chocoTaco Owns with 6x Vector - PUBG Game Recap

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1930s Oldtimer Screwdriver - Perfect Restoration

1930s German Oldtimer Screwdriver - Perfect Restoration. In this video i'm restoring a german screwdriver from the 1930s. Like, comment, subscribe. My friend found this rare screwdriver in the steel waste at the recycling station. It was dirty, rusty and from its look you can tell that it had a hard life. It was bent in all directions and was used for more than just tighten and loosen screws. I really liked the design of it, specially because of the look of the handle. I've never done woodworking before in my life, that's why I decided to challenge myself and restore this beauty. As i have no clue when it comes to wood, I had to do some research first.I found out that ash wood is very common for handles in general, that's why I decided to go with it. The second thought i had after deciding to restore it was that I'm not going to use any glue to fix the handles. I'm going to use handmade rivets, I've never done that before either. I was really happy with the result, it came out exactly how I wanted. I hope you like my work and the video. Timestamps: 00:00 preview 00:33 disassembling 01:33 showing all the parts 01:40 washing the parts 01:46 removing the rust 01:59 bending it back in shape 02:15 removing all deep scratches with a file 02:41 making the wooden handles 03:47 drilling the holes for the rivets 04:03 finishing the shape of the handles 04:44 countersink for the rivets 04:55 sanding and polishing the screwdriver 05:49 hardening and tempering the tip of the screwdriver 06:18 making two new rivets 06:44 preview before reassembling 07:01 reassembling 08:04 using linseed oil for the handle 08:17 showing the finished product Time and costs of this restoration: I spent around 14 hours on this project $10 Ash wood $10 Linseed oil $5 Sandpaper for wood Timestamps of used tools and machines: 00:40 bench grinder 00:47 300g hammer and 3mm punch 01:04 2mm punch 01:40 parts washer with parts cleaner liquid, google it ;-) 01:46 steel wire brush 01:48 Dremel steel wire brushes 02:05 500g hammer 02:11 adjustable wrench 02:15 triangular file 02:31 flat file 02:51 belt grinder (grid 60) 03:26 semicircular rasp file 03:47 hand drill machine with drill 3.3mm 04:11 semicircular rasp file 04:17 wood sandpaper (grid 40, 80, 120, 150) 04:44 column drill with 3 lip countersink 05:01 metal sandpaper (grid 120, 240, 400) 05:27 polish paste 05:29 cotton polish disc 05:49 acetylene/oxygen torch 05:58 any oil will work 06:05 bakeoven 06:11 sandpaper (grid 400) 06:18 lathe Weiler 07:01 grease 08:04 linseed oil 09:29 bolt M8 My camera: Panasonic HC-V180 If you have any questions about the process, machines i'm using or other stuff, just ask me in the comments. I read them all and i try to reply as soon as possible. Sorry for my bad english, it's not my language. I try my best to improve my technical english. Subscribe for more of my content. I'm uploading videos about mechanical stuff, as new creations and buildings and also restorations. Thank you for watching :-) Follow me on social media: Instagram -

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