Jak przebudować busa lub vana na kampera samodzielnie

Jak przebudować busa lub vana na kampera samodzielnie


Hi, I’m Vincent and this is Menel in the previous film I told you about my camper where I live, travel and work Thank you for those hundreds of thousands of views it was unexpected, but very nice I’d like to tell you today about my approach to building a camper myself maybe first of all, why do I even think it’s worth building a camper myself It is, above all, a great satisfaction making such a van is as acceptable as driving it later and don’t let it discourage you if you’re not proficient in tinkering I couldn’t nail straight two or three years ago because no one ever had the opportunity to teach me that and now I’m dealing with the elements of woodwork, electricity, hydraulics to a small extent, I am not a specialist in any of these areas I got to know them well enough to do something, come up with a fix and these skills are useful not only in the van, but also in life in general for example, I visited the family home in Frombork, December. and I installed shelves in my mom’s basement there hasn’t been a place in the basement for thirty years, and now there is These types of skills build confidence, so it is worth acquiring them. so if you have a dad, grandpa, uncle, neighbor, auntie, buddy, buddy who know a little bit about this kind of work ask them to help you with such a project, you’re sure to have a nice time just as I met Paul, whom I met just before the van was built He liked the project and said he’d help me and he was actually teaching me the basics. How to hold a screwdriver so you don’t break your wrist. health and safety rules and you, too, start with the safety rules best. a lot of information can be extracted from the videos on youtube I learned a lot from youtube and strictly for caravanning, there’s this Internet forum. It is called camperteam.pl There’s an infinite amount of information On every aspect of van reworking and share the knowledge of legends of the Polish caravanning scene there for free Look, look. The attitudes of a guy like Swistak, the incredible knowledge he passes on. and others. They’ve been doing this for many, many years I, like most youtubers, are so fresh a few years old and they’ve been playing with it for 10, 15, 20 years, too. I’m sick so I haven’t recorded in the last month we had Hurricane Gloria here And wise Martin came out with a wet head from the gym I’ve been lying and dying for over a week. Now I can just talk. Although I can still hear a little bit in my throat The hurricane brought these, I don’t know if it’s cane or bamboo Anyway, here the kids at the seaside have been playing around here for two weeks, building some huts and huts so there’s also a need to build things in Spanish children in relation to DIY I found coffee tables that I converted into such wooden pallets they will be used for this presentation Well, some time ago one of those camperteam forum legends she got upset by a facebook group of campers that someone there teaches you how to make campers and he doesn’t know what tool it is I don’t know who it was about. but I’m in a hurry to explain that this is of course pizza knife you know how pizza sometimes has a hard dough that you can’t cut through and this is a tool to solve this problem we just need to change the shield, because this one is for the Hawaiian pineapple also satisfaction, self-confidence and self-confidence result from self-construction If something breaks down, you’ll be able to fix it yourself and something will go wrong The next thing is that all finished campers are almost the same Okay, I haven’t seen everyone. Most of the ones I’ve seen are very similar, differ in detail I don’t know if you’ve heard the story of how the Air Force creates cockpits for planes, their fighters. It’s an interesting story, fitting my approach to designing things in the 1960s there were many accidents caused by poor ergonomics of fighter cockpits No wonder, because the planes were getting faster and fractions of a second decided on the success of the maneuvering of the plane so if the remote control didn’t reach any switches or see any indicators in time, it could have smashed the machine so there was a huge study. Over 4,000 pilots – they were accurately measured. are described in ten dimensions, such as height, leg length, thigh length, hand length and based on the average performance of all pilots, the ideal cockpit was designed except that the pilots were still crashing into planes with this new cockpit so there was done research on how many pilots actually fit into such an average cockpit and all the dimensions of this cockpit were equal… …no pilots not a single pilot had approximately the same ten dimensions as the average the number of pilots that fit approximately in three dimensions was counted Only in 3 dimensions did they get 3.5% And after this test, it was not necessary to fit the pilots to the system and began to design the cabins so that this cockpit could fit the pilot to each individual I’m also a supporter of this design school especially since I’m 205 cm tall. and there’s hardly any system that fits me If you decide to build your own camper I think it’s worthwhile to start by thinking about what this camper will serve you for Well, because every camper, regardless of its purpose, should, in my opinion, have two functions sleeping and safety, which means keeping things and yourself safe in thermal comfort I think these things are the things you need to focus on when planning to build a camper However, any other function water, toilet, shower, kitchen, refrigerator, cooking this needs to be considered it depends on the purpose of the van from what you’ll be using this van for whether or not it is needed and in what form it is it’s worth wondering if it’s gonna be an expeditionary camper if so, whether these expeditions are multi-manual or, for example, weekend trips in warm or cold regions whether there will be shops there or you will have to take all the supplies with you or maybe you’re a student who lives in a van to save on renting an apartment but you have access to the shower, the canteen and then you won’t need it in the van I know some of these students I know even one who’s studying at Oxford University, where a year of study costs £600000 and he lives in a van. Greetings to . Either you’re a seasonal worker or, as I live, you travel in a van permanently the question of whether you travel alone, alone or with a partner, with children, with pets and finally, do you have any big bags that you take with you bike, skis, motorcycle, canoe, surfboard because then you have to enclose such equipment so that it can fit. We