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Posted on L-Shaped desk, best joinery for top?

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#1 posted 03-22-2012 07:48 PM

That is tricky. I thought of the following: Mortise and tennon, kind of like a breadboard end, secured in the center, allowing each side to expand and contract, but still remain “joined” together. I think that’s how I would do it.

I would think you’d have issues wtih a miter joint with each side being solid wood.

-- Jeremy - Marshfield, WI

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