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#1 posted 04-03-2013 03:31 PM

It’s really rather simple if you don’t have gaps and you wood grain is pleasing to the eye and you clamp and glue properly you will have a good joint. The trick is to know how to determine all those things when your getting started .
Take a look at the pros works and see how it’s done guys like Charles Neil,Darrell Peart,Chuck Bender and many many more top notch woodworkers.This will at least give you the foundation of what good joinery looks like.

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