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Japanese Inspired Bookshelf (3 AWESOME Types of Joinery!!!) How To | Woodworking

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This video follows me as I build a really cool set of bookshelves that incorporate 3 types of mortise and tenon joint. I was inspired by Japanese woodworking while designing these bookshelves. Check out the detailed videos of each type of joint and don't forget to watch part 2, it has the best parts! "PLANS NOW AVAILABLE!!" https://www.thirdcoastcraftsman.com/shop "MY FAVORITE TOOLS" https://www.thirdcoastcraftsman.com/favorite-handtools "SUPPORT ME ON PATREON AND GET COOL REWARDS!!!" https://www.patreon.com/thirdcoastcraftsman Website -- https://thirdcoastcraftsman.com Instagram -- https://www.instagram.com/thirdcoastcraftsman/ Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/ThirdCoastCraftsman DISCLAIMER: Woodworking and the use of power and hand tools can be extremely dangerous. You are responsible for understanding the safe use of your tools and techniques. Your safety is YOUR responsibility, I accept NO responsibility or liability for any injuries, accidents, death occurring to you or others if you attempt to do the things that I do or use advice that I give. Part 2. Wedged mortise and tenon. https://youtu.be/5qa2wvn1pGY Tusked mortise and tenon https://youtu.be/Y4ycnyTvD4A Drawbored mortise and tenon https://youtu.be/TnYzY93seg8 Adventures by A Himitsu https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music released by Argofox https://youtu.be/8BXNwnxaVQE Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/MkNeIUgNPQ8
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Rocky Smith (1 месяц назад)
Yes , Utz, my kind of dog! Laid back!! 😀😀😀
Maksim Horbul (2 месяца назад)
Kris, are there any rules or requirement or recommendations to use wedged or tusked mortise and tenon joint in one case or another or that is up to the designer / craftsman ?
Ahmadali Afkhami (3 месяца назад)
0:40 - 1:00 what is he thinking about?
Tony Hill (3 месяца назад)
Love your work! I bet ive watched these videos about 1000 times. Liked it so much I purched the plans last night. Can't wait to get started on building it! Do you have any other Japanese inspired projects coming up?
Tony Hill (3 месяца назад)
That's awesome! I look forward to watching it!
Third Coast Craftsman (3 месяца назад)
Actually my next video has a bunch of Japanese inspiration
Jelicide Frost (4 месяца назад)
This is real nice!! I'm thinking of buying the plans from your site, can you tell me, what wood is bing used in theis build or is that provided in the plans? Thank You
Third Coast Craftsman (4 месяца назад)
thank you. I use maple but you can use a variety of woods. I explain that in the plans and in this videos description
Leviathen _- (7 месяцев назад)
Why do you use mainly hand planers?
Diogo Bastos (9 месяцев назад)
Thanks Chriss!!! beautifull!!!!!!
Ronnie Husbands (9 месяцев назад)
First, great project, and fantastic bookshelf! Second... NEVER put a plane on a work table/bench on its sole. Always lay it on it's side (unless it is being sat in a storage box that supports the sole, and has relief for the blade). This causes deformation of the iron (blade) edge, and can lead to the leading edge being out of parallel with the base. You are planing with the grain, but still getting broken/torn shavings... this is almost certainly because the irons are not sharp, with a consistent bur. (FYI... if that is all I can 'nit pick' out of the video, you are doing a great job!)
sacramentaoman (11 месяцев назад)
Beautiful work! Loved your idea of the board with the magnets in it.
Third Coast Craftsman (11 месяцев назад)
yea thats a really helpful little guide.
maxtennant1 (11 месяцев назад)
what do you do with the shavings ???
Third Coast Craftsman (11 месяцев назад)
Just throw them away, but Ill probably make some fire starters for this years camping trips :)
Sanjay Sami (1 год назад)
Great work, great video, great music.
njsoulis (1 год назад)
Your dog made my day with his 'lipstick" hanging out. Bahahahahahaha! Great video!
lil napoleon (1 год назад)
Never thought about putting dogging clamps on the side great Idea
Zap Wood (1 год назад)
beautiful! Love your vids bro =)
Prima Vista Tutoring Solutions (1 год назад)
What kind of front vise? Love the size
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Thats the veritas twin screw from leevalley.com. Its amazing!
Joey Fleming (1 год назад)
I'm just now getting into the Japanese saws and cutting joints by hand. I like the magnet straight guide you made, that was one of my concerns about how to keep those cuts straight. I'll have to visit your draw bore video as i'm going to be using this technique as well on a table i'm doing
Wyatt Marten (1 год назад)
I like this video but I couldn't work this fast
Snappuccino (1 год назад)
Seriously awesome. Love all the joinery. Definitely inspired to make something like this. Thanks man.
