Today we will be comparing my work to a well-renowned Japanese craftsman named George Katsutoshi Nakashima. He was a famous American woodworker, architect, and furniture craftsman. He had very many famous works that are so precise, appealing to the eye, and very creative. I just started learning about Japanese joinery and its origins these past fewContinue reading “Japanese Joinery”
Japanese woodworking has been around for hundreds of years. The first great revolution of Japanese joinery was during the Yayoi period (200 B.C – A.D. 250). This period was marked by the introduction of iron tools. Two popular joinery pieces were tenons and mortises. The next major period of Japanese woodworking was the Tumulus period,Continue reading “Japanese Woodworking”
In this video, I explain what a week in my field of expertise is like. I talk about my process of cutting out Japanese joinery for my table I am building for my last credit. I also explain my process of designing a bench for my clients in Elementary B to represent deforestation.
Listen below to hear Aidan Taylor and Trevor Hart share about their collaboration experience!
This design roadmap explains to you each change I made to my CNC bit holder for the maker space. The presentation will explain to you what was designed from 3D models to a physical version with step by step changes and next steps.
This video explains how to build a Lego brick in Fusion 360. If you don’t know how to use Fusion, follow the second link for a beginners’ tutorial.
This video is explaining how to create simple designs in fusion 360. It includes 3D circles, squares, pockets, and holes.