Ask the FastenMaster video showing how to fasten multi-ply engineered wood beams using TrussLOK.
More information in the website article - https://nickferry.com/2018/03/best-way-for-gluing-wood-together-to-get-thick-pieces-ep86/ including links to the wood
Socket Systems manufactures the metal joinery system called Lumber Link. This 3-16" steel "socket", joins 6"x 6" rough-cut timbers or wood members, to create a
If your comment was removed, it is because it was already covered by the following snappy answers to stupid questions: -------"Freeze the pinball to make it sm
I was putting in a 22' long double LVL beam to support the roof load.
FastenMaster PROStar, Brad Morse of Uncarved Block demonstrates cutting a traditional pegged mortise and tenon joint. Often used in timber framing, this techni
Kuiken Brothers Engineered Wood Products partner is Boise Cascade, manufacturer of AJS and BCI I-joists, Versa-Lam and Versa-Stud LVL beams, headers, columns an
Screws are one of the greatest fasteners available. There is a screw for almost every application. I cover some of the basics necessary for understanding the ad
Video shows how to build handcrafted timber frame roof. It's one of my first roof ever. Mostly made by chainsaw only. I apologize for poor video quality. For mo
This video covers anchor installation basics, including installation practices and techniques for adhesives, expansion anchors, and heavy-duty screw anchors for
Have you heard of Huber? What about Zip Sheathing and Advantech Subfloor? Huber is the manufacturer of these two products and on this build we're using both.
We did some basic test on standard 3/4" plywood versus marine plywood with dry and wet samples. We also tested four different construction adhesives for their
For more Bob Vila How-To's, visit http://www.bobvila.com/sections/more-home-improvement for quick tips and project. With demolition completed, other surprises
Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/v/BhU1/ Our framer Scott Ruppert works alone with two ladders, a nail gun, and g
8" x 8" Mortise & Tenon joint cut in oak, basic timber framing techniques for use in post and beam construction. Comments, Likes and shares of my videos much a
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to save a wood deck from a catastrophic collapse. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/SubscribeThi
Watch as we remove a drop beam and replace it with a flush mount beam to open up an old living room and kitchen. We will walk you through all the steps you need
Bob and Paul Pacella (of Maine Post and Beam) discuss the cutting and placement of the engineered wood glulam ridge beam for the garage.
Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com/forums/ demonstrates why nails are better than screws when it comes to construction framing projects. If you h
In this project, we demonstrate the construction of a glulam or laminated beam in place. That is, the beam is built in an existing structure, where it is needed