NOW We're Cook'n with Argon!!

Inert atmosphere for heat treating oven?
Don't adjust your TV, YOU HEARD THAT RIGHT!
I've wanted to try this upgrade since I first heard about it. Let's give it a try!
Music: Cemetary Clown - Sir Cubworth




  • This video perfectly demonstrates the advantage of heat treating in molten salt.

    r11449r11449Prieš 6 val
  • The secret is out. The bunny is the brains of this whole operation.

    Mike Likes KnivesMike Likes KnivesPrieš 8 val
  • IJS, that 🐇 definitely needed more lube.

    Eris Gh0stedEris Gh0stedPrieš dieną
  • Does the rabbit have a name? I mean, what do you collet?

    Ben GillBen GillPrieš dieną
  • 0:56 Love the dot matrix printer sounds!

    Scott RidingsScott RidingsPrieš 2 dienas
  • Just out of curiosity, does austenite iron hardening derive from rabbit origin philosophies?

    Russ IvesRuss IvesPrieš 2 dienas
  • 1:41 "...microscope at bible camp..." ROFL!

    Cliff BramlettCliff BramlettPrieš 3 dienas
  • You should do some more bike videos! I love all of your videos but especially the motorcycle ones!

    Beau ThompsonBeau ThompsonPrieš 3 dienas
  • The absurd clave exclusively fry because bathroom obviously thank unto a adamant lobster. cruel, efficient peen

    kurt Morakurt MoraPrieš 4 dienas
  • Could impurities in the quenching oil causes some scaling?

    Matt EMatt EPrieš 5 dienų
  • Лайк только за кролика!

    Роман БужинРоман БужинPrieš 5 dienų
  • ah, scrapbinium... the most mysterious of alloys

    Jace FairisJace FairisPrieš 5 dienų
  • 2:28. Leatherface?

    odustbrownodustbrownPrieš 6 dienų
  • I miss the lathe.

    AP ServicesAP ServicesPrieš 6 dienų
  • It really picks up around the 19:00 mark

    qwagmyreqwagmyrePrieš 7 dienų
  • Did not expect punk lyrics

    Bill BoylesBill BoylesPrieš 7 dienų
  • That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!

    skwerldeathskwerldeathPrieš 7 dienų
  • Great video, like always. Maybe the source of the scaling is the transition between oven and the oil. I mean, once it leaves the oven it comes in contact with oxygen rich atmosphere, plus the flames when dipped in the oil suggest reaction with O2. Also the oil might be contaminated. Reducing the time by decreasing the distance to the oil and having something to grab it with prepared might help. Also, bubbling argon into the oil might ensure there´s no oxygen at least on the surface of the oil. Best of luck! :)

    JE VSJE VSPrieš 8 dienų
  • TOT, You may want to check out the rabbit's litter box to see what grade of steel he left.

    ACMEACMEPrieš 9 dienų
  • I finally looked at the price for one of these ovens, and I gotta say, it's a damn good price. I'm surprised!

    Brian CPBrian CPPrieš 10 dienų
  • LMFAOOOOO 10:25

    Grant CGrant CPrieš 10 dienų
  • Question: how does a machinist not know what a reamer is?

    LoneWolf7878 gmailLoneWolf7878 gmailPrieš 10 dienų
  • Lost the battle with the rabbits agent for air time I see.

    Peter CartnerPeter CartnerPrieš 10 dienų
  • That flow control isn't rated for argon. You can use it for argon, but the reading needs to be calculated in order to get the flow you Kentucky windage. When you go with nitrogen you may need to do the same thing...check the flow controller and see if it's for Air, CO2 or nitrogen.

    Max RockatanskyMax RockatanskyPrieš 10 dienų
  • The cynic in me thinks having the bunny around is no just a random, silly joke, but his "deadly argon concentration" early warning system

    sebx2asebx2aPrieš 11 dienų
  • My face and concentration were too close to the screen for the tool trial run gag. For that, Im'a have to request you put the rabbit back where you found it. I think I had a miniature heart attack and felt alive for a second. I didn't like it.

    Buck StarchaserBuck StarchaserPrieš 11 dienų
  • Is the bunny an Apprentice or Journeyman?

    SooooWhat?SooooWhat?Prieš 11 dienų
  • Ok... but what does the rabbit have to do with that oven?

