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The Woodworker


OUTSTANDING footage of home construction at mid 1900s. See
a) how much hardwood was used, and
b) how many people were employed.

See a house being built using wood instead of Prefab, watch men using hammers instead of nail guns. And there is still on-site construction of kitchen cabnetts by skilled carpenters.

The first half goes into basement joists and cross ties, and windows, doors and cabinets, and then goes on to show how woodworking jobs exist in factories. It shows the processes involved in creating plywood, laminates, and fine furniture. It also shows the woodworker's role in making molds for metal parts like flywheels, and how a sand mold is made and metal is poured.
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