Here's everything you need to know to create precise, strong, long-lasting furniture joinery. We'll discuss miters, mortise and tenons, box joints, dovetails, frame-and-panel construction, biscuits, pocket-screws, half-laps, and more.
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Miters make a great choice for frames because they hide end grain, and the joint lines direct your eye to the framed item.
Combine the flowing grain of a miter joint with the strength of a half-lap using only your tablesaw.
We dubbed this modified and pegged half-lap joint a "Swedish half-lap" in honor of Design Editor Joh
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