Trimwork & Cabinetry
There are always hiccups in kitchen remodels. Here are some field-modification solutions to common installation problems.
A quick look at decorative sticks
But let me axe you this—how do they keep 'em sharp?
How some simple jigs and a router can add interesting detail to millwork
A 2x4 frame skinned with Luan plywood, simple corner and shoe molding is captured on a helmet cam, 2x4 cam, speed square cam, drill cam, brad nailer cam and panning yard cam edited to high speed process over an acoustic blues tune.
The best containment strategy depends on the job size, tools required, location in the house, and proximity to living space
Dress up a post with a beveled top and tapered chamfer sides
Custom jamb for round top door
That's a lot of clamps :)
A pretty cool parlor trick that makes trade shows go quickly, and a great way to 'Wow' the kids.
With scrap lumber and a couple of hours, Samurai Carpenter builds a jig and smooths a log into the beginnings of a tabletop ...
How to make a tight scribe joint: don't scribe it. Boom.
OMG, the Ogee is an angle!
Smart phones, smart TV's, smart cars... it's about time the old-school dumbwaiter wised up a bit.
Our friend in Victoria BC, the Samurai Carpenter walks us through the timber frame tiny home that he has crafted—much of it from driftwood.
Historically, shutters were used for protection and light management. These shutters do both at the same time.
The humble drop cloth, protector of floors and furniture from paint drips and sawdust and fragments of fiberglass like stiffer bits of spiderweb ...