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#1 posted 590 days ago

@PaulsenbyHand, that’s a great solution, seems obvious now I think about it.
@ChuckV, I wondered if something like this might work but the nature of the overlap where one mortice partially crosses the other at 90 degrees would make that tricky, but this seems like a great tip for the joinery in tables and the like though. I need to get that book, I’m currently working my way through all the old shows on the pop woodworking site.


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