I’ve been tinkering with the design of my new table idea again. The corner joint in articular.
Originally I was going to mitre the corners and use loose tenons or a double row of biscuits. But as I machine up the raw timber needed for the design I can tell it is going to be a physically heavy piece. The old brain cells started to twitch…......
So I knocked up a test joint last night. What do you think? It goes together well, has a mitred corner but lots of glue area and is a physically tough joint. It can be batch cut on the table saw easily enough, too.
I am going to dovetail in the lower rail under the drawer. Well, it’s more a panel than a rail, but with the new corner joint it will tie the piece together strongly. What do you think?