Useful woodworking tips and skills. How to securely contact boards of different thicknesses

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Useful tips and skills for working with wood. How to securely connect boards of different thicknesses at an angle. Easy way to get the perfect connection. Woodworking ideas and projects. Woodworking ASMR. Beginner's Guide to Woodworking.
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  • @stevenwobick6301
    @stevenwobick6301Ай бұрын

    Great tip... so WHY are you using interior sheetrock screws?

  • @jimgresham5529


    Ай бұрын

    Because they work damn good !

  • @Dhalin


    Ай бұрын

    Depending on what you're actually building, sometimes if it's not load-bearing or overly important, if it's just something you're throwing together like a birdhouse or something simple, then you're not gonna care about choosing just the right screws or the most perfect wood. You're just gonna throw it together with whatever materials you have laying around, maybe even with recycled/repurposed stuff. My dad used to do that all the time, take some scrap wood and make stuff like a bird feeder, or a purpose built shelf for something specific or something of the sort. He'd use whatever was laying around in the shop. But when it came to furniture, he would make absolutely beautiful furniture that would easily fetch hundreds of dollars if sold, using the finest materials and the most clean construction.

  • @Joe_L_D


    29 күн бұрын

    I agree. You never know exactly how long something will be used, or when someone might lean against it (which always happens), so you might as well get the right fasteners. Plus, you’ll have the right fasteners for the next couple projects, it’s rarely a single project buy.

  • @Dhalin


    29 күн бұрын

    @@Joe_L_D again, that's assuming the wood used in the video is actually anything more than just a demo that he is gonna take apart as soon as he's done recording. I mean, look at that piece of wood up against the bricks, it has empty screw holes, likely from other demonstration videos.

  • @djtblizzle


    29 күн бұрын

    So he doesn’t waste his good screws for these videos!! 😂

  • @Rob-je6vx
    @Rob-je6vx25 күн бұрын

    Someone’s been taking KZread University classes from Diaz Construction.

  • @officialjayee9688


    19 күн бұрын

    Diaz mentor from college this one😂

  • @jay70328


    10 күн бұрын

    I think it's working well for him. He's got 1.3 million subscribers and is probably making your annual salary every month. You commenting only helps him more - that's why everything is done with at least a few mistakes.

  • @officialjayee9688


    10 күн бұрын

    @@jay70328 😂😂😂😂 KZread shorts pay £100 a month buddy research your shit before you try an comment

  • @Rob-je6vx


    10 күн бұрын

    @@jay70328 No shit Jay. Bit YT dont make as much as you’d think. Someone like you thinks a few hundred grand is a lot of money though.

  • @Rob-je6vx


    8 күн бұрын

    @@jay70328 The “can’t take a joke guy” has entered the chat. Anyone who starts with calling about money doesn’t have any.

  • @scottashe984
    @scottashe98428 күн бұрын

    Never once needed to do that in 30 years of construction.

  • @doggin6


    23 күн бұрын

    lol you probably don’t use drywall screws as structural either.

  • @venividivici4253


    9 күн бұрын

    Legit 30 years or 30 years of being in armchair construction?

  • @gregorsamsa1364


    9 күн бұрын

    I've definitely had to make cuts like that on numerous occasions over the years myself. Just recently had to make some cuts like that to replace some exposed cross bracing in an old barn type structure. But i didn't have any use for this dude's particular little scribing method here

  • @user-yl4gy9zx5m


    8 күн бұрын

    Plot twist…you’ve never worked in construction 😱😂🤣

  • @justforlaughs0646
    @justforlaughs064627 күн бұрын

    Did you cut that with a brick

  • @ScotteM


    18 күн бұрын

    He naw'd on the top with his teeth 😂

  • @mindaugasgrincevicius3597


    8 күн бұрын

    that's probably in the village somewhere deep in Russia probably 😂😂😂

  • @user-hd4rt3jz9n
    @user-hd4rt3jz9n27 күн бұрын

    Господа вот эти все ваши рисунки, бестолковые, если нижняя часть этого бруска имеет определённое место крепления. Никогда, верхняя часть крепления бруска, не совпадёт с вашими линиями!

  • @DasPizzaChit
    @DasPizzaChit26 күн бұрын

    Now it’s too short

  • @jakester455
    @jakester45512 күн бұрын

    Nice to see Diaz apprentices at work.

