A web tour to carpenters in China
or simply a surf on wood stuff shared with buddies
Before you start I must warn, there were no meaning behind this, just pre curiosity after reading some books about Japanese wood working and realizing some of its roots in China.
On this link you can see different workers, like the barrel maker and a guy using a frame saw.
Notice the beautiful handles on his tool totes, wonderful plane and the frame saw.
Pushing the plane and frame saws on the wall, this could almost be Scandinavia.
I love this simple workbench.
Funny we never see hammers, it seems the axe is the hammer.
Looks like it…
A little inspiration to the box makers.
The Chinese ink line, notice how simple, I believe that the Japanese say theirs are so ornamented because it comes from China.
Cool tool box, and guide to making a simple work bench.
Wonderful tools, maker of comes.
Finally a carpenters tools together.
This image keeps coming up wonder if this could be the starter toolbox for the Chinese worker.
Hope this could be inspiring to others (I can’t be the only curious man on the planet).
-- Mad F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.