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Find over 150+ timber frame joints and joinery examples, including, mortise and tenon, post and beam, roof joinery, compound joinery, knee braces, and foundation details.

Find over 150+ timber frame joints and joinery examples, including, mortise and tenon, post and beam, roof joinery, compound joinery, knee braces, and foundation details.

Here I'm running some tests to see how good the mortise and tenon joints of the frames for my new mobile workbench are, and they seem to be perfect!

One of the simplest traditional joinery methods is the mortise and tenon. This is a fantastic join for table legs, and with a few tools it can be extremely...

How to Make a Simple Table Leg Assembly Using Mortise and Tenon Joinery: One of the simplest traditional joinery methods is the mortise and tenon. This is a fantastic join for table legs, and with a few tools it can be extremely strong. This is the method that I use to create table-leg bases, but there are of course lots…

Helpful hints on sizing mortises and tenons

Learn tips and tricks that make your shop time more productive. Find out how to get the most out of hand tools and power tools, including your router and table saw. See tips on finishing, gluing, clamping, sharpening, layout, and more!

Mortise and Tenon Joints - Bob Vila

Mortise and tenon joints are the preferred style of joint for furniture and cabinetwork. It’s strong, durable, and little affected by the expansion or contraction of wooden members as a result of temperature and humidity changes. When shaped properly, mortise and tenon joints can even be decorative elements in the finished appearance of a piece.Making […]

Making wood projects without using nails, screws, or glue

Woodworking: Making Wood Projects Without Using Nails, Screws, or Glue.: Make knock-apart shelves, hinges, latches, books, chairs, cabinets, spice containers, doors, desks, and toolboxes using only wood to hold them together. Almost any wood project can be made without using any metal fasteners or glue. This instructable…