At the start of 2020 my YouTube channel had 40,000 subscribers and has had nearly 10 million views. Here are a few of my most watched videos
8″ x 8″ Mortise & Tenon joint cut in oak, basic timber framing techniques for use in post and beam construction.
Timber framing scarf joint cut in 8″ x 8″ oak, basic timber framing techniques for use in post and beam construction. Full title; keyed scarf joint – splayed with square under-squinted abutments.
Timber frame scissors joint, a type of scarfed joint used vertically when a post is being formed from two timbers or (more commonly) a rotten part of a post is being replaced. Like a double splayed scarf joint.
Timber frame Tusk tenon joint, this joint is used mostly in floor construction. The tenon passes through the mortised timber and is wedged to hold tightly in place, the wedge is working in a similar way to the draw bore of pegged joinery. The top shoulder of the tenon is tapered back to reduce the… Read more
Timber framing drop cut tenon, this is a quick technique to cut a tenon on the end of a beam. Timber is a 5″ x 8″ beam off-cut.