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Chair_back_support_joinery_sm.jpgView of mortises for seat back support19 viewsjerkinsj
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IMG_0368.JPGcloseup11 viewspeering closely with a flashlight to see the joinery details.
what a weirdo, eh?
dlarue
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Linen_lining_installed_and_trimmed-ready_for_the_leather.JPGExterior lining trimmed and ready for leather197 viewsNext step is to adhere the 2-3 ounce black leather to the trunk body--thereby hiding the really nice joinery that went into making this trunk!Sgt42RHR
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IMG_2973.JPGSide rails to end hoop, joinery detail43 viewsCharlie Driggs
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IMG_0206.JPGJoinery - Legs141 viewsGlued and wedged with the same Goncalo Alves as the head (same wedge material on my workbench and sawbench too).TRexF16
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IMG_0208.JPGJoinery - Treadle143 viewsSlightly non-standard tusk-tennon since the main mortise and tennon cheeks are at an 80 degree angle to the arm, so the tusk has to have its bearing face cut at that angle too.TRexF16
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IMG_0202.JPGJoinery - Head 170 viewsThe plan called for knock-down tusk tennons top and bottom on the arm, which was to allow the horse to be disassembled to move it, but I figured only one end needed that to achieve that effect, so I decided to just drawbore and double-wedge the head to the arm, and only tusk the treadle for knock-down purposes. This joint matches the ones on my sawbench and workbench, which I like, so I kept 'em going.TRexF16
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IMG_1308.JPG6) The box joinery118 viewsI decided to make a simple little benchtop catch-all for holding tools and dodads during projects. I cut dados for the dividers and recessed the bottom for a, ...well...bottom.TRexF16
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DSCN0015A.JPG126 viewsThe package I received before Thanksgiving contained several items. First were the two books, a general book of projects and wood working techniques. Its perfect for a newbie like me. there was also a book on joinery, which I started reading right away. Also in the box were four pieces of wood labeled as you see in the image, that’s purpleheart on the bottom, and Stanley rasp. Most impressive of all were the six tools.Pete Wood
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IMG_1238_(2)_box_op_3.jpg134 viewsHere you can see that the box has various sighns of a box built in the early 1900s. Note flat head screws. Allso the joinery has pieces of metal bands and corner brackets. The top brackets are missing but the mortise lines and shape denote corner brackets.KellysW
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IMG_0995.JPGTop stretcher joint310 viewsThe top short stretchers on the end units only have the double drawbore, but not the wedged through tenons due to the possibility of spliting out the top of the legs. The primary purpose of these stretchers is to stiffen the end unit and prevent any sag in the middle of the top.TRexF16
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IMG_0985.JPGLower leg Joint detail315 viewsThe bottom short stretchers on the end units are joined into a solid structure with double drawbore pins and double wedged through-tenons. The two long stretchers are bolted with a homemade and slightly beefier version of the Veritas Bench Bolts.TRexF16
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