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A step-by-step tutorial on knitting gauge swatches and how to get gauge no matter if you knit flat or in the round. Read the full tutorial here: 🤍 My knitting needles: 🤍 My yarn: 🤍 Link to square gauge rulers: 🤍 *Note: As an Etsy & Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying Whenever you want to knit a pattern, you have to knit a gauge swatch first so you can get gauge. Meaning you can produce the exact same fabric the designer used as a building block for the pattern. But a lot of knitters struggle with this process and this video will show you 5 very important reasons why you may not be able to get gauge - and easy tips and tricks to avoid that. A lot of people use bad rulers, knit too small swatches, knit flat swatches for projects in the round, don't block their swatches, or use a wrong stitch pattern. There are so many reasons why you may not be able to get gauge - or you even may succeed but your project still doesn't fit. And it's my honest opinion that only through understanding what you are doing - and the limitations of the process - will you be able to knit sweaters, etc that fit. Gauge is very hazy kind of undefined thing and once you realize that you actually need to measure and compare, you will be able to become a better knitter. Here's the tutorial on knitting neater ribbings: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction to knitting gauge swatches 1:27 Not getting gauge the first time is no big deal 1:58 Problem 1: Knitting too small swatches 3:53 Problem 2: Flat swatches for projects in the round 6:12 Problem 3: Not washing, blocking or weighting your swatch 7:11 Problem 4: Using the wrong knitting stitch pattern 9:25 Solution 1: Change needle size or brand 10:49 Solution 2: Use a different needle material to knit 11:41 Solution 3: Change yarn 13:06 Solution 4: Change your tensioning method 15:33 Part III: Why getting gauge is an illusion 16:11 There's no blocking standard 17:30 No way to know how to count fractional stitches 19:24 The solution to the conundrum Link to my second channel: 🤍 ► Support my work and buy me a coffee here: 🤍 ►Buy my patterns here: 🤍 ►Visit my blog for a free knitting school: 🤍 ►Subscribe to my newsletter for a free pattern & regular updates: 🤍 ► View my projects on Instagram 🤍
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▶ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ▶ You can read the full post here 🤍 ⌚Timestamps: 00:00 - Intro 00:32 - What is a pressure gauge? 00:56 - Types of pressure gauges 01:16 - Mechanical pressure gauges 02:03 - C type bourdon tube 03:15 - Zero and multiplication error 04:46 - Calibration procedure 05:25 - Gauge accuracy = In this video, we’re going to talk about a very common instrument found in the industry today, the Pressure Gauge. It would be difficult to walk through any industrial or food processing plant or manufacturing facility without seeing a pressure gauge of some type. A pressure gauge is an instrument for measuring fluid intensity in a pressure-powered machine. This fluid intensity is specified by the force that the fluid would exert on a specific unit area. Typical pressure gauge intensity measurement units are pounds per square inch (psi), or newtons per square meter called the Pascal. Categorizing Pressure gauges has become more challenging with the introduction of electronic transducers and devices. Historically, pressure gauges were mechanical devices with analog scales. Today we have pressure gauges with pressure-sensing transducers operating electronic digital readouts. There are many types of mechanical pressure gauges. Three of the most common types are 1) Diaphragm, 2) Bellows, 3) Bourdon Tube. 1) A diaphragm pressure gauge uses the deflection of a flexible thin membrane called the diaphragm to measure the pressure of the fluid in a system. 2) A bellows is a corrugated expandable device made up of corrugations or ribs called convolutions. The bellows are usually brass or stainless steel and very sensitive. Pressure is supplied to the bellows causing it to expand which in turn, moves a pointer. 3) Of those three mechanical pressure gauges, by far the most common is the Bourdon Tube type. The most common type of Bourdon tube gauge is the C type in which the tube is shaped to resemble the letter C. The tube is opened at one end and sealed at the other. A change in pressure causes a deflection in the tube that is proportional to the applied pressure. The actual movement of the tube is converted into a pressure indication on a calibrated faceplate. The maximum movement of the pointer is usually 270 degrees. A typical bourdon tube pressure gauge has a rack and pinion driven by an adjustable link and lever. As the tube straightens due to a pressure increase, the sealed tip will move. A link attached to the tip of the C tube transfers the motion to a sector gear. The sector gear meshes with a pinion that turns a shaft that is connected to a pointer. The motion of the shaft causes the pointer to move on the calibrated graduated scale. As with most instruments, routine adjustments are required on Bourdon Tube pressure gauges. The two errors that require adjustments are Zero Error and Multiplication Error. - Zero error is the error of the same amount and in the same direction throughout the entire pressure range regardless of the input pressure. - Multiplication Error is the error when the total movement of the mechanism does not equal the total change in input. Calibration is normally done on a workbench using a pressure sourcing device such as a deadweight tester. Zero error is corrected by repositioning the pointer on the shaft or by changing the tension in the spring. Multiplication error is corrected by changing the length of the levers. A mechanical pressure gauge will have an analog readout or analog scale. Many of today’s pressure gauges are equipped with a digital display. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME B40.1 Standard defines the accuracy grades of dial-type gauges. Requirements differ from one industry to another and the ASME B40.1 would be your guide for proper selection. = Get a RealPars pro membership: 🤍 = Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = - Pressure Sensor, Transducer, and Transmitter Explained 🤍 - What is an Instrument Calibrator? 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO: 🤍 = Follow us on Facebook 👉 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 👉 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn 👉 🤍 Follow us on Instagram 👉 🤍 #RealPars #Industry #PressureGauge
