I start cutting into my Rotary Engines! More HP coming.

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  • Ahhhhh ROB.... no deburring and you can't work out the fitment issue...! Your simplistic stupidity cracks me up..!

    Anthony NAnthony N16 päivää sitten
  • Can you please address the EPA trying to kill our car culture and community and some of our lives if you do not know the EPA is trying to ban everything car related including tuning, boost and many other things. We are under attack we need to address this now before it becomes too late. We can counter this if we gain Support for the RPM act the link to SEMA's page on it is listed below. Please give support so we can keep the car culture alive. To give your voice and save this thing we love go to www.sema.org/epa-news

    thomson himesthomson himesUukausi sitten
  • So. Youre callin them the Dahminatrix, right?

    Daniel AndersonDaniel AndersonUukausi sitten
  • That poor reamer. Go slower with the reamer half the speed of hss drill. Feeds and speeds look them up they will be your friend. That hole will now be a little oversized for sure

    ballport1998vtballport1998vtUukausi sitten
  • This is genius level machining and engineering. I've known master level machinists that would be proud of your work. Look out for the differential expansion of aluminum and the steel rods. It may be an issue with the aluminum housing and the steel rods may cause distortion of the combustion area. Try putting the housing in the freezer before final assembly. I'm not a great machinist. I'm just thinking about how hard you beat these engines and I think some distortion is going to happen at high engine temperatures. The apex seals are very delicate compared to piston rings. Just consider it. I don't know the specific metals or if they are cast or forged. I have faith. go for 2k hp.

    ryan cawdorryan cawdorUukausi sitten
  • Now we need Rob to mill out his Eccentric Shaft.

    powcar91powcar91Uukausi sitten
  • Hey Rob get you a few sets of 1,2,3 blocks. they work great for fixture up parts in the machine.

    Jacob WarnkeJacob WarnkeUukausi sitten
  • Dont run 100% rapid first test run hahaha jeez scared the crap out of me, also you know you dont have to use 16mm pin cutter to make a 16mm hole right?

    Marcus NilssonMarcus NilssonUukausi sitten
  • Think he's ever going to turn the rapid down?

    P.J. HallP.J. HallUukausi sitten
  • ''these are all virgin holes we gotta fuck em'' -Rob Dahm an amazing man

    BBOZGamer2017BBOZGamer2017Uukausi sitten
  • Do some more reading on your Renishaw probe macros. You are able to probe those two opposite dowel holes and calculate the angle to tell the machine to apply that to the WCS. So you post the real coordinates in your GCode and the machine applys the rotation offset. Good work so far 👍

    James CarterJames CarterUukausi sitten
  • so... how about making a bigger dorito?

    Stephen MStephen MUukausi sitten
  • From supporting splitters with wood to machining an engine in his own cnc. They grow up so fast😥

    Trevor CaronTrevor CaronUukausi sitten
  • Why don't you interpolate the holes instead of using that crappy reamer ?

    molak34molak34Uukausi sitten
  • If you can cut your reamer with a band saw ... Your reamer is shit.

    molak34molak34Uukausi sitten
  • Endmill used as boring bar, works, chinese reamers can be a bit sus tho.

    Mr WolsyMr WolsyUukausi sitten
  • All rotary motor lovers should be knowledgeable about hydrogen fueling= high compression, higher octane = more horsepower, more miles per gallon, far more efficient

    Mark RobinsonMark RobinsonUukausi sitten
  • You should add direct hydrogen fuel injection, using dry hydrogen fuel cells for increased horsepower, longer engine life, cleans out the engine, adds higher mileage per gallon extending your driving range, also hydrogen gas is higher octane than gasoline and e85 meaning you can run higher compression ratios = more practical and itll sound like an f1 car

    Mark RobinsonMark RobinsonUukausi sitten
  • I reamed out a few holes in my day.

    Sea BassSea BassUukausi sitten
  • damn it YT i dont care about rob dahms dumb noob projects

    R O M C H O M P AR O M C H O M P AUukausi sitten
  • 8:48 every one cringes when you grab sharp metal and pull away real fast

    BrightonBrightonUukausi sitten
  • I laugh at the piss babies who thought Rob would never get anywhere with his projects!

    OvAeonsOvAeonsUukausi sitten
  • As a mechanic and a machinist, this kind of content is pure 🔥🔥🔥

    Jimmy St-JeanJimmy St-JeanUukausi sitten
  • been a machinist for years and it's great to see this content on your channel rob great work

    Sam22112Sam22112Uukausi sitten
  • you warm those housings up those dowels will drop in no hammer required.

