Making A Mallet


  • Am Vor 3 years

    The Small WorkshopThe Small Workshop

    Dauer: 6:20

    Making another homemade tool, a dead blow wooden mallet. The brass part is a standard 3/4 "T" fitting and it's partially filled with lead.
    Handle is turned on the lathe from an old piece of plum wood that was full of cracks, knots and bugs. Not exactly the best material for a hammer handle, but it will be used for gentle tapping not really hammering things, so it should last a while.
    The tips are made of hard wood and I'll probably epoxy some leather on one of them. I also plan to make some in different shapes, some wider, some pointed and some rounded and also one from aluminium and one from plastic.
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    I first saw this kind of mallet on Chris Pine's channel: association-eliezer.org/ch-UCoiFVDvzJX8tXXF5GsUPc_Q
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    This video is for entertainment purposes only, not a tutorial.

    Mallet  Dead Blow Hammer  woodworking  lathe  Wood  homemade  tools  mallet  hammer  brass  

czredhead
czredhead

The wooden heads will chip away and eventually split.

Vor Stunde
Brian Traxler
Brian Traxler

Excellent work!

Vor 13 Tage
king kong
king kong

0:42 tang ina mo?

Vor 22 Tage
Mr. Bradshaw
Mr. Bradshaw

Judge hammer

Vor Monat
Brads Workbench
Brads Workbench

What kind of little lathe is that? I’ve been looking for something small I could just make handles with

Vor Monat
Enes Demirbaş
Enes Demirbaş

👍

Vor 2 Monate
Hudson
Hudson

What does mineral oil do for sanding?

Vor 2 Monate
ZxZ bissteP
ZxZ bissteP

nice..very nice

Vor 2 Monate
BluegrassBushcraft
BluegrassBushcraft

Another awesome tool making video. Thanks for sharing.

Vor 2 Monate
king Raven
king Raven

Or break of a chair leg and you got one

Vor 2 Monate
Rick Rose
Rick Rose

That's brilliant! How have the handle threads held up? Looked like something you might have to epoxy at some point.

Vor 4 Monate
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Handle is still secure after all this time, I even had to make a new set of heads for it since the first ones were too used up. So I don't think the handle will be an issue in time.

Vor 4 Monate
Taylor Leger
Taylor Leger

Just use a pipe for the handle

Vor 4 Monate
Milan Radak
Milan Radak

Excellent job

Vor 4 Monate
Luis Fernando
Luis Fernando

1. why dont melting down the lead? 2. using a 3/4 pipe as handle saves about %70 of the time you spent here

Vor 5 Monate
Bob Ross
Bob Ross

It is so ingenious that you use a T coupling!!!

Vor 7 Monate
Whatcha Cookin?
Whatcha Cookin?

Great build!

Vor 7 Monate
The_ Joker
The_ Joker

ORDER, ORDER!

Vor 8 Monate
Lisa G
Lisa G

Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing.

Vor 8 Monate
Stephen Ater
Stephen Ater

Liked and subbed. Thanks a lot!

Vor 10 Monate
Scrappy Winner
Scrappy Winner

What’s that spinning tool

Vor 10 Monate
sarahhh
sarahhh

5:09 why was this so satisfying

Vor 10 Monate
cogpastorc
cogpastorc

Nice handle.

Vor 10 Monate
Hari
Hari

Amazing creativity buddy. Hats off

Vor 11 Monate
myster. E Jones
myster. E Jones

Very Sweet! ☺, "The Ultimallet!" a fully customisable Dead blow mallet! Brilliant! (I only ever used cheap airgun pellets for the weights in my mallet attempts,, 500 pellets, at just over 1 gram a piece is over half a kilo, for about 3 quid, better impact characteristics too, the smaller bits, equals faster smoother transter of the weight/ power. And with your design you can can turn almost any head to fit it, nylon, ally, brass, even leather (bonded to a base thread obviously) it's a brilliant design! So I'm nicking it! 😊 (for purely personal use btw, and if anyond asks. I'll link them straight to you) I hope the cheap airgun ammo idea goes some way to make up for it! 😊

Vor 11 Monate
Stan Evans
Stan Evans

myster. E Jones is

Vor 2 Monate
Джаглион
Джаглион

Слишком тонкая ручка, нужно будет прилаживать много усилий чтобы такая киянка не скользила в руке во время работы.

Vor 11 Monate
Angie Varela
Angie Varela

What is that machine called for shaving the wood

Vor year
Mojave Mola
Mojave Mola

The comedic timing of the jump cut and speed up of the sawing at 0:38 got me for some reason.

Vor year
Gareth Snook
Gareth Snook

cracking don't fancy selling one?

Vor year
Alex C
Alex C

If this mallet is going to be used on Chisle it will break the heads of the Chisle because it is a hard wood

Vor year
Wolfsangeleyes
Wolfsangeleyes

@ The Small Workshop Just a guess here, but I think this hammer would also be perfect for hammering metal wire (for wire wrap jewelry)

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

No, it's not for chisels, it's intended use was to tap metal parts, like lathe morse tapers, drawbars and other accessories. And the heads can be made from any material since they screw on, so you could make different sets from plastic, aluminium, brass, lead, or any wood of your choice.