    MrX MrYMrX MrYPrieš 12 dienų
  • That rabbit is quite lively, all things considered

    jothainjothainPrieš 12 dienų
  • Someone once told me the key to making being human easy is make your screw ups look like you planned them. You didn't run out of printing 'ink', you planned on two tone legs. In that vein, I went looking for drill stops by ordering shaft clamps. The secret to my research was I ordered a bunch of shaft clamps by the OD, thinking it was the ID. As I was putting away the much too small shaft clamps, I noticed just how much they looked like the set of 'drill stops' I had bought from China via eBay 4-5 years ago. What put a smile on my face was discovering the price of the shaft clamps was MUCH cheaper than even the drill stops when I compared the sizes in the set. I love it when a plan comes together; even when I had no plan. GeoD I bought the cheapest, single set screw, no split, Blk Oxide coated steel shaft clamps. You could go 'show boat', and buy SS shaft clamps.

    George DennisonGeorge DennisonPrieš 13 dienų
  • Its possible oxygen is getting into the oven because the door doesn't seal well.

    Stephen FowlerStephen FowlerPrieš 13 dienų
  • Pretty fly for a cutter.

    robina foubisterrobina foubisterPrieš 13 dienų
  • get the little guy some dandelion leaves.. they love em, and very good for em.. also pumping a gas in means you need somewhere for the bad air to go.. im guessing the only breather on that door is down low where the heat wont all go woosh, heavy gas and low vent....

    Rob BushellRob BushellPrieš 14 dienų
  • 10:30 it just hit me you should have tried annealing this piece to test the oven

    The Stone That the builder refusedThe Stone That the builder refusedPrieš 14 dienų
  • this guy precision tooling is insane... working on a margin of 0.000050 inches i mean WTF man... i barely can distinguish the difference from 1 to 2 millimeters that is like 100 thamahawks or what they are called? i might be partially blind but god damn the results u getting....

    George ZahariaGeorge ZahariaPrieš 14 dienų
  • Next project: Make auto-rotating nozzle head!

    Timmy BrolinTimmy BrolinPrieš 15 dienų
  • 3:28 honestly tony this looks oil quinched hardened steel ( sorta like what you see from the good ol days of blacksmitting and such ) and would look lovely on punches and dies and stuff like that that you would look at and just see a more rough finish on skin of the part but the surfaces that are used look shiny and that contrast is in my opinion a great look XD

    Maikel van der pasMaikel van der pasPrieš 15 dienų
  • Couldn't you anneal that fly cutter in your fancy oven?

    Dudley CornmanDudley CornmanPrieš 15 dienų
  • Your sense of humor is perfect for your content, I just subscribed and look forward to watching more of your videos!

    GRAFHCGRAFHCPrieš 16 dienų
  • Yup I watch the rabit eat ;)

    Guy MassicotteGuy MassicottePrieš 16 dienų
  • the "SUBSCRIBE 180" was unexpected

    Who DatGuyWho DatGuyPrieš 17 dienų
    • it's at 17:32

      Who DatGuyWho DatGuyPrieš 17 dienų
  • Be Careful about Nitrogen Embrittlement why not use CO2

    jalil ur rehmanjalil ur rehmanPrieš 17 dienų
  • Tony - soak it in a strong Lemi Shine and tap water bath overnight - maybe 1/8 - 1/4 cup Lemi Shine per gallon of water. I use it to remove mill scale to prep metal for welding.

    sno 4funsno 4funPrieš 17 dienų
  • That pain in the butt sticky tape they put on the #4 stainless steel comes off like a ( fill in the blank) if you heat up the non sticky side with a torch or what have you .😷

    Christopher ThummChristopher ThummPrieš 18 dienų
  • heat treat the rad bot!

    Beto ChavezBeto ChavezPrieš 18 dienų
  • lol....too short to make it work.

    Andrew OlmstedAndrew OlmstedPrieš 19 dienų
  • Good to see someone out there still using one of those vintage dot matrix 3D printers. I have an old coal fired printer from the late 1800' was a barn find...struck gold that day!

    hydrojedihydrojediPrieš 19 dienų
  • Dude, your videos are art, defined.

    Gordon LambGordon LambPrieš 20 dienų
  • Deburring is for cowards

    JoejoemyoJoejoemyoPrieš 20 dienų
  • We use a 1mm nozzle at work. Definitely much faster with the loss of fine detail. Also they make filament sensors that stop the print when it runs out if you're concerned

    Tyler Heritage-ViggianoTyler Heritage-ViggianoPrieš 21 dieną
  • 11:42 the Tony's do not negotiate with trolls

    Anthony HumbertAnthony HumbertPrieš 21 dieną
  • Looks like the rabbit really enjoys his "collet greens"

    MaxMaxPrieš 21 dieną
  • You DO realize that you can make your own printer nozzles if you like, right? Hardened tool steel nozzles are great for abrasive filaments that would chew through brass nozzles way too fast.

    The MagitechieThe MagitechiePrieš 21 dieną
  • Using e3d v6 (or cloned) nozzles, you can get up to 1.2mm nozzles.

