Ok, so I’m trying to make a trestle table with heavy white oak members and wedged through mortise joinery.
Everything is going just swell until I botched the beveled sides of the mortises. They are much too high an angle and the tenon will not fill the void when I try to drive the wedges in.
I need advice PLEASE!
I wasn’t smart enough to cut and fit them one at a time so they are all wrong. Or at least I think they are wrong.
Also, it would be a plus if the finished project looked like it was designed that way too!
-- Jn. 14:6