Trimwork & Cabinetry
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.
Two types of newel post are in this staircase: those that sit flat on the floor and those which are notched around the treads and risers.
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 ...
Zero-clearance inserts reduce tearout and improve safety on a tablesaw
Keeping it #oldschool and building double-hung windows like they used to
Fitting finished stair parts that are too narrow and too deep
Budget-consious, stain-grade stringers with some non-traditional joints.
The trick to a long miter joint is flat, straight stock. And a lot of clamps.