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L-joints: Six Ways to Make Corners

Six ways of fixing legs at corners Three-way joints are essential for making tables, chairs and certain types of framing. Construction methods range from gluing and screwing to dowelling or tenoning.

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10 Tricks for Tighter Joints By Luke Hartle 1. Cauls distribute pressure It’s not easy to get enough squeeze in the middle of a big box to force home dado or biscuit joints. Big cauls are the answer. A caul is simply a thick, straight board. I make my cauls from stiff wood, such as hard maple, but any wood will do. The wider and thicker the caul, the less … #homewoodworkingshop

10 Tricks for Tighter Joints By Luke Hartle 1. Cauls distribute pressure It’s not easy to get enough squeeze in the middle of a big box to force home dado or biscuit joints. Big cauls are the answer. A caul is simply a thick, straight board. I make my cauls from stiff wood, such as hard maple, but any wood will do. The wider and thicker the caul, the less … #homewoodworkingshop

Spring Joint Box Self-locking design requires no glue. By Randy Johnson Squeeze and snap! That’s all it takes to assemble this CNC-routed box. Th e joint’s flexibility comes from a series of slots that allow the hooked tenons to be compressed, so they slide into the mortises. When released, the tenons spring back into position, locking the parts together. While not as rigid as a glued joint, the assembled spring …

CNC Spring Joint Box

Spring Joint Box Self-locking design requires no glue. By Randy Johnson Squeeze…

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My French Oak bench is coming along, slowly but surely. Last night I finished the last of four mortises, and today I cut the first doveta.

Q & A: Which Glue for Bent Lamination? Q: A chair design I’m working on requires bent laminations for the back spindles. I’m using maple and am having a hard time keeping the glue lines from jumping out. Any suggestions? A: Because bent laminations are under constant stress, they require glue that sets hard. Epoxy, urea resin, resorcinol and polyurethane are all good choices for bent laminations. Of these four …

Q & A: Which Glue for Bent Lamination

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