Vor year
Mohamed el shaer
Mohamed el shaer

Very good

Vor year
Edson Gonçalves
Edson Gonçalves

*NOSSA UM EXELENTE PROJETO, PARABÉNS👍*

Vor year
Frank M
Frank M

Well done!! nice project in the future!! Frank

Vor year
Ms. Nightshade
Ms. Nightshade

0:46 made me laugh a bit too hard XD

Vor year
Radzee Nadzri
Radzee Nadzri

Seriously beautiful

Vor year
Enlighten
Enlighten

More like a Gavel

Vor year
Baldi
Baldi

You better hit something wtih a mallet

Vor year
Skate Boards
Skate Boards

What benefits does the mineral oil have when sanding?

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Reduces dust in the air.

Vor year
John F
John F

That is so Cool. Thank you for the video.

Vor year
Jill Patricia Lyons
Jill Patricia Lyons

that was fascinating to watch...

Vor year
Greasy Steve
Greasy Steve

Damn. Great job

Vor year
Kosmos Br
Kosmos Br

Great idea and better video

Vor year
Graves Broderick
Graves Broderick

What was the point of using mineral oil for sanding?

Vor year
Graves Broderick
Graves Broderick

MrConminer Oh ok, cool! I would have never guessed!

Vor year
MrConminer
MrConminer

Zaco Cast CA glue finish works just fine. I'm using it for my pens. Mineral oil for less dust and it raises the grain.

Vor year
Graves Broderick
Graves Broderick

Also, did he finish it with CA super glue? I would have never thought that would work!

Vor year
Cody Chamberlain
Cody Chamberlain

What kind of mini lathe is that?

Vor year
Alireza Vaezi
Alireza Vaezi

you made thread cutting die from a coupling!!! YOU'RE A GENIOUS and I love your work

Vor year
Richard Beehner, Jr.
Richard Beehner, Jr.

Did you seal the brass Tee to avoid tarnish?

Vor year
SmarT Odd
SmarT Odd

fantastic build!

Vor year
[TBT] TheUnseenBiscuit
[TBT] TheUnseenBiscuit

inventive

Vor year
EINAR VOLSUNG
EINAR VOLSUNG

if I were to softly smack any thing with that it would become lose and break .I am sure some sort of apoxy should be used...not sure how much that will help..on the bright side it is nice looking

Vor year
gettingwarmer
gettingwarmer

Hi there. Love this idea. I live in Australia and used eucalypt hardwood for handle and heads. I had a lot of trouble getting the threads to cut. I also used a 3/4 coupling for as a thread cutter, and filed 4 grooves to make cutting threads, but it was very hard going to push the wood in, and the threads didn't turn out great. Any tips?

Vor year
Charles T
Charles T

I'm in Melbourne, if you want a native material to use as your mallet face you could use ironbark (we used to just burn it for firewood before I found out how great it was as a handle material), preferably from a stony area where you can harvest it out of the root burl if you can find a solid enough chunk. Some people might say that using ironbark burl will be brittle, but it's more likely that the thread will deteriorate quicker than it breaking up, and you shouldn't have trouble if the piece you harvest is solid enough. Personally I'd say that thread is too fine and will break out of the brass T too easily, I'd use epoxy and a steel Butt Weld fitting (Reece HVAC-R outlets will be able to supply you) Awesome idea using the T piece though! might whip one up over the weekend haha

Vor year
MARCUS VINICIUS
MARCUS VINICIUS

Perfect!

Vor year
Pyro killer
Pyro killer

Is one of the tools a sharpened screwdriver ?

Vor year
Cliff Andrews
Cliff Andrews

I just made one !

Vor Monat
Pyro killer
Pyro killer

cringlecoulson asked my wood work lecturer he didn't have a clue

Vor year
cringlecoulson
cringlecoulson

Pyro killer I thought the same thing

Vor year
Patrick Novak de Paula
Patrick Novak de Paula

Trabalho maravilhoso show.

Vor year
HΞLLBΞNT
HΞLLBΞNT

Brilliant idea.

Vor year
Phillip Iacobacci
Phillip Iacobacci

Now that was very cool. Great looking mallet, thanks for the video

Vor year
Robert Evans
Robert Evans

very nice indeed....

Vor year
Fifi Gazepis
Fifi Gazepis

That is a piece of art...

Vor year
Kebo
Kebo

Beautiful

Vor 2 years
the happymachinist
the happymachinist

Very cool, one could also use shotgun shell shot for weight...how one acquires the shot is up to the builder. once again cool video.

Vor 2 years
Andy Seckinger
Andy Seckinger

Really like the simple thread cutter

Vor 2 years
jwilmanmd
jwilmanmd

Did you epoxy the handle to the t-fitting? I notices that there were only one or two threads on the handle. It may not stand up to hammering with only those threads. Beautiful job!!

