Repair DAMAGED Hydraulic Cylinder for CAT 651 Scraper | Part 1

2 kwi 2021
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This video is Part 1 of repairing a damaged hydraulic cylinder for a Caterpillar 651 Scraper wheel tractor. This is the Apron lift cylinder on the machine and has been damaged by something causing massive amounts of scratching inside the barrel and on the piston. In this part 1 video we start with the old cylinder barrel and set up in our lathe for machining out the welds to remove the barrel end and head flange. We use welding on the head flange and heat with flame torch to expand and remove. The head flange needs to be bored out, built up with weld and then machined out to suit the new barrel tube. We then set up the new steel tube in the lathe for machining the outer diameter and boring out the inner diameter to match OEM standard and interference fit for head flange. We then measure and drill in oil port holes into the new barrel and heat up with flame torch ready for interference fitting the head flange.
In this video we are using:
- TM-26120G Lathe
- BM-63VE Milling machine
- WIA 500i Weldmatic welder
Watch part 2 here:
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  • Hey viewers Happy Easter and thanks for watching todays part 1 video of the damaged 651 apron cylinder! Sorry about the background noise of the rain we had plenty of it for a few days. How's that cliffhanger ending 😅 keep an eye out for Part 2 to see how it ends up! 😎👍 Subscribe and hit the bell icon to turn on notifications so you don't miss our weekly uploads. 👇 🤳 Follow us online here: Instagram Facebook

    Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering AustraliaMiesiąc temu
    • @CGT80 thank you so much for your comment. I really appreciated. I hundred percent agree with you and of course thank you for watching :-)

      Jimmy's Auto ClinicJimmy's Auto Clinic15 dni temu
    • @Jimmy's Auto Clinic It was well lit, well shot, well explained, and looked straight forward...........then I got to the bloopers and all hell broke loose! As a pro in a number of trades, I can tell you that people who think pros don't ever fuck up or run into problems are wrong. A pro just knows how to fix it or work around it effectively so that the end product is great!

      CGT80CGT8022 dni temu
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  • Great work satisfying seeing you do all that machining.!! And your staffy is Cute! my labrador loves paying with staffies!

    Adriano Valentino AUSTRALIAAdriano Valentino AUSTRALIA4 godzin temu
  • Dog comes to greet hooman at 31:50

    Chetan KChetan K15 godzin temu
  • God I love Youtue, you get to learn about all sorts you would never even find about in your daily life. I work in manufacturing but this is not an area I know anything about. Great stuff.

    Grannys GussetGrannys Gusset17 godzin temu
  • WIsh i had a lathe, even for small parts.

    Tony NamelessTony Nameless20 godzin temu
  • Why gender specific? You sayin gals don't watch?

    Team PheneTeam PheneDzień temu
  • Would it be a feasible solution to build the inner surface up by spray welding?

    OhYeahBabyOhYesOhYeahBabyOhYesDzień temu
  • what do you guys think this repair cost? vs buying a new cylinder?

    liddell157liddell157Dzień temu
  • How did you acquire so much knowledge about all these mnachines? How can I begin to work at a shop lik yours when I graduate welding school in January 2022? You never seem to have a boring day! Cheers from Detroit!

    Larry Masters: Power Building & Conjugate TrainingLarry Masters: Power Building & Conjugate TrainingDzień temu
  • You've got me Hooked Mate,great Skill Level and Resourceful in your Work.I've Subscribed now.

    Onisivoro QioOnisivoro Qio2 dni temu
  • Very clever work. What does a repair like that cost ?

    Frank BullittFrank Bullitt2 dni temu
  • You got the 'Oh Fuck's down perfectly! I'm proud of you.

    FriPilotFriPilot2 dni temu
  • Hey Kurtis could you possibly go into more detail on the alignment portion occasionally on your videos? I have some minor experience on lathes and I know how critical the process is. I'm just amazed at how well you can align these giant pieces of hardware. Otherwise I love the videos! I'm fascinated by both heavy equipment and machining processes!