Cainan Parker (1 год назад)
So great to see people outside Australia using Jarrah!!! Great vid by the way, much appreciation from Western Australia
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
C Park thanks! I wish I could get my hands on more of it. It's beautiful stuff! I'd love to visit Australia someday!
William Eisner (1 год назад)
I agree about the elevator music, most of us might rather hear your tools doing what they do.
Rok Podlogar (1 год назад)
it''s a very beautiful designer furniture and visible joints really accentuate the wood. but yeah, you gotta have some sexy wood to make it work :)
Keith Avery (1 год назад)
I live on the Third Coast as well...gotta love Pure Michigan. Well done, and thanks for sharing.
Ian Authbert (1 год назад)
The pooch has his lipstick out
Ryan Rich (1 год назад)
Just found your channel. You do great work. Subscribed.
The Lost Texan (1 год назад)
can you recommend a good Japanese joinery book for furniture
Matthew Herrmann (1 год назад)
korthals griffon?
Matthew Herrmann (1 год назад)
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Matthew Herrmann Deutsche Drahthaar
SURE D (1 год назад)
your dog has primate anchestors :-) like 533 for your thrive of handwork precision
Razuad Roslan (1 год назад)
what kind of wood is this?
Michael Contreras (1 год назад)
What types of wood did you use? I love the grain on the lighter wood.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Michael Contreras the dark wood is Jarrah. The light wood is white oak.
Tony Miller (1 год назад)
Perhaps it's just my adolescent sense of humor affecting my ears, but did you say "all that jizz" at 0:30 ? I should add that this vid got my sub - nice job.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
There was 2 other people that said the same thing! I've listened to it like 20 times and I don't hear that at all. I say, "the first thing I'm going to do is dimension all this rough lumber, I'm going to get it nice and smooth and square on all edges and cut to the right length and ready for glue up."
marc coogan (1 год назад)
Great video! What type of dog is that?
marc coogan (1 год назад)
wow that was fast! I'm watching part 2.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
marc coogan he's a Deutsch Drahthaar
Robert Brunston (1 год назад)
Very good! Thank you.
MikeUCV (1 год назад)
Just discovered your channel and watched four videos back to back. I think it is going to be a long afternoon of binge watching the rest. Keep up this great craftsmanship! PS: Cool dog!
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
haha, thanks Mike, I just started getting better at filming and editing the videos. So apologies right now for some of the poor quality ones!!
JUSTIN TIN (1 год назад)
this is chinese woodwork art,no janpanese
WOODA Reclaimed Wood (1 год назад)
nice...can you tell us what planes are you using?
Angel Luis Trinidad (1 год назад)
I love the video, so I subscribed.
Eason Qin (1 год назад)
nice build, but your video is very shaky, i feel dizzy watch all those close up shots
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Eason Qin I'll definitely work on that. Thanks for the feedback.
eddyogi (1 год назад)
Seems like your dog was "excited." :)
jon Q (1 год назад)
Funny thing is I was literally eating a hotdog when I saw that... kind of lost my appetite.
One Man Band Woodworks (1 год назад)
Hey just found your channel and subscribed, love your work mate. Have a look at my channel some time if you don't mind.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
One Man Band Woodworks will do!
barry cannon (1 год назад)
Great build, the dog is a star, please please, lose the music. It's just a distraction.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Im sorry you don't like the music, I appreciate the feedback. I might consider not adding music in the future, but I personally think it really adds a nice layer to the videos. When I am editing the videos they seems very dull until I add music. Its similar to any movie you see in the theaters. They all have music to add another element. But I definitely appreciate and will consider your feedback.
Joe Basement Woodworking & DIY (1 год назад)
looks good so far ! just subscribed idk if u subscribe to other woodworking channels but i would love to have you aboard mine I look forward to seeing what you have done and what u do in the future. cool looking dog to btw. what kinda dog is he?
Joe Basement Woodworking & DIY (1 год назад)
Third Coast Craftsman awesome thanks brother much appreciated and yes I did see part 2 right after watching part 1 looks awesome!👍👍i have a bunch of hand tools but im still learning the patience of using them.lol you do some really nice work. ive heard of them dogs,now that u say the name and those are a very bad ass hunting dog. the eye and fur color is beautiful ! and like I said look forward to watching the rest of your stuff keep the vids coming bro! 🍻
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Hey Joe, Thanks for reaching out. I just returned the favor. I hope you got to see part 2 where all the fun happens haha. He is a Deutsche Drahthaar, which is a very bad ass hunting dog breed from germany haha. I wont bore you with the details, but yes he is very cool haha
Jack Viner (1 год назад)
Uh, are you or your audience familiar with Roycroft "Little Journeys"  shelves from the Arts and Crafts period of the early 1900s?  P.S.- VERY good camera work!