Vor 2 years
Mar immi
Mar immi

WOW! you are a delight to watch! I search and search for Japanese craft channels because they are great technicians. Great to come across you. I am subscribed!!

Vor 2 years
Barry Parks
Barry Parks

nice job

Vor 2 years
ViktorDoom Ramirez
ViktorDoom Ramirez

Padrisimo trabajo amigos.... Saludos desde CDMX. México

Vor 2 years
mogbaba
mogbaba

Smart use of material and bice product.

Vor 2 years
telosfd
telosfd

Really artistic, but why you cut inside that coupling?

Vor 2 years
Elias Bardis
Elias Bardis

that thread cutting idea was brilliant

Vor 2 years
Larry Briggi
Larry Briggi

Beautiful piece.  Thanks.  How did you get the threading for the handle and heads to be straight?  I'm struggling with getting the turned pieces to sit square on the "T".

Vor 2 years
elton herrera
elton herrera

beautiful piece!!! it was a good turn.

Vor 2 years
BOFH402
BOFH402

Why the mineral oil before sanding? I love this deadblow mallet. The fitting is all brass or just plated?

Vor 2 years
BOFH402
BOFH402

Okay, that makes sense. I will have to try that. Lovely mallet.

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Mineral oil makes sanding dust free. The fitting is all brass, kinda standard for water pipe fittings where I live.

Vor 2 years
chuckschilling
chuckschilling

Nice job. I'm not crazy about the design of the handle, but your lathe skills are impeccable and you did an excellent job here.

Vor 2 years
Mark Waggoner
Mark Waggoner

Ok so I liked this project so much I had make one for my self. It turned out pretty good if I do say so my self. So now I have three. Thanks for the video and inspiration.

Vor 2 years
ade harris
ade harris

bloody marvelous nice bit of kit

Vor 2 years
Steve James
Steve James

Very cool... Well done!

Vor 2 years
InvolvedObserver
InvolvedObserver

Beautiful - so cool!

Vor 2 years
Michael Anway
Michael Anway

Nice Hammer!

Vor 2 years
Tome4kkkk
Tome4kkkk

Looks perfect for a wooden handplane adjuste!

Vor 2 years
Schwarzer Birkendreher
Schwarzer  Birkendreher

nice work!

Vor 2 years
Matthew Chapman
Matthew Chapman

With real tools, you would be unstoppable. V nice.

Vor 2 years
Mitty
Mitty

i think the wood was of the prettiest you've used

Vor 2 years
Александр Бондаренко
Александр Бондаренко

отличная работа !!!

Vor 2 years
luis fernando sanzo beltran
luis fernando sanzo beltran

VERY COOL

Vor 2 years
Gerda Shupe
Gerda Shupe

Loved your sushi board

Vor 2 years
Nikolay Lozovoy
Nikolay Lozovoy

Very cool !!!

Vor 2 years
Greg Peck
Greg Peck

Beautiful job. What model lathe do you have there?

Vor 2 years
Charles Trubl
Charles Trubl

that hammer is beautiful!

Vor 2 years
Doug Keen
Doug Keen

Wow man, that came out really awesome! Great work!

Vor 2 years
BlakedPotato
BlakedPotato

what kind of tool was he using in the lathe

Vor 2 years
bayashi23
bayashi23

Like that design!

Vor 2 years
BushCraft FOX
BushCraft FOX

beautiful

Vor 2 years
Captain Swaggadick
Captain Swaggadick

Why didn't you hit something with it?

Vor 2 years
Yusdi Zulfikar
Yusdi Zulfikar

Captain Swaggadick wedi coplok iku mase.

Vor 9 Monate
Baldi
Baldi

He needs something to do

Vor year
Rhianne Moll
Rhianne Moll

He needs a volunteer subject....

Vor year
NATUR UND HUND -
NATUR UND HUND -

KLASSE!!!

Vor 2 years
ThunderDog
ThunderDog

Good stuff, I like the threading idea.

Vor 2 years
Christian
Christian

Nice Job!Thanks for sharing.

Vor 2 years
Old Man from Scene Twenty Four
Old Man from Scene Twenty Four

Excellent! Just thinking out loud ... The hammer end can kill Zombies but, if you were to sharpen the handle end to a point ... you can use it to kill Vampires as well. LOL

Vor 2 years
Roc Lo
Roc Lo

very nice I like that but i noticed a knot in the neck of your mallet which if it runs to deep means you might have to turn another handle because that not would cause a very weak point in the handle neck

Vor 2 years
jimgam730
jimgam730

I like that!! That's cool

Vor 2 years
pablo24scotland
pablo24scotland

Lovely job

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you!

Vor 2 years
Grim
Grim

That is not a mallet. It is a piece of art!

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you!

Vor 2 years
John Conklin
John Conklin

Very nice. I bought a tee, probably 5 years ago, to do the same thing after I saw it in a magazine (Shopnotes?) and have never gotten around to doing it. Glad you did, lol.

Vor 2 years
Jack Maravola
Jack Maravola

Very nice.

Vor 3 years

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