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Author dennis Bergkamp (4 months)
Why do Americans sing songs and constantly talk about being free? They're
free to do only two things, free to work or free to starve.

Author Multvolts (1 month)

Author Nathan Swisshelm (4 months)
Turn the fucking music off dumb ass!

Author jeff fraley (1 month)
Wow, I am fighting to hear the narration because.... grrrrrr really?
Who's idea was that? 

Author E. Edgar Bruce (4 months)
Very interesting and varied field of work this....rotating electric
machinery repair, dc or ac, motor/generator; and winding design,
construction and installation. Good clear video.

Author Mauricio Galano (1 month)
Beautiful work, congrats!

Author Jack Jiang (4 months)
Why the music here? I am confused,it made trouble...

Author Bill H (5 months)
The music has to go. I'd much rather hear your comments.

Author nam le van (2 months)
Mr Thien...Vietnamese

Author joseph mcgish (2 months)
excellent learning video UNFORTUNATELY you left that damn hill billy crap
going in the background and I put a bullet thru my brain 2 minutes in
%#&)&&$%$$%egadds !!!!

Author llVIU (3 months)
that is the most enthusiastic person I ever heard in my life. Also,
bullshit music. I got my own music if I want to listen to music, not your
melancholic/depressive bullshit music that makes it hard to understand what
you're saying. It's already hard enough as it is to understand what you're
saying. drink 3 liters of coffee next time before making a video

Author Ghahu (3 months)
why the music, and why country??? good video though

Author dennis Bergkamp (4 months)
This man has a very relaxing assuring tone, the music is bollocks though.

Author Eden Adam (19 days)

Author AllienKreature (5 months)
Help; how many possible contacts would exist in a starter motor which has
25 commutator contacts? 26 only? are 32 possible? 

Author stargate905 (7 months)
i have always admired the work of motor re-builders or winders

Author TehNetherlands (11 months)
ready to power my grandmom's mobility scooter

Author franco brizuela (1 year)
whats ussualy the purpose of this motor?

Author Định Lê (10 months)
Is he Thien Vietnamese?

Author malik maliksahab (1 year)

Author Ivan Ivanov (7 months)
Nice video !!! :))) 

Author GManGT (10 months)
the music made me want to 'wind' a noose

Author Ccm Casey (1 year)
big fucking dc motor.

Author Frank UHMW (11 months)
I'm curious how much motor winders make an hour. I'm sure it depends but an
average say.

Author ulas sahin (11 months)
Seriously Florida Bearings. An awesome video but you´ve destroyed it with
that background music. Please eliminate it and let the craftsman's talking
do the "singing".

Author Bongnang missingU (1 year)

Author arklanbk (1 year)
is this guy drunk or slow or something? he talks slow/slurred

Author Mark Paine (1 year)
Loose the music. 

Author Miguel Serrano (1 year)
Watched about 30 second of it, heard the country music in the background
then quit watching!

Author Don Foster (1 year)
Very interesting video. Instrumental music (or none at all) would have been
a lot easier to hear the craftsman through instead of singing. Old guys
like me are already three quarters deaf.

Author michael settlemire (11 months)
Interesting video. There are several flaws in this video, first off the
coil leads are tinned, a armature of this size should have coils tig welded
to the commutator. The problem with soldering a comm is as the motor is
loaded and the temperature increases the solder will melt and sling out,
causing a open circuit in the commutator. Next they banded the armature all
the way up to the back side of the commutator riser.thus cutting off the
air flow that would normally cool the armature. This armature will fail
because the winder did not pay close attention to what he was doing .Air
flow is essential in cooling a D.C.motor.

Author Bandicoot803 (1 year)
Too much music, especially when it gets very loud at the end! A good way to
spoil a informative video with music!

Author Masto Page (9 months)
No music Growwwwww

Author stevegek (11 months)
Was looking to wind my own hobby-motor... which is 1:500th the size of this
beast. And just kept on watching this movie. Nice, great craftsmanship. 

Author hashem hashemi (1 year)
Why on earth would you mix in elevator music?

Author ElectroGod (1 year)
Nice video, just turn the country down a notch

Author Tarro Tarro (7 months)

Author Robert Saballa (1 year)
I've been rewinding DC locomotives for 12 years mostly this are
manufactured by CLAYTON of this type others are GOODMAN, JEFFRY, GENERAL
ELECTRIC, the commutator segments are Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welded. WAVE
winding is used

Author ahmed shams (1 year)

Author Carmel Pule' (9 months)
It looks like a lap wound machine with one turn coil consisting of three
parallel wires. I used to make such motors with solid bars as in the
starter motors. I appreciate the equaliser hidden behind the commutator, I
never made one like that as the equalisers were at the other side of the
winding, no mistakes here, eh?
In my time around 1954 to 56 while doing my apprenticeship with the Royal
Navy, I remember putting the armatures in a tall column where we first
heated it UNDER VACUUM CONDITIONS and then without opening it to atmosphere
we opened a valve and the varnish or shellac would enter to immerse the
armature. The the shellac would be drained off through vacuum control and
the heat applied again to dry it. Once it went in for this procedure it was
never subjected to the atmosphere ensuring that all humidity was
extracted. But the Royal Navy could afford the best back then.
We used to wrap steel bands around the armature to hold in the winding and
in the slots we used a half round ebonite or such old material by another
name. Leatheroid and fibreglass tape I remember and I obtained better
cooling than shown in this video. The worse are fully enclosed motors as
used in coal mining activities.

Author g2macs (1 year)
How to make an interesting subject dull.......1. shaky iPhone..2. mumbled
commentary....3....Garth Brooks type Brokeback Mountain music, yeeeh haah!

Author Phil Karn (1 year)
What is the rating of this motor?

Author Traf Rellik (1 year)
Nice video, although I had to turn the audio off to avoid all that noise in
the background (some might call it music, but it's just ear pain to me).

Author Kasin Sitthiroj (1 year)

Author duenodelustucru (1 year)
Chinese patience and craftsmanship, of course.

Author John Aseniero (1 year)
What's the title of the background music..?

Author Chakaj Chaiviratikul (1 year)

Author UglyArmadillo (6 months)
Nikola Tesla mastered armature winding. I learned how to optimize my motor
through his work. You can buy his collection of patents on amazon

Author Matthew Dulude (1 year)
Whats the shitty ass music have to do with these windings.

Author Raul Costa (1 year)

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