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HHS Wood 2 - Wall Cabinet #2: The face frame (mortise and tenons)

10-11-2016 02:43 AM by Tooch | 5 comments »

Before getting started on the joinery, you will need to square up boards to the dimensions that were given in class. *Note: make sure that your thickness is uniform throughout all pieces and planed to 3/4” Anytime you are making mortise and tenon joints, it is very important to cut the mortises first and the cut your tenons to fit. In order to cut the mortises, we will be using the “Go-No-Go” fixture to hold down the workpieces. Lineup a side piece with the ends aligned within the green “Go” sections. Clamp the workpiece and use a tri-square to transfer 3 of the marks to your piece of stock. Line up the Domino on each of your three marks by lo...

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