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Mortise & Tenon Dimensions:

Mortise & Tenon Dimensions:

mortise and tenon anatomy http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/mortise-tenon-know-parts/

What are the parts of a mortise and tenon joint? Learn how to identify each part - edge, end, shoulder, wall, cheek and bottom.

Bent Wood Lamination Basics 10 tips for making strong, graceful curves that add a new dimension to your woodworking. By Dave Munkittrick Is your woodworking ready to break free of the box? Check out bent laminations. You’ll find a whole new world of possibilities to explore. Woodworkers use bent wood laminations for everything from chair rockers to drawer handles. Bent laminations do more than give your project a graceful look; …

AW Extra 1/17/13 - Bent Wood Lamination Basics

Bent Wood Lamination Basics 10 tips for making strong, graceful curves that add a new dimension to your woodworking. By Dave Munkittrick Is your woodworking ready to break free of the box? Check out bent laminations. You’ll find a whole new world of possibilities to explore. Woodworkers use bent wood laminations for everything from chair rockers to drawer handles. Bent laminations do more than give your project a graceful look; …

Joint-sizing pointers Through-mortise-and-tenon joints typically go together one of the two ways shown at right. Either both parts are the same thickness -- a 3/4" rail mating a 3/4" stile, for example -- or the tenon fits into a mortised part of greater thickness, such as a 3/4"-thick table apron against a 1 1/2" square leg. To join parts of equal thickness, cut both the mortises and tenons one-third the part thickness. On a joint using 3/4"-thick parts, for example, the mortise width and…

Through-mortise-and-tenon joints typically go together one of the two ways.

Hand Cut Joints: Tenon and Mitre

Woodworking Joints Series - Tenon and Mitre Joint If you want a strong mitre joint, this might be the answer. Combining a standard mitre with a mortise and t.

Drawboring Basics. #woodworking

Drawboring Resurrected; Ancient method for lasting mortise & tenon joints

Don't have enough clamps? The solution is drawboring. A simple and elegant technique for pulling joints tightly together. Darker species look great but the end grain of dowels made with your wood type will appear darker and contrast well.

Tresses

Cerchas: Timber trusses are a great way to add the look of timber to your home without building an entire timber frame.

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