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Eight Types of Wood Joints

The Project Gutenberg EBook of Woodwork Joints, by William Fairham This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: Woodwork Joints

Wagoya type traditional roof framing, a post-and-lintel type of framing. Yogoya type traditional roof framing, called western style. Japanese carpentry is a style of carpentry originating in Japan more than a millennia ago which uses distinctive woodworking joints .

The mortise and tenon joint is among one of the oldest types of wood joints that are used by different woodworkers. It composes of two wood joints that - unlike with the former two wood joints - have different properties.

3. The joint must allow for additional operations, such as grooving, rabbeting, moldings, or screws. 4. The joint should contribute to and not interfere with the appearance of the piece. Drawings by Mario Rodriguez. This article originally appeared in the November/ December 2003 issue of Fine Woodworking.

Types Of Woodworking Joints. Below are the most common woodworking joints that everyone should know. Whether you are a carpenter, woodworker, or casual DIY'er; this guide will help. Butt Joint. The butt joint is one of the easiest woodworking joints to use. It combines two pieces of wood by butting them both together.

Wood Joints: Which Woodworking Joints Should You Use? 1. Butt Joint. 2. Biscuit Joint. 3. Bridle Joint. 4. Dado (joinery). 5. Dovetail Wood Joint. 6. Finger Joint. 7. Lap Wood Joint. 8. Mortise and Tenon Woodworking Joints. 9. Pocket-Hole Joinery. 10. Rabbet Woodworking Joints. 11. Tongue