All Video Treats


Video Treats // Tools

A Human Controlled Jobsite Robot

You get paid for what you do and what you know. If robots can do what you do, then is time to know more.


Video Treats // Woodworking

Two Ways to Cut Mortise and Tenon Joints

Which method is better—by hand or machine?


Video Treats // Tools

Product Review: iClone App Boosts Contractor Productivity

Need an extra hand on the job? Fire up the iClone app and match the settings to the task at hand.


Video Treats // Woodworking

'Floating' Waterfall Coffee Table

All you need to build this table is biscuits, bowties, Festools, and straight edges...  


Video Treats // Woodworking

OldSchool Woodworker Chatting it up in his Shop

"Seventh-grade shop was probably the most fun I had in all my school days. That was kind of the beginning of my woodworking career. Here I am, decades later, still sort of in seventh-grade shop." —Edward Wohl


Video Treats // Framing, Trimwork, Cabinetry, Woodworking

The Woodworker: 1940 Vocational Guidance Film

A film on the many aspects of woodworking that go into building things with wood—including a pre-robot look at technology displacing workers  

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The Parthenon's Construction and Design as Revealed in the Rubble

Counting down the top 15 pages of 2016. This one is #7. Athena and Poseidon's temple of war, peace, and democracy  


Video Treats // Concrete, Masonry

A Day in the Life of a Post-War Bricklayer

Jack Ellis is a brick layer. His work starts at 8 in the morning. Jack is working on the third floor, so he climbs the—what appears to be homemade—ladder up to get on the scaffolding.


Video Treats // Framing

Carpentry Without Nails: Traditional Japanese Home Building

A Chinese TV show that never made it on the air—until there was a YouTube.


Video Treats // Tools

Jobsite Magic Trick: Balance 13 Nails on the Head of One

Swindle Amaze your co-workers with this tailgate bar trick!

Video Treats // Framing, Trimwork, Cabinetry, Woodworking

Japanese Carpenters Assemble a Beam with Incredibly Tight Joinery

Two Japanese carpenters demonstrate the mortise joinery used to assemble a built-up beam. The claim is that the joined beam is as strong as a solid one. #I'mBuyingIt


Video Treats // Woodworking

Build a Bluetooth Jobsite Speaker

You are 20 bucks away from a speaker that rocks


Video Treats // Kitchens, Baths


Have a good weekend

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Video Treats // Tools

Grilling and July 4 Go Together Like Cheetos and Charcoal

A fire-starting snack that knows no borders  


Video Treats // Framing

Video Treat: Build an Epic Beach Fort

If you have kids, build this fort. If you don't have kids, build. Build like crazy because once you have kids, it will take twice as long to build anything.


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Father/Son CNC Playdate

Because kids have school projects and Dads have CNC machines.


Video Treats // Woodworking, Trimwork, Cabinetry

Cool Video of a Cool Bench Build

Angled and tapered legs make a saddle for the tapered top


Video Treats // Concrete, Masonry, Siding, Exterior Trim

Robotic Bricklayer

Can't get your bricklayers to answer the phone? Call SAM (Semi Automated Mason)