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Wood Joints

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Matt Backus

on 22 November 2012

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Transcript of Wood Joints

Wood Joints By: Mr. Backus Miter Joint Butt Joint Dado Joint Rabbet Joint Butt joints are the simplist joints to use. They can serve many purposes wherever a 90 degree angled joint is used. A miter joint is used for 90 degree angles when a decorative molding or trim with a profile needs to return aroud a corner. Lap Joint A lap joint is one of the strongest joints used in flat right angle cabinet construction. It is used primarily for face frames. A rabbet joint is used primarily in carcus or box corner constuction. Dado joints are used for 90 degree intersections in a cabinet carcus or box construction Dovetail joints are used for 90 dgree construction in drawers and box construction Dovetail Joint THE END
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