeachbumBushrat Beachbum26 päivää sitten
  • I love the skill and passion you bring to any project, big or small. But man, you were driving me crazy - use a hand screw driver with those tiny screws. It's only a couple of turns, and your in.

    Mike CurleyMike Curley26 päivää sitten
  • I can't believe he didn't just use his arm to measure everything!

    B BowlingB Bowling26 päivää sitten
  • I noticed you did not have the riving knife installed on your table saw. SHAME ON YOU

    David WardDavid Ward26 päivää sitten
  • Slooow down Adam lol

    steve schafersteve schafer26 päivää sitten
  • Why are there thumbs down? Can anyone enlighten me.

    steve schafersteve schafer26 päivää sitten
  • Is this an alternate reality? He called it a 23 gauge nailer instead of 22 gauge..... nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    imrbrtimrbrt26 päivää sitten
  • when building a box like this, you count in the thickness of your blade in the hight for later right? just checking.

    EldormenEldormen26 päivää sitten
  • The instrument won't be safe in the box until a plywood retainer is fastened to the upper lid too.

    platonicsolidplatonicsolid26 päivää sitten
  • It appears that the difficulty driving #2Phillips headed screws is from using a #1Phillips bit.

    platonicsolidplatonicsolid26 päivää sitten
  • Adam!! What happened to the Segway! I miss seeing you glide around on it!!

    Stashu StashuStashu Stashu26 päivää sitten
  • You should get or even better, make a brace bit. Even half finished, mine does things a power drill cannot.

    cactuS ManncactuS Mann26 päivää sitten
  • Adam: "You should neve have any part of your body near any possible trajectory of a nailer." Also Adam at 29:36 : "Puts fingers literally directly in the straight line of the nailer.

    melig1991melig199126 päivää sitten
  • @21:34 Adam - so why are you using the table saw for this cut, when the band saw would have a thinner kerf? And why did you build the whole box first - with nails - and then cut it in half, where you would risk the saw blade hitting a nail?

    Brad KnowlesBrad Knowles27 päivää sitten
  • "Episode 1,472: Adam learns about the existence of emery boards."

    Don ChartierDon Chartier27 päivää sitten
  • Video should be titled "What? You don't think I can make a box before your pizza shows up?" 😂😎👍👍

    Steve NicholsonSteve Nicholson27 päivää sitten
  • These builds are stressful and seem like a contest to get done in record time ... or else

    Rich WojehowskiRich Wojehowski27 päivää sitten
  • Next up: Adam weathers the box to match the rest of his boxes.

    skunked42skunked4227 päivää sitten
  • Cutting the completed box in half then adding hinges and clasp...Called it! Took me a second, but I've been paying attention during previous builds.

    Jeanette SwalbergJeanette Swalberg27 päivää sitten
  • You should remove the strings from your hoodie. When I went to carpentry school we had to remove the strings from our hoodies so they couldn't get caught in the table saw.

    DR BoofensteinDR Boofenstein27 päivää sitten
  • ends 1st bottom last ?

    gary miles-watsongary miles-watson27 päivää sitten
  • It was driving me crazy that he didn't just drive those tiny screws by hand instead of fighting with an oversized power tool.

    Brad PennerBrad Penner27 päivää sitten
  • Adam, I have a suggestion. You obviously have no shortage of project ideas, but if you wanted to, you could do a prop/cosplay one day build once a month or so and auction it off. Do a 50/50 thing with a charity. Lots of people would like a Savage genuine imitation. You could ask for a theme and get viewers to vote. Then you could pick something from the theme. Say they Picked Avatar: The last Airbender, you could pick something from the original show to make, say Aangs glider or Sokka's club.

    John MacnaughtonJohn Macnaughton27 päivää sitten
  • nails can turn 180 defrees if they hit a knot and come straight at you almost as fast as they left the gun

    Michael JonesMichael Jones27 päivää sitten
  • I don't know about you guys, but the box tagged 'stormtrooper blaster' made me a bit nervous.

    SpacehySpacehy27 päivää sitten
  • I expect someone to come up with the shop equivalent to mise an place before the next video.

    Jim GreerJim Greer27 päivää sitten
  • It's crazy the USA still lives in the 1700's and does not use meters and centimeters like the rest of the world. The meter was created in 1799!

    Marcelo VolcatoMarcelo Volcato27 päivää sitten
  • What I do when cutting open a box is I cut the hinge side first. Then screw on the hinges, and then cut the other 3 sides. Keeps you from having to hold both halves of the box. Also works for the latch side. Just gets rid of the need for a 3rd hand.

    Damon SDamon S27 päivää sitten
  • Good god 😱😱😱 Can’t beleive that you still have all of your fingers after this build !!! No need to rush so mutch on the table saw please be more carefull .. after 30 plus years in cabinet making , i’ve seen so many mistakes made this way 😣😣 By the way can you tell me what is this for a haimer tool ? Thx 😜🇨🇦

    La Rose aux Bois / Rosewood WoodworkingLa Rose aux Bois / Rosewood Woodworking27 päivää sitten
  • The nailgun should be hold perpendicular to the edge. Look at one of the nails and you understand why blowout happens when shooting the nail in line with the edge. I've said it before, could someone pass it along to Mr Savage please :)

    funkysodfunkysod27 päivää sitten
  • 16:27 You can see the nail gun slowly aiming itself at your balls.

    Gone 004Gone 00427 päivää sitten
  • Either Adam has lost his mind and is talking to non existing people, or finally other people are in Adam's cave again.

