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those beams have little if no knotts
Well Don man.. That's amazing.. Thanks for this video
japanese scarf joint sounds like something your teenager drug dealer sells
i lived in misawa for a while loved learning but they tended to like the way we do it,,,,lol, young fellas
yoko kanawa 👍
having that skills at your age is fantastic.
Thank you for sharing Japanese skills and culture! It's a great work!
On this kind of work I'd try a European style frame saw, instead of the Japanese saw. It's symmetrical, you can use it to cut on both push and pull, can cut through much thicker material, and there's a ton of different blades you can use, usually quite thin, with various tooth shapes and sizes. It allows for a longer stroke, though, making straight smooth cuts easier to achieve, and less tiring.
But like what kind of wood do you mainly use. Also what are the best wood to use chisels with
Just Subscribed... your craftsmanship is insane.
I LOVE seeing money get wasted.
I'm always amazed at the level of precision of your work. Love it.
Great craftsmanship and joinery. I believe everyone in the RU-clip and WoodWorking community appreciate your work very much, thank you for sharing Samurai. Keep up the great work!
Superb work but please please lift with your legs and not your back. You are going to do yourself some serious injury lifting heavy beams like that!
Wow. Absolutely stunning.
"Suck it up princess" 🤣
he is a magician
great work. What timber is that? cheers
wasnt the ryobi jab saw kind of cheating ? just kidding im a big fan
Absolutely beautiful! I bet it is satisfying driving that square peg in! Thanks for the video.
love the scarf joint. Top quality wood work.
All I can think of is someone calling me to a job like that with a rot issue asking me to rebuild part of that structure...
suck it up princess? I have dealt with carpenters like this guy most of my life.. they have some talent and for some reason think they are something special.. I usually speak them once and fired them a second time.. even though they are talented and have a good skill they are a disruption and a pain in the butt.. Good carpenters can control there ego's..
Sure would have been nice if you would have used something to show the lines before you cut it out..
what was that ryobi chain moticer ? i have never seen one of those , and already i must have one
Top shelf, absolutely premium work and skill. I also find some of the videos difficult to watch because of your boasting and large ego. Your skills speak for themselves, and they are top tier, but your manner alone, brings your channel down. I have subscribed and then unsubscribed more than once just for that reason. It catches people wrong, and it is without doubt the single and only down side of your video. If you think about it, the painted tools alone, which most all of us recognize, is because of ego backwash. Thank You man... seriously,... for sharing your GREAT skills with us.
I know it’s time lapse ... so how many hours total till set?
what is that plunge tool? Looked like a plunge chainsaw
Nick swardson is that you
@Samurai I would like to thank you for the content you share with us. I'm 31 year old with an addiction to prescription opiates but have been clean for almost 5 years. I grew up in construction, my father being a builder and master carpenter like yourself. I used to love work working when younger and into early 20's but was soon left with a bad taste in my mouth due to addiction and working with family. I started watching your videos about 5 months ago and then decided to make a jewelry box and his spice rack for a friend. In doing so and continuing to view your content it has ignited a spark and once thriving passion with me and play the first time in a long time I'm excited for the future and excited for the things that all continue to build to thank you sincerely sir
good going with the sikkens. best stuff for wood
.... Yup, and $50,000 later. And that's just for the lumber I'll bet.
Is there a ratio formula for scarf joints for applying to different dimensions of lumber?
God. Damn. Beautiful.
Hi, wow what a great video, it looks absolutely beautiful. Hats off to you man. Can I ask- the template. Would using one side or only cutting one template be enough or is it necessary to have both and should the height of the template be slightly higher than the beam to account for the saw cuts on the actual beam?Also what size is that paring chisel? It’s awesome. Finally what brand of tool belt/braces are they?Cheers Dan
It’s like “daimochi tugi” l think so台持ち継
I watched one of your more resent videos and right after that I went back all the way to the beginning. I'm almost caught up!
