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What a Loverly Job the pressure washer made of that.....
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  • Sorry for the MASSIVE gap in uploads, i've been working flat out but the projects either side of this got delayed and didn't quite go to plan but here we go with some beautiful hydroforming.

  • Colin has literal balls of steel.

    • Literally the same comment I came here to say lol

    • Indeed my good man , indeed 🤘😎🤘

    • Treuuuu

    • I was going to say that 🔩

    • The beholder of Stainless Balls of Steel

  • The fact that he went to the effort of finding resources to show how to get the radiuses without cad and laser cutters just is a real testament to how much Collin cares about his viewers.

    • It is but there's actually a better workaround for this. You can make templates with a compass and some basic layout math. Once you have those dimensions you can make a template from card stock and cut it out. I had to make them in welding class.

    • Yep. All us viewers who *DEFINITELY* go out and replicate parts of his projects and don't watch purely for entertainment.

    • @Daniel Betts this is one I’m actually considering doing. It looks fairly simple overall.

    • Repent to Jesus Christ “And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you.” ‭‭Luke‬ ‭22‬:‭19‬-‭20‬ ‭NIV‬ G

    • He treats everyone like they’re poor. It makes me angry

  • Nobody talks about the fact that Colin goes and finds unique new music for every video. Thank you so much for not just putting generic tik tok music over every single build Timelapse Colin. It makes the videos enjoyable to watch imo

    • Pretty sure most of the punk music is his mate's band

    • yes, as a new watcher, i was impressed with his music selection for the videos

    • @Chris C I don’t even listen to much of the type of rock he uses. I just really appreciate the fact that he’s not taking the easy route with overused tik tok songs or a shitty royalty free beat

    • @Slim Lim He gets all of the music from viewers. The songs and artist are listed in the description along with an email for submissions.

    • ​@Slim Lim pretty sure it doesnt change the fact it's still different music every video 🤓🤓🤓

  • I truly think Colin is one of the most broadly and highly skilled general craftsmen of all time. He must have been an unbelievably good plumber!

    • ok

    • @ly cu k

    • The fact he was a plumber is new knowledge to me, but it actually explains a lot of his skills. Metal working, piping, electronics, various math equations for a variety of situations. These are all skills that come from a plumber background

    • ​@john sawyerelectronics?

  • Colin: Builds drift trike with spherical wheels to avoid damaging grass. Also Colin: Does burnout on grass.

  • It’s crazy to see how far Colin has come, love seeing people I used to watch back in the day grow so much

    • How far he's come? He made the world's fastest scooter 10 years ago. He was doing crazy, awesome projects for a long time, pretty much from the start.

    • @Jared Connell He means in terms of subscribers and following

    • I remember when he still played March to the Grave as the background music

    • ok

  • I love that Colin explains things like he's teaching us there not just showing what he can do

  • We all appreciate Colin’s amazing builds but let’s also appreciate his music taste and the bangers he picks for background music and Timelapses!

  • you're one of my favorite makers. you don't compromise your product and you always include ways for those of use without fancy heavy duty tools to do the job, so we don't feel like we get left behind. thanks for the upload, looking forward to the next one.

  • Looks fun to play! Haha

  • It’s good to see Ron Covell getting some much deserved respect. His videos are top notch.

  • That’s some serious drift there mate. Great job!

  • I never thought about the process of making a steel ball but this is a very interesting and pretty efficient way to do it.

  • It's really beautiful that this channel actually ended up being as successful as it is, with such awesome devices and all the various fabrication options you're showing.

  • Colin must have balls of steel himself to go that near a fragile sphere of sheet metal under such pressure, without wearing any PPE whatsoever!

    • Don't encourage that sort of stuff.

    • he had his safety tie on

    • ​@chathuldilshanz samaraweera Yoooooou don't need safety.

    • If the ball was full of air or any other compressible medium, than I would agree that it would be insanely dangerous to go near it. However, with hydrostatic (water) pressure, even if an entire weld seam failed instantly, it's very unlikely you'd be injured. Water doesn't compress, so if a weld failed, it would not explode like you'd think. The only danger I could see with him being so close, is if a weld failed in a way that it made it leak through a small hole that simulated a jet stream of water (not a mist) while the pressure washer was still powered on. That would potentially result in a water jet that could easily cause pretty severe injuries. At the end of the day though, safety glasses would have been my bare minimum if I were to get near it under pressure.

