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How to make a japanese style bookshelf with traditional hand cut joinery out of jatoba and oak using both power and hand tools. A very unique and beautiful build that challenged me and was very [More]
Getting started cutting dovetails with hand tools. Jonathan Katz Moses walks us through dovetail joinery using a simple jig to make this classic woodworking joint quick and easy. With the Katz Moses Magnetic Dovetail Jig [More]
The half-lap joint, (or ship-lap in this case) is easily done using a filister, or rabbeting plane. Frank shows the set-up and the ease with which this common joint can be made. Follow this link [More]
Andrew’s Frame-and-Panel article: //bit.ly/2tAdQPU Andrew Hunter learned his ultrastrong, rigid frame-and- panel construction from studying the work of Chinese cabinetmakers, who’ve been using it for centuries. In this video, watch Hunter demonstrate some other amazing [More]
A how-to explanation of biscuit or plate joiners and their uses. Learn the basics of the tool and the methods to see if a biscuit joiner is for you!
In Japan, traditional wooden furniture is assembled without needing one nail. Advanced sashimono joinery practices are handed down for years and years. You will find around 30 different basic. In Japan, more and more people [More]
While building a small welding table, I decided to try out a different joinery technique for the table base. This is my attempt at doing some unconventional joinery… All music by Ryan Little Used with [More]
Showing how exactly to draw the internal mortise and tenon joinery for a table
Matthew has been working for the Diamond Specialist Joinery in Upminster for the last year. Watch this video and find out what he has to say about doing a joinery apprenticeship and what it involves.
Author and craftsman Jeff Miller offers experienced advice on creating joinery in curved and shaped furniture (often a cause of some worry when building). To watch Jeff’s full video on curvy furniture: //bit.ly/Curvy_Furniture, and for [More]
DIY Japanese Joinery – Three ways of making an “ogami” are shown. Thanks for watching…Don’t Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe! ► All things you need for learning Joinery: //goo.gl/ssQw4R ► Subscribe to my [More]
DIY Japanese Joinery-3 Incredible Complexity of Woodworking Joints: 1. Sumiyoshi double tenon (Ari-hozo-sashi-shikuchi) 2. Double plug (Sao-shachisen-tsugi-no-nihousashi) 3. Triple plug (Komisen-tsugi-shikuchi-no-sanpousashi) Thanks for watching..Don’t Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe! ► All things you [More]
George Vondriska demonstrates leg to rail joinery. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. For more woodworking videos, please visit www.wwgoa.com!
80 Degree Woodworking Practices,Quickest Hand Craft Joinery,Super Intensive Joint: – Sumi-isuka-tsugi / Quadruple-faced halved rabbeted oblique scarf splice. —————————————–★★★★★—————————————– thank you for Japanese architecture channel://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM2hShzsbswKVSJP3se3X2Q —————————————–★★★★★—————————————– Many thanks for viewing..Don’t Forget to like, remark, share [More]
within show we explore various lumber joinery practices. Is actually not a ‘how to’ on line film. Simply settle-back and join usa on my undertaking understand gorgeous joinery! More Jobs upon: //www.dorianbracht.com Wood: Specialized Maple [More]
within show we explore various lumber joinery practices. It is really not a ‘how to’ film. Simply unwind and join usa on my undertaking discover breathtaking joinery! More Work upon: //www.dorianbracht.com Wood: Rough Maple Music: [More]
Amazing Woodworking fastest Hand art Cutting practices, called: Koshikake-ari-otoshi-shikuchi . It completed up recorded by Kenchiku 8-ki. Thank you for viewing..Don’t Forget to like, remark, share and subscribe! ► all you maywill importance of learning [More]
A jointer is a very important tool in a woodworking shop. Its job is to set the foundation for all future work you will be doing with a board. Being able to properly mill a [More]
Every piece of furniture made by Peter Walker is built using traditional joinery techniques. Taught these methods by a master craftsmen during his 5 year apprenticeship in the uk over 20 years ago; Peter continues [More]
This simple dowel jig can save you hundreds! Watch this video before you buy a Festool Domino or Kreg Pocket Hole Jig. Subscribe for weekly woodworking projects: //www.youtube.com/user/drunkenwoodworker?sub_confirmation=1 TOOLS / SUPPLIES (Affiliate) Festool Domino: //amzn.to/2kMxchl [More]
Dadoes are one of the simplest forms of router joinery, and they create sturdy connections for casework construction. Bill Hylton demonstrates several methods for routing dadoes, including using an adjustable shop-made jig that provides foolproof [More]
I don’t think there is anything faster in terms of woodworking joinery than Pocket Hole Joints, and, when done properly with the right pocket hole jig , they are super strong, in fact, in most [More]
Japanese joints are grouped into two main categories: splicing joints(Tsugi), connecting joints(Shiguchi). Here are the simple parts of splicing joint: #1.Stepped Dovetailed Splice (Koshikake-ari-tsugi) #2.Stepped Gooseneck Splice (Koshikake-kama-tsugi) #3.Rabbeted oblique scarf splice (Okkake-daisen-tsugi) #4.Mortised Rabbeted [More]
Watch more hand tool fun here //vid.io/xoYa Here we talk about How to Make a Drawbore Mortise and Tenon. this is a very old traditional way of securing a joint without glue. The pin not [More]
In this series I explore different wood joinery techniques. This is not a ‘how to’ video. Just sit back and join me on my venture to find beautiful joinery! More Projects on: //www.dorianbracht.com Wood: Hard [More]
Would you believe a temple built 400 years ago without any nails could still be standing? That’s the genius behind traditional Japanese carpentry. It uses complex joinery techniques to build anything you can imagine without [More]
I built this gate two years ago for a client in Oregon. I begged him to send me some quality pics of the Wood gate finished but all I got was a crappy iphone pic. [More]
– Japan’s Excellent Woodworking Technique, Fastest Hand-Cut Joinery Skills: Cutting the Half-blind Mortise and Tenon Gooseneck Joint (Koshikake-Mechigai Hozotsuki-Kama-Tsugi ). – The gooseneck splice is also used on groundsills; however, it has a higher strength [More]