  • @anthonythorp7291
    @anthonythorp729129 күн бұрын

    After you cut it, it's shorter therefore the angle will be off.

  • @emmakoncept3445


    27 күн бұрын

    Why do you think that, it's hard to focus on the video?

  • @anthonythorp7291


    27 күн бұрын

    @@emmakoncept3445 hard to explain. Tip of board touches wall when marked then you cut that tip off and tip on other side touches the wall. So your moving the board closer which changes the angle and in theory shortens the board.

  • @ajs96350


    27 күн бұрын

    @@emmakoncept3445 He is 100% correct.

  • @you2449
    @you244927 күн бұрын

    One day, I dream of a day when some tool tip KZreadr will show us what the opposite end off the board looks like. The part on the ground.

  • @patrickdoyle1087


    21 күн бұрын

    It's 4 inches off the ground

  • @david_kg
    @david_kg26 күн бұрын

    Wtf kind of 3rd world construction is this?

  • @cvas282
    @cvas28224 күн бұрын

    Diaz is that you?

  • @CMH2THJ


    24 күн бұрын

    Classic comment

  • @username7274


    6 күн бұрын

    No! Diaz be Cricket his apprentice

  • @dexterdog62
    @dexterdog6228 күн бұрын

    He must watch Diaz Construction!

  • @user-mg9oy4yv9i
    @user-mg9oy4yv9iАй бұрын

    They need to look at 10/11/12 th century cathedrals still standing and look at the joints there.

  • @jerrydawg4434
    @jerrydawg443429 күн бұрын

    Great drywall screw at the end. Classy

  • @Crustyswede1
    @Crustyswede1Ай бұрын

    Great except the sheet rock screws!

  • @jezuschrystus.69


    Ай бұрын


  • @brianfoster4493


    Ай бұрын

    What is sheet rock attached to

  • @juanherediaambriz4257


    28 күн бұрын

    There are other types of screws for outdoors work

  • @magpierh
    @magpierh25 күн бұрын

    Are we just ignoring the horrible finish at the top of the angle?

  • @GreganDunn


    24 күн бұрын

    Yeah, cause it'll all be covered up anyways so who cares?

  • @gregthebaker829


    22 күн бұрын

    It seems so. The drywall screws were a big distraction it seems. 😂

  • @route5discgolf
    @route5discgolf26 күн бұрын

    All that great skills and then you use drywall screws?

  • @Scrapzilla69


    26 күн бұрын

    It’s not a drywall screw

  • @cakeman58
    @cakeman5827 күн бұрын

    I don’t buy this method because the angle against the wall is different than the angle against the stud.

  • @gregorsamsa1364


    9 күн бұрын

    How did you determine that?

  • @cakeman58


    9 күн бұрын

    @@gregorsamsa1364 Well, you make a good point. It depends on whether the other end of the stud is at a fixed point or offset by the same amount when measured. I guessed it was the former, but I could be wrong.

  • @TexasCuttingBoards
    @TexasCuttingBoards26 күн бұрын

    Drywall screws to the rescue. Those won’t snap. Lol

  • @paddyireland4657


    26 күн бұрын

    Drywall screws are threaded up to the neck. These are woodscrews. Wouldn't matter using drywall screws on a small job like this anyway. Carpenters often use them. They're stronger, thinner, cheaper and quicker than woodscrews.

  • @BryanClark-gk6ie


    26 күн бұрын

    Built a boat dock 17 years ago using all drywall screws still no problems.

  • @danielspanu6914
    @danielspanu691426 күн бұрын

    Nice job , drywall screws 😂

  • @user-ps2bj6dl6v
    @user-ps2bj6dl6v2 күн бұрын

    Это же революция деревянного строительства!

  • @hexhex7220
    @hexhex7220Ай бұрын

    awesome..just wish I could remember all these tips when i actually needed them

  • @C-commerce
    @C-commerce27 күн бұрын

    I had this weird angle on my muffler that i needed to do. After i watched this video i grabbed a 2x4 and did this. The result was amazing.

  • @Tips_Workshop


    27 күн бұрын


  • @yannickb6332


    26 күн бұрын


  • @andrewdow1609
    @andrewdow160925 күн бұрын

    I see you subscribe to Drywall Screw University. When in comes time to actually put up some drywall and you have no drywall screws left, I'm guessing you use nails, right?

