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Perhaps you are just getting started in woodworking and you don’t have a jointer in your shop. Or, if you are fortunate enough to have a jointer, there are situations where the boards that you want to joint exceed the capacity of your jointer. Sure, if you have money and space you can always use these situations as an excuse to upgrade to an aircraft carrier-sized jointer, but surely there has to be a work-around, right? Well, if the monster jointer is not in this month’s budget, never fear…

Perhaps you are just getting started in woodworking and you don’t have a jointer in your shop. Or, if you are fortunate enough to have a jointer, there are situations where the boards that you want to joint exceed the capacity of your jointer. Sure, if you have money and space you can always use these situations as an excuse to upgrade to an aircraft carrier-sized jointer, but surely there has to be a work-around, right? Well, if the monster jointer is not in this month’s budget, never fear…

Floating tenon joinery insight from South Australian designer maker @darrenmkfry . . Three way mitre with a floating tenon. I came across this sample of the joint when doing some tidying up and thought I’d share it. Cut on a dimension saw and mortised on a horizontal mortiser. The post of the joint has the floating tenon on it. Sample was made in 2008. #woodworking #woodworker #furnituremaking #furnituremaker #joinery #threewaymitre #studiofurniture #woodreview #woodjoinery #floatingtenon…

Floating tenon joinery insight from South Australian designer maker @darrenmkfry . . Three way mitre with a floating tenon. I came across this sample of the joint when doing some tidying up and thought I’d share it. Cut on a dimension saw and mortised on a horizontal mortiser. The post of the joint has the floating tenon on it. Sample was made in 2008. #woodworking #woodworker #furnituremaking #furnituremaker #joinery #threewaymitre #studiofurniture #woodreview #woodjoinery #floatingtenon…

Learn 5 ways to identify sharp woodworking tools including: fingernail test, thumb test, end grain test, light test, and paper test.

Learn 5 ways to identify sharp woodworking tools including: fingernail test, thumb test, end grain test, light test, and paper test.