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Adam looks upon the landscape of pin gauges to dive back into an examination of metrology (the science of measurement!) and demonstrates how he uses this set of steel calibration equipment in his machining projects. They're some of the most useful tools for chasing zeroes in the shop! Steel Pin Gage Set: 🤍 Adam Savage's One Day Builds: Gauge Block Storage Rack: 🤍 Adam Savage's Epiphany on the Science of Measurement: 🤍 Join this channel to support Tested and get access to perks: 🤍 Tested Ts, stickers, mugs and more: 🤍 Subscribe for more videos (and click the bell for notifications): 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Amazon Storefront: 🤍 Savage Industries T-shirts: 🤍 Tested is: Adam Savage 🤍 Norman Chan 🤍 Joey Fameli 🤍 Ryan Kiser 🤍 Josh Self 🤍 Kristen Lomasney 🤍 Jen Schachter 🤍 Kishore Hari 🤍 Sean Charlesworth 🤍 Kayte Sabicer 🤍 Bill Doran 🤍 Ariel Waldman 🤍 Darrell Maloney 🤍 Intro bumper by Abe Dieckman Thanks for watching!
►►► READ THE FULL BLOG POST: 🤍 Knitting gauge is one of the most important knitting concepts to understand. It's the difference between garments that fit and garments that are disastrously too small or too large. Someone who understands knitting gauge has a world of well-fitting sweaters, mittens, socks and more at their fingertips! In this video, we'll go over what gauge is, why it's important, and how to get it so that you can start knitting things that fit! As a wise yarn wrangler once said, "If you want to knit something that fits, then you got to get gauge." VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:14 Introduction 01:24 What’s Knitting Gauge Anyway? 03:46 Knitting Gauge in the Real World 05:47 How to Knit a Gauge Swatch 10:05 Should You Block Your Gauge Swatch? 12:30 How to Block a Gauge Swatch 14:07 Measuring Your Gauge Swatch: Stitch Count Edition 16:33 Measuring Your Gauge Swatch: Row Count Edition 19:48 Troubleshooting Gauge 20:20 Your Gauge Has Too Few Stitches or Rows 25:36 Your Gauge Has Too Many Stitches or Rows 30:19 Thanks for watching. Buh-bye! HELPFUL RELATED VIDEOS: ➜ Knitting in the Round for Beginners: 🤍 ➜ Doubled Pointed Needles for Beginners: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Music Used in this Video: Lakey Inspired: 🤍 Joey Pecoraro: 🤍 YoWiLLLL: 🤍
Eddie tests the 10 most popular Presta air pressure gauges to find the best bike tire pressure gauge and gets some surprising results. In the end, he shares which one was his favorite. Models tested were: The links below are affiliate links, meaning at no cost to you, Simply Mountain Biking will earn commission if you click through and make a qualifying purchase. Digital: -Topeak Smartgauge D2 - 🤍 -SKS Airchecker - 🤍 -Scwalbe Airmax Pro - 🤍 -Blackburn Honest Digital Pressure Gauge Analog: -Accu-gage Professional - 🤍 -Jaco Bikepro - 🤍 -Godeson -Giyo Venzo Low Pressure: -Accu-gage Professional - 🤍 -Planet Bike Fat Max 15 Testing was done in the style of Project Farm. Project Farm is a great channel that Eddie likes very much and supports as a Patreon Patron. Eddie plans to use similar methodology in other tests - but only on mountain bike products. For more unbiased testing on a wider range of products, you should check out Project Farm's channel here. 🤍 This video was not sponsored by any of the brands mentioned in the video, all opinions are our own. This video should be considered for entertainment purposes only, any action you take based on the content of this video is strictly "at your own risk". #simplymountainbiking #SMB #mountainbiking
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The shotgun world is a mess of old standards & notations, and nowhere is this more evident than the way we define bore diameters. Just about everyone is familiar with terms such as 12-gauge or 20-gauge, but what exactly does gauge mean, and how does it translate to an actual diameter? This video explains the history and math behind the gauge system used to define shotgun bores, and discusses the shotshell sizes in use today. Please note that any comments on the relative popularity and availability of the shotshell sizes and loads discussed here are from a North American perspective. Things may be different in other parts of the world. The Shotguns 101 video series focuses on general shotgun topics. I already have a lot of ideas for future videos, but I'd still like to hear any suggestions you might have. I recommend watching this video with the annotations turned on. I'll be adding various notes to provide further details and address some common questions and potential points of confusion. There will be no giant flags blocking the video, and absolutely no begging for subscriptions or likes. Shotguns 101 Playlist: 🤍 Remington 870 Tips & Tricks Playlist: 🤍 PROGRAMS USED: Adobe Reader 9 Audacity AVS Video Editor 6.3 Google Chrome Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft Word Rhinoceros 3.0 Windows Paint Windows Picture and Fax Viewer DISCLAIMERS: By accessing this video, the viewer signifies their understanding of, consent to, and agreement with the following: All products and copyrighted works mentioned or shown herein remain the property of their respective creators and/or owners. I make no claim to anything in this video that I didn't personally create. Any such elements are used herein for educational and informative purposes; and the purpose, character, and substantiality of their use does not, to the best of my understanding, constitute copyright infringement according to 17 USC § 107.