  • @gregorsamsa1364


    9 күн бұрын

    That's when the deck screw stash comes out

  • @matthews1todd
    @matthews1todd25 күн бұрын

    Fir those watching in hopes of learning for a diy project, don’t do it this way.

  • @lennartjurries5742
    @lennartjurries574227 күн бұрын

    I shit my pants when i See professionels use screws from the 80‘s

  • @pinecone9045


    26 күн бұрын

    Hey drywall screws are versatile!!!

  • @yannickb6332


    26 күн бұрын


  • @Dhalin
    @DhalinАй бұрын

    Gotta love all the people in the comments harping on about the type of wood, type of screws, quality of the cut, etc. They are all missing the point of the video. This is clearly just some scrap materials to show a technique which does actually work perfectly fine. It's not meant to be a permanent construction of any sort, it's just showing you one easy way to do an angled joint without the use of any math or tools.

  • @davewilliams5998


    27 күн бұрын

    Ignoring the location of the fulcrum makes this video useless. As soon as the first cut was made, the fulcrum moved.

  • @rcirclebc3818
    @rcirclebc381826 күн бұрын

    Perfect drywall screws!

  • @cherob1984


    26 күн бұрын

    I asked the same thing even before coming to the comments!

  • @SuhartaUmar
    @SuhartaUmar26 күн бұрын

    Ok... makasih abangqu

  • @user-mg5er5hq9f
    @user-mg5er5hq9f27 күн бұрын

    Why are you using gry wall screw its wood it can be nailed🤔

  • @Scrapzilla69


    26 күн бұрын

    Not a dry wall screw

  • @ricg2011
    @ricg201125 күн бұрын

    Wth?? Drywall screws?? Is this a joke??

  • @edeledeledel5490


    25 күн бұрын

    Not a drywall screw - Dacrotised exterior woodscrew

  • @agt.9564
    @agt.956425 күн бұрын

    Inche corte final mas mordidito que los bolsillos de un Mexicano en Carretera😂😂

  • @blinkin78
    @blinkin7826 күн бұрын

    It was all going so well till you used a plasterboard screw 😂😂

  • @Scrapzilla69


    26 күн бұрын

    That’s not a plasterboard screw

  • @oxnard8316
    @oxnard831627 күн бұрын


  • @stasis7857


    26 күн бұрын

    Thanks for leaving your signature, but where is the message?

  • @johnrap7203


    26 күн бұрын

    ​@@stasis7857 😂🤣👍👍

  • @Tips_Workshop


    26 күн бұрын


  • @oxnard8316


    25 күн бұрын

    Gay af

  • @02JAN1970
    @02JAN19706 күн бұрын

    My man! Doing a great job there!

  • @tombuchanan4688
    @tombuchanan468827 күн бұрын

    I saw your seat cut move laterally about 4".

  • @AstrixCloud
    @AstrixCloud26 күн бұрын

    Aaah the screws you don't use outside 😂😂

  • @patrickreipe6904
    @patrickreipe690427 күн бұрын

    Am i the only one who has the autism that hates sound only vids with people hands doing shit? Regardless of subject type lol

  • @KamiZi0


    27 күн бұрын

    How would that be autism? And I also hate the sound.

  • @pinecone9045


    26 күн бұрын

    No you're not I've mocked this bs for awhile.

  • @patrickreipe6904


    22 күн бұрын

    @@KamiZi0 probably not i just threw the word out there

  • @thomasschafer7268
    @thomasschafer726826 күн бұрын

    😅😅😅lot und wasge müssen am anderen Ende auch stimmen!!! Und dann Gipsschrauben!!😅😅

  • @greatnew_products7436
    @greatnew_products743626 күн бұрын

    That's it .. make sure you MARK with an "X" so that you don't cut the wrong part😮

  • @briandeal8927
    @briandeal892714 күн бұрын

    Diaz sent me here to learn. I have an interview with Diaz next week. Wish me luck!

  • @trsmith2442
    @trsmith244216 күн бұрын

    Now that horrendous masonry job will hold up a week longer.

  • @charlesmohelsky4823
    @charlesmohelsky482316 күн бұрын

    A solution for a problem no one has ever had.

  • @chadbreton4951
    @chadbreton495125 күн бұрын

    That is so cute he's so proud of his little cut he made in his wood project. Look at that he thinks drywall screws are an all-purpose fastener. How adorable! It takes me back to when I built my first Clubhouse when I was eight

  • @user-pt1cz4ot1e
    @user-pt1cz4ot1eАй бұрын

    See kids, this is where that math is useful in the “real world”.

