Woodworking Tips: Curved Woodworking Projects Extremely Large – Build A Curved Door Frame With Hardwood, Wood Work

Woodworking Tips: Curved Woodworking Projects Extremely Large – Build A Curved Door Frame With Hardwood, Wood Work

Awesome Tip: Curved Woodworking Projects Extremely Large – Build A Curved Door Frame With Hardwood, Wood Work



Curved Woodworking Projects Extremely Large – Build A Curved Door Frame With Hardwood, Wood Work
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36 Replies to “Woodworking Tips: Curved Woodworking Projects Extremely Large – Build A Curved Door Frame With Hardwood, Wood Work”

  1. To all you haters – shut up and see what he created! It was his house, and he should be proud!!! What kind of wood was that? Loved the grain. Really nice job gentlemen.

  2. very nice built….but unbelieveable safety issues ! no safety shoes,no cutting save trouseres ,no goggles, no dustremoving suction system…looks like a slave plant ,live and health of the workers doesnot matter….but a really nice work !

  3. Throwing safety out the window here. And after all that, it didn't fit. Measure twice & cut once holds true again. How many hammer dents where made using that sledge. I'm sure it looks good enough from a distance.

  4. Oh God some backyard furniture factory with basic equipment and using bare feet as clamps and wearing an army uniform… maybe Vietnam or China?

  5. Looks to me that it didn't fit the opening or WOULD even if lifted up. It would hit the shoulders before the radius touched.

  6. See the dents being hammered into the wood at approx 9:00 and the finish being rough as old boots. Nice though that the locals are employed creating these fittings.

  7. Faaark! Nothing here has any class, finesse, skill, nor professionalism whatsoever. And don't get me started on the safety aspect. If you can't work safely then the history of this 'factory' has a lot of 'incidents' a.k.a lots of people with missing digits and loss of income.
    The end result is a piece of crap.
    What is the point of this video again?

  8. To all you commenters………..have you noticed where this video was taped or at least take a guess at it? That explains the tools, safety equipment, very messy working conditions, lack of appreciation for the wood and a multitude of other infractions. I'm not surprised.

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