In this video, This Old House master electrician Heath Eastman teaches host Kevin O’Connor about wire gauges and the applications for different size wires. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: 🤍 Master electrician Heath Eastman gives host Kevin O'Connor a lesson on wire sizes. Heath displays different wire sizes, ranging from thin to thick. He explains how each wire type gets its name and gives Kevin some examples of what each wire might be used for. Wire sizing can be confusing. AWG? Aught? 14/2 vs 14/3? What does it all mean? Master electrician Heath Eastman teaches host Kevin O’Connor what these sizes mean and what wires of different sizes are used for. Where to find it? Heath explains the range in electrical wire gauges and how they vary depending on the load needed for a specific appliance. Electric current has a limited capacity dependent on the size of the wire. Circuits are available in different voltage loads to provide the exact amount of electricity required for a particular appliance. The larger the wire, the more current it can carry, meaning large wires support heavier electrical loads and smaller wires support lower loads. Electrical wire can be found at your local home improvement store. Looking for more step by step guidance on how to complete projects around the house? Join This Old House Insider to stream over 1,000 episodes commercial-free: 🤍 Plus, download our FREE app for full-episode streaming to your connected TV, phone or tablet: 🤍 About Ask This Old House TV: From the makers of This Old House, America’s first and most trusted home improvement show, Ask This Old House answers the steady stream of home improvement questions asked by viewers across the United States. Covering topics from landscaping to electrical to HVAC and plumbing to painting and more. Ask This Old House features the experts from This Old House, including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor. ASK This Old House helps you protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home. Follow This Old House: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Understanding Wire Gauges | Ask This Old House 🤍
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In this video, you'll learn the principles and the fundamentals for clean, consistent, accurate layout when using a marking gauge. 👕 Purchase Merchandise Here! 🤍 PRODUCTS RECOMMENDED IN THIS VIDEO: 🔸 Veritas Wheel Marking Gauge 🤍 🔸 Titemark Wheel Marking Gauge 🤍 🔸 Wooden Cutting Gauge 🤍 CHAPTERS: 😤 Getting Impatient? Skip to the good stuff below: ⬇️ 00:00 Intro 00:41 Uses & Limitations 02:05 Finding Centre 02:45 Types of Gauge 03:14 Marking Gauges 03:55 Cutting Gauge 04:30 Should The Wheel Spin? 05:23 Which Gauge Is Best? 05:38 Flipping The Blade 06:42 Mortise Gauges 08:09 Techniques 08:56 Pushing vs. Pulling 10:15 Creating a Clean Line 11:50 Cutting With The Grain 14:03 Summary MY FREE ONLINE COURSES: 🚀 Purchasing and Using Tools Correctly 🤍 🪚 How To Make a Dovetailed Box: 🤍 🛠 How To Make a Cabinet: 🤍 🧰 How To Make a Toolbox: 🤍 ✏️ How To Design Furniture 🤍 HOW TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: 💪 Become a Patron - Donate a Regular Amount of Your Choice 🤍 👕 Purchase Merchandise - Premium Materials, Quality Design. 🤍 🎁 Wishlist - Help us Purchase New Equipment & Resources! 🤍 🍺 Send a Tip - Quick, Easy, and Massively Appreciated! 🤍 WOODWORKING BOOKS I RECOMMEND: 📘 Collins Complete Woodworkers Manual 🤍 📖 Workbenches: Design & Theory to Construction & Use 🤍 📚 The Overstory - My Favourite Fiction Books about Trees 🤍 MY FAVOURITE TOOLS: 🪚 Knew Concepts Fret Saw 🤍 ⬜️ Faithfull Engineers Squares 🤍 ⚙️ Veritas Wheel Marking Gauge 🤍 🗡 Precision Marking Knife 🤍 🎥 Lumix S1H Mirrorless Camera 🤍 🪚 See EVERYTHING I Recommend HERE: 🤍 KEEP UP TO DATE WITH ME: 🟪 Instagram: 🤍 🟦 Facebook: 🤍 ⬜️ Twitter: 🤍 🟧 Patreon: 🤍 🟥 Pinterest: 🤍 🌍 My Website / Blog: 🤍 💌 Monthly Newsletter: 🤍 🕵️♂️ WHO AM I?: My name is Matt Estlea, I'm a 25 year old Woodworker from Basingstoke in England and my aim is to make your woodworking less s*. I come from 5 years tuition at Rycotewood Furniture Centre with a further 1 year working as an Artist in Residence at the Sylva Foundation, which is where I began growing my business. I then returned to Rycotewood to teach Evening Classes for 2 Years, while also teaching City and Guilds Furniture Making for 3 years. They were some long 12 hour days! In September, 2021. I resigned from teaching at the school to focus on my own business. 