Most Satisfying Skillful Workers - Amazing Factory Machines and Ingenious Tools


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  • Tai Juan
    Tai Juan Hace 3 meses +19

    As a safety engineer in the US, it's fascinating to see these people and machines at work but at the same time horrifying to see how little effort is put into worker safety. You couldn't (legally) get away with a lot of this in the US.

    • Tai Juan
      Tai Juan Hace 2 meses

      @Wayne Andrus Cool - my name is Wayne, too. Not too many of us...we gotta stick together!

    • Wayne Andrus
      Wayne Andrus Hace 2 meses +3

      This is what makes their operation costs so cheap!!

  • Just Say No
    Just Say No Hace 26 días +13

    I like these videos because show how much hard work some things requires and it helps me to understand why something costs what it costs. Things we consider "simple", might take a lot of work, time and skill and it's good to appreciate that. Not particularly fond of the lack of security protocols for most, some workers are very exposed to injury. Thanks for the video!

  • Dave H
    Dave H Hace 2 meses +23

    I've always been totally captivated by industrial processes! You almost forget to notice the incredible skill of the operators - one move out of time, and you'll pull back a stump!!

  • wayne lalonde
    wayne lalonde Hace 2 meses +45

    This makes me appreciate the safety culture of my work place even more.

    • FallNorth
      FallNorth Hace 21 un día +2

      Videos from other countries like this make me think that there might be a reason 1000s of workers apparently died making Quatari world cup infrastructure.

    • MH Tech UK
      MH Tech UK Hace un mes

      But I bet you would hate paying double for the stuff?

    • Tali'Zorah nar Rayya
      Tali'Zorah nar Rayya Hace un mes +3

      @Scott Archibald didn't even think about that, I personally was more concerned by the enormous amount of dust and/or chemicals breathed by them.

    • Scott Archibald
      Scott Archibald Hace un mes +1

      @Sinais e Maravilhas Maybe not goggles, but ear plugs would be a wonder.

    • Sinais e Maravilhas
      Sinais e Maravilhas Hace 2 meses +2

      Don't be a crybaby....who needs goggles to work with EDM? 🤪 🤣

  • Tiki Tavi
    Tiki Tavi Hace 4 meses +98

    Much respect to the souls who work so hard for so little.

  • Derek Stocker
    Derek Stocker Hace 4 meses +13

    Absolutely fascinating, wonderfully entertaining and shows that the ingenuity of man knows few bounds.
    Thanks so much for this, astounding.

  • Jeanette L
    Jeanette L Hace 2 meses +25

    I can't help but be struck by how dangerous, labor intensive and just crazy hard so many of these are. How many things do I use or benefit from every day that someone broke their back to make? I'm sure many many more than I could ever imagine. Grateful for the hard working people that make the world go round.

  • hendrsb33
    hendrsb33 Hace 4 meses +21

    A lot of this is oddly hypnotic to watch. I'm sure some of these videos are sped up but it's amazing how quickly and proficiently people and machines can work.

    • Jitney
      Jitney Hace un mes


    • David Lester
      David Lester Hace un mes

      @DAVE THOMPSON get a better job then

    • Mostafa Zainy
      Mostafa Zainy Hace 2 meses

      @brTinkerBell صضژصصژسصصژصژ

    • Brandon Powell
      Brandon Powell Hace 2 meses

      I agree that some of these videos are sped up ... But you never worked a job long enough to get very good at your job ... These people come in every single day and do the same thing... Of course your going to get fast at what you do ...

    • Keith Scudder
      Keith Scudder Hace 2 meses +1

      @DAVE THOMPSON I saw Humans working, open your EYES !

  • loose_phlegm
    loose_phlegm Hace 3 meses +36

    Hats off to the forge workers I work in a drop forge. Extremely difficult environment to contend with

    • Miff
      Miff Hace un mes +1

      @Rollin' Mark ikr. What's interesting is how selective the feminists are in choosing where the 50:50 must apply

    • Rollin' Mark
      Rollin' Mark Hace un mes

      @Miff Good luck with that for these jobs.

    • dekippiesip
      dekippiesip Hace un mes +1

      @David Lester probably meant as a joke to poke fun at the 50:50 crew when it comes to management positions.

