Video doesn't show the making of it, just how it works
Congratulations Tools & Stuff - your Pile Driving Barge is the Tool of the Week!
For those watching this video, the pile driving action starts at 11:17
HUGE week on the site; this is a tough win. Some of the nicer tools that have been posted this week include: Side Mounted Trailer Crane by Frank S, Lathe Milling Head by Metaler, Spill-Proof Oil Can by jjr2001, Cheese Spreader Handles by Paul Jones, Belt Grinder Knife Sharpening Attachment by garycullen, Skid Steer Hammer Mount by Frank S, Laser Alignment Tool by sohackitj, CNC Maxi Pallet by jjr2001, Power Hacksaw by pier, and Saw Table by Tuomas.
You'll be receiving one of our official HomemadeTools.net T-shirts:
Please PM me a mailing address, black/white color choice, and size preference, and I'll get it mailed out shortly.
And, we've added the wrench-on-pedestal award to the awards showcase in your postbit, visible beneath your username:
Congrats again and nice job!
Tools & Stuff (Oct 28, 2016)
The porous of the piles being driven along a shore line would in all likely hood have been the precursor for a retaining wall in an effort to slow or prevent erosion
Hopefully someday I will be able to recover lost data from several of my old hard drives to sho w3 or 4 of the barges and pile drivers I built years ago
Never try to tell me it can't be done
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Paul Jones (Jan 7, 2018)
No the barge was purpose built for hammering piles into this very lake (well 2 lakes). I have yet to find what has happened to footage after this point, but I can always take some pics to show you the finished result. I should do it soon before we get more rain so you can see the below waterline view as it currently stands.
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