Zip Lines, Longboards, and LED Signs: DIY YouTube Channel for Engineering Enthusiasts

By: | October 3rd, 2015

YouTube has too many terrible channels to count, but some channels such as I Like To Make Stuff, make up for all the fluff videos with solid, engaging content.

Specifically, the DIY YouTube channel focuses on a whole slew of neat projects like building zip lines, longboards, LED signs, custom nerf blasters, secret doors, wooden digital clocks, cornhole boards, and more.

It’s a must see channel for engineering enthusiasts or people who simply enjoy taking on cool DIY projects at home.

The man behind the channel, Bob Clagett, a former Dell engineer based in Savannah, Georgia, is racking up subscribers quickly, and one can see why.

His videos are relatively short, to the point, and have great production quality, making for an enjoyable adult arts and crafts-like experience.

Marshall Smith

Technology, engineering, and design enthusiast.

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