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Charley Davidson

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Thanks Thumbs, that sure makes it easier to find/watch what your looking for. That guy rocks. I subscribed to his channel a while back.
 

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Very nice, Thank you Nelson, I like his video's, he makes them so us dumb ones can understand them.
 

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Well I just down load them convert and burn to a lightscribe DVD so I can label them. In hope one of my grandsons will find them useful.

A man can dream can't he?

Paul
 

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I have been watching his videos almost non stop for the last two weeks. He is Awesome.
 

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Pete222 (Lyle Peterson aka TUBAL CAIN) was kind enough to send me this list of his YouTube videos...
Great resource! Maybe some day I'll be in a position to buy his lathe series as an expression of my appreciation for his valuable contributions.

Ken
 

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Thanks Nelson. It's great that there is an index to follow these. He is an excellent resource and has an excellent way of teaching machining.

Paul.
 

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I've found that there is not a site updating the index so I made my own and will continue to update it. I did leave out the foundry and engine stuff as the shot tips are what I need. Anyone want a more current index it's at http://oregonjim.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/tubalcain-video-index/

If linking to it is some obscure violation of the forum's policy, I apologize and will delete it or leave it to a mod to do so.
 

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I've found that there is not a site updating the index so I made my own and will continue to update it. I did leave out the foundry and engine stuff as the shot tips are what I need. Anyone want a more current index it's at http://oregonjim.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/tubalcain-video-index/

If linking to it is some obscure violation of the forum's policy, I apologize and will delete it or leave it to a mod to do so.
Thank-you dvcprepper and Nelson. These are both VERY helpful.

Bob J
 

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I love his videos as well. Wish I knew where he lives, I live in Illinois as well and would love to swing by to pick his brain if he were willing.
 

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I have no idea how much I have learnt from MrPete222, the legend. I have been watching his videos for about three years and even when I re-watch them I learn something new. There are plenty of machine shop videos out there, but I find MrPete's are by far the most instructive. He is a teacher, though, so that kind of explains it ;-)
 

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Very nice collection of very informative videos! I have been through the list one time completely and have watched several of them a few times. Every time I watch I learn something new. He has a way of explaining things that makes it easy to grasp the concept he is talking about. I wish he taught at my high school, I would have really enjoyed that class.
 

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A few months ago I d/l what was up till that point. Yes, it took a good while but worth it. Now I can watch any without a web connection. Funny thing... I don't know why but I expected Mr.Pete to be a really old looking fellow.....nothing like what he really looks like when I finally saw him in one of his vids...think it was about forging. Funny thing how that happens. God has blessed him and I thank God and Mr.Pete for his contributions.
 

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Agreed, Tubal Cain is the best teacher I have watched, his ability to communicate the complexities of machine shop tasks is second to none.
Thank you for posting this.
cheers
Bill.
 

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I'm working on cleaning up the TC video index or listing but am about to fall asleep. Will finish it tomorrow (later today).
 

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The Tubal Cain video list Nelson uploaded is cleaned up. It ran to nine pages, so I converted it to a PDF and attached it to Post #1.
 

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Mr Pete is a truck-load of Awesome! I have managed to watch ALL of his machine shop videos so far and most of his small engine/foundry/& tractor videos.
I have also purchased his Atlas & Bridgeport courses and have watched them in their entirety. If anyone is considering them I wholeheartedly endorse them.
 

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Likewise I now feel I need a lathe. Also been watching Doubleboost - his weekly Sunday Night Recap is very enjoyable.


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Thanks for the index Nelson! MrPete222 is a great source of information, his clarity of information presentation is fabulous and his projects have increased my want list several times over. .
 
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