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JOINTS WITHOUT WELDING.. 3 REAL BRILLIANT IDEAS FOR BOX BAR 90° DEGREE

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3 REAL BRILLIANT IDEAS FOR BOX BAR 90° JOINTS WITHOUT WELDING..

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I don’t know if this can be called a woodworking joint, but it is an interesting way to practice bending wood. Surely you already saw this way of making a corner joint with a metal profile, so I decided to try making this curved corner joint, but with wood. Although I am not sure if this can be called a wood joint, a carpenter’s trick, a woodworking tip or what. But I love to see how the grain of the wood has continuity all along the 90 degrees at the front of the curved joint. Anyway, I also took the opportunity to practice bending wood at home with boiling water, which is something I tried to do for the first time.

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  1. These are really good alternatives to welding. Useful for people who either don’t know how or who can but don’t have one handy. That last method that doesn’t require any fixings left me stunned. And the angle grinder control on display here is noteworthy. I consider this video instructional grade.

  2. Bendiciones, saludos desde Panamá 🇵🇦 excelente trabajo ya tengo una buena referencia como hacerlo!

  3. You video disliked and unsubscribed due to back ground baseless music. ..
    We watch your video for technical work not for baseless music. ….

  4. Hey! I’m wondering if you found out the name of this technique yet? If you thought of it yourself, can you give it a name? I’m about to make a piece using a ton of these, and it’d be nice to call it something other than “that YouTube curved joint” 😊

  5. Great proof of concept. Possible application, in my mind, would be keep the thin part, but make it longer, then cut a piece out of the second piece of wood so you could bend it round like a venere and glue on. might be less involved, but get similar results?

  6. This sort of joint is very historical in marine woodworking, and you laid it out almost exactly the way it would have been done three hundred years ago. Steam bending like this seals the butt ends of the wood (important as sea) and it makes a very strong joint The only real difference would be the use of hide glue and the clamps would have been made of tristed strips of leather. Really well conceived and well done!

  7. Yeah? What good is one corner joint? What're you gonna do with the other 3 if you're making a frame?
    Completely useless!

  8. Loved the video, very thought provoking! Also I thought all the home made tools look fantastic. A true woodworker!

  9. I think will be useful for an office chair that had plastic arm rest which broke; now only had the sitting part and the back part apart, I try to make it with metal but weight to much, so making it, this way look a little more artistry_.

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