  • Second hole always needs more lubricant.

    MadariusMadariusUukausi sitten
  • Build the 69 rotor

    Zaralho DZNZaralho DZNUukausi sitten
  • Wouldn't it be easier to just ream three of the bores and then line-bore/hone the rest?

    protatorprotatorUukausi sitten
  • If you're testing this thing on a dyno then instead of pushing single gears to it's max rpm one at a time. You really should be shifting at ideal/optimal times and using the dyno data to do real time calibration right then. To your car's computer. Your shifting in the Ken Block race was sub.

    Josh ManJosh ManUukausi sitten
  • Want to beat Ken block in a new battle? , is a crazy wild car, such a inspiration to see that rx7

    Mr Infraction666Mr Infraction666Uukausi sitten
  • Just a tip, when reaming you need a much slower rpm 😉. Great vid

    Jack WignallJack WignallUukausi sitten
  • All this precision then he cuts the reamer with a bandsaw.

    asambi69asambi69Uukausi sitten
  • I would use single set for the first cut after you programmed something. So that way the machine only reads one sentence and after you start again, the next sentence. I would also slow down the feed and the rapide traverse. You can avoid colisions in that way. When programm is fine on the 1. Set you can changr to fully automatik. Sorry for bad translation

    Marvin ZimmermannMarvin ZimmermannUukausi sitten
  • So this is where Uncle Bumblefuck's Town Pump CNC wound up! Jokes aside, that's two of my favourite channels that now not only have a CNC, but is showing me great ways to make use of one

    Kim SoerensenKim SoerensenUukausi sitten
  • i fucking LOVE this!

    Mike LuedckeMike LuedckeUukausi sitten
  • Today Robs drilling some virgin holes...

    hodillachodillacUukausi sitten
  • Rob, pilot holes and reams are your friend! Also End mills usually don't facilitate cutting straight down, end mills are great for pockets but drilling is best left to drill bits and remember, go up in stages once you've drilled a fairly decent pilot hole then you can finish it off with a drill bit going a little slower then ream it out to it's final point Edit, in some cases you can run reams fast but personally when i made tooling i'd take the reaming stage slow because that is truly a make or break moment.

    D4RKHOUNDD4RKHOUNDUukausi sitten
  • Very cool to see you going from no machining experience to this level so quickly :)

    Gerrit-Jan BergwerfGerrit-Jan BergwerfUukausi sitten
  • Show us Tavarish’s engine

    DanydanielloDanydanielloUukausi sitten
  • you should put a champfer on the holes before you reem them. It increases the lifespan of you tool. Als the dowelpins dont get damaged in the assembly

    Yan nickYan nickUukausi sitten
  • I understand Rob likes to learn stuff himself. And in no way am I taking away what he has accomplished so far (it's fantastic), but in this case I feel like he would benefit so much from asking a professional for tips just so he can get those precise holes. We're talking .000 mm here which adds up quickly when doing multiple holes on multiple rotors.

    fronixfronixUukausi sitten
  • Coming soon Rx7 2500hp🚀🚀

    Savvas AgathokleousSavvas AgathokleousUukausi sitten
  • Opening up a deep hole is a job for a boring bar. Fyi. End mills chatter, and are not for drilling. Reamers deflect whether you like it or not. Get a kaiser microbore head. READ A BOOK, TAKE A CLASS.

    Creator 262Creator 262Uukausi sitten
  • Acting like hes the first guy to ream a hole 😂

    Creator 262Creator 262Uukausi sitten
  • Two things rob, one ditch the endmill and get a drill., two, you WANT the reamer to be slow, at that size on a g85 you would be looking probably pretty good at s700 f7. As long as your coolant is the right % range

    AsmiraAsmiraUukausi sitten
  • Very nice, welcome to the world of Metalheads :-D

    Erfolgreich WissenErfolgreich WissenUukausi sitten
  • Chatter is the song of my people. Don't judge.

    Robert BrowneRobert BrowneUukausi sitten
  • "it's actually the holes are already fucked, but these are Virgin holes"

    MannyMakes ModesteMusicMannyMakes ModesteMusicUukausi sitten
  • We all should know what five inches look like, get rid of the measuring tape.

    MannyMakes ModesteMusicMannyMakes ModesteMusicUukausi sitten
  • 4:24 When Rob's cutting virgin holes with his plugs installed....

    SirPlsCalmDownSirPlsCalmDownUukausi sitten
  • In this episode Rob penetrates virgin holes... Stay tuned.

