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methods of work #35: Wedging through tenons

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Blog entry by Loren posted 06-21-2014 10:57 PM 752 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Wedges are cut on a band saw jig which is simply a piece of plywood
with a notch cut out which runs against the rip fence.

The slots I cut on the band saw too, making each slot the width
of two band saw blade kerfs, so about 3/32”.

I use glue too, just as normal with a mortise and tenon joint,
brushing it on the cheeks and sides of the tenons. I didn’t
use glue on the wedges. Once cut off flush the chance
that they would somehow wiggle loose is remote, imo.

-- http://lawoodworking.com



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