    Sean CummingsSean Cummings2 dni temu
  • Suffolk 12 miles away from me in Cambridgeshire enjoy the 🍻

    David Jhon jayDavid Jhon jay3 dni temu
  • i am gonna say this is amazing work cx

    0xp0xp3 dni temu
  • Hey guys, I used to do this exact same type of repairs when I first started machining in 1981 (Fuck (!) I'm old.). 40 years in. At first, it was very, very intimidating, but after doing a bunch of them, "Piece O'Cake". I really enjoyed that video. What isn't quite so enjoyable, is standing up on top of one of those paddle scrapers, putting a custom made portable boring bar and fixing that pivot that wears out between the front half and rear half of the machine. Standing in maybe 3 or 4 inches if hydraulic oil in that valley up there. It's been a while, thanks for the memories.

    Robert JonesRobert Jones3 dni temu
  • Родные звуки! Я 10 лет таким занимался.

    Vlad KudasovVlad Kudasov4 dni temu
  • Car, Brewdog is a Scots Company, based at Ellon Aberdeenshire. Beers bloody good, ENJOY!!!!

    AlexAlex4 dni temu
  • Fair dinkum, this Aussie knows his stuff......

    passtheparcel2007passtheparcel20075 dni temu
  • 35:09 Fuck , fuck , fuck.

    Андрей КоломейцевАндрей Коломейцев6 dni temu
  • I was delighted with your work. it's very cool !

    Анатолій SАнатолій S6 dni temu
  • Swarf porn.

    Anthony WilsonAnthony Wilson6 dni temu
  • What is that contraption in the shot of the rain that has a crane boom and a clam bucket (looked like)?

    Baron ClimeBaron Clime7 dni temu
  • Hate those plastic deburrers, brake them like tooth picks, or maybe I'm just an animal. Thanks for the video.

    Coen JohnstonCoen Johnston7 dni temu
  • I thunk the slow motion shots are my favourite part of these videos. And watching repair work on machines I will never use is fascinating. I'm amazed at how much knowledge I'm gaining, especially by comparison to many of the more "regular" machine channels. I'm not entirely the knowledge will ever be useful, but I'm really enjoying the content regardless. There's just something fascinating about watching the big equipment getting fixed. Great stuff.

    woopimagpiewoopimagpie7 dni temu
  • Thank goodness all that foul language was cut out of the video.

    Johnny MacJohnny Mac7 dni temu
  • Love the outtakes

    Erin MantheyErin Manthey8 dni temu
  • Le informo que es UD. Un profesional tu le doy un 10 en su oficio. Yo me he dedicado toda una vida a la mecánica en sistemas de inyección diesel ,en todas las marcas del mercado ,ejemplo CAT. Komatsu,Perkins etc.

  • Brilliant, cant stop watching your videos. Your engineering capability is awesome and the equipment and tools you have is to die for. The video music and especially the slow motion is really effective.

    Zeno eleaZeno elea9 dni temu
  • Cutting thread looks like voodoo magic.

    ITOITO9 dni temu
  • Hi Carl :)

    TaizunTaizun9 dni temu
  • respect! - from UK

    Stephen SOMERSStephen SOMERS9 dni temu
  • Thank you so much. It is big and interesting project

    Pavel VenzherPavel Venzher9 dni temu
  • So love your video thank you

    lymeng porlymeng por10 dni temu
  • The swearing.

    Raoul G. GonthierRaoul G. Gonthier10 dni temu
  • Nice Job, nice late

    Hernán Alexandro Garibay RodríguezHernán Alexandro Garibay Rodríguez10 dni temu
  • at 3mn10 he s remember me the t1000 in terminator 2....^^

    David RinpeDavid Rinpe10 dni temu
  • How important is the O.D. in applications like this? I was wondering due to the time save it would be to not cut the O.D.

    R3NTAC0PR3NTAC0P10 dni temu
  • In last moment he knew he fucked up... My regrats Kurtis! That was painfull.

    NickmannedOneNickmannedOne10 dni temu
  • As a machinist for over 50 years, I really appreciate seeing complex machining solutions such as this on large parts. I am curious that you never turned on the coolant until the boring of the new cylinder? Do you normally machine dry?

    NaberAutoNaberAuto10 dni temu
  • Desde Argentina muy bueno el trabajo que realiza,y el método de solucionarlo, felicitaciones!

    Juan Di MartinoJuan Di Martino10 dni temu
  • Do you source your raw materials here in Australia or do you have to buy offshore?

    Sociopathic NarcissistSociopathic Narcissist10 dni temu
  • How do the zig zags help it come out?

    alekivkalekivk11 dni temu
  • Enjoyed the sound of the rain, rather relaxing. Thanks for the video.