    That GuyThat GuyUukausi sitten
  • Damn straight, mount those virgin holes off the table.

    lennart rollandlennart rollandUukausi sitten
  • You sure are reaming a lot of holes in this video...

    Kyle MotoKyle MotoUukausi sitten
  • You may want to consider performing a couple of tolerances stacks for the motor housings if you're planning on doing full swaps universally. While you can hold precision you're going to end up with a distribution of the tolerances from one end of the bolt hole true position spectrum to the other. it's actually a fairly simple stack as well since you're dealing with just a dowel connection and bolts in a pattern but will save you a nightmare later on when you go to match two edge case (but still within spec) housings and they don't go together because they're on the small end but also shifted either circumferentialy or radially relative to one another.

    ziz natorziz natorUukausi sitten
  • Put a rotary in a crown vic

    Patrick RPatrick RUukausi sitten
  • Rob, dude, put your safety glasses on before using the air to blow away chips. Trust me, you DO NOT want a metal chip scratching your cornea. It is no fun at all. Also order a bunch of 123 blocks. You've spent so much money and time trying to ream a perfect hole but if you're using random scrap chunks of aluminum in your setup you're going to ream those holes at a random angle. More blocks + more clamps = more accurate hole.

    DonObliviousDonObliviousUukausi sitten
  • Rob Dahm has become obsessed with holes

    Muu MusicMuu MusicUukausi sitten
  • Jig /jig/jig and stop using Amateur clamps and the reamer needs to be about 350rpm ish .

    ibiza kolibiza kolUukausi sitten
  • Rob playing sex music during reaming.

    cncaliguy09cncaliguy09Uukausi sitten
  • Ahhhh a Haas!!!

    Morgan TaylorMorgan TaylorUukausi sitten
  • Liquid nitrogen shrink the shafts

    Xbox SeriesXXbox SeriesXUukausi sitten
  • I'm curious if Rob is looking into getting a lathe. Since he's getting into machining his housings, and I expect he'll eventually machine raw billet into a housing someday, he should also get into lathe work and just make dowels, bolts, and shafts himself as well.

    Ξανδρος PeachesΞανδρος PeachesUukausi sitten
  • More please Sir, can I please have some more please Sir? Haha lol I need the next video asap now hesitation post that shiz I needs it before I start to withdraw hahah

    Button BasherButton BasherUukausi sitten
  • If those spark plugs weren't fouled, they are now.

    Jay KraussJay KraussUukausi sitten
  • a spiral reamer wont chatter like a straight fluted one

    13 seven13 sevenUukausi sitten
  • Reamer 1:35 actually needs to go WAY slower. And doesn't an end mill need a peck drill canned cycle?

    bobos245bobos245Uukausi sitten
  • Rob running that M08 full program like R Kelley on a Friday night. Rob, did you write your own gcode or use the pendant installed controllers and programmers to set it up for each op?

    Tony BrochuTony BrochuUukausi sitten
  • No shame in turning your rapid down. Moving pretty fast for an untested program.

    s9kheins9kheinUukausi sitten
  • its funny watching that spark plug back out while its being machined.

    Rusty ShacklefordRusty ShacklefordUukausi sitten
  • You should vacuum the shavings not blow the off

    coco Boococo BooUukausi sitten
  • I'm curious to see if we will have any new innovation on the rotary engine out of this channel.

    Stavros GeorgiadisStavros GeorgiadisUukausi sitten
  • excited for the billet housings and like complete billet engine this channel is just gonna get more insane

    thatjokerpersonthatjokerpersonUukausi sitten
  • MOAR!!!!!

    v3ktör147v3ktör147Uukausi sitten
  • Fixturing will help with everything tackling a project like this. You could make a fixture based off those 2 outside dowels so that you can put the parts in at the same location every time. It would likely be a bit outside your comfort zone but getting a solid fixture down will help tremendously.

    hondapride59hondapride59Uukausi sitten
  • early 80's soft saxophone pr0n music! I approve!

    bash555bash555Uukausi sitten
  • Rob you need to machine billet six rotary next as we all know best weighted engine is an inline six

    Timmy ReevesTimmy ReevesUukausi sitten
  • You can get a ball hone to help deburr and smooth out the bore after the reamer. It'll help make everything go together that much smoother, and more importantly, come apart easier. Like others said you should either cut a chamfer on the leading edge of the bore with the HAAS or do it as a manual op with a die grinder.

    j pj pUukausi sitten
  • You know whats 16mm too? 0,62992126in

    StanleyStanleyUukausi sitten
  • Liked before watched

    Brad BurksBrad BurksUukausi sitten
  • Your videos calm my soul

    MrYAPP0MrYAPP0Uukausi sitten
  • I love this channel because he started out building a car, and along the way he is picking up serious skills to improve future builds and being able to do more and more himself, such a great Journey to follow. Thanks dude. Greetings from Holland.

