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TL;DW? Does every YouTube video have to be 10mins long
Aluminium = ~20 tonnes
Steelies = Gauge didn't move much but estimated ~10 tonnes but most likely less
Aluminum is actually harder than the steel used here, but is brittle and thus goes from visually fine to shattered pretty quickly.
The steel by comparison, just permanently deforms under load and never seems to develop any visible cracks.
Basically, the only real variable was what kind of steel was being used in the steel rim, because steel is pretty diverse. Aluminum is for the most part, just aluminum though, and was always going to behave this way.
Isn't aluminum way softer? I mean, from the limited amount I've worked with it, A block of aluminum is way lighter, it's easier to gouge into or leave a mark on by accident, it's easier to drill into....
I misspoke when I said harder, I really meant to say that the aluminum was stronger than the steel used here. Without getting too into it, you can have a material that's comparatively soft to cut but still performs under load. This attribute is actually why aluminum is so desirable.
Because you're right, in terms of hardness aluminum is comparatively softer than most steels.
That being said, there's a huge variety of steels out there, and you can end up with a steel softer than aluminum, it's just not the norm.
I wonder if people actually ever watch the entire video?
Like it's obvious the guy now extends the shit out of the video and I honestly am impressed that somebody can fluff what could easily be a >30 second video into a 10 minute+ video. But I just don't see anybody watching it at all.
The SlowMo guys have a similar problem, and I don't really pay attention to their channel either, but at least on their channel they fill those extra 9 minutes of their videos with interesting info about the cameras they're using and Brittish banter. Whereas this dude just repeats himself in the most boring way possible to fill up that timer.
I still think the concept of the hydrolic press channel is a good one, the guy should just sell t-shirts, rather than fluff the shit out of his videos. Because I just don't see anybody actually watching the entire thing, the extra money he's pocketing from the monetization is a double edged sword as he's obviously pushing away viewers who'd flock to his channel to watch a quick 30s video on crushing bullshit.
I guess if it's working though I can't imagine he'd change it, a good flow of money > not annoying viewers with fluff and bullshit.
Actually it's bit more complicated than that. On our second channel we noticed about 2 years ago that making 10 minute videos really make difference on revenue side but after switching mostly to 10+ minute videos on HPC this year I can say that it also boost views. With 3-6 minute videos it's really hard to get lot of view time that seems to be important for youtube.
I try not to stretch videos with meaningless crap but instead do bit more technical stuff like this video or then just crush more shit per one video. When we started we did 2-3 videos per week with 2-4 items per video. Now we do one video with 5-10 items per video or then some really demanding technical thing that takes lot of tries and some explaining. And with all intros, outros etc. I am pretty sure that more of our videos are actual crushing with these 10 minute videos than shorter videos.
Selling t-shirts isn't feasible way to make enough money to compensate lower adsense revenue and making mobile games, doing live shows etc. other ways to generate income are always away from making videos so I am pretty pleased with the current situation where we make more money from actual videos so we can use more time on them and less on other stuff.
It’s always fishy when a post has 20 points and 5 comments and the creator has somehow found it and is commenting. How man accounts are you using and how many upvotes are from your multiple accounts?
You know youtube shows people where the visitors are coming from, right? Maybe cool it.
That's how I watch every one of these. Skip skip skip. He would make himself more revenue if he delayed uploads and themed them. Like foods or made this one about car parts
The titles say 'Alloy' but in the video he says 'Aluminium'. Which is it?
It's an aluminium alloy
I had a dream I was at a party and Hydraulic Press Channel Guy was also there. He was having a bad time, nobody talking to him, I thought because his English isn't that good. So I went up to him to have a chat but all he could talk about was hydraulic presses it was sooo boring.
It wasn't that impressive :(
"Today we are going to test paper vs concrete. Which one is stronger?"