    Bill MossBill Moss11 dni temu
    • Glad you enjoyed it

      Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia10 dni temu
  • Experienced worker takes years to train ! The one able to do such an operation at least over 10 years in the trade ! Thanks for sharing this experience !

    Fung Chi LeungFung Chi Leung11 dni temu
    • Thanks for watching mate appreciate the comment

      Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia10 dni temu
  • Goddamn it, Carl.

    Jcreek201Jcreek20111 dni temu
  • Nice video Carl, loved it...

    Tom BeringTom Bering11 dni temu
    • Thanks Tim! 😂👍

      Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia11 dni temu
  • insane over the top skill set, the welding is simply amazing...

    uno efxuno efx11 dni temu
    • Thank you very much!

      Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia11 dni temu
  • Isn't he the lucky dog to have you give him such a wonderful life? And how lucky are you to be part of that fine fellows's life? Thank you kind, caring soul. And regards to our allies who have stuck with us thru good and very bad times.

    Ojo Felix NMOjo Felix NM11 dni temu
  • I noticed all of your measurements are in metrics except pipe OD and ID. Did you know there are only three countries in the world still using English units? Unfortunately the USA is still one of them.

    trangia94534trangia9453412 dni temu
  • Muito bom se isso fosse mostrando ex antes creio muitos seria especialistas e mestres parabéns. Muito top VLW

    Helio de alcantara da silvaHelio de alcantara da silva12 dni temu
  • Love these restoration videos. Cool to see the professional level of restoration. Mine are alot more amateur.

    Rad RestorationsRad Restorations12 dni temu
    • Thanks for watching

      Cutting Edge Engineering AustraliaCutting Edge Engineering Australia11 dni temu
  • I love the caption at the begging... "We are having alot of rain" ... oh thank you for informing us, that's very helpful in the event we didn't see the rain in the video... very helpful... LOL "Thank you Captain Obvious" LOL

    Jim BrentJim Brent12 dni temu
  • This is absolute, quality. Really appreciate what you do and the time it takes, to allow us a view into your working life. Thank you. Paul, Scotland

    125spectrum125spectrum12 dni temu
  • what kind of TIR spec on this particular shaft? i see quite a bit of "wobble" when youre turning the actual shaft. just curious

    Steve MarkovitzSteve Markovitz12 dni temu
  • ничего не понятно, но очень интересно

    Дмитрий НелюбинДмитрий Нелюбин13 dni temu
  • big respect from Poland very good job

    MrRaf134MrRaf13413 dni temu
  • would be really interesting to know what you're charging for these kinds of repairs

    Hague1970Hague197013 dni temu
  • As a senior heavy equipment mechanic from manitoba canada it looks like your doing a great job. Now I can see what it takes to rebuild all the cylinders we have sent in for repair thanks. 👍👍🌟🌟🌟🌟👍👍

    Paul MannPaul Mann13 dni temu
  • You sir are an artisan. I'm not a machinist but your skill and knowledge are spot on. I am fascinated with watching your work and skill. You take an otherwise damaged piece of junk and rejuvenate it into something beautiful and amazing. Cheers from mid West US. I Look forward to more videos.

    john maxwelljohn maxwell13 dni temu
  • "Hi Carl" 🤣🤣

    David SharkeyDavid Sharkey14 dni temu
  • You guys are amassing.

    Bienvenido, Jr. CabreraBienvenido, Jr. Cabrera14 dni temu
  • expert

    leroy marraleroy marra14 dni temu
  • you are a master buddy

    davevanden1davevanden114 dni temu
  • Love the way how shiny the metal looks

    peace frogpeace frog14 dni temu
  • I actually really loved the sound of the rain all the time. I guess it comes from us being an often rain starved country. But to me, there's nothing quite like the rain on a tin roof or shed. Unless it fucking floods...

    owl3764owl376414 dni temu
  • Is this a one man one woman shop? One dog too?

    baggerf14baggerf1414 dni temu
  • It would be interesting to know how long some of these processes take.

    Joe HuffJoe Huff14 dni temu
  • You've done all this great work only for the doggo to steal the show lol.

    linkuei83linkuei8314 dni temu
  • I wonder if your customers ever watch these videos to see how their job was done.

    Toby GrovesToby Groves14 dni temu
  • That's some amazing work and tooling. What are the tolerances on a job like that?

    georgianbentsgeorgianbents14 dni temu
  • Ты наш ! Наш родной сварщик!

