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By Bill Hylton

Learn from knowledgeable tips to make the 10 top joints utilizing your strength tools!
In Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery you'll examine shop-tested concepts and motives as to the why's and how's of joinery. additionally integrated are plans for jigs and furniture that can assist you lower person joints correctly and thoroughly. This in-depth consultant may have you slicing joints like a professional in no time!
Learn to chop those robust, tightly outfitted joints with quite a few uncomplicated strength tools:<UL>• facet 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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TABLE SAW APPROACHES To slot an edge miter on the table saw, place the fence in such a way that the blade tilts away from it. Feed the stock along the fence with the sharp edge of the bevel against the fence. With an end miter, use the miter gauge to guide the stock. (The rip fence can safely be used to position the work for the cut. ) jo_050_059_P6 4/5/05 11:50 PM Page 55 S P L I N E D J O I N T S 55 The particular table-saw approach I’ve just outlined will not work for everyone. I used a contractor’s saw for two decades, and nearly every time I tilted the blade it threw the saw out of alignment.

Corner blocks — use those supplied with the clamp, or make your own — simultaneously hold the parts together and distribute the clamp pressure. If you are assembling a case, dealing with four corner blocks per band clamp can be difficult. To simplify clamping, make V-blocks scaled to the assembly and line them with packing tape to shed glue. The first band clamp holds them in place, and the remaining band clamps are easy to apply. Glue tack will often hold a small box together while you position pressure blocks and apply clamps.

Fence 2 layers of 3/4" plywood, MDF or melamine 1 1/2" aluminum angle Rabbet the fence for aluminum extension. Kerf the fence after assembly. Base is 3/4" plywood, MDF or melamine Use kerf in base to align the miter fence for mounting. 90° angle is essential. Miter sled with extensions Hardwood runners You can cut the two parts that form a square miter joint on the table saw with a shop-made fixed miter sled. There’s more than one way to produce the sled. I assembled the base, runners and outfeed fence, then sawed into the base.

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