This is a short documentary movie that shows the whole process of how John Neeman Tools are being hand crafted. "It is a tragedy of the first magnitude that millions of people have ceased to use their hands as hands. Nature has bestowed upon us this great gift which is our hands. If the craze for machinery methods continues, it is highly likely that a time will come when we shall be so incapacitated and weak that we shall begin to curse ourselves for having forgotten the use of the living machines given to us by God." Mahathma Ghandi Music by Foreign Fields - "Names and Races". Special thanks to the band Foreign Fields from Nashvile (especially for Clayton Fike) for allowing to use their music as a soundtrack for our movie. http://foreignfields.bandcamp.com/ Please visit us: www.neemantools.com facebook.com/neemantools flickr.com/photos/neemantools/ Contact us: email@example.com+ More details
This is the second part of a short documentary movie that shows the whole process of how John Neeman Tools are being hand crafted. "It is a tragedy of the first magnitude that millions of people have ceased to use their hands as hands. Nature has bestowed upon us this great gift which is our hands. If the craze for machinery methods continues, it is highly likely that a time will come when we shall be so incapacitated and weak that we shall begin to curse ourselves for having forgotten the use of the living machines given to us by God." Mahathma Ghandi Please visit us: neemantools.com facebook.com/neemantools flickr.com/photos/neemantools/ Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org+ More details
Every year 12 students enrol on a one year course to change their lives. At the David Savage Atelier not everyone succeeds. "It takes hard work, perspiration, deep practice and inspiration." Artisan Media visited David at his International Woodworking School in Devon, England, to find out more. This short film reveals some of the school's secrets: A remarkably inspiring place! Useful Links: David Savage www.finefurnituremaker.com Artisan Media www.artisanco.com+ More details
www.arnoldzlotofftoolmuseum.com The beautiful traditional art of joinery, brought to life in the construction of a sash window frame from raw pine boards through completion using only hand tools. Commissioned by the Arnold Zlotoff Tool Museum in South Hero, VT and featuring joiner Ted Ingraham.+ More details
Black printing ink is one of the most consumed products in the industry. Most of this printing ink is produced in factories with complex chemical procedures. Companies like HP/Canon make 70 percent of their profits by selling these cartridges at 400% margin. Just a minor itch that led me to build something cool from observations arising from nostalgia of the days back in India. There's so much soot/pollution around us, esp. in crowded cities. What if the same could be repurposed to generate ink for printers? Rubbing alcohol+oil substrate+soot= lowtech non-uniform ink . We built a contraption that supplies the ink to HP C6602 inkjet cartridge interfaced with Arduino turning it into ~ 100dpi print platform. Technical details on anirudh.me/2014/02/kaala-soot-printer/ The system does work, but the ink is super low-tech, and okay for basic printing. Music: @ by ui (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/ui/Monorave_Compo/HEXAWE_-_MONORAVE_compo_-_14__by_ui) 'kaala' stands for black Music: @ by ui (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/ui/Monorave_Compo/HEXAWE_-_MONORAVE_compo_-_14__by_ui)+ More details
Sounds of the woodshop, that is, a.k.a.: the quiet edition. Sit back and chill to the sounds of sharp blades and smooth wood. This is a collection of clips documenting the steps and sounds involved at most every stage of the process of hand making a traditional aikuchi tanto mount from reclaimed driftwood. The project began as a large piece of Nootka Cypress driftwood and is worked entirely by hand through each step, employing tools and techniques as they would have been used centuries ago when this style of knife was developed in Japan. The blade is made from century-old shear steel from a horse drawn carriage spring and based on design elements of the 13th century Aizu Shintogo tanto: islandblacksmith.ca/2014/04/aizu-shintogo-kunimitsu-tanto-kata/. Read more about the process of making this work on the photo essay page: islandblacksmith.ca/process/making-aikuchi-tanto-kuro-urushi-koshirae/ The next step will be to finish the surface with natural urushi lacquer.+ More details
Few things determine your success as a fine hand tool woodworker more than the sharpness of your tools. And nothing makes woodworking more frustrating than a dull edge. In this course, award-winning craftsman and instructor Frank Strazza will reveal to you his secrets for honing a razor edge on your woodworking tools. See full course: http://www.sustainlife.org/store/online-courses/sharpening-hand-tools/+ More details
This may not be the fastest way to cut dovetails, but it does ensure accuracy. Read the accompanying blog post here: http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com/2009/06/handcut-dovetails-video.html Music: Derek and the Dominoes (Eric Clapton) "Bell Bottom Blues"; and the instrumental version performed by Vitamin String Quartet. The Village Carpenter Blog by Kari A. Hultman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.Based on a work at villagecarpenter.blogspot.com.Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com.+ More details
Building a skin on frame kayak of wood, canvas and flax thread, using only hand tools, in the course of 8 days, in Vestfossen, Norway. Photo / Edit : Silje Ensby Songs: Centre of the Universe— Unconventional Fear / I know the meaning of life but I won't tell you. Julian Lynch—Travelers / Ruth, My Sister Bon Iver—Lisbon, OH Old clips from "Palos brudefærd", 1934. Workshop holder : kajakkspesialisten.no+ More details
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