    Рамис АхметовРамис Ахметов14 dni temu
  • Мужик ! Ты супер ! Ты мастер !

    Рамис АхметовРамис Ахметов14 dni temu
  • I think I just found my new favourite channel! Love the videos. Keep up the great work!

    Chickenandfriends7883Chickenandfriends788314 dni temu
  • What happens if you try to weld without any grounding on the part?

    Not DaveNot Dave15 dni temu
  • I should have listened to my Mom and learned a trade! ... great to see a professional tradesman at work! ... thanks Kurtis. 👍

    Pitt BradPitt Brad15 dni temu
  • 25:46 - we all know it, lol.

    heavyweightheavyweight15 dni temu
  • If you dont mind me asksing. How much would a job like this cost a customer?

    Maximus AviationMaximus Aviation15 dni temu
  • Amazing one-man machine shop (not neglecting Dog & Mrs Kurtis). Curious to know what a job like this costs being so labour intensive as opposed to getting a new part?

    Toys by GeorgeToys by George15 dni temu
  • Pardon my ignorance, but why no cutting/cooling oil or fluid? Would it help with longevity of your cutting bit?

    Dave BrownDave Brown15 dni temu
  • Очень нравиться ваше видео! Спасибо за русские субтитры

    Валерия МаликоваВалерия Маликова15 dni temu
  • Just as well you can weld, cause you sure as shit can't talk hahaha!¬

    Iain ChalmersIain Chalmers15 dni temu
  • Love your channel. Keep it up and and don't bother your video with bullshit background music.

    ZarimiZarimi16 dni temu
  • Excellent thanks.

    Patty O'DoorsPatty O'Doors16 dni temu
  • I like to see the dog hiding under the table😁😁😁🤣

    Mr Mo’XaMr Mo’Xa16 dni temu
  • Awesome videos!ty

    A CanadianA Canadian16 dni temu
  • Abom79 sized boring bar

    Tom JohnsonTom Johnson16 dni temu
  • Good to see the rain and hoping the fire season won’t be so harsh. Southern California here has been very dry this spring and now we’re basically out of the rainy season

    LawrenceLawrence16 dni temu
  • You could use a narrator to do the speaking parts. and leave out the "FUCKS". LOL which I think are funny as hell. You are a smart guy not to many guys can do what you do. Maybe your camera girl can hold up cue cards for you.

    Steve TSteve T16 dni temu
  • I am not saying it's the way you should have done it your clearly a professional but why couldn't you have taken one end off and inside bore it and make a new slightly oversize piston for it? It would have saved time from taking one end off and inside and outside boring the new cylinder.

    Mark MartinMark Martin16 dni temu
  • you really make great video's almost like being there with you

    kenneth connorskenneth connors16 dni temu
  • That's some serious machine work and fine craftsmanship. G'day mate.

    Ernesto OchoaErnesto Ochoa17 dni temu
  • This is basically what Joe Biden is doing with the presidency: re-boring it so all the parts work properly together again.

    CloudCloud17 dni temu
  • Holy crap, if that's alcohol that's immediate termination at most factory jobs here in the states.

    CloudCloud17 dni temu
  • It's not the level of skill and knowledge that get me, it the level of care and the amount of detailed attention making sure it is perfect that make this guy very much unique in this day and age and why customers can trust him (let's be honest you can't trust many people nowadays). I'm sure technically he can hold his own against the very best too.

    Stefan ParockiStefan Parocki17 dni temu
  • Highly skilled. Australians are top notch.

    Georgie BoyGeorgie Boy17 dni temu
  • This like a bit more interessts then some Actionfilms. 31:54 hundi means water.

    Karsten SchulzKarsten Schulz17 dni temu
  • sweet dog

    Kai KaufmannKai Kaufmann17 dni temu
  • Hats off to you guys...I really enjoy your videos. Me and my son(7) are always watching your vids. Like we say in Newfoundland..."you'd put an arse in a cat" Awesome job!!

    Lyndon MoultonLyndon Moulton17 dni temu
  • 9/89 at this time Cat and the UAW weren't the best of friends at all. Hell just a few years later the had a 2 year long strike/lockout at multiple plants in the USA. In 89 the plant that made this machine was under a work action that several times the UAW lost before the NLRB. This should give you a better idea of what the machine endured to even be made.

    harold Bentonharold Benton17 dni temu