Wood Joints Technique and Types

Types of Wood Joints


The choice of joints will affect the overall robustness, flexibility, and appearance of any piece. But often the appearance of the joint itself becomes almost as important.

Introduction To Joints

Picking the right joint to use comes from knowing the strength and weakness inherit in the joint itself. A good, strong joint is a obvious mark of a fine piece of workmanship.

Cutting Joints

Each joint is cut in its own specific way with it own techniques.  Since the joint is used for a specific purpose, each method of cutting is needed if that situation should come about.

Cutting Joints Continued

The are a wide range of joints spanning the wide range of projects needing joints as well and the costs and requirements of the specific job at hand.

Dovetail Joinery

The various types of Dovetail Joints allows for a strong piece along with the look of strong craftsmanship. The use of modern jigs and tooling allows the use of these joints by anyone with the patience to learn how to do it correctly.

Dovetail Joints

Learning the correct technique for a Dovetail Joints will payback dividends for the long-term, with quality looking, will built pieces.

Edge Joints

Edge joints are an easy way to make strong, quiet joints. Learning the basic joints will give you a strong background on which to build further knowledge.

Joinery Types

Learning a number of different joints will give you a number of options when you come across different woodworking challenges.

Variety of Joints

Why the variety of joints?  The variety of situation each joint can be used, and which is the best for your specific situation.

Various Joints

Don't worry here are even more joints.

Mortise and Tenon joint

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