  • @user-vr3wc3nv8r
    @user-vr3wc3nv8r27 күн бұрын

    Nice Work!

  • @Tips_Workshop


    27 күн бұрын

    Thanks 👋🤝❤️ I'm glad you liked it 👍☺️

  • @dieselcriminal692
    @dieselcriminal692Ай бұрын

    А смысл в этом какой...

  • @Houndzee
    @Houndzee28 күн бұрын

    That piece will surely hold up that cinder block wall!!

  • @Torsten1982
    @Torsten198229 күн бұрын

    Warum so viel Verschnitt?

  • @Vladle2099
    @Vladle209913 күн бұрын

    Mr. George would hire you in the spot.

  • @PartizanPartizan-jy7oc
    @PartizanPartizan-jy7oc26 күн бұрын

    брусок закручен черным саморезом на прямую в газоблок без специального дюбеля и шатается))

  • @Bootsystem66
    @Bootsystem6629 күн бұрын

    Being good, in what you do is like charm

  • @paulheaphy4228
    @paulheaphy422824 күн бұрын

    The sheetrock screws erked my brain,too!( He's right.)

  • @douglasmichel6361
    @douglasmichel636125 күн бұрын

    Good thing you marked the cut off, I think you would have screwed the pooch had you not.

  • @locochelo69
    @locochelo6926 күн бұрын

    Gracias gracias 🎉❤

  • @Tips_Workshop


    26 күн бұрын


  • @eric4847
    @eric4847Ай бұрын

    Non treated lumber, that shit will be falling apart in time

  • @CM-xr9oq


    Ай бұрын

    how much time?

  • @eric4847


    Ай бұрын

    Well if he’s doing all this and it’s going to be a permanent set up. Within 3 years everything time everything touching concrete will start rotting out and around 7-8 years you’ll see complete failure of the wood structure if it’s a permanent set up. If he’s just doing it to show how to support something temporary he’s got no problems

  • @Dhalin


    Ай бұрын

    I doubt the wood used is actually meant to be part of any construction, the guy is using scrap wood to show off a concept.

  • @Dhalin


    Ай бұрын

    Also, my dad built a bird feeder on the side of one of our sheds, using rough scrap wood. He slapped some cheap exterior paint on it (same color as the shed) and it lasted for 10-15 years out in the weather.

  • @michaelgagne5022


    Ай бұрын

    @@Dhalinif he painted it then that is what is creating the weather protection bare KD will begin rotting in under a year, the Sheetrock screws will be rotted in 3 months…

  • @matthews1todd
    @matthews1todd25 күн бұрын

    Learn your steel square and never cut twice again

  • @kungkanta
    @kungkanta26 күн бұрын

    Usless "hack".

  • @bucobill
    @bucobill26 күн бұрын


  • @ginoasci2876
    @ginoasci2876Ай бұрын

    What about the bottom? What about the bottom?

  • @ailurusfulgens1849
    @ailurusfulgens184923 күн бұрын

    At this point I'm convinced he purposefully uses drywall screw so people bitch about it in comments, driving engagement up.

  • @davidkirby-jx9xp
    @davidkirby-jx9xpАй бұрын

    Yes definitely X out the drop, I'd hate to see you attach the wrong One 🎉🎉

  • @phenomsrandoms6783
    @phenomsrandoms67835 күн бұрын

    That first cut would have failed 😂

  • @charleswilson3933
    @charleswilson393326 күн бұрын

    Philips screws might as well use a slot

  • @rambol1979
    @rambol197927 күн бұрын

    Thanks for sharing great idea

  • @RotesKleid411
    @RotesKleid41112 күн бұрын

    Anyone who uses such gloves has lost control of their life.

  • @fredhaghighi3029
    @fredhaghighi30295 күн бұрын

    With sheet rock screw. Very professional

  • @chriseahly.1533
    @chriseahly.153323 күн бұрын

    Every time I see a video with construction. Doesn't matter what kind of video. It doesn't matter who's doing the constructing. I always come to the comments to see how many people told him he's doing it wrong. Never disappoints.

