Hydraulic Press Channel – Which is the Strongest Wrench Type? Hydraulic Press Test!

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Julkaistu täällä: marraskuu 3, 2018 Julkaisija: Hydraulic Press Channel

Combination wrench, adjustable wrench, socket wrench which one is strongest? We but all in to our 40 ton press and crush them to find out! Don’t try this at home! Link to making of video https://youtu.be/Qa_zWxjac1A
Slow motion footage is filmed with monochrome Chronos 1.4 high speed camera https://www.krontech.ca
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Do not try this at home!! or at any where else!!

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10 comments

  • Hydraulic Press Channel 2 vuotta sitten

    For more workshop related stuff and making of for test jig used on this video check out our second channel Beyond the press! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCveB47lgzZJ1WOf4XYVJNBw

    On tomorrows video we are going to shoot anvils with gunpowder on that channel so subscribe that channel also to see that!

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  • Ted Rowden Jr 2 vuotta sitten

    Would of appreciated a more scientific approach. This is a video of let's just destroy tools IMO. Not a let's see what's stronger. Length/size/temperature of tool, where you apply pressure and what angle it's applied at, all change the breaking point of the tool and how hard it is to acieve. For instance the breaker bar is really long therefore the same amount of pressure on the end of it translates to more power, than say, the endwrench. That's why the damn tool was invented, to amplify stress applied to it. Therefore it will seem to break easier even though it probably applied the most pressure to the stand holding it.

    Tldr; title is clickbait. Video about destroying tools, not about clarifying strength tiers.

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  • Constant Variable 2 vuotta sitten

    Please do this one…
    https://youtu.be/HTJ0i0e9KVk

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  • Mario Gillette 2 vuotta sitten

    ou can call the "What the hell is this?" a Ratchet or a Socket Wrench in English. I call it a Socket Wrench.

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  • Ryan Tubbs 2 vuotta sitten

    2 million subscribers! Any day now. Im glad you get to do this as well. Works out well for all of us. We get entertainment, you get to do fun stuff! I cant wait to see the BTP video tomorrow!

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  • Michael Rod 2 vuotta sitten

    They break in real life using them in the same places as well.

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  • LonelyZeno 2 vuotta sitten

    I can't wait for the 2 million subscriber special!

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  • Miirukka 2 vuotta sitten

    Imma place my bet on ”What the hell is this”

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  • Aries Might 2 vuotta sitten

    SNAP ON vs MATCO vs SEARS vs a industrial brand.

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  • Zane 2 vuotta sitten

    Keep at it, you'll get it loose.

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