#Wonderful Fascinating Strategies Japanese Carpenters Instruments Craft Expertise Ingenious – Woodworking

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Lynn Dunn says:

I really wanted to compliment the man, but he was wearing a pussy hat.

kragseven says:

Here in the US most people couldn't afford to have a hand crafted home. As it stands,builders are given short time lines to build a building which is hard to make even using precut lumber and sheet goods. In my working career we went from wood work and fancy trims to concrete and sheet rock . Cost and time killed the handcrafted building industry. If there is some sort of fancy trim, the design is stamped into the wood. If you think someone is going to do custom work for your crappy $8 an hour,guess again

Good person Paiva says:

Um espetáculo

Sean Lathbury says:

Carving the end grain! THAT is amazing. nice work guys

José Manuel says:

lo mejor que vi nunca, una pasada

José Manuel says:

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José Manuel says:

impresionantee

geris deeb says:

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froggleggers says:

Where is the assembled product?

Miklós Agócs says:

Very nice work. What kind of wood are you using?

Norm Landes says:

Add by the way, I really like the kappa-style hat that one of the artists/craft persons wears. I would like to have one for myself. Thank you.

Norm Landes says:

Of course all of your videos are inspirational as well as instructional, but from this one I always learn something new every time I watch it. I think this video shows the skills of the woodcarver as well as the carpenter. Of course, in Japan a distinction is made between different types of carpenters, and temple carpenters seem to be very special. In this video, I really appreciate 1) a display of all the tools for each job, and 2) how the tools are used. Very instructional!

I also appreciate the difference between the curves used in temple design and the simple straight lines that you see in classical Japanese interior design. Moreover, if you look at the shapes of the large pieces, they are structurally sound, deceptively simple but actually complex, and the carving adds a dimension to their complexity so that when assembled into a temple, the large beams, which do so much work, have a floating quality–almost like clouds.

Lastly, I wonder if some of the carving adds to the tensile strength of the beams? For instance the larger carved curves on the outside of the beams that follow the curve of the beams themselves, do they add to the strength? I think, also, that some if not all of the curved designs are inspired by Nature. What do you think?

Fernando Guimarães says:

Fantástico trabalho e demonstração de apurada técnica.

jnmpablo rg says:

Eso es de Artistas Maestro…

Frank yazzetta says:

Amazing Craftsmanship 👍🏻🙏🏻👍🏻

Riffster59 says:

What are the various timbers that are used?

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