Japanese joinery is a kind of practical discipline of puzzle-boxes, in which precise, clever wooden interlocks are used to made secure joints without glue or nails.
@Thejoinery_jp tweets a steady stream of mesmerizing animations showing the workings of these joints. I could watch these forever. Instant follow.
天秤の逆組み継ぎ Tenbin-no-gyaku-kumi-tsugi pic.twitter.com/hWI0wvG8to
— The Joinery (@TheJoinery_jp) September 19, 2016
平印籠継ぎ Hira-inro-tsugi pic.twitter.com/ikJuHnhAxq
— The Joinery (@TheJoinery_jp) September 22, 2016
通し違い枘差し枘鼻栓仕口 Toshi-chigai-hozo-sashi-hanasen-shikuchi pic.twitter.com/1ToumLNXMM
— The Joinery (@TheJoinery_jp) September 30, 2016
四枚鎌継ぎ Yonmai-kama-tsugi pic.twitter.com/1LApi4GlQu
— The Joinery (@TheJoinery_jp) October 1, 2016
(Thanks, Fipi Lele!)