In this appropriately large episode Max and Justin talk shop with the great machinist and skilled Youtuber Adam Booth (ABOM79)!
Some of the things we talk about include:
- Adam’s amazing work ethic
- Behind the scenes of a successful Youtuber: hard work and dedication
- Adam’s love and respect for his followers and fans
- Pride and Ownership: Adam tells everyone to do their job, whatever it may be, to the best of his or her ability
- Working for someone and working for yourself
- The giant shaper and its new home
- Adam’s future plans for his shop and equipment
- Beer. Don’t tell us you’re surprised!
- Why this show is so long
All that and much more!
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A very grateful thanks goes out to Adam for agreeing to take some time out of his very busy schedule and join us on the show. You can find Adam on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Abom79 and on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abom79
Max’s website: The Joy of Precision and also his Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdMt_havo3BxZJscvRCOGcw Max’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joyofprecision/
Justin’s Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thecogwheel Justin’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecogwheel/
7 thoughts on “Home Shop Machinists Podcast – Episode 12 – ABOM79!!!”
My Friday just got moved up to a TEN!
Awesome I have been waiting in excited anticipation since Adam let the cat out of the bag last weekend. Listening to the pod cast is like How I watch Game Of Thrones, in between every episode I go back to the start and roll straight in to the new episode. I always find a new gem I missed or forgot.
I have been following Abom since the Practical Machinists days when the Kerns boring mill was outside his dads shop covered with a blue tarp! You Tube has become my Saturday night TV, starting with SnS. Adams videos are always interesting and never tedious.
Awesome episode Justin. The generosity of machinists like Adam is amazing.
I really enjoy these podcast my only complain is can we get them more often? Thanks these are really great for someone just starting out.
I learned alot today. Just found you guys on here, after watching a couple Utube vids. Thank you for keeping this out here. I really needed to hear the hobby vs make it a biz part. I really do appreciate it.
1800 RPM = 60Hz (4 pole) AC power. HERTZ X SEC/MIN X 2 (N & S Poles)/ # of Poles = speed.
(60 Hz X 60 sec. X 2)/4 = 1800 RPM N. America
(50 Hz X 60 sec. X 2)/4 = 1500 RPM Europe