My Favorite YouTubers to Learn from!

I watch a lot of YouTube to learn information visually. I also look at a lot of websites for information, but this article is about my favorite YouTubers!

Welding and Fabrication:



Welding Tips and Tricks


Wood working and Fabrication:

Izzy Swan

Mike and Lauren

I Like to Make Stuff

Matthias Wandel

Jay Bates



General Fabrication and Life Hacks:

The King of Random


How to Make Everything

The Hacksmith

Laura Kampf


Electronics and Circuits:

The Ben Heck Show

Great Scott!


Louis Rossmann

Ludic Science


Modern Technology:

Linus Tech Tips


NCIX Tech Tips


Retro Technology:

The 8-Bit guy

8-Bit Keys

The Obsolete Geek

Lazy Game Reviews

Nostalgia Nerd

Tech Moan


Prop Making and Film stuff:


Indy Mogul


Science, Technology and Space:

SciShow Space

Life Noggin



Minute Earth


Cars and Automotive:

Road Kill

Barcroft Cars

Eric The Car Guy

Mighty Car Mods

Chris Fix



Cody’s Lab





My Maker Process

I start with an idea. I pick something I want to make that will help improve my life in some way. All my DIY projects so far have been things I have needed or wanted. Most of these things would be too expensive to buy or I need custom sizes not available at the stores. Continue reading “My Maker Process”

DIY Video Game Console Shelf

I needed a way to have access to our video game consoles to be able to play them.

Before I built this, I would have all the consoles stacked up in one place and would have to remove each one from the shelf, find the wires and controllers then connect everything to play. This caused me to rarely play games because it was not acccessable.

I now made a Video Game Console Shelf on top of my desk right next to my TV. I also have a small CRT TV on the other side for the really retro consoles, they look so much better on a CRT. I used a few video game switch boxes to switch between the consoles.  Continue reading “DIY Video Game Console Shelf”

Make a DIY Fidget Spinner!

My wife Lupe made a DIY Fidget Spinner! Check out her video explaing her process to make the fidget spinner. She also shows how to clean used skateboard bearings!


If you prefer to purcahse an already made fidget spinner, here is a link to them on Amazon: (affiliate)