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
ahh yes, I saw that picture one time online and it is definitely what inspired my design. I had no idea who made it or what it was called but I remember the split sides and the tusked M&T joints for the shelves.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
No I am not, ill check them out though
LtCol Killgore (1 год назад)
for fucks sake what is with these craftmen and ruining their videos with this royalty free elevator music gartbage.... so many videos i would love to watch but cannot stand the horrible music....
pinkiewerewolf (1 год назад)
New subscriber here but loooooong time YT woodworking viewer here. All this will be my opinion, of course. I've subbed though so you know that there are a lot of positives in what you're doing! I like music in the background of a video, not in the forefront, and if it fits the video content. nutnfancy is a great example of a guy that blends music from the forefront into the background and out of the video for his main body of information... which isn't woodworking. I like Paul Sellers' style too. His videos are not boring for me... it is just that they are getting redundant after all these years. A LOT of people are mimicking his content with their own style or younger people and I've heard Paul say that at times he thinks he should be behind the camera. AND... Paul has used music quite a bit in his videos, especially when he started the YT thingee and his Artisan DVD series.  Anywho, my suggestion, as a consumer, highlight your finished project at the beginning. Give us a few juicy points of interest, (materials used, and why, techniques used and why you chose them, etc...)  then jump into the production where you can emphasize those POI. When you use music you can start with a bit more volume but fade it back and let us hear the saw and plane work.  Once again, you are doing a LOT of GREAT stuff, just my .02c worth. Feel free to delete this comment or let me know and I'll 86 it, if it isn't appropriate.  John aka pinkie
AZ Mobile Detail Kingz N Reviews (1 год назад)
Third Coast Craftsman definitely agree with you i am a wood worker myself and love sellers but they get boring and i eventually only watch a few minutes and then change it the music in this video isnt bad there definitely is some out there that drowns out the video but this one is good sir great job!!
Keegan Bye (1 год назад)
It's called a mute button genius.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
LtCol Killgore there are all sorts of styles and tastes out, personally I get bored with Paul Sellers type videos. They are great if what you want is straight information, but that is not the direction I want to take with my videos. I also do not have the authority that 40 years experience gives to paul. He is a great educational source, but I wouldn't call him entertaining. The vision and direction I see myself going with the channel is a blend of education and entertainment. I want people who don't even do woodworking to be able watch and enjoy the process of creating something. I have a long ways to go and I know I will never be able to please everyone. My latest videos have done really well and it's really encouraging to make more. I do appreciate your comments and hope I you will still subscribe and watch anyways even with the music!
LtCol Killgore (1 год назад)
well said! i might come off brash but i always try to be constructive.... after all, i love watching woodworking videos, and if it were up to me they would all be made like paul sellers.... no music, no over-excitement or over-exaggeration that seems to be the trend on youtube...make videos seems disingenuous.... i would rather have just straight relaxing, information driven videos with only the sounds of the shop and environment. One of my favorite series by paul sellers is when he is making a workbench in the yard and you can hear kids playing at a school in the background most of the videos.
DD (1 год назад)
Very nice!
scott (1 год назад)
love those wirehaired pointers! "ugly" dogs haha. i have a pudelpointer myself, but he is slick-haired not shaggy. i was looking for a wirehair originally, but couldn't find one in a reasonable distance. i'm rockin nicholson bench, too. hm, two of a kind. except i think your joinery is better
Mike Thompson (1 год назад)
Nice job. Love Utz! Everything I know I learned from dogs.
John Schultz (1 год назад)
Great video! Looking forward to part 2!
Pious Devil (1 год назад)
Get it nice and square and all that. . . jizz?
BigHat (2 месяца назад)
Nice and smooth on all edges....
pinkiewerewolf (1 год назад)
Nope, even late subs like me caught it too.
Jason Mickley (1 год назад)
Pious Devil thank god someone else heard that! I thought I was going crazy.
dustoff499 (1 год назад)
That's one awsome bookshelf to be proud of. Nice!
John Conklin (1 год назад)
Nice project and a great dog!
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
John Conklin thanks! Utz is the man!
Mourad Zeghba (1 год назад)
you are the real professional, I would like to teach me more
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Mourad Zeghba I'll do my best!! Thanks for the kind words
Chadwick (1 год назад)
Great video, definitely subscribing!
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Chad Phelps thanks Chad, glad to hear that!
Thom spillane (1 год назад)
Awesome video really great idea with the straight edge with the magnets nicely done.
Third Coast Craftsman (1 год назад)
Thom spillane thank you Thom. Now, I just have to make sure I don't loose that little tool. It looks just like a piece of scrap wood haha. I should paint it or something.

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