    John SimonsJohn SimonsUukausi sitten
  • I started learning CNC at home myself around the same time you got your HAAS. cept mine is a crappy g0704 conversion in my garage... glad to see we are at the same point in our lives trying to figure this stuff out. Your metrology gear is really amazing and I covet the tool changing/tool holding stuff which definitely takes some of the terrifying guess work out of doing this stuff... (I literally touch off the part from each side to figure out where I am at and i use a 5v signal on my tool and part as an E-Stop to get as close as possible. Any rate, keep up the good work and learning this stuff. you're going to make some amazing parts once you get the hang of it.

    entriturentriturUukausi sitten
  • This guy is amazing. He's got the mindset that there's nothing he can't do if he puts his determination into the work.

    aurora2319aurora2319Uukausi sitten
  • im sorry to interrupt but it genuinly says MORE horse power and how many more are you going to add 2000 AWD HP ???? how far do you wanna push it ???

    Brian OuwerslootBrian OuwerslootUukausi sitten
  • You should invest in some real drill bits, the end mill you are using is not ideal for going straight down, they are more used in going down with a circular motion but as of right now you should start pecking with what you've got

    Henran45Henran45Uukausi sitten
  • ROB, take that two rotor test assm. & flip it bolts-down on a table & drill holes. Now insert 5/8 PVC tubes (the lengths of the bolts) into the table. That way as you tap them out of rotor assm. for teardown, the bolts come out straight by the capture of the pvc. Will help keep holes In rotor true. Pop some caps on bottom of PVC tube (so bolts don't just drop through to the floor) for 1 man operation. Will look like a PVC tube jail but under the table. May also need to brace the tube jail as pvc can flex a good amount. But then you could build one out of moly tubing for more stability now that u can weld 👍

    Forcefed2002Forcefed2002Uukausi sitten
  • can't wait to see rob running he's own rotary. dahm rotary engine lol

    SantoroTvSantoroTvUukausi sitten
  • When will you start working on the new corvette. I love the work and builds you do because other then b is for builds all other car FIworld channels do the same thing turbos, superchargers,wraps, and wide body kit anybody can buy. I love real custom builds that you have make the parts or use part from different cars. Like me I have a custom 1967 fastback right hand drive mustang that was a 1968 coup left hand drive mustang it took 4 years to do it because parts were not made but the firewall and metal dash but I could not get the dash it was on hold for 3years they said so I had to normal dash cut they in to 3 part and moved they to the other side so it looks the same as the ones you can buy now but I did not put a stupid ashtray. I like good custom and weird builds. I just have not decided to fuel injection or do a 2JZ swap because I just move to Colorado Springs and carburetor suck here. Keep doing the same work don’t change because people say it stupid or waste of money and time.

    John BrockmeyerJohn BrockmeyerUukausi sitten
  • Would anything stop you from just grabbing a block of aluminum and just making your own housings from the ground up?

    ExerosisExerosisUukausi sitten
  • Subtitle indonesian please......

    WBWBUukausi sitten
  • Reamer twice the speed half the feed

    michael grimesmichael grimesUukausi sitten
  • Rob is the only guy I can think of who would be enthusiastic about a 16mm hole bless him 😂

    LOUI JLOUI JUukausi sitten
  • whole time he was assembling it i was wondering how's he gonna separate it lol.

    Tiitan RutseTiitan RutseUukausi sitten
  • Super exact measurements of just shy over 12 inches

    crfsiknesscrfsiknessUukausi sitten
  • The jizz jazz is a fucking pro touch.

    7thrx7thrxUukausi sitten
  • Rob Roteries inc. get your setup today, we got 2 Doritos 3 doritos and all the way up to 8 Doritos🤘 haha

    Kenneth PorstKenneth PorstUukausi sitten
  • pleas make a fixture so all housings are the same

    Caleb RodriguezCaleb RodriguezUukausi sitten
  • The 70’s porn saxophone sets this whole video off lmao

    NickZinoNickZinoUukausi sitten
  • Soooo, he will do a RD26 then? 😁 Rob Dahm Rotary Engines Inc. 😇

    UncleManuelUncleManuelUukausi sitten
  • Question, why not drill the holes slightly smaller and then cryo freeze the opposing part so it shrinks and then hammer them in?

    chris carsonchris carsonUukausi sitten