    • Leandro Madrid Andres
      Leandro Madrid Andres Hace un mes

      Apreñd3r á toçár la gu8arraa
      0ara que sirbe el

    • Miff
      Miff Hace un mes

      @David Lester sorry, is that idea new to you or something?

  • David
    David Hace 4 meses +6

    Some of these machines are out of this world and the hands of the skillful workers are phenomenal. Also some of these machines would have been awesome in the Saw movies 🎬 😂

  • jay fizzle
    jay fizzle Hace 4 meses +21

    Much respect to those working dangerous jobs with superior skills with no safety protection like shoes or glasses but still work at a high level. 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

    • The gaming aficionado 0809
      The gaming aficionado 0809 Hace un mes

      @Cringe thing is though we have machines and automation, which is faster and safer.

    • Cringe
      Cringe Hace un mes +2

      They deserve more than respect, they deserve much better working conditions and pay.

    • The gaming aficionado 0809
      The gaming aficionado 0809 Hace un mes +2

      There is no respect for those who are dead from something going through their eye and into the brain

    • Simon Messer
      Simon Messer Hace 2 meses +3

      it is the poor that does this

  • John Van
    John Van Hace 3 meses +8

    There is no limit to the genious of mankind who invented, programmed and work these amazing tools and machines!

    • Chris Conley
      Chris Conley Hace 2 meses

      Yay!!! Let’s not leave out the crappy Asian country or countries that make theses things come together at unlivable wages and brutal working conditions. Hooray!!!

  • Jack Momma
    Jack Momma Hace un mes

    What REALLY blows my mind are these factories... the machinery involved in the production processes themselves, and the systematic ways that each component operates in-time with with the next one, and so on... how does a manufacturing engineer even come up with these systems of machines? Where does one even begin in the design process?
    Not nearly enough praise or discussion is ever given to those who are involved in these kinds of innovations

  • AS Tzfat
    AS Tzfat Hace 4 meses +8

    These human labors and skills!!!

  • Евгений Боткин

    Вот кто должен обладать благами, и иметь высокие доходы. Тот кто создает и творит, а не болтуны- политиканы, шоумены, "звезды" спорта. Настоящие звезды создают настоящие блага.

  • Luka⚡
    Luka⚡ Hace un mes +3

    É necessário ter muita autoconcentração,precisão,muita paciência e bastante equilíbrio mental para manusear todas essas máquinas,principamente os novatos,porque um só descuido pode ser fatal ou até custar a própria vida até também para quem já está acostumado em manuseá-las.

  • John C Fernandez
    John C Fernandez Hace un mes

    This video does a great job showing the world when the path to an objective is paved by the invention of yet another unique machine. Combined with the skill that follows repetition, the end result is a product in demand by a global market.

  • Terry Shaw
    Terry Shaw Hace 4 meses +25

    The engineer who programmes the machines is the unsung hero

    • Tai Juan
      Tai Juan Hace 3 meses +3

      How those engineers dream-up this automated stuff is amazing -- and for the must obscure tasks!

    • Ray H
      Ray H Hace 4 meses +1

      Some of them there is no program... like the presses. All there is is up down controlled by the operator with a footswitch

  • Luis Pineda
    Luis Pineda Hace 4 meses +9

    Hell yeah! Makes me proud to be in the industry. Love from the RVA to all brothers / sisters around the world. A millwright.

  • Asmera 45
    Asmera 45 Hace 2 meses +10

    THIS SHOULD BE SHOWN IN EVERY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS kids need to know how the things they take for granted are actually made.

    • Mr. D,
      Mr. D, Hace 2 meses

      Back in the 1970's our high school had a few lathes, a shaper, small furnace, ETC. I worked on upsetters and drop hammers for 5 years forging bullet blades, gang bolts and eye bolts for Allis-Chalmers.

  • Jesse  Pugh
    Jesse Pugh  Hace 4 meses +5

    You know I never thought I would miss production work but here I am watching this video, missing production work lol

  • Mundo da Mecânica Industrial


    • Irene Metz
      Irene Metz Hace 7 meses +2

      How easy to create new contend. Take videos from other platforms, mirror them and just so you have another video.

