Trim Carpentry Tips And Tricks


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Advanced Circular Saw Technique *Cut BackWards IN-DEPTH *a Tip for Pro Carpenters
Not intended for the average wood worker. This video is specifically designed for cabinet installers, millwork installation and general install. Do not try this at home.
I show PRO INSTALLERS how to use a circular saw (skill saw) to cut backwards when cutting their SCRIBE on a work piece, IN DETAIL & explain the BENEFITS in doing so – LESS BLOW OUT, LESS DUST in the air & most often quicker installation of the work piece. To achieve successful results, full concentration must be employed, a steady hand & most importantly common sense. With out these you will see less than stellar results.
Cut wood, sheet goods, laid up laminate panels, corian, avonite & so on…
NOT FOR BEGINNERS, NOT FOR BEGINNERS, NOT FOR BEGINNERS, Oh, did i mention this is not for beginners! Do not attempt this technique if you have not already mastered how to use a skill saw for beginners & intermediate skill sawing.
I have used this technique for a long time & adopted it into my daily work flow.
This tutorial is intended for professional installers, pro wood workers,master skill saw users.
Cut backwards with a skill saw. cut backwards with a circular saw , By doing so personally, you begin to understand the benefit this skill has to offer.
Not intended for the average wood worker. This video is specifically designed for cabinet installers, millwork installation and general install. Do not try this at home.

I wouldn’t have made this video if I felt it was that unsafe for others to try but I do stress this is NOT for amateurs

This vid may be controversial to those that don’t understand, the safety police-worried about everything crowd & hobbie-amature wood workers.
This is common practice with the crowd I hang with since they picked up on my lead years ago. I have however ran across several older pro finish carpenters that do this trick so there are more out there.
I work in the Southern California area from the mexican border to Santa Barbara so I get around. I work doing commercial finish carpentry installation, often times osha is on site & have never heard anything about it.