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Thread: I just started a Youtube channel. What do you guys think?

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    Default I just started a Youtube channel. What do you guys think?

    As the title says, I just started up a channel. I am going to focus on quick tips that hopefully everyone can use (beginner and pro alike), with the occasional longer video showing techniques and projects. I've got four videos up now and plans for about 25 more for the future. I've got a long video (it might have to be two-parts) in the works right now on different techniques for locating your work piece on the mill. I should have that up sometime this weekend. Here's the link to my first video:

    Quick Machining Tip #1 - T-slot Pins

    Let me know what you think or if you have something you'd like to see covered. Thanks!

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    Hi Stuart. I watched two of the shorter videos, and they were great. Your voice is very clear. Thanks for taking the time to make them.

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    Good job, Stewart. Looking forward to your tips. Subscribed.

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    Well done Stuart. Clear and to the point. I will be looking forward to seeing more of your videos as well. I also subscribed.

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    Very good job. Straight and to the point.

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    Yea .. nice

    Little note ... when you see your other vids on the side, its customary for there to be a little diddle
    saying what the vid is about. Either in words or a tool tip type thing when you put your cursor on it.
    John Titor, when are you.

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    Just watched your YouTube vids, they are well done Thanks for your effort. Looking for more.
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    Mel Larsen
    I would rather have tools that I never use, than not have a tool I need.

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    I really enjoyed these great tips and processes. Thanks for your efforts. Tom

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    A+ Very good!

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    First class!! Obviously the presentation was well thought out beforehand. Clearly articulated. No stuttering and stammering. No boring repetition or digression. ....and NO music, thank you for that!!

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