    Denhalen79Denhalen7927 päivää sitten
  • It's not just the Imperials, did you notice that the US is the only country (that I know of) constantly measuring in fractions? "Quarter-inch"? Eights, twelfths, and much more flying around. Very confusing, because, even when I know that I need to multiply inches with 2.54 before they mean anything, and feet are roughly 30, but then I suddenly need to do fractions of them! You're constantly forcing me to keep my mental calculation skills active. Should I be thankful or irritated? Let's just keep it at "in awe over your building skills". ;-)

    Bert LavermanBert Laverman27 päivää sitten
  • Bit rushed

    6MM 256MM 2527 päivää sitten
  • Adam, get yourself a set of self centering drill bits. You'll wonder how you lived without them.

    Maurice CalisMaurice Calis27 päivää sitten
  • Adam at 18:12 : “...keep your fingers so far away from the potential path of the nail...” Adam at 29:36 : *puts fingers directly in the potential path of the nail*

    Matthew JaimeMatthew Jaime27 päivää sitten
  • If Adam started using the Metric system the rest would follow ;)

    JoliieJoliie28 päivää sitten
  • Savage Builds not in Australia !!

    Dave NisbetDave Nisbet28 päivää sitten
  • 👍🏻🍺

    Tim WhalanTim Whalan28 päivää sitten
  • i just watched a man build a box for 30 minutes. i feel like i should not have done that

    Coal ZlawCoal Zlaw28 päivää sitten
  • Put a brad through my thumb not fun 🙈

    Gibson goson 1849Gibson goson 184928 päivää sitten
  • Your a maniac I love it!

    Gibson goson 1849Gibson goson 184928 päivää sitten
  • Adam, I need some of that good stuff you are on...lol

    ZamboniZamboni28 päivää sitten
  • It is exactly 12:00am. Thanks Adam. Somehow you knew it was morning before I did!

    fredy gumpfredy gump28 päivää sitten
  • im the 2000th like that felt good

    Gdude277Gdude27728 päivää sitten
  • good lord just use metric system like the civilised world haha

    mike rmike r28 päivää sitten
  • Really seemed uncharacteristically frazzled on that one. Still got the job done tho.

    Bob StarBob Star28 päivää sitten
  • A haimer gauge, excellent!! I love those things! So great at all the haimers they gauge by performing actions on things!

    Joe Garofalo IIJoe Garofalo II28 päivää sitten
  • Use Robertson bits!!!!! They will make your life infinitely better!!!!?

    Tim WengerTim Wenger28 päivää sitten
  • Stop! Haimer time!!!

    Nick ElderNick Elder28 päivää sitten
  • Adam, when you are sanding, you should back it up with the William Tell Overture (Lone Ranger).

    Paul OttsPaul Otts28 päivää sitten
  • Only three countries - the U.S., Liberia and Myanmar - still (mostly or officially) stick to the imperial system

    James McGuireJames McGuire28 päivää sitten
  • Wait... There's 10 episodes of Savage builds? I only ever saw 8 of them. Are there still 2 unreleased ones? (he said hopefully)

    pileofstuffpileofstuff28 päivää sitten
  • Adam Made a Box Hey ! I wrote the song. Stay tuned ROCK ON FREAKS H.L.

    H.L. WestlakeH.L. Westlake28 päivää sitten
  • Never underestimate the power of beauty supplies. I recently restored an original Gameboy which had yellowed over time, and retrobrighted it successfully with good ol', classic, over-the-counter hair dye.

    John OhrnJohn Ohrn28 päivää sitten
  • Understatement of the year......” do I seem a little manic!” LOL! 😜

    g-pa Lloydg-pa Lloyd28 päivää sitten
  • ADAM its beautiful! BUT...... You need to add at least one more of those curved standoff pieces to the lid in case it flips over! Add this and it will be perfect!

    StickySlippersStickySlippers28 päivää sitten
  • look closer! it's called a "3d taster" mmmm tasty I love the name, atleast the once I used had that printed on the face

    Binary SoulBinary Soul28 päivää sitten
  • I watch (and Like) everything Adam does from the Cave, and most of the time I think 'Wow, iPhone camera pretty good' then they get out the Good Stuff, and the overall quality is NOTICEABLY better. Here's to real-crew productions again when it's safe.

    Graham GibbyGraham Gibby28 päivää sitten
  • I miss Mythbusters alot. However, Im so glad you are active on youtube Adam and we get to see you on the regular. Wish Jamie, Kari and Tory were on FIworld too. And of course wish Grant was still alive. RIP Grant. Thanks for entertaining us Adam!

    Seth KSeth K28 päivää sitten
  • i don't think adam was rushing so he could answer questions i think he wanted to play with the new machines that arrived

    Garry WatersGarry Waters28 päivää sitten
  • im guessing hat on your head somthing you had since your teenage years? i love that it's showing its age makes you look like your the cool kid in town not some space geek lol

    sam. 64evosam. 64evo28 päivää sitten
  • Most beautiful ugly box ever made on tested. Love you Adam.

    tarifoniumtarifonium28 päivää sitten
  • Wow! Adam really seems to be in a rush with this box.

    demo3ddemo3d28 päivää sitten
  • I wish I could make things like this and not use a ruler or find the centre before attaching catches...I have to make sure everything is millimetre perfect 🤦‍♂️😆

    Dario 108Dario 10828 päivää sitten
  • Make the bloody thing 9 inches!!!! Why 8.75????

    William BlakersWilliam Blakers28 päivää sitten
  • Ah the old sanding stick story. It almost doesn’t feel like an episode of One day builds without it 😜👍

    MrSeraph666MrSeraph66628 päivää sitten
  • 20:18 the question every man of every age constantly asks himself.

    SuperSecretSquirellSuperSecretSquirell28 päivää sitten
    • Well hopefully the answer isn't to use our table-saw and slice through the midsection...

      MrGetzenwithitMrGetzenwithit27 päivää sitten
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