    Kevin BerryKevin BerryPrieš 21 dieną
  • You really should have warned us about the end. I'm a bit squeamish and as a carnivore that turned my stomach. Hard. I was gagging and profusely sweating, wife and kids thought I was choking on another brat, it was needlessly dramatic. Anyway, try to be a little conscientious for those out of us who may have different lifestyles than yourself.

    Thomas DicksonThomas DicksonPrieš 21 dieną
  • The worst thing about chemistry jokes is that all the good ones argon.

    Samira PeriSamira PeriPrieš 23 dienas
  • When we use an Agon Purge on Piping We have to leave an out on the high side of it to actually purge all other gas out. Maybe a second port to purge initially.

    Ryan WallaceRyan WallacePrieš 23 dienas
  • Be honest now! You had a colonic irrigation just before installing the rabbit! No way that level of whiteness was spontaneous! 🤭 💩

    Tim PiggottTim PiggottPrieš 23 dienas
  • Can you machine the rabbit??

    Peter RaydenPeter RaydenPrieš 23 dienas
  • Lol 10:20 🥓

    Hey I'm a MakerHey I'm a MakerPrieš 23 dienas
  • fkn dot matrix sounds lol

    Sloppy MechanicsSloppy MechanicsPrieš 23 dienas
  • TOT, I really like your videos and presentational style. Especially the hands. And here's the point. I can't help noticing that you seem to be a compulsive nail-biter. (Unless you are a homicidal-manicurist's practice-volunteer, which is less likely, so let's just go with the onychophagy assumption, eh?). The $64,000 question is, how have you survived so far with ingesting all those potentially carcinogenic cutting oils and metal particles? Or do you scrub up before tucking in? And how do you pick up No 80 drills? These are important questions and your fan-base needs to be told!

    Scott GilmourScott GilmourPrieš 23 dienas
  • Love the 70's porno sound track at the end...

    humlakullenhumlakullenPrieš 24 dienas
  • If you hit it with about 10cfh while heating it should have less of a problem with the deep scale.

    America YeaAmerica YeaPrieš 24 dienas
  • Hey, ever tried identifying your alloys ? Applied science has a cool gun that shoot x-rays and magic to identify alloy composition And you can do it the old fashion way, polishing surfaces and looking at them with microscopes And speaking of microscope, if you go to ali express and search "38mp" you'll find a ton of sellers that have a cheap 100$ microscope sensor that is really like REALLY good You slap a c-mount microscope mount and BAM you're doing microvideography, metallurgical microvideography, like ... do I need to say more ? Come on, you already wanna !

    shodanxxshodanxxPrieš 24 dienas
  • A manual nose and ear hair trimmer, nice, nice😂

    Patrick v.d. HeePatrick v.d. HeePrieš 25 dienų
  • Butt-Rabbit has teflon coat.

    Biggest 23Biggest 23Prieš 25 dienų
  • Fun and informative to watch. Thanks. Something I just learned about 3d printing last week is that your extrusion width is not limited to your nozzle size. I've printed with a 0.4mm nozzle at 0.6mm extrusion width and a 0.3mm layer height with beautiful results at a fraction of the time. Stefan @CNC Kitchen has a nice video on adjusting extrusion width.

    David ChavesDavid ChavesPrieš 25 dienų
  • Hey Tony, good stuff as usual . A little trick for getting the film off laser and waterjet parts is to lay them in the sun (...When available ...)

    Danny JayDanny JayPrieš 26 dienų
  • You still had air in the oven when you put in the part... because you opened the door. Put the part in and make sure it is purged before the heat is on.

    Glenn PadyGlenn PadyPrieš 26 dienų
  • That humorous sarcasm is what made me suscribe. It makes for a more entertaining watch.

    Glenn PadyGlenn PadyPrieš 26 dienų
  • My grandfather was a mechanical engineer and a boilermaker, when I stayed with him he had been retired for 10 years and had lost all of his ambition to get things done quickly. He had me make a part using some scrap stainless steel he had in a bucket. While I toiled trying to get that damn drill to cut the stainless he watched laughing literally out loud at me but wouldn’t tell me why. When lunch time came and we had some chicken fried steak he finally told me to slow down the drill and the stainless will cut like butter. I looked at him like he was bullshitting me but when I tried it, he was right.

    Joe SeabertJoe SeabertPrieš 26 dienų
  • By the way-White Rabbits go INTO butts....Brown Rabbits are pulled OUT OF butts.

    Theophilus JedediahTheophilus JedediahPrieš 26 dienų
  • for a bigger nozzle you need a better hot end, I think they are called volcanoes, they go up to 2.00 mm (even more if you are brave and make your own). Some volcanoes go up to a few km but I'm not into that kind of printing But be warned, they go trough filament like my cat goes trough lunch. Basically it complains there is nothing there

    Bogdan OpreaBogdan OpreaPrieš 27 dienų
  • How is it this channel about a fella just dinking around in his machine shop manages to be one of the funniest on youtube? I'll never regret subscribing, man.