  • Gary Kenyon
    Gary Kenyon Hace 19 días

    The amazing thing to me is this: if it can be imagined it can be built.

  • xxxYYZxxx
    xxxYYZxxx Hace 4 meses +3

    I love the gas cutting torches. It's amazing that enough acetylene + oxygen with a big enough torch can cut virtually any thickness of metal.

    • xxxYYZxxx
      xxxYYZxxx Hace 2 meses

      @Keith Scudder I have seen such machines, but not sure how thick of a cut they make. From welding shop class decades ago, I recall a chart showing which tip & how much pressure to use based on thickness, and I think it went up to 18" thick or more. Once the heat transfers all the way across the thickness, the rest melts like a hot knife in butter. More gas and a bigger tip would cut ever more thicker metal.

    • Keith Scudder
      Keith Scudder Hace 2 meses +1

      Ever see what water can cut under high pressure ? Thick metal......

    • Magnifico Giganticus
      Magnifico Giganticus Hace 4 meses +2

      It is a ridiculous amount of fun to cut metal that way.

  • Jari Naumanen
    Jari Naumanen Hace 2 meses +2

    It's a skill to keep all your fingers safe during the working day when watching videos.

  • Bayu hutama motor
    Bayu hutama motor Hace 27 días +1

    It's a skill to keep all your fingers safe during the working day when watching videos.

  • China Walking Trip 徒步旅行中国 Exciting China!

    Wow... !!! My best friend, It's always great. Your video is excellent quality. We liked and enjoyed to the end. Thanks

  • Flick Penrose
    Flick Penrose Hace 8 días

    Hot dang impressive engineering! Though the arc-welding parts did mean things to my eyeballs! XD

  • J S Flynn
    J S Flynn Hace 23 días

    Mesmerizing, but often sad to see workers with no hearing protection, or the fellow painting with just a surgical mask. Overseas countries need to beef up worker protection.

  • Rixtronix LAB
    Rixtronix LAB Hace un año +2

    Nice video, thanks :)

  • chevalier michel
    chevalier michel Hace 25 días

    Mixed feeling when i see this video. Some are pure ingenious machines, some show real human dexterity and alas some show only slaves tied down to their machine and follow its rythm.

  • Natures Critter
    Natures Critter Hace un mes +1

    I love how skillful the machines are

    • Natures Critter
      Natures Critter Hace 27 días

      Sometimes the Machinist is nothing more than a feeder. But definitely acceptable point

    • Peter Harris
      Peter Harris Hace 27 días +1

      The machinist and the machine

  • Миша Михайлово


  • Tommy Pugh
    Tommy Pugh Hace un año +3

    Totally amazing….what ingenuity

  • Messy Times
    Messy Times Hace un año +5

    This kind of ingenuity is what makes the world a better place!

    • daffyduk77
      daffyduk77 Hace 4 meses

      but not for the workers when they make a mistake (fatal or slightly less so)

  • Yvonne Hyatt
    Yvonne Hyatt Hace 20 días

    Children ten years old and up ,need to
    See these, teach innovation skills and how things work.

  • Ммм
    Ммм Hace un mes +1

    В 90годы на Туапсинском судоремонтном много чего интересного видел, отливали гильзы цилиндров диаметром пару метров и длиной 8 метров, после обработки на огромном токарном станке устанавливали их в блок двигателя на судне, человек 6 помещалось на поршне, а коленвал просто титанический размер имел, двигатель был размером с 3х этажный дом!

  • ユウメネネ
    ユウメネネ Hace 2 meses +1

    metal steel is truly amazing, there has to be a God that designed it all to work out like this

  • PHALARIS Bajand Smith Art

    Satisfying in deed!!!!! 😍😍😍

  • Nipulkrad Msinatagras
    Nipulkrad Msinatagras Hace un año +5

    *Such a satisfying video right here.*

  • Mocking69
    Mocking69 Hace un año +1

    Great metalworking ~♪

  • simflyer
    simflyer Hace 3 meses +2

    Splitting that rock would of been more precise and faster if he used a rock and copper chisels,if history is to go by 🤣

  • Nabil Freeman
    Nabil Freeman Hace un mes

    Amazing skill... but some of these, I couldn't think of anything but RIP hearing, RIP lungs. Workplace protection!!!!!!

