We’re not sure we’d ever give a robotic arm a circular saw or power drill to gut us with, but it’s still pretty cool to see how these mechanical marvels can be trained to perform tasks normally reserved for skilled humans.
We all know how the edge of a piece of paper can do some serious damage to your skin, but can its sharp properties do any damage to wood? Carpenter John Heisz decided to make a paper blade for his table saw to see if he could cut things with it, and the results were shocking.
After showing the craftsmanship that goes into handmade tools, John Neeman Tools built an entire home from hand-felled trees, locally sourced stones, and mostly using hand tools. The frame and roof were made with wood joints and pegs, with no nails, screws or hardware.