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By Bill Hylton
Learn from knowledgeable how one can make the 10 top joints utilizing your strength tools!
In Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery you'll study shop-tested ideas and factors as to the why's and how's of joinery. additionally incorporated are plans for jigs and furnishings to help you reduce person joints correctly and appropriately. This in-depth consultant may have you slicing joints like a professional in no time!
Learn to chop those robust, tightly geared up joints with quite a few simple strength tools:<UL>• area joints• Dado joints• Rabbet joints• Miter joints• Splined joints• Sliding dovetail joints• Dovetail joints• Lap and half-lap joints• Mortise-and-tenon joints• Biscuit joints</UL>
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The braces are mitered. Use whatever flat panels you find in your scrap bin. jo_039_049_P4 4/5/05 11:46 PM Page 42 42 C H A P T E R F O U R You can saw a bevel without tilting the table-saw blade if you use an angle sled to hold the workpiece. Rest the workpiece on the sled’s angled fence, with its edge square on the table saw. Clamp it to the sled. Then feed the sled along the saw’s rip fence to make the cut. A backup strip attached to the miter gauge aids in locating the bevel cut. Align your layout line with the kerf in the strip.
Miter clamping cauls help you apply clamping pressure at a right angle to the joint’s seam. Align the cauls so the clamping pressure is concentrated on the middle of the joint, not at the tip or the inside corner. Packing tape holds glued miters together while you apply V-blocks and clamps. Apply bar or pipe clamps on the diagonals, and alternate tightening to avoid distorting the frame. Screw V-blocks to a plywood base to make a frame clamping jig. Pressure is applied with pairs of wedges. Positioning the blocks — using frame parts — before gluing a frame, takes only a minute or two.
It’s a good idea to use a zero-clearance throat plate. On the second cut, the workpiece will be standing on edge, and you’ll feed it between the fence and the blade. You don’t want the work to get hung up on the throat plate. The first cut you make forms the shoulder. To set up, adjust the blade height for the depth of the rabbet. There are a variety of setup tools you can use, but it’s always a good idea to jo_030_038_P4 4/5/05 11:41 PM Page 33 R A B B E T make a test cut so you can measure the actual depth of the kerf.
Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery (Popular Woodworking) by Bill Hylton