Constructing a Timber Body Staircase – Timber framing – Woodworking

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I constructed this timber body staircase from reclaimed beams that got here from one other consumer’s home a couple of miles up the highway. The beams use to assist a pergola, that was torn down throughout their rework. We introduced them again to my store and lower all of the joinery, to emulate a timber framing.

We made a template of the world the place the steps the place going to go and introduced it again to the store and pre-made them. The set up was pretty simple as they had been already in assembled in sections. All that was left was to place them in place and bolt them in.

The by tenons with the wedges had been in fact, as a lot of my work. Impressed by conventional Japanese joinery strategies.

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Comments

Tecnica X says:

🔴Excellent work partner✔

DIONISSSR777 says:

Интересно.как будет на скрип?

Nick Randol says:

Awesome design. Perhaps unconventional, but I use a router just like you for my mortises, and then round the corners of my tenons instead of squaring the corners of the routed mortises. It’s easier….

Vladimir Berezhnoy says:

С такой точностью подгонки заготовок и нагели ненужны.

Maybe Dave says:

Thanks for sharing your amazing work. Is there a reason you prefer to square up the mortises, rather than round over the tenons? I imagine it's more work this way?

Vasily Vasilevsky says:

Респект! !!

Жопарукий Жопарук says:

кстати, вместо клиньев подошли стойки под перила)

Richard Dodd says:

Pic @7.54 INCREDIBLE! subscribed.

Eric Lundgren says:

Nice craftsmanship!!!

Denis Labor says:

👍👍👍

Vadim67 Nikonov says:

Аккуеть, не встать!

Tree,man says:

Are those stairs made for elephants??? What a stupid waste of great wood!!!!!!!!!!

Whirl Wind says:

You could have should have ….

OddBall1958 says:

Very nice work! Keep it up! I like the finished applied to these stairs! What was the process? It looks to me that it was aged, stained and then pickled. You might be able to get this look by using a product called "Lifetime" and then pickling. Or use steel wool in vinegar put it on the wood let it dry and then pickle. Am I close?

Kenneth Boyer says:

If I ever win the lottery I want you to build my house!!!

Graham Wright says:

Wow, simply stunning end result a perfect mix of rustic wood mixed with a modern engineered handrail, I absolutely love that dude.

mickenoss says:

New sub mate – beautiful finish, it looks incredible.

lincoln Blk says:

that's sick bro love mortise & tenon how much did that end up costing when everything was said and done and how do you bid something like that? or is that hourly? thanks, beautiful work.

GILSON BATISTA DA CONCEIÇÃO says:

BRAZIL IS HERE

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