Here you are as poor as,
No jointing tools available,
No Tennoning Jig.
No pocket hole gear.
No Biscuit jointer.
No finger or dovetail jigs, just a trusy table saw and a few clamps.
You need to make a reasonably large cross section joint and all you have is a collection of recycled timber pallets.
Now back to reality.
Being Sunday and a nice day I was outside tidying up.
I started to think while looking at some of my recycle clutter would it be possible to laminate some of it into bigger size lumber.
So I did I made this table leg
Laminated together 1×45 degree joint and 1×90 deg joint inherently weak and totally reliant on strong glue.
So thinking some more I tried again, this time overlapping the ajoining joint profiles and sides.
Activity No 2
Finally Lamination 3
All stacked up and looking something like this as an exploded view.
I glued them all up and let them set
Glue up Shot 1
Glue up Shot 2
Glue up Shot 3
Once the glue had dryed I sanded the edges and did a bit of t@rd polishing on it simply to make it a bit more photogenic, and because as well I liked the end grain effect.
Was the joint accurate? I think it was, however you be the judge.
I guess you do not even need to make a 45 deg joint but I did it for symmerty.
A strong joint nice looking end grains lots of surface area, accurate results and simple to make.
-- Regards Robert