Woodworking Joinery. by Scott Engelmann. Woodworking Joinery. Why are joints used? To produce more complex shapes and products When are joints used? when changing the direction of the grain or a member of the structure and to strengthen the part. What joints to use?
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Skill level/Personal preferences
Amount of wood movement & Direction
End to face Butt
Edge to edge Butt
Reinforced Butt joints
Half blind Dovetail
Keyed Dovetail half lap
Dovetail half lap
Dado joints Rabbet/Rebate joints
Mortise and Tenon joints
Mortise and Tenon joints(cont.)
Mitered Half Lap
Tongue and Groove
Dovetail keys supporting a surface
More Keys & Splines
Dovetail keys on a miter (Mock Dovetails)
Without a jig
Frame and Panel Construction
Glue up procedures and recommendations
Always do a full trial assembly with clamps, squares, and any other equipment needed. No one needs surprises when the glue is setting up.
Allow plenty of time. The time spent in a proper glue-up is minimal after investing the time, effort, & money in your project.
Best practice for removing glue squeeze out is don’t use to much glue. Wait until the glue skims over and remove with a sharp chisel