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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form W-4VT

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True", so this is our shop. It's a pretty new shop to us. We built it just a couple years ago. Andrew, if you're able to, just show the scene. This is sort of a typical scene when we're doing timber framing. So there's a bunch of timbers strewn out over the shop floor. These ones are actually on the small side. A lot of the timbers we work with are eight inches by eight inches or eight inches by ten inches. We're going to show a quick demonstration on this one of the bigger ones we have in here. This is an 8 by 10 inch timber. We're going to show part of how you make a mortise. - If you might not know what that word means in timber framing, the structure comes together when a tenon, which is like a protrusion off of the timber, goes into a hole in another timber. That hole is the mortise. So we're going to show a few steps in making a mortise. It would be a lot more fun if we were all in the same room, but we're not. So we're going to do it like this. Molly, do you want to do some tooling? - Sure. So the first step whenever we make a mortise is to drill a hole. This is where the wooden peg is going to go later. You want to make sure you drill the hole before you actually cut the mortise because anytime you drill through empty space, your drill bit is bound to get sort of off-kilter. Molly's gonna go for it. - (music playing) - She's citing to make sure she's exactly straight up and down. Molly didn't punch all the way through with the drill bit because if she had, some of the...