  • Roen
    Roen Hace un año +41

    i used to work very fast with machines in metal construction work. until one day i almost lost my left hand. makes you think twice if working fast with those machines is worth it, especially when you want to keep playing the guitar.
    edit: i forgot to insert "for a shit salary", losing your hand for bs. thank God in the netherlands we have good surgeons and my fingers got healed nicely.

  • Mr. D,
    Mr. D, Hace 2 meses +1

    I ran 3 different size upsetters in the 1970's. Very dangerous but I still have all my fingers.

  • Phil
    Phil Hace 4 meses +3

    Colírio para quem estudou usinagem e produção.

  • Techniques Of Machinery
    Techniques Of Machinery Hace 23 días

    Amazing Factory Machines

  • Я просто обожаю срач

    Я прям расслабляюсь от этого видео

  • Николай Иванов

    Очень интересное производство заплетения тросов -а на корабле в море -как?как люди там заплетают


    О, боже ! Дикая спешка, дикий процент халтуры. А уж в правилах ТБ они разбираются ,как в оставшихся на руке трёх своих пальцах

    • Avantasia Opera
      Avantasia Opera Hace 2 meses +2

      по крайнем мере они хоть что-то создают, а мы живём в самой большой стране где всё есть для созидания блага.... а нет нам нужно воевать, разрушать ломать убивать. Кроме великоруской скрепности ничего то и нет у нас....

  • Lawrence Tate
    Lawrence Tate Hace 2 meses

    I'd like to do every one of those things... for about a minute. More than about a minute of repetitive activity drives me mad. But, it's cool to watch.

  • Песоцкий
    Песоцкий Hace 4 meses

    Просмотрел весь фильм на одном дыхании!

  • Aimee
    Aimee Hace un año +15

    I love these videos! My only worry is human error causing catastrophic injuries.

    • Michael Morrison
      Michael Morrison Hace 3 meses

      Most of the workers appear to be Asian... pretty sure they don’t have OSHA looking out for their safety.

    • Christopher Rogers
      Christopher Rogers Hace 4 meses

      @Fernando Ramirez 🇵🇦 and if you told that same human to do the same job as the machine they created, they would not be able to do it as fast, safely, and/or efficiently. And when you have teams of squishy humans partnered with unforgiving machines, the machines will not stop just because you slipped and put your hands in the automatic clippers, rollers, presses, or whatever other moving part it is. In a lot of these videos there is not enough protection provided to the workers from the machines they are working with.

    • Aimee
      Aimee Hace 4 meses

      @Constitutional Radiation You’re right. I apologize for my flippant response. That unnecessary.

    • Rob MacD
      Rob MacD Hace 4 meses

      I'm sure OSHA is all over it.

    • Constitutional Radiation
      Constitutional Radiation Hace un año +4

      @Aimee it's not just a "man" thing. Machines usually do the same thing over and over again for the most part. What about people getting fatigued towards the end of the day or those who didn't get enough sleep the previous night? I'll bet they don't make a video showing all the accidents they've had using such unsafe techniques.

  • Алмас Курманов

    I would like to see the full production cycle of helicopters in this style.

  • jim Steichen
    jim Steichen Hace 4 meses +6

    It would be more interesting if you would put some titles describing what's being made.

  • Richard Shane
    Richard Shane Hace un mes

    Amazing talent!!! Good job bros n gals!!!

  • Casz
    Casz Hace 2 meses

    I had no idea tire treads were cut by hand. That's amazing.

    • Johannes Scharrer
      Johannes Scharrer Hace 2 meses

      No, they aren't.only in China for se onduse and killing drivers.

    SOLYRISU Hace 2 meses +1

    Дамы и господа. Товарищи. Соблюдайте Технику Безопасности! ВСЕГДА.

  • Edner Di Sessa
    Edner Di Sessa Hace un año +1


  • daffyduk77
    daffyduk77 Hace 4 meses

    Most memorable & amusing moment for me is the stout fellow operating the concrete slurry sprayer at 24:29 , I can imagine being stout would be an advantage there

    • Andy Harman
      Andy Harman Hace 2 meses

      That one made me think "thank God for fat old guys who know how to do a job".

