Tuesday, September 05, 2017

box joints...

Yesterday in front of a Fine Woodworking camera, I posed for hundreds of shots that will be used to illustrate an article on cutting "box joints." There are several kinds of box joints, but the term "box joints," is often used to describe what are also called "finger-joints," cut with a box joint jig, either on the table saw or router table.

We got the photography on that article done with so much time to spare, that I've asked that they consider another article as well. Today with no promises of publication, we are going to make hidden spine joints... another form of box joint. Sound a bit confusing? A few photos provided later will suffice.

Defending the Early Years is an organization that disseminates a great deal of information on child development, how we learn, and how we learn best. https://www.deyproject.org/ This video should be shared. https://youtu.be/ZxxRgjhC-FE

Make, fix, create, and assist others in learning the value of learning likewise.

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