🎓VISIT THE FREE SCHOOL HERE 🤍 I like to have a laugh and my videos are quite fast paced BUT you will learn a lot, I assure you. Lets go make a mess. GET IN TOUCH: While I take time to read every single message I receive whether its emailed, DMed or asked publicly on social media, sadly I do not have time to reply to everything. If you have a short message you’d like to send, it’s best to send me a message on Twitter. 🐣 Tweet me here: 🤍 For longer messages, please drop me a message via the contact page on my website. 📨 Leave Me a Message Here: 🤍 PS: Some of the links in this description are affiliate links that I get a lil’ commission from recommending at no extra cost to you. If you’d like to know more about how this works, and what businesses I work with, please read my affiliate disclaimer here: 😑 Affiliate Disclaimer: 🤍
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Learn how to test your gauge for crochet projects and why it's important. You can find the Shaun the Sheep project shown in this video in issue 3 of Your Crochet & Knitting magazine. You can find the magazine in any UK supermarket or click here: 🤍 This video is kindly sponsored by Practical Publishing. My Website is in maintenance mode at the moment, but please find the written instructions below: Testing your crochet gauge is really important if you are creating projects such as toys or garments. If you don't get it right, you could end up with a jumper that is a lot bigger or smaller than you anticipated. When it comes to tension squares and testing you gauge, it can seem a little complicated. But hopefully I can break that down for you today in order to make it seem a little less intimidating. What do I need to know first? You may find Gauge information on your crochet pattern. lets use todays example of '20 stitches x .... rows per 10cm square' This simply means that when you measure 10cm you should find 20 stitches within that measurement. It will also give you suggested yarn and suggested hook size. How to make your tension square Ideally you should use the suggested yarn, however this isn't always possible. If you want to substitute your yarn, make sure it's the same yarn weight. e.g. Double Knit. You want to start off by making your square with the suggested hook size. In this case, I made my square 10cm x 10cm which was 20 double crochet stitches wide and 20 rows high. I then measured the stitches between 0cm and 5cm and doubled the number. I do this in order to save a little bit of time but it works the same. What to do is the numbers don't match? If you discover that you have too many stitches per the stated measurements then your tension is too tight. In this case, you can INCREASE your hook size to cater to your tension. if you find that you have too few stitches per the stated measurements, then your tension is too loose. In this case, you can DECREASE your hook size. Don't worry if you have to make a few swatches to get it right. Believe me it's much better to spend a little time with your swatches then realise you entire project is wrong. #crochet #crochettutorial #easycrochet #testgauge *Some links may be affiliate links which will allow me to make a small commission on any products purchased through my recommendation. Please note that this does not influence my opinion or recommendations in any way. Subscribe to my newsletter: 🤍 Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook here: 🤍 POPULAR VIDEOS: What to do with your ends: 🤍 How to change Colour: 🤍 Keeping a straight edge: 🤍 Boarder tutorials: 🤍 Left Handed videos available : 🤍 Other crochet tutorials : 🤍 Crochet basics : 🤍 SHOP FOR MORE SUPPLIES: Bella Coco Store: 🤍 Crochet Accessories: 🤍 Other Printable PDF patterns: 🤍 It important to know that there is a difference in UK terms. The techniques are the same, there is just different terminology. Being aware of this from the beginning will help you with learning to crochet, this conversion chart will help you: CONVERSION CHART LINK: bit.ly/Conversionchart OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME:- Follow me for Craft and Crochet:- Website: 🤍 Vlog channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Follow me for Lifestyle and behind the scenes:- Lifestyle channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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