9 Essential Woodworking Joints – WOOD magazine

Learn 9 essential woodworking joints that give longevity to your project. WOOD magazine’s Craig Ruegsegger covers topics such as biscuit joints, dado and groove joints, mitered joints, pocket screw joints, rabbet joints, screw joints, spline and glue joints. Learn which methods are best for your project and how to create them.

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7 Replies to “9 Essential Woodworking Joints – WOOD magazine”

  1. Another great video from a trusted source. There are just a few at the top of the heap of you tube woodworking content providers and you are among the best. I love your videos.

  2. Another way to make a spline on a picture frame is to use a plate joiner. Just cut a slot across the edge of the corner and pop a biscuit in the slot. Then trim the biscuit with a hand saw and sand flush. No need for a jig, either.

  3. In the screw joint cross-section, it is clearly visible that you DID need to drill a shank hole. The unthreaded part of the screw is less than the thickness of the board, so the threads bit into the outer board. That prevents the joint from being forced together as the screw tightens. I have found that is often the case, and shank holes are frequently still needed.

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