Make Wooden Toy Tractor/Truck Wheels

Share
Embed
  • Loading...
  • Published on:  Tuesday, May 30, 2017
  • Tractor and heavy truck wheels are a bit different to make. This video looks at two techniques for making wooden wheels in the home workshop.

    Follow me on Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/people/Bruce-Bailey/100013305488142
  • Source: https://youtu.be/oaRK0sp7piM
Loading...

Comment

  • RATHEESH N.P

    RATHEESH N.P

     a months ago

    Good👍

  • John Kelley

    John Kelley

     5 months ago

    Very useful technique. Thanks for this tutorial. I just subscribed.

  • jose arias

    jose arias

     6 months ago

    Thanks ,,👍🤗🤩

  • peter pan

    peter pan

     10 months ago

    Great video ,this website is great for indexing slots for wheels https://www.blocklayer.com/circle-divider.aspx have a look .

  • Perfection Framing

    Perfection Framing

     10 months ago

    The trick is to do what you did on the table saw with a full width wheel. Then, when you have them all cut simple cut the wheel down the middle on the band saw, flip the pieces I’ve and glue back together. Tracks match up perfectly and for an exact match.

  • Romain DAROS

    Romain DAROS

     11 months ago +1

    You look like Paul Hogan ! Are you catching crocodiles by hand like him 😂 thank you very much for the videos and explanation !

  • Trevor Batstone

    Trevor Batstone

     a years ago

    Thanks, Bruce. I dabble in woodworking, but have never made wooden toys. I have a couple of young mothers with their young kids who drop by my garage almost daily to say "hi" and to see what I'm making, so I was looking for a way to make wooden wheels to make toy cars for them. Your jig idea has inspired me very much, so I'm going to give it a go. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Cheers!

  • Graeme Voigt

    Graeme Voigt

     a years ago

    Thank you so much. Great demonstration and ideas.

  • Dwayne

    Dwayne

     a years ago +1

    I thank you kind sir for this great demonstration!

  • Mario Hector Martin

    Mario Hector Martin

     a years ago +1

    excelente trabajo...gracias desde Mendoza Argentina por compartir sus experiencias...
    regards Mario Héctor Martin

  • Roberto Enoc Bermúdez

    Roberto Enoc Bermúdez

     a years ago

    Please, I thank you for apologizing my writing in English. I think I better write in Spanish. regards

  • Roberto Enoc Bermúdez

    Roberto Enoc Bermúdez

     a years ago +1

    Excellent works of wood, they are really a source of inspiration for those of us who have assumed teaching work as something important, but also fun. Working with wood as well as being relaxing is an opportunity to teach any area of knowledge, be it mathematics or any other area of science. I work in a small school (Escuela Integral para los Artes Niños Cantores de los Llanos) in the south of Venezuela, where we have taken on the challenge of teaching under a premise: Art, a way to build knowledge and build values. So thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn with your wonderful samples and that allow us to expand the cognitive horizon. Thank you

  • S.G. DeVries

    S.G. DeVries

     a years ago +1

    Wonderful! I used this technique for my wheels and find it curious that I used the exact same angles as you chose even though I am watching this a year after I built mine. You are welcome to check out my mining truck video to see them. Just search for S.G. Devries or The BIG truck. Nice work.

  • Wasif m

    Wasif m

     a years ago

    Visit my Etsy shop to buy a retro looking wooden toy truck

    https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/573526414/wooden-toy-truck-retro-looking-toy-truck

  • Martin Whitehurst

    Martin Whitehurst

     a years ago

    Thank you

  • Martin Whitehurst

    Martin Whitehurst

     a years ago +1

    Nice work! Would you share the angle of the jig you made for your bandsaw to make the cuts in the tires?

  • Dr. Dingus

    Dr. Dingus

     a years ago +2

    Great work. Don't stress everyone has their own way. We collaborate together.

  • Ray The Drone Guy

    Ray The Drone Guy

     2 years ago +2

    You're very good, thanks for sharing

  • Jim Lenell

    Jim Lenell

     2 years ago +1

    Nice job!

  • Kelly Wells

    Kelly Wells

     2 years ago

    Need to make a video of your men shed set up and your hand made filming apparatus!