  • David Ivie
    David Ivie Hace 2 meses +4

    Thank you all you unnamed hero hard worker. Big props for the workers we take for Granted
    Thank you
    Happy Thanksgiving to all

  • Terry Richards
    Terry Richards Hace 2 meses

    Love it!

  • Edge of Entropy
    Edge of Entropy Hace 2 meses

    25:37 Seems like a really inefficient way to change tires.

  • KBorham
    KBorham Hace 27 días

    This was mostly horrifying from the risk of personal injury perspective (like the young girl cutting metal with an acetylene torch without any kind of eye protection).

  • Bums Harvest
    Bums Harvest Hace 4 meses +7

    Many of these automated and manual jobs used to be here in the USA. I'd like to see some of those jobs back here.

    • bacon337
      bacon337 Hace 3 meses +2

      Yeah and they'd have actual safety programs. There is no reason except a lack of regulation and profit taking that anyone's hands are anywhere near half these things.

    • B P
      B P Hace 3 meses

      The GOP has gutted unions and shipped jobs over to China for decades. Maybe some day the half that votes for them will wake up.

  • Turinni Husbands
    Turinni Husbands Hace un mes

    I love the word productivity. That's one of the things that sets the world moving. And also it's creates employment. In general, it makes everything better. Productivity wise.⚒️🛠️👷👷‍♀️

    RSTKMC Hace 4 meses

    Ciekawe maszyny

  • Spoofle
    Spoofle Hace 3 meses

    These guys are awesome !

  • Gerald Fellers
    Gerald Fellers Hace 3 meses

    I love the hands on!!! Those days are almost obsolete by the, " Where sorry Bob, gotta let ya go cuz this here machine or robot can do ot faster" type machines!!!

  • Николай Иванов

    Всегда интересно смотреть на производство с расплавленным металлом-и когда они успевают кинуть туда больше углерода так и не показывают-а вот зачем Китайка пристегнула к попе ведёрко-это загадка-только одно приходит в голову

    • Yuri Voroneg Sky
      Yuri Voroneg Sky Hace un mes

      В ведре краска, у нас пром.альпы так же работают. А вот страховка у нее с грубейшим нарушением т.б.

    • Михаил Буланов
      Михаил Буланов Hace 4 meses +1


  • Terry Collins
    Terry Collins Hace un mes

    I’ve seen a number of accidents where drivers think that they are getting a cheap deal only for some to pay the ultimate price☠️

  • kd im
    kd im Hace un año +3

    경외심이 느껴진다.
    개인의 역량을 최대한 발휘할수 있는 민주주의가 세계를 통일하는 그날까지
    오늘도 화이팅이다.

  • Anatolij Iljin
    Anatolij Iljin Hace un año +2

    Многоликость машин и одноликость рабочих,,,

  • Another View
    Another View Hace 2 meses

    It would be nice if they'd follow the product to the conclusion instead of cutting it just before the final product is completed.

  • Dino31
    Dino31 Hace un año +2

    Does making those indents in bald tires help with traction? I’ve never seen that done here in the states

    • Der Keksinator
      Der Keksinator Hace un año

      these are not bald tires. For prototyping the thread gets cut by hand.

  • Eduardo Pous
    Eduardo Pous Hace 4 meses

    asombroso esas maquinas

  • Michael Wilkening
    Michael Wilkening Hace 4 meses +5

    Every time I see one of these videos show the working conditions I thank God for every OSHA reg there is.

  • Christopher Dibble
    Christopher Dibble Hace 4 meses

    The engineers don't wave from the trains anymore, not like they did back in 1954

  • Matt McCormick
    Matt McCormick Hace 2 meses +1

    I see a lot of people not wearing safety glasses and hardhats when they should DEFINITELY be wearing safety glasses and hardhats.

  • 니까야 (빠알리 대장경)

    흥미로운 영상 고마워요.

  • Jay Toser
    Jay Toser Hace 4 meses

    Every video shown here, is so short. I would like to see extended videos, as to the completed product. Of course, that would be many videos . . .

