vladimir51ful: how do you know the dimensions in centimeters?
jose Espinoza Mere: que marca es tu router
Ferz Nator: he said he has no money, then he shows all the machinery he has lol
LUIS ARIAS: DONDE CONSIGO LOS PLANOS
Pablo muñoz: ESTE PROYECTO LE PERTENECE A MATTHIAS WANDEL, PORQUE HE SEGUIDO MUY DE
CERCA LA EVOLUCIÓN DEL PANTOROUTER DE MADERA, HASTA SU FABRICACIÓN EN
MATERIAL DE ALUMINIO.
William Joseph Giraldo Orozco: a test
Chuyen Nguyen: cong nghe nay co cung cap khong nhi
Irfan Nirvana: it,s so briliant.....
please send to me the plans,,, because I don't have much money... please
ironmyno: How many hours would you say this build took?
Vladimír Plevko: Ďakujem za perfektnú ukážku.
Jim Keuer: Tcosta, @ 2:30 in the video, you have your chisel bevel side up, you'll
find it's much easier to "scoop" wood out with the bevel down. Having the
bevel down allows the chisel to come back out of your piece without
spitting the wood. Happy Woodworking!
BrushCountryJamboree: I like your design better, since you went with 1/2" tenons.
Luiz Gueiros: please, do also Bandsaw
Adel Haroun: thanks
JESUS PEÑALOZA MENDOZA: oye el proyecto esta genial, felicitaciones, me puedes facilitar las
plantillas para las medidas .gracias.
JOMAG0121: send a plans please im from mexico,nice work my mail is
Luiz Gueiros: thanks, after your video, unable to build my pantorouter.
BeeRich33: Ah that made me laugh: "no money nor patience"
Nevir202: LMAO at the end, "Thank God that's over!" I'm sure I'd feel the same if I
tried to build it. But I think I'll stick with, I''m glad I've never been
crazy enough to attempt building something like that!" :-p
LE VAN HUNGTECH: Rat tuyet voi. Tu duy thiet ke toi uu hien thuc
Fredrik Thorsen: Great work!
mbr72cnc: Nice work, Congrats to you
DBLRedRibbon: Matthias' website is on this video's description, check it out. he sells
the plans for $12
Mark Young: Great job in building, videography/choreography/planning/teaching. Yeah,
that Matthias is such a genius.
lampoon154: That was really well done. Thanks for sharing! BTW, loved the music.
jose lopez: send my a plans please!!! i am from venezuela, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pavel Kraus: Great!
Bruce Wood: What type of lathe were you using to make the round parts? It appears to be
a metal working lathe.
James Haigh: What is ‘UMG’? Why won't this video play in my browser?
richard mitchell: Holy glue job batman.
James Sugden: How do I get plans for the pantorouter's
ElTelBaby: Hi ... Nice video ... Shame about the music between commentary. ...
jallenmorris1: Matthias Wandel sells these plans at his website.
Dan D: ahaha, dude, just buy them as the author did and show some respect to
Stetson Griffin: Great job my man. how many hrs did it roughly take ya if you don't mind me
youllregretit: i just made 50 tenons while you made the machine, and then 2 more while you
cut the copy using hand tools and patience.
annarboriter: are there any index marks on the table for the wood pieces or do you just
eyeball and then clamp?
Cosmas B: Nicely done! I also purchased the plans but I have to build a decent table
saw first. I'm looking foreward to building the panto router already!
Mark Young: Great job on building, but also on photography, chronicling your
construction, speeding up tedious segments, as Mathias does.
John Douglas: Great video. Must be an easier way to build the track for the pantorouter?
frank howarth: Wow, nice project, nice video work, and great storytelling!
Kevin Dawes: Roughly, how long did it take you to build, and what is your woodworking
skill level? btw, Matthias is a god. He needs a show like Norm used to
have. I liked Norm but Matthias is way more interesting.
jimbooth3: I have been considering building the pantorouter. I appreciate that you
posted a video of your construction. What type of plywood did you use for
your router holder? What was the source of your hardware? (I live in a
small Southern town and have to order much of my project materials & tools
on line.) Thanks...