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Grand Junction Guy - June 20, 2018

Anyone else hear the “doodle-bob” in that song lmao

Felix From Nebraska - June 20, 2018

Thank you Sensei, You are the master.
Thanks for sharing.

Alex Rodrigues - June 20, 2018

Be cool if what’s up Wednesday and free tip Friday could make a come back for all of us that started watching you years ago for the tips and tricks.

    irdenadi - June 20, 2018


    Anthony H - June 20, 2018

    You understand that this is a business, right? YouTube drastically changed it’s ad payouts, so these guys aren’t getting the income they used to. Better start getting used to the pay for more content model, because they’re all going to start doing it.

    Alex Rodrigues - June 20, 2018

    Anthony Hereld cool opinion man. I happen to have one of my own too and it’s different then yours. I disagree that all helpful content needs to be hidden behind a paywall. I think that there can be a happy medium of free helpful content and extremely detailed payed for content.

    embeaston - June 20, 2018

    Alex Rodrigues Absolutely. But again this is his business. Which feeds his family and pays bills. I’m sure the samurai would love to have the time to film, edit and post “free” vids for the sake of passing knowledge. But there are only so many hours in a day.

    Do you have any helpful knowledge you’re posting? I’d take a watch. I try to post some leather tips on my Instagram. OwlCreekHandmade

    Jordan Valladares - June 20, 2018


Hiker Marapese - June 20, 2018

Beautiful design and craftsmanship.

wforl - June 20, 2018

This kind of joinery makes me SO! happy. So much more skill than just sticking a domino up to it.

    Koality of Life - June 21, 2018

    I like the type of joinery that has the piece come through and a wedge shaped piece of wood keep it snugged up. I don’t know what its called but I like the way it looks. Its almost a lost art to make quality stuff now days, it takes time that most don’t want to spend. At least I can come here and learn something. 🙂

    Jttv - June 21, 2018

    Koality of Life “tusk tenon” or “loose wedged mortise in tenon” or “keyed mortise in tenon”

    Koality of Life - June 21, 2018

    Thank you. Some day I will get a spare minute to make something with that look to it. 🙂

    Neil Tonks - June 23, 2018

    This is woodworking at its best

    Rusty A - January 10, 2019

    Well domnino joints are great, super strong, fast and repeatable. It is the difference between making something for yourself for fun or having a business and making money!!! Give me the domino joint any day!!!!!

mmm bbb - June 20, 2018

Masterful! The Samurai skills school is amazing…

Bud Woodman - June 20, 2018

Very nice indeed. I really like how they are all reminiscent of the ‘Morris’ style furniture, which I have always found appealing.

G M - June 20, 2018

I could do that.

Add music to a video I made in post. Easy.

kooky flukes - June 21, 2018

Samurai Knocks it out of the park with this furniture out of 2×6. Nice to know that you are doing projects that are built from readily available lumber.
You rock!

Alec Ver Bunker - July 1, 2018

I do kinda miss your explanations. A little more narration would be awesome, voice over would even be totally fine.

    The Samurai Carpenter - July 10, 2018

    All the explanations are now offered through the online school. Every project is broken down in detail. Step by step. http://www.samuraiskills.com/

    Shmicko1974 - February 6, 2019

    I totally agree with you.

diverhose - July 1, 2018

Thank you, proud to be a student in your school. 🙂

Tidalwave Studio - July 3, 2018

great job! I only wish you would use pushsticks on the tablesaw. as someone who managed to almost cut off two fingers, it is hard to watch you working on the TS…take care!

Mike Builds - July 10, 2018

Always such a clean look and wonderful contrast.

Theo Andi Setio - September 28, 2018

Scary and intimidating skill, but challenging.
Superb man!

juan carlos moreno martinez - February 22, 2019

all my life, I’ve wanted that type of furniture, two furniture of two posts ..
what is the style. greetings excellent work

S. Carolina maintenance - April 16, 2019

What did u use for the legs/feet of chair. Size of wood. Thanks. Great looking furniture.

jussara Penha Borges - May 1, 2019

Lindo !
De Rio de janeiro Brasil

Abraham Padilla - July 18, 2019

what a beautyfull job, thanks.

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