  • Some folk say Furze is crazy, but I say he's got balls of steel.

  • Everyone should aspire to be as creative as he is

  • Amazing work colin!! Scares me every time you get close to the form every time you pressurize it 😬

  • Oh how I’ve missed this man. Thank you Colin for continuing too inspire the rest of us too get out there and do things

  • Absolutely AMAZING work Colin... The content, the music and the pure entertainment of your videos is such a breath of fresh air..... Thank you for NEVER GROWING UP. Take care, ~Jonny5🥁

  • Nice to see you treated yourself to some nice welding kit. I don't know if there's a new editor behind the scenes, but the production quality of this one was top notch!

  • just witnessed this man do two videos in one, he made circular metal wheels and then proceeded to fully build a whole new drift trike from scratch

  • Thanks for caring about the grass Colin. You're a good man.

    • Hello Freedom Factory grass man ❤️

    • I mean he has done some burnouts on this field but yeah, there good intentions behind in the first place !

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  • Now we just need a drift race or two. C'mon that would be great, nice wide corners a few s-curves. The Furze cup, I can see it all now!!!

  • I’ve been watching Colin’s videos for a long time and with every new project, I become increasingly more convinced this gent is a nutter, a glorious, life in the F***-it bucket nutter, but a nutter all the same. @ColinFurze: Props to the missus and kids, who I’m sure are a massive part of how you get to do this stuff through the support they give you to enable you to do this sort of thing untethered.

  • Dude, you are amazing. That's the only thing I can say about your talents as a fabricator, design, engineer. I've loved watching all of your videos and your creations are over the top spectacular!!!

  • I know he’s said it himself, but I love how Colin sticks to making it so everyone can follow along at home even with out the fancy equipment. He said that was why he was afraid to upgrade shops because he wanted to do stuff that everyone else with basic equipment could do. Using the circles to show how to still accomplish the forms with out the most top of the line laser cutter was a top act! We appreciate you Colin!

    • Ĥii

    • the first step was weld and use a water pressure thing..

    • i bet you dont have a 10k welding table.. or a lathe...

    • I wonder if anyone ever built anything that Colin showed on his channel.

    • @ghost of aleksz salad You don't need a 10k welding setup to make those welds, nor do you need a lathe. That should be obvious to anyone not trying to be a contrarian

  • Absolutely loved how you used the bunker tunnel to bend some of that steel. Would love to see a tool room/ project area that you could put in there. Would be really cool as an addition to your garage/driveway idea.

  • It is so satisfying watching them hydroform into a perfect sphere

  • Wonderful! I wish I had the time, space and ability to even replicate a small portion of stuff that Colin does!

  • Colin as a school Science or DT teacher would produce the most incredible students. They'd all be geniuses.

  • Is anyone else just mesmerized by how far Collins tools and equipment have come

  • Great project! Love it! 😁

    • You guys have a great channel btw

    • @colinfurze water drift trike next

    • Yessssssss It’ll probably need long wheels for balance

    • You got some comparable eyecandy on you channel

  • Always entertainment and educational with Colin, love his videos there is no one quite like him! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

  • Finally, a man with balls of steel. Never afraid to do anything😮

  • Another amazing build Colin.........such attention to detail. You're an engineering god. 👍

  • Colin, the development process for those ball wheels was great! Excellent final design!

  • Spray them with a few layers of really robust truck bed liner for more traction. Should still be pretty safe on the grass, as it will follow the sphere, while having SOME texture compared to just polished steel.

  • Colin is the only madlad who makes wheels as the main part of the video and then goes " Yeah but now I need a stainless steel trike. " Like it's no biggie. Absolute madman, we love to see it ! ❤

  • Absolutely wonderful video, right down to the ad lol. The kids were adorable. "Does it work on all devices?" with that little accent haha, not to mention the dedication of running while talking about it lmao. But there was something super satisfying about watching that hydroforming. And much appreciation for the time you spend setting up your camera just for the couple second long shots of you in the underground bunker. A few seconds of video that probably took several minutes of just finding the right placement and setting up. Love that kind of thought and dedication to production!

