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By Bill Hylton

Learn from knowledgeable easy methods to make the 10 top joints utilizing your energy tools!
In Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery you'll study shop-tested strategies and motives as to the why's and how's of joinery. additionally integrated are plans for jigs and furnishings to help you minimize person joints adequately and competently. This in-depth advisor could have you slicing joints like a professional in no time!
Learn to chop those robust, tightly outfitted joints with quite a few uncomplicated energy tools:<UL>• side joints• Dado joints• Rabbet joints• Miter joints• Splined joints• Sliding dovetail joints• Dovetail joints• Lap and half-lap joints• Mortise-and-tenon joints• Biscuit joints</UL>

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49 J O I N T S Cut the key strips parallel to the grain of the stock. Always work with the dovetail bit housed in the router-table fence, as here. Trapping the work between the fence and the bit can be dangerous. 16" Fence height 8" To slot picture frames and similar assemblies for keys, make this simple carrier. It holds a frame so you can cut through the corner on the table saw or router table. Even a huge frame can be worked in a carrier of this size. 90° 45° Fence width Frame-splining jig jo_050_059_P1 4/5/05 11:49 PM Page 50 C H A P T E R SPLINED 5 JOINTS Adding a spline to a joint sometimes increases edge-to-face butt joints, when well crafted, can the joint’s strength and simplifies its assembly.

The cut finish won’t be great either, so limit this approach to longgrain cuts. Bevels for boxes, bookcases and other constructions with relatively narrow parts are doable on a miter saw. A slider has the greatest crosscut capacity. Tilt the saw head for the cut. For a bevel cut, always locate the rip fence so the saw blade tilts away from it. The fence won’t trap the waste under the blade. jo_039_049_P6 4/5/05 11:46 PM Page 44 44 C H A P T E R F O U R Cutting Frame Miters Cutting miters seems simple.

The rabbets don’t have to be the same but typically they are. The rabbet works as a case joint and as an edge joint. Case joints generally involve end grain, while edge joints involve only long grain. In casework, you often see rabbets used where the top and/or bottom join the sides (end grain to end grain), and where the back joins the assembled case (both end to end and end to long). In drawers, it’s often used to join the front and sides. Because end grain glues poorly, rabbet joints that involve it usually are fastened either with brads or finish nails, or with screws concealed under plugs.

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