Sir, your supposed to show these techniques to your worthy children and vested apprentices. Might as well show them an invisable arrow or the sawdust parachute.
That's pretty cool
The last of the woodbenders
Water, earth, fire, *wood*
Nice🙂 howevr i’m mouldin/ bendin metal wit the gang on site… Call me a metal bender👍🏾
Woah that's amazing
Now i wanna see the purpose or and end result of using this lil trick
That glueing was amateur - he should have used super strength pvc wood glue. Also that wood quality is awful. Btw I've got 1,000 years experience in construction.
Was it a Hitachi jigsaw?
I’d like to check the supposed 90degree angle
I’ve seen it done with metal tubing but never with wood. Now I’m looking for an excuse to try it.
Uhm... disappearing knot? How many times did this go wrong before it worked once for the upload?
Black magic. Kill with fire.
Nice prettiness. Nice crafting, ye did that pretty too. But just like my first high-school love, don't expect it to carry a full load.
So this is how they do it in Minecraft
A biscuit joint between the two glued straight edges would make the joint a lot stronger. (Obviously, dowels are too difficult, but not impossible.)
Nicely done great job 👍🏼🔨📐
Still can’t find my board straightener
What kind of sorcery is this!
UhM bitch WuT
Your tactics both frighten and amaze me, sir
This was a lot less satisfying than I imagined.
I tried bending wood but they turned back to original position...
Wow your fast
Or u could just play with it daily.. Itll eventually bend out if shape 🤐
He's a wood bender
Wow he bent a 1/8" thick 3 in long piece of wood... Wow such a challenge!!
Me: bending my wooden ruler until I can feel it wanting to snap ** you think that's impressive **
let's just say that when that protractor was shown on screen I nearly wanted to throw my phone
It looked like he ripped right thru his corner with the jiggy, yo.
I read the title as "bleeding wool" I was really confused for a minute
And the point is?
Too cool!!!Yes very good!!!)))
The old method of wooden boat building bends wood using water. You don't cut sections out as it weakens the timber and the structural integrity of the boat. But it takes a time to bend the wood.
This will just snap back
What kind of wood is it ?
Wooow How beautiful he fix it and i really Appreciating 👏 his wonderful work ⚒ that's phenomenal 😍 ♥
Very cool, thanks for sharing
Warm water or ..?
But will that joint really hold up? I mean it looks like it will always be a end grain to edge grain contact which tends to be fairly week cause the end grain soaks up all the glue. Seems like it would need some added reinforcement. But impressive how you measured it all out and it folds together neatly
Cut twice measure ones.
ok, but how did he hold that wood until the glue dried?
Brett! moms pissed off that you got glue all over her spoon!! *little sister yelling from across the house*
That's being very professional. Congratulations! I've never seen it in my life. Very good!
As Jim carry would say “LIKE A GLOVE”!! 😆
I see this done on square metal tubing all the time. Pretty cool to see on wood.
ok and your point?
That’s awesome, I would like to see if they can do a picture frame like that. LOL
A picture frame sounds like a great use for the technique. Good idea.
That's too cool!
You just realized that humid wood bends. This is well known to woodworkers already
Neat, but that is basically a glued butt joint and is not strong.
I feel like I'm being trolled here.
My jaw dropped!
Watched it like 27 times in a row
Cool ! Good idea !😆
How the heck did he use a jig saw to cut that wood sliver. I sense foul play.
@M K what?
I have been seeing a lot of videos of this technique but not in wood but in metal. It's an easier way of making the 90 but I have to say seeing this with wood I am definitely most definitely going to try this technique out. Thank you so much for sharing your video. That's why I love you too you can watch people from around the world using their own technique to get something done. It's never just one way of doing something everyone has their own special technique that makes it their own. And if this works out for me all my friends will know that I figured this out and I will have to delete my KGfilm account so they cannot find out I stole the idea from you. -)
THIS CAT APPARENTLY GREW UP IN A HOUSE OR FAMILY OF CRAFTSMEN!!!! LUCKY DOG!!!
I like to think he licked his fingers after wiping the glue with his hands.
A loose mortise and tenon joint would be important. Wood expands more across its grain than with it. Therefore, as the butted board expands across its width and the vertical edge of the other board does not, the glue will fail. Moreover, as the widths expand on both boards the band will be stretched, continuing to pull on the glue joint. If the glue doesn't fail first, pull out cracks will form on the edges.
@Jonny Rico The boards width (against the grain) will swell when ambient moisture increases in a room. The glue is a fixed amount, so it will get pulled apart as the wood expands, kinda like what happens to hulks clothes. If the glue manages to resist, then the wood on the outside edges will splinter apart.
You lost me at Moreover
Who care about load bearing? It's a freaking picture frame or some doorframe trim you twats
what kind of sorcery is this
Classic teaspoon handle glue spreader
Dad did that back in the 80s. So cool people keep passing this knowledge on.
My father told me they bend wood by steaming it in furniture factories, this seems like a similar idea.
You can actually bend whole planks without needing to cut the wood. It's something that is used to construct pianos, since cutting the wood would take away much of it's strengrh.
Bending across widest part will be difficult.
@Alastair Lugg The process is so tedious man. Idk what anyone says. Its not easy doing it manually.
I don’t think you can bend it the direction he did this one though. There’s a lot more material than I’ve ever seen bent. I’m not experienced enough, I assume the other way is to laminate multiple pieces to that width.
Bending wood like you mentioned is a slow and annoying process, great if you’re making a $15.000 grand piano, not so much if you’re making a $300 coffee table lol
This type doesnt seems flexible enough tho
Did u hard boil it, otherwise it is impossible to bend like that without breaking. This is really cool and the measurement was just wow, I still didn't get it how u did that... Appriciate..👍👍👍
And your grammar 🤯
Not bad for a baby🤯
Joint clamp or it won't be a right angle!
No clamps tho?
It is nice, and would serve well for many applications but it isnt gonna hold any sort of load. It's just some simple wood glue holding it together
For now but could always add a corner bracket later
Alternative title, how to make a boomerang.
Is that just water he poured on it.
Boiling water, yes
No end grain showing without needing to add edging - great
Now make a boomerang out of it!
Y'all ever seen those bendable rocks? They are 100% natural occuring rocks that look like arm's length slabs about 1-6 inches think and you can bend them and it's so mind blowing it looks like they are props or something but nope they are real and naturally occurring It has something to do with how their minerals are stacked that allows for give kinda like a ball chain necklace. It bends to a certain point then becomes ridged. So cool
For decorative purposes this is pretty cool.
Best post to daye
I’m going to try this. I was wondering do you get water marks during the staining process either way cool idea.👍🏽
Steam would have been a better choice than water but still super cool
Not bending if you cut it lmao
Makes for a unique touch to a pic frame, 👍
What kind of sorcery is this!? Witch! Dost thou bend wood with black magic!?