  • Man don't we all wish we had access to all these tools! Freaking awesome job brother

  • I could see his tie going into the metal rolling machine, but no, Colin did it again! 😂

  • Ah childhood memories of the glorious Bigwheel and GreenMachine on a steep downhill. This is modern tech and genius.

  • This guy has more fun having breakfast than the rest of us have in a lifetime. I'm envious.

  • One thing I love about Colin. He’s seems completely chaotic but you can tell he is a perfectionist.

  • Love how you made the wheels. That was really cool.

  • Collin’s videos always make me happy. The music, the work, the ridiculous factor. I discovered this channel many years ago, when I was a kid, and it became a huge inspiration. Thank you for everything 🥹

  • Alright I haven't forgotten who I'm watching here, but I was really surprised to find out that part of this video was just... building the entire drift trike?? I thought he was just making wheels for the other one lmao and then all the sudden man starts putting together a drivetrain 🤣 Also happy to see the tunnel hydraulic press again :)

  • While watching hydroforming is oddly satisfying, it’s always fun to watch the larger scale work where they toss in a blasting cap and seal it up lol

  • After all these years, it's pretty amazing this guy is still alive.

  • Colin is the living example of, “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well.”

    • No, I think it's, "If it's worth doing, it's worth _over_ doing."

    • "If it's worth entertaining, it's worth entertaining well" more like

    • As my old man always said.

  • I’ve been watching colin on and off for a while now! Just the other day I was thinking that if anyone could make an engine run off water or a magnetic motor it would be colin!

  • Colin, you always manage to outdo yourself! Do you think you'll ever get back to more regular uploads? Honestly can't get enough of your mad scientist vibe content 😅 huge love man 🖤

  • Im impressed with the speed you could get with no traction

  • I love everything about this video. You didn't just slap the new wheels on the old machine you built a whole new machine to use the wheels with. Just threw in a ten second long flex of your underground bunker. And the cherry on top is the wonderful music soundtrack.

  • Colin is the coolest dude if I could hang out with one person in the world I’d be him

  • He's gotten older, more tools, more experience, better parts but still brings that classic Colin vibe. Love it brother.

  • My favourite hydroformed spheres are from regular icosahedrons, and the nice thing about that is that it's all straight welds of equilateral triangles at exactly the same angle. Downside versus your three strips and two caps approach is that there may be about twice as much weld seam. A similar approach to yours but with five strips, is the one used commonly in explosive hydroforming of spheres.

  • This is the absolutely most fun channel to watch. Your work is spot on everytime

  • Totally gutted he didn't take this out on concrete to watch the sparks fly 😂

  • Colin, you are fucking amazing! I absolutely love your stuff, just hope the world spawns more people like you, we are in dire need

  • Amazing work! Fascinating how you got them round. You best have a big Xmas tree this year for all your spare baubles!

  • Great to see you doing more Hydroforming Colin, thanks again for being the one who first inspired me to start Hydroforming 8 years ago!

    • And the weird thing is that the hydrofroming video didn't feel like it came out that long ago

    • Hope you get some views n subs Connor, top job

    • @colinfurze yes colin

    • Subbed! Looking forward to watching some of your videos.

    • Another hydroforming yt channel? Count me in

  • So funny to me how he casually opens a hatch and walks into his own personal tunnel

  • Your videos always leaves me awestruck at the end... literally every single one over the years!!!

  • Awesome. This is what CS-tv is for. Perfect inspiration. Top work 👏

  • Genuinely love watching the master fabricate absolutely anything and everything 17:53

  • Imagine this is the first time someone watches Colin's content. This guy, building stuff in his garage, pretty cool, when all of the sudden he pops open a hatch and descends into his SECRET TUNNEL to use a different machine.

    • First time I saw him was literally the full underground video, I then proceeded to binge watch almost everything he's done.

    • This was my first time. And i can confirm that i was flabbergasted by what i seen. This guy is insane. I subscribed

    • @NoComment223 I cannot understand why it took youtube so long to put him in my suggested videos. He should be put into every males suggested videos the very first day they start their account.

    • ok

    • It is my first time watching and it blew my mind

  • Haven’t seen Colin since he made his tunnels. Glad to see him again!

  • This guy has an amazing huge shop and he sticks with his little shed haha. Humble man.