The bed you made for your son and the video inspired me to build more and more. I’m currently building a bed for my son. Thanks for the inspiration. The Rookie Wood Worker
As someone who's done a bit of timber framing, I find this super impressive. Well done sir!
Where did you learn? Where did you start?
Really awesome video, love this wood joint and the way the joint locks in. Totally neat. Thank you.
One of my main reasons to move into Canada is you, man. You're the best. Hope to learn from you in the future.
I believe you have given me an amazing idea for a bedframe design. awesome work.
That was awesome to watch. But do you think the use of a 6500$ band saw was a little excessive? just a little?
And i was pleased with my dovetail joint at school!!
You are AWESOME!!!
I wish the wood that grows in australia was as nice to work as this stuff.
Where you find beams this size, local lumber?
I loved the cabin you did on the beach. Have you done a video on this house, is it finished? I don't get to catch all of your video. But, I'm still a fan. Keep on keeping on.
why not using laminated beam ? good job.
Wow, I can only dream.
nice piece of cedar
Why do you build with inches? It seems so silly and counterintuitive to use fractions
Where did you get that leather tool apron?
I literally can't saw straight or join two bits of wood together to save my life, but it's a joy to watch such craftsmanship.
So if you were a REAL carpenter you would have plowed out the ledger instead of using joist hangers like the rest of us hacks. Just kidding!It does look though like you need about $8,000 worth of tools to make this joint - correct?
Stunning work! But please, use a mask and safety glasses.
You sir?, are a wood and mathematical genius... awesome video.
Looks great! Pretty abrupt with your helper there though - not sure why a high caliber pro can’t also foster a work environment to match the quality of the product.
The ancient art of the Ryobi Chainsaw Plunge Router
Keren bang bikinan,a
Beautiful workmanship, seems an odd joint that is almost designed to hold water.
I never saw the top and bottom of the scarf joint before. Just realized there is a t shaped mortise and tension in the end. Makes sense, otherwise it could twist. Awesome joinery.
What kind of pants is he wearing?
You are doing a good job but I can't ask why don't you stain the wood before putting in place.It's a lot easier and you don't have to be afraid that's gonna rain over it
does he have a vid of his work vest?
Very nice work!I learned to make this joint while working with Japanese carpenters on Kikai Island, one of the Ryukyu Islands in southern Japan. They built the entire house without metal fasteners of any kind (with the exception of nails for the siding). One day, while I was nailing up said siding, the head carpenter yelled at me: "Hey, what are ya doin'? "Huh?" I answered. "All the wood," he admonished me, "has to be oriented in the direction it grew, especially the posts, because that's the way gravity was applied to them. The house is stronger that way.""How do you know which way it grew?" I asked.Stroking a post with his gnarled hand he said, "Just feel it. The grain is smoother in the direction it grew."I learned a lot working with those guys.
that ryobi saw at 7:32 what is that ??!! i need one
what was that Ryobi tool you used? like a plunge chainsaw haha
Nice tray japines one of the best jointery works
Where do you get your beams from?
Sou seu fã número 1!
Ive followed your videos with great admiration for a long time and still i can be blown away by your precise and beautiful work. You really are an inspiration. Thank you
LoL, the Tyvek weather barrier is stapled to the building at the edges. Very bad construction. Good job on your beam.
Such beautiful work. Thank you for sharing it.
I have studied various wood working starting in 7th grade middle school high school until 10th grade went to vo-tech for 3 years the Scarf joint is one of the most Beautiful things I have seen in my life
If this guy doesn’t inspire you to take pride and do quality work nobody will.
Genuine question. If you made just 1 template, can’t you flip it over both ways to get to second template? I’m pretty sure that would work.
Why do you assembly the scarfed beam before dropping them on to the tenoned post? are both beam sections mortised?
One small wood key
Ok, I got some serious tool envy...
First Class !!
You always do really pretty work.