  • Snails
    Snails Hace un mes

    Is... is that floppy hammer? For extra kinetic thingy!?
    On serious note. If you dealing with building project or often renovate stuff, you guys might wanna try that kind of rubber handle sledge hammer. The shock to my hand greatly reduced.

  • Andrew Liss
    Andrew Liss Hace 2 meses +1

    Fascinating to us. A living hell for the workers.

  • MrMangarillo
    MrMangarillo Hace 2 meses

    4:30 do not buy re-treaded tires, very dangerous

  • Peter Wales
    Peter Wales Hace 3 meses

    5:15 These are 1000% Russians! They always come up with such very crazy but still perfect ideas when it comes to building. At least here in Germany! I know Russians they just need a tin can, wire and an old microwave and when it's done you can watch satellite TV haha
    Greetz from Germany.
    (And please, not because there is a war going on, rate this comment politically, but simply humanely! Thanks!)

  • 123TauruZ321
    123TauruZ321 Hace 2 meses

    18:41 Hoooly hell .... is that how rock quarries work .. that's insane ...... how much stone they take out of there .. i wonder if they find gems etc. Crazy crazy crazy.

    FAKE NEWS Hace 2 meses +1

    why did the girl strap that bucket onto her but for at 5:40 ?

  • Jessie James
    Jessie James Hace 4 meses +4

    That guy.., spitting out metal fast as humanly possible, for 9 streight hours a day, every day...That was me . It gets worse too . I should have signed up with Mc Donald's .

    • Floyd Dwayne Viernum
      Floyd Dwayne Viernum Hace 2 meses

      Six days a week. 51 and 1/2 weeks a year. But you don't make enough money to buy the products you're making. And you're like to die from cancer at a ripe old age of 50. But probably not with all your fingers and toes still attached.

  • Joe Moore
    Joe Moore Hace 2 meses


  • Artes Mechanicae
    Artes Mechanicae Hace 4 meses

    8:04 A sublime landscape. Where is this place?

  • Gideon
    Gideon Hace un año +29

    Ah yes, dusty car. The most skillfull worker of the lot.

    • Влад Мещера
      Влад Мещера Hace 5 meses


    • Gideon
      Gideon Hace un año

      I formally apologize for my childish mockery and tomfoolery, I shall make an attempt to be more rational and thoughtful from now on.

  • D. Zion
    D. Zion Hace 4 meses

    Как же мы отстали в станкостроении🤦‍♂️

  • Mr. D,
    Mr. D, Hace 2 meses

    I ran a 335 ton, 18 inch stroke, Niagara punch press making cab tops, backs, doors and fenders for Allis-Chalmers cabs. Good pay, hard work.

  • Bryce P
    Bryce P Hace 7 días

    2:20 that sledgehammer is mounted on a pvc pipe handle 😂

  • Larry Bryant
    Larry Bryant Hace un mes

    I also noticed in this video that some humans kept their jobs instead of a machine or robot 🤖 taking their jobs

  • benzosiara
    benzosiara Hace 9 días

    Workers of the world, unite!!!

  • Jennifer Lawson
    Jennifer Lawson Hace 3 meses

    Can u imagine if we had use of more then 10-12% of our brains 🧠 what we could do?

    • Floyd Dwayne Viernum
      Floyd Dwayne Viernum Hace 2 meses

      You use 100% of your brain, but not at it's full potential all the time.

  • Stephen West
    Stephen West Hace un mes +1

    "Women don't even need men to run the world anymore!"-women
    "Got 38 minutes? Have a seat." -the men who built the world

  • Derek Moore
    Derek Moore Hace 4 meses +1

    Imagine the gruesome workplace accidents!

    • Paul Jones
      Paul Jones Hace 4 meses

      all the time peps getting hurt and real bad my mate nearly lost both legs when a metal girder toppled over on his legs had to get crane and lift it off they save his legs took a long time for him to walk again with two walking sticks he never work again but could walk with sticks short while after he was fixed he got cancer and one and half years later he sadly died rip carl mate

  • Melissa Milstead
    Melissa Milstead Hace 3 meses

    I believe I just watched how 90% of Harbor Freight stuff is made.