DIY INDUSTRIAL LAMP WITH FAUCET SWITCH – HOW TO 💡

DIY INDUSTRIAL LAMP WITH FAUCET SWITCH – HOW TO 💡


DIY Industrial Black Iron Pipe Lamp Brass water valve with 1/2″ top screw Heat the water valve up with the torch to release the screw top. Remove the top from the valve shaft to feet the connecting tubing. you can do it with a file or a heck-saw.

92 thoughts on “DIY INDUSTRIAL LAMP WITH FAUCET SWITCH – HOW TO 💡

  1. ✅It is a YouTube Subscriber appreciation day!!! And to say thanks to you guys, I'm giving away $50 Amazon Gift Card for my Subscribers!!! Like and comment on this video to participate in the free giveaway! Info in the description! ⤴️

  2. I always love your videos, and the types of projects that you make are not difficult at all, sometimes in other channels they do "DIY" projects with super expensive tools.

    regards!

  3. How long does it take you to edit one of these videos once all the footage has been compiled?

  4. I'm planning to start a youtube channel and a page on instagram dedicated to photography, videography and more. The 50$ of the giveaway will be enough for normal lights so I could start somewhere.

    And I really love your videos, the filming is on point and the projects are just amazing. Keep up the good work

  5. A shame on those nice fittings. Could have been better if it was upcycling some old crap but not new. Usually you guys do nice stuff, but this was not very good.

  6. Cool lamp. But you did not show us how you made the dimmer function. Is it just theatrics, or is there really a dimmer behind that valve?

  7. Cool lamp! I love that brutal style. It also would of been cool if that switch was dimmable.
    Chek out the lamp i made https://youtu.be/fPXVgan9sSg

  8. Hey, I have just designed and developed a diy dimmer kit that is designed to fit inside of a 3/4 tee fitting. I can send you everything required to make one if you would do a video on it? It does require soldering.

  9. Hello I took electrical wiring in high school in the 1970s but it’s been awhile. I remember there was a black and white wire screwed into the light socket. I also remember the black wire is cut and attached to the top and bottom screws of the switch. Just wandering while watching this video, is the black wires of the rotating switch have the same principle? In other words both black wires of switch connected to black wire leading to light socket?
    Thanks

  10. I love the look of it, you just inspired me! I love recycling and restoring furniture. I've recently created my channel to share my passion. Check it out if you have a minute. Thank you

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