    Jordon BrewerJordon BrewerPrieš 27 dienų
  • I wonder how much of the scale is created during the quench when the part is directly on air. I'm a blacksmith and if you heat a piece to that temp and brush the excess scale away you can see more forming in seconds.

    Cero CeroCero CeroPrieš 27 dienų
  • I stayed for the rabbit

    Paul SPaul SPrieš 27 dienų
  • When you drug your finger over that hot metal reminded me of the time i got the bright idea to touch my smoking cAr rotor. And cooked my finger

    Roxas ParksRoxas ParksPrieš 27 dienų
  • Yes get the 1 mm, if found that if you want speed and strength your 1mm kicks ass. Now 6mm is great for relative speed but keeps finer details to an extent, and your typical 4mm is great for details but not speed.

    Roxas ParksRoxas ParksPrieš 27 dienų
  • 11:50 right on. All content creators should do what they love. If they start to hate it it always shows in the end product.

    dominick253dominick253Prieš 27 dienų
  • I can’t understand half of the things you say but it still entertaining

    [GD] kryen 4[GD] kryen 4Prieš 27 dienų
  • Is he John Cena 🤔

    planet zoddplanet zoddPrieš 27 dienų
  • Rabbit don’t know, rabbit just do!

    Brainwashing DetergentBrainwashing DetergentPrieš 27 dienų
  • 16:40 LOL

    UNSTOPABLE40UNSTOPABLE40Prieš 27 dienų
  • Who else had to rewind cause of the 🐇?? 🤣😂🤣😂

    Dustin HarringtonDustin HarringtonPrieš 27 dienų
  • Wait, so if you stuff your cat up your butt and then change your mind, it comes out as a rabbit? How the heck do you change it back?? The bunny is adorable, but so Is the kitten!

    Edward HugusEdward HugusPrieš 27 dienų
  • Rabbit eating grass to threatening music what? On a second note, this channel needs more explosions.

    R4dioS1lenceR4dioS1lencePrieš 28 dienų
  • deburrer

    hondabisshondabissPrieš 28 dienų
  • 16:51 you scared the shit out of me

    Pontus HäggströmPontus HäggströmPrieš 28 dienų
  • 4:29 This is a Deburr toll Tony, Seriously! OMG!

    Jefté SantiagoJefté SantiagoPrieš 28 dienų
  • The NOGA is a deburring Tool. When did you start 3D printing? Did I miss a vid?

    M TM TPrieš 28 dienų
  • Please don't use the flycutter in your cordless drill.

    Janne KokkoJanne KokkoPrieš 28 dienų
  • Is he JSUT hands

    FortnitegodFortnitegodPrieš 28 dienų
  • I thought rabbetts were more of a woodworking thing....?

    Fiid WilliamsFiid WilliamsPrieš 28 dienų
  • That was funny when you burnt yourself and said. "WOW"

    carolyn wilburcarolyn wilburPrieš 29 dienų
  • first the kitten now the bunny, Tony really knows how to work the interwebz

    JettJettPrieš 29 dienų
  • Nice video (as always) and a great idea to insulate with argon. Though, in the shop I am currently working in, we sometimes temper steel parts in an oven, and we place them covered in some wood charcoal, that is going to burn and consume the remaining oxygen. As a result, we get nicely carburized grey parts that don't have that crocodile skin on. I would be very interested to know your results if you wanted to try it. Have a good day !

    Forge & JazzForge & JazzPrieš 29 dienų
  • STL file for the 3D printed ISO 40 holder pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease

    Lucie MartincováLucie MartincováPrieš 29 dienų
  • Doesn't the Argon make the Brownies taste funny? Also, if you want them to taste really REALLY funny, like hilariously funny, use nitrous oxide. It's easily the funniest gas I have ever experienced. A close second is fart gas, idk why, butt fart gas is a barrel of laughs. In my house it's highly regulated though, if you don't have a permit (i.e. Doorknobs) you can literally get beat up. That's why it's best to keep personal production on the down low. And don't be intimidated when the fuzz tries to sweat you into a confession. They might say if you denied it then you supplied it, but that doesn't hold up in court. Stand your ground and remind them that whoever originally smelt it likely also delt it. Just make sure their is always more then 2 people in a room at the same time... It gives you plausible deniability, a luxury that isn't there when it's just you and someone else. Because if it's not you, then it's obviously the other guy.

    Anchor BaitAnchor BaitPrieš mėn
  • I've never seen just how weird rabbits mouths are... Thank you ToT!.... (I think...)

    Ash CAsh CPrieš mėn