start by enclosing such equipment, and then we build the rest. so that the bike can fit I think that these questions should be asked before building the camper and the answers to them will help us make a number of decisions about the size and equipment of the camper we want to build the size of the camper you want to buy depends on these answers. or a little smaller van, or as big as mine, or even bigger a great deal of emphasis must be placed on security, i.e. additional locks security, sensors, interlocks and thermal comfort to allow you to sleep peacefully and safely which, in my opinion, is one of the most important things in a camper, that is isolation. Isolation is one of the things we’re gonna have to do from the beginning then it will be very hard to improve it if we do it wrong there are different schools, different materials when it comes to insulation in the past, Styrofoam, wool, mineral wool, wool in sacks were used Spray foams are now fashionable each material has its own characteristics, properties and prices I won’t go into details. If you want such detailed data, I recommend reading it on camperteam, for example. I would currently be using closed-cell spray foam plus some kind of aluminium layer and some thin panelling boards for that, because I personally like wood there are allegations that when it burns, the foam produces poisonous fumes Hardly. If the van is on fire, I’m gonna go outside and not breathe in but if somebody doesn’t have the money for the foam, because it’s gonna come out of about 30 or 40 cans it can also be done by such a company warming lofts, they will probably also take out 1500 PLN but if you don’t have money for the foam, it could be wool in bags. It should be okay, too. Why in bags? Here comes a physical concept that everyone, not only those living in the van, should know Condensation – the warmer the air, the more steam it can hold So if there’s steam in the van and the van starts to cool down in the evening, for example. the steam will usually start to condense on the coldest elements, i.e. on the windows or uninsulated sheet metal. And the point is that if that couple can go through that wool unprotected by bags or through open-cell foam then they’ll condense on the cold sheet and collect the moisture and then the moisture will collect behind the insulation Well, then there’s a good chance of a fungus – not cool therefore, impermeable closed-cell foam is now used on a cold night you’ll probably still have those condensates because there’s a lot of steam in the van. We generate it from sweating, cooking, washing. Well, and on a cold night, the temperature will still drop But if the insulation is done well, these condensates will most likely accumulate on your window and that’s easier to grasp. Just wipe it off, ventilate it Well, just– Ventilate– it’s important that there’s ventilation in the van No ventilation=chance of fungus Also, the shelves you make shouldn’t be sealed completely Also under the mattress, let there be rungs instead of such an even plate Well, there’s a chance for a fungus too And the heating. For heating I recommend something like Webasto, some kind of diesel heater How can you afford it? It’s something original. If you can’t afford it, it’s something Chinese It works too, and the price differences are considerable This type of heater for fuel as your van is – that is, usually diesel is a very good solution Such a heater draws air from outside and ejects exhaust fumes also outside It’s once that’s safer, and twice that it doesn’t generate moisture. Compared to radiators, for example, gas heaters, which can simply be placed in a van and fired up The solution that I used in my own home, i.e. only electric heaters They only work in very sunny climates in Poland, however, I suggested diesel heaters It’s a necessity, because no heating is chance of a fungus that is insulation, ventilation and heating because it’s obvious. We’ve had physics and biology since primary school But there are countries a little more backward to which this knowledge has not yet reached Such as England where every other house is without insulation, without ventilation In the first apartment I rented in England, I found a mushroom so big behind the closet that instead of getting rid of him, we talked and he just started throwing himself into the rent and bills And after this stage, if we insert the insulation well, the windows we’ll make the walls, the ceiling, the floor, insert the radiator then with all the rest, if you’re building a camper for the first time and for yourself This is the approach I used to build Vincent Van And which I picked up from the world of IT. It’s called Agile That’s the so-called agile approach to design. And in short, it’s about making small changes It is tested, improved, slowly seeking to improve the design In this way you can learn about the specifics of using the camper and eliminate all the inconveniences that will arise one by one without immediately investing an enormous amount of money and time I built the inside of the camper in a modular way There is a kitchen module, bed separately, cabinets separately And each of these modules have improved over time and I can continue to improve and change. Well, if we’re in the process of checking that all this camouflage is for us at all Well, instead of a big kitchen with a big gas bottle we can have a small stove for 50 PLN for cartridges We can have this portable toilet The water can be from a faucet bubble at the beginning And the washing machine… I wash in the laundries I’m getting about 10 euros for laundry and drying. once every two weeks But it’s not the laundry that’s the problem in the van, but the drying Because if we’re gonna dry in the van, the moisture and there’s not always sun outside, there’s often wind, there’s nowhere to hang it Besides… Pouring hot wash straight from the dryer onto the bed and getting into this laundry is somehow strangely pleasant that I wouldn’t want to give it up 🙂 Hey, I don’t think I’m really normal at all. but since I’ve started, it’s just that I’ve been getting so strangely satisfying except the obvious ones, like putting your hands in a dry rice container That’s super cool. tearing off the paint tape after feeding some kind of weld or after painting a piece of the surface I don’t know if it’s that sound or that even edge that comes out of the way of the breakaway, or both But as good a reason for me to build a camper myself Okay, I’m starting to talk nonsense, so about woodwork, electricity, tools. and the mistakes I made in that van will be told in the next film especially since my throat still hurts a little bit. 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