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Real skill here for those who like bricks, mortar and a "Master" tradesman.
Watch the start and then fast forward to 6 minutes 53 seconds (Give or take a minute)
I agree ! how bloody good is that guy.
If this was in Australia there would have been scaffolding, wood supports, steel fixing and it would have taken a week to complete. The only thing I noticed was ..the weight of those bricks must have been light? otherwise that roof even with the key stone surely would have tumbled in on itself otherwise who ever mixed that cement must have been a scientist
I think the Romans were doing this about 2000 years ago.
"The Australian Labor Party is a democratic socialist party and has the objective of the democratic socialisation of industry, production, distribution and exchange, to the extent necessary to eliminate exploitation and other anti-social features in these fields." - ALP Constitution.
and this is probably how they got the cement up there
Don't be shy....Stack it high!!
Instead of starting a new thread, thought I'd place a few construction / manufacturing videos which may be of interest.
This video is probably suited to those folk who enjoy watching Blacksmiths at work with very large pieces of steel.
A Chinese forging factory using a massive pneumatic Hammer and producing a large large diameter weld neck flange.
The end result is quite impressive.
I was expecting tumblers...
Apple Campus Construction - Solar Power to the max. 26 Dec 2016
View from drone.
Oroville Dam is the tallest dam in the USA; the Main spillway has been absolutely smashed to pieces.
This is a "very" clear video of the damage; notice the men (Size ratio) top right side of the vid.
The whole area is currently a huge construction site operating 24/7.
They say there's lots of gold which has been washed into the Feather river. (Feather river was - californian Gold rush loc.
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I am subscribed to this guy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy4w2O … xTbDZ-bYWQ
He teaches bricklaying in Spain I think.
Every now and then he gets tiny bricks and demonstrates 1:3 sized bricklaying in the classroom.
Would love to get him over here to do some work.
Now stacking: World Junk Silver Coins.
Swap your older, worn, dirty fractional silver coins for fiat, .999 rounds or legal tender.
Individual coins, mixed lots or bulk.
Not looking for Australian, bent, holed or damaged coins, thanks!