  • I catch myself being jealous of his shop. Then i remember i would have no idea how to use half of those tools. Im jealous of his skills

  • The hydroform process is absolutely amazing😮

  • Cool bike moped. I've never seen anything like this in my life. Colin, I admire you. good health to you.

  • I've been watching colinfurze videos for quite a few years now. I absolutely love and cherish the fact that Colin has grown and can do most things that he wants to in this modern era, but I still miss the old struggle videos where he did not have proper tools and had to make due.

    • its hard to keep the same vibe but while not standing still as a person but out of a lot of channels my size or age i'd say i have kept things as original as i can........still in the same shed lol

    • I hear you. I think for me the spirit was always in his creations and in his wondrous mind.

    • @colinfurze agreed as I said in my comment I love and revel in the vibe from your channel keep it up brother!!

    • ​@colinfurze lol

    • Remember when you had to get blisters removed after he fire bombed his garage on accident?

  • Should you add a way to fill the wheels? Having some pressure in there might make them more resistant to damage?

  • Colin I love ur videos and I absolutely love the music u put into them!!! You’re a huge inspiration and hero of mine! Never stop being you bro!

  • Dude literally lives a science fiction dream respectfully this man is one of the greats in our generation

  • Awesome build, would it work with a third sphere on the front instead of a tire? Or would it be too awkward for you to put your feet on?

  • I always appreciate the music he selects for his videos. It's cool that it's all from viewers.

  • "the plasma cutter on the farm" this guy is living his best life, and the attention to detail in his projects/recording/editing is truly remarkable. I also like the fact that the music choice is always genuine and not something fully predictable compared to other content creators.

    • colin always has bangers

    • @Bumble And a lot of other fireworks.

    • Speaking of "The Farm" You realize that once he's finished making the tunnels from his shop to house to bunker, He's going to have to start on a tunnel to the Farm right???? >GRIN

    • Repent to Jesus Christ “And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you.” ‭‭Luke‬ ‭22‬:‭19‬-‭20‬ ‭NIV‬‬ H

    • Aw thats cool to see that people are listening to it. He used my music - song 3 and 4 in this video! I sent him an email 1.5 months ago and hadn't heard anything back. I was so damn surprised to hear this today :P

  • Commentary Colin is a gateway to new humor and more insight to the builds :O

  • Watching that ball inflate was like a visual magic trick. I would swear, without the context of what was going on, that it was done in Blender.

  • Imagine having him as a dad. That would be perfect

  • Great video Colin . We all knew you had balls of steel for all the crazy videos you do 👍👍

  • His kids have GOT to have the coolest Show and Tells... EVER!!!

  • its amazing how much time and effort he puts into these videos

  • I now have tool envy. Big time. I recently moved from one state to another, a complete life change. I had to sell a lot (most) of my tools to make the move. I'm nearly retirement age, so there is no way I will replace all of my tools at this point (nor do I want to). I can live my tool life vicariously through Colin. Colin, you are absolutely BRILLIANT! And very entertaining!

  • the casual excursion into the tunnel under the workshop is such a flex

  • I like how he also shows how to do it with simple tools

  • Colin you're so in tune with your audience. You've got all these resources and a massive new shed full of all of the toys of your dreams but you take the time and go back to your humble shed, only flexing your tunnel and plasma cutter for a minute. Amazing work!

  • You Sir are having way too much fun... Keep it going.

  • Hands down the best CS-tvr. It would be a close second with some other CS-tvrs, but Colin's taste in music just catapults him far ahead, AND he's goes above and beyond by putting the artists in the description.

    • And back in the day he used local bands to him in Stamford. He now gets his followers to suggest and gets the same outcomes

  • For traction on wet grass. You could dimple it like a golf ball while still maintaining it's non grass tearing features

  • Your channel gives me so much happiness i absolutely love it, 1 of the best things (and there's many) about it and probably the key to your success is your attitude, its perfect, not serious or uptight, free ..........thankyou for everything you do

  • I have been a long time viewer and i admire how dedicated you are to perfection on all of your projects; I love it!!! great video of radomness, and you are VERY skilled.

  • Nice work holding. What's the time difference between building a drift trike the old way vs. having all those fixtures?

  • Great buold Colin! I forgot how informative and entertaining your videos are. Think i'll give building one a go!!

  • I hope you never get bored of doing this Mr Furze! You are the ultimate DIY bodger, but without, well, the bodging. Pure perfection.