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First CNC Chips! Milling On The Syil X5 Combo

First CNC Chips! Milling On The Syil X5 Combo #CNC #Chips #Milling #Syil #Combo

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I talk a little bit about my tool buying philosophy, then take the design I made for a bottle opener in a previous video and show you how I set it up and mill it- then I hit the streets to crack open a beer and test it out!

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  1. Daniel Bye - January 5, 2021

    awww cmon Naomi! We watch you because we cant take seeing Arron Powter!

  2. pericuno - January 5, 2021

    Use refrigeration Naomi (specially for cheap mills) and a tube for better tight of the tools in the collets.
    keep it up. I work on mill machines and CNCs for 25 years

  3. Heh I love all of your videos.. I do wonder though…. $10000 dollar machine for a .25 cent bottle opener 🙂

    JUST KIDDING! Very cool work!

  4. Long Tr - January 5, 2021

    7:40 the purpose or tapping the part down is to make sure the parallel bars don't move, so you better check if the parallel bars stand firm
    7:45 ahhh you don't tap the vise handle like that, for long time it will affect the mechanism of the vise and can't hold the parts good. Better use the Torque Wrench with pre-set force (like 60lbs)

  5. К нам бы на завод такую

  6. EVIL DRAFTER - January 5, 2021

    Correct on tooling. It is so easy to makes small mistakes when learning.

  7. smellsofbikes - January 5, 2021

    So cool! You do a great job of explaining and based on this now I'm thinking about a Syil instead of a used machine.

  8. Nice job! Glad too see you got your x5 up and running. I have the V5, and love it so far. If you need any help or advice on it. Feel free to give me a shout. Look forward to seeing more videos in the near future!

  9. Abnicity - January 5, 2021

    Naomi is it okay for foreigners to come back to China. I miss it and last time I heard it wasn't favorable for foreigners to return

  10. Christian Weddeling - January 5, 2021

    Don't worry about your bottle opener. My first one was a mess and i've got to open my bottle using a table edge.🙄
    But i like your opinion about buying tools. First buy something that is good enough and not so expensive. So I can see if I can do the work the tool is created for and mostly I need my tools not very often. So a cheap cordless screwdriver less than 40€ will do it for years.

  11. JB - January 5, 2021

    You're as brutally honest with yourself as you are with the products, the world can learn a lot from you. I love your style Naomi.

  12. Anthony Tigner - January 5, 2021

    Not bad Naomi another great device

  13. Gforceracing20 - January 5, 2021


  14. Todestelzer - January 5, 2021

    I used to CNC mill a lot and one thing you should never do, i learned the hard way, is to set your zero point below the surface.
    Just a heads up for people new to CNC milling.

  15. Isaque Ferreira - January 5, 2021

    Vc tem um corpão e é muito bonita

  16. kimi Loi - January 5, 2021


  17. Lion Escobar - January 5, 2021

    Next time for the finish inside the can opener, finish it with A smaller end mill for A better hook finish for less struggle to open bottle. Not bad at all for A beginner. Good job.

  18. Science or Something - January 5, 2021

    Refine, and test many more bottles! I always like to learn on cheaper tools that also work well before I try to invest is something more expensive.

  19. Lion Escobar - January 5, 2021

    You need to add coolant for the end mill won’t crack and break. The holder is to big for that size end mill.

  20. Наоми для того что бы не портить деталь тисками можно деталь поместить в рамку!

  21. jose martinez - January 5, 2021

    Usa guantes de protección 👍👋🇲🇽

  22. Oleksandr-Alex Lysenko - January 5, 2021

    Use of hammer remind me joke from “Armageddon” movie, then a Russian cosmonaut fix everything with hammer.

  23. Oleksandr-Alex Lysenko - January 5, 2021

    First person who said it Adam Savage from Myfhbusters: buy cheap tool to find out did you need it, if you do buy best tool you can afford. Maybe quote little bit different, but I do same even before I hear it on Adam’s channel.

  24. TheMadWookiee - January 5, 2021

    Sounds like a perfect way to start learn on the less expensive tooling and you will find what you need to upgrade / replace as you gain skill

  25. Adam Maszynotwór - January 5, 2021

    dałaś radę brawo 😉

  26. lindos george - January 5, 2021

    so cute..

  27. Baldur Norddahl - January 5, 2021

    running aluminium without coolant will risk chip welding and ruin the end mill

  28. acutus - January 5, 2021

    Wonderful to finally see those chips fly! Looking forward to seeing your next milling project!

  29. 0relaxis0 - January 5, 2021

    For such an advertisement with your bust 😉 some companies would give you the best CNC milling machine for free 🙂 you are an amazing girl, I also have two CNC milling machines…and I know how difficult is to operate such machines… We love you 🙂

  30. Аleksey Bek - January 5, 2021

    It was interesting! Happy New Year!

  31. Jack - January 5, 2021

    No cooling/lubrication water?

  32. MrDarrylMan - January 5, 2021

    Great video Naomi. I learnt a good deal of information about the CNC processing and loved watching the machine in action.

  33. mikhail oleynik - January 5, 2021

    с новым годом Наоми 😉 и поздравляю с новой игрушкой 👍🤣

  34. Irfan Shaikh - January 5, 2021

    Happy new year #Naomi

  35. Juan Loera - January 5, 2021

    Good ✨❤️

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