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4 Lessons I Learned From Other Carpenters

Learn from as many people as you can
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Chris Packer : The builder who taught me gave me several pieces of advice.
1. The secret to building well is knowing when a millimetre matters.
2. Be good at maths (especially sine, cosine and tangent to work out angles and lengths of components). Doing it this way means if a component doesn't fit there is something wrong with the project as a whole.
3. Be efficient. Don't cut and fit one component when you can precut everything and fit it at the same time.
4. Concentrate, especially when using power tools.
5. Be your own contractor. It is the only way you will appreciate how good and profitable you really are.
And from me - re-educate yourself once in your 40's as building is hard on your body and in your 50's you will have to compete with fit 20 year olds if you are still on the tools. For example look at site management, project management, property surveying or specialist consultancy.
Love your channel Scott (from Christchurch)
Jorrit Pronk : My lesson so far and hopefully my entire career. Never stop learning. Keep your eyes open. Nice vid once more. Thanks!
Life of Reilly : I’ll never forget the first piece of advice that really stuck with me as an apprentice finish carpenter (this was in 1989). My mentor had me running baseboard in closets to practice inside corners. When I finished the first closet, I searched him out to ask if I’d done it “good enough.”

His response was: “Two things. First of all; good enough isn’t. Second; if you need to ask, it’s not.”
David Boyce : A boss of mine way back told me "Never ask anyone who works for you to do something that you wouldn't". From sweeping the floor to working on the line, he was prepared to do it all. Have tried to keep that in mind when I have had people working for me.
s hegarty : #1 lesson from my old man "If a job is worth doing it's worth doing right". Used to drive me nuts as a kid but now it's my everyday motto.

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Steven B : Smart man measuring the beam before leaving the yard.
Another SBC video to brighten our day.
A fan from the USA.
optical David C. : I love watching your videos it’s relaxing and always learn something new keep up the good work I get more motivated to do a project or work when I see your videos much love and respect from Oxnard CA
Katrina Bell : Love the fact you use a Check List ... it looked exhausting, especially in the high humidity we have endured at the beginning of the week. Well done to you all SBC☀️
Matthew Garland : Amazing how quickly the walls come down after the new load bearing structure goes in
CHUCK Farlie : Absolutely amazing. It’s so gratifying to see people like yourself take pride in your work and doing things the right way.

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aaa aa : Hey Scott, thanks for the very in-depth analysis it was very informative.

All 3 brands you mentioned love it when we buy multiple of the same tool from different manufacturers - there's always the chance you'll convert, right!

And you should enjoy your tools because they're awesome and sometimes the main reason we carry on doing the hard work.

One thing I've learned though over the years is a tool is just an extension of our hands. My grandad was a very respected carpenter and he only had the axe, the circular saw and the handsaw. He could basically jump on a bus to get to work. And he managed just fine all his life.

Just a thought for us all to consider. I still love my extensive range of Makitas and I wouldn't swap that for the bare necessities. We're just very spoiled nowadays.

Have a great weekend!
ABD Contracting LTD : Just got this in Canada and I absolutely love it over the old one. I love the fact like you said about the 3 Starlock types. It's a great idea, the vibration control is great too
Jamie Saad : Loved this episode, found it funny and well made. Thanks for the tips and insight on the 3-4 tools mentioned. I personally think the Milwaukee 12v multi tool with the Milwaukee blade it comes with is one of the best I've ever used, don't know about the starlock function, but it doesn't bother me when it cuts so well.. keep up the awesome vids
agalleyne : You + Jess = relationship goals! Not only is she kind enough to make lunch for you (with extra cheese), she allows you to have tools in the bedroom? Wow.
S Russ : This was absolutely priceless! Thanks to you and Jess for making life in lockdown much more informative and entertaining. Greetings from Karaka.

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