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In this episode, I discuss a fundamental woodworking joint, the mortise and tenon.
John W. Nixon from Eagle Lake Woodworking demonstrates MLCS Woodworking's Horizontal Router Table
The horizontal router table is my new favorite addition to the shop. The benefits of having a router in the horizontal position for some operations is unatched!
This 12 minute video shows how to make crown molding, trim molding, mortise and tenon joints, and raised panels - all using the MLCS horizontal router table. See the benefits of using a horizontal table when working with wide stock. The Horizontal Router Table makes auxiliary fences, multiple featherboards and jigs unnecessary. Visit www.mlcswoodworking.com for more information.
This video covers:
Making custom trim molding
Mortise and Tenon Joints
www.shopsmithscademy.com presents: How to "undercut" the shoulders of a tenon so it will fit its mortise without showing a gap between the boards. Search: woodworking woodworker wood shopsmith handsonline hands online academy mark v tenon mortise joint joinery fit fitting shoulder undercutting cutting
Kitchen Cabinet Building with tongue & groove/Dado carcass, Top frames, Back frames with panels, Mortise and tenon face frames, Interlocking drawer assembly.
The clip bra wrire from Thunderbirds (2004)
This seems to be a six-lever mortise, milady.
Sometimes your chequered past comes in handy.
Thank you, milady.
I shall need a piece of wire to access the mechanism.
Will this suffice, Parker?
Most certainly, milady.
I didn't actually need it, anyway.
Of course not, milady.
The mortise-and-tenon joint is the true workhorse of solid wood woodworking. Loose or floating tenons are a remarkably useful variation on the traditional mortise-and-tenon.
Learn more about the mortising block and the techniques used in this video at:
This is the first supporting video in a series of Skill Builder articles found in Woodworker's Journal magazine. Learn more about Woodworker's Journal at their website:
Showing how my template router machine, which I call the "pantorouter" actually works. It's a very flexible machine that can be used for all kinds of joints, including mortise and tenon joints, and dovetail joints