  • @erikmaheu2610
    @erikmaheu2610Ай бұрын

    Maybe it work a little better if you just cut the notch out for the wood to lay over it

  • @beliuk90
    @beliuk9026 күн бұрын

    Don't recommend this channel

  • @ronaldzahursky9879
    @ronaldzahursky987929 күн бұрын

    Nice common sense scribing but, until you show us what you did at the bottom, utterly useless.

  • @snarecat3441
    @snarecat344127 күн бұрын

    Stop using drywall screws for wood connections! They are too weak..

  • @venividivici4253
    @venividivici42539 күн бұрын

    Western comments: WhY Is He UsInG DrYwAlL AnD ShEeTrOcK ScReWs?????

  • @pepehandy
    @pepehandy23 күн бұрын

    Sheet rock screws ??? Nice !!!

  • @Workoutimpossible
    @Workoutimpossible24 күн бұрын

    Drywall screws? 😂

  • @willdoudou5729


    24 күн бұрын

    Normal cela doit être un bricoleur du dimanche 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂... 🖖🏼 🖖🏼 🖖🏼 974

  • @CadGuy619
    @CadGuy61919 күн бұрын

    I love dry wall screws as much as the next guy but not for structural

  • @bretteverett179
    @bretteverett17915 күн бұрын

    Loose the Phillip head screws , they suck.

  • @MasterBateman
    @MasterBateman28 күн бұрын

    Can't decide if this is good or not, no green checkmark at the end

  • @doggin6
    @doggin623 күн бұрын

    What a great tip, I’ve had so many squares in my life, never knew what you used them for! Great info, tips!

  • @Gunter_Custom
    @Gunter_Custom27 күн бұрын

    Why would you need to brace when block wall is already up 😂😂

  • @dddgraphics
    @dddgraphics28 күн бұрын

    nicely done !

  • @Tips_Workshop


    27 күн бұрын

    Thanks 🤝👋❤️

  • @user-gj8fb8jg5l
    @user-gj8fb8jg5l27 күн бұрын

    Как хорошо что появились закалëнные саморезные шурупы 16 лет назад, а то у нас продовали шурупы без закалки и я ими мучился 25 лет.

  • @christiansteifen1113
    @christiansteifen111328 күн бұрын

    Und dann mit einer Trockenbauschraube verschraubt!😅😂🎉

  • @TopMusic-rf3mt
    @TopMusic-rf3mt23 күн бұрын

    Ну и куда же без черного самореза на улице )))))))))))))

  • @joelremson4130
    @joelremson413011 күн бұрын

    Good thing he marked the waste. May have thrown away the good piece.

  • @donaldphillips2648
    @donaldphillips264829 күн бұрын

    You clever soul!!

  • @NKShahariar
    @NKShahariarАй бұрын

    I miss the little tick sound at the end

  • @INSUR007
    @INSUR00728 күн бұрын

    И на чёрные шурупы! 😂

  • @teodoromendizaba9869
    @teodoromendizaba986928 күн бұрын

    Muy buena tacho

    @VIORELDUMITREAN9 күн бұрын


  • @e.fedorov7228
    @e.fedorov7228Ай бұрын

    I liked it!

  • @vince6056
    @vince605626 күн бұрын

    You got all the angles my friend

  • @user-dd8xn9wm7u
    @user-dd8xn9wm7u10 күн бұрын

    Nice work

  • @phazelvosfreqdetector7580
    @phazelvosfreqdetector75806 күн бұрын

    When I go to an art exhibit and see what could have been a wonderful work of art but, it was put together with drywall screws. Some people have their go to screw.

  • @FHG1st
    @FHG1st18 күн бұрын

    Imm goiint to remember this ..nice one👍

  • @Tips_Workshop


    17 күн бұрын

    Thanks 👋🤝❤️

  • @donp3997
    @donp3997Ай бұрын

    I followed exactly what he did. Made the lines exactly as he did. Marked the x's exactly as he did. Now I have a piece of wood with 2 x's on it. Can't wait to see what he will use it for in the next video.

  • @germanarellanocampos5119
    @germanarellanocampos511918 күн бұрын

    Several mistakes here. The first is using drywall screws for what appears to be an exterior application and number 2 is using none treated wood for whatever he is trying to build.😂😂

  • @iguana8778
    @iguana877811 күн бұрын

    Главное на черные саморезы собрать на прочности.

  • @fencer39
    @fencer3927 күн бұрын

    what about the other end ?

  • @angelpaz5170
    @angelpaz517024 күн бұрын

    Realmente profesional gracias