Building a door out of oak boards, and doing a decorative stone and steel entrance way on the end of a shipping container castle.
0:00 - 3:49 Introduction
3:50 - 10:08 Building the wood door
10:09 - 11:58 Building the metal door frame
11:59 - 13:20 Hanging the door
13:21 - 15:48 Metal work
15:49 - 18:29 Stone work
18:30 - 25:40 installing door lock
25:41 - 27:36 Finished product
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While looking to purchase raw land to build on, and dreaming of the possiblities, I stumbled across your "castle" build. Its incredible what youve done, and inspirational to see what a man can do when he sets his mind to it. Ive watched every video about your project I could find. Some, two and three times. Brother, you're a beast. For sure. My mind is blown.
How do you have time for all of this with everything else you do?
Where you self tought in all you do?
Your channel is amazing and I am very jealous to say the least in all the fun you seem to have and what you do.
When Levi was going up the stairs, he was looking back wondering when you're going to put in an elevator. A nice container set up vertically like your tower but shorter could provide an access shaft to all of your floors. You have the skills to build an elevator.
Your a 21st century Richard Proenneke! I admire your mountain fortress! Subbed a few weeks ago after watching the Essential Craftsman build a burke bar for you. Now I’m going thru and watching all your videos.
Nice show, but for those planks, next time if you add in the dowel or biscuit jointing process, it will get you a even more solid and impeccable piece. After all those oaks would be so expensive materials if you had really bought them.
Husband and I are talking. We agree you prove that a man can be productive, creative and do magnificent work without a woman telling him what to do. No one to tell you when to come to bed. We are enjoying the heck out of your channel! Southern Oregon salutes you!
I will never tell you not to do something but you are accepting a large risk angle grinding right above your femoral artery. At least have a name brand tourniquet nearby because without keeping real good pressure you might not have time to make one.
Love you channel, Love your door. I wanted to watch this video but could not, The Indian dance drumming , drove me off. Maybe because my sound is amplified , If I mute I can't hear you talk. but that thumping, whew!!!!! sorry just me I think.
Been watching this project for a long time. All I can say is......WELL DONE my friend!!! Everything looks great and I appreciate the time you put into your videos. It shows us "Newbies" how things that need work can really be done ourselves if we just stop and look at it and think about it long enough to figure it all out. Thank you for sharing!
Andrew, is your castle actually where you live? It is very impressive but is it cost effective to heat and cool it? Or do you just insulate and condition the air in a small part of it?
Looks like it will last as long as a castle too. Maybe you’ll need more bluestone to keep the metal body of it from eventually rusting. Your imagination, implementation and videos really are great. Keep them coming.
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