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Indeed, remarkable thought process. Much easier to make than invent ;-)
Thanks, my pleasure
Haha! Clamp them in position, drill a hole in the top piece big enough for the screw and very slightly into the second piece. Now drill a pilot hole in the second piece, the size of the screw without it's thread (smaller for softwood). Should go together without any problem
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Trend sell this kit on their online site, search trend routing technology. I suspect there are others available too.
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Cheers. Same principle, different approach, same result.
Boat building? How about a pair of suitably tapered additions to the top of the rails - first sheet goes in face up and is tapered on the face side, then second sheet goes in face down and is identically tapered on the reverse
Thanks! I've seen smaller types with flat bottom and eased corners, but nothing like that search turned up - might just have to get me one of those!
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Fairly strong, but there are stronger splice joints that I will be doing in the future, so watch out for those. Some are already on my YouTube channel, in the Hand Cut Joints series (no. 39 & 40). I can't paste a link here, but you should be able to get to it through the video embedded above.
Cheers!The step does help to maintain alignment in a different plane to the dovetail, so it would depend on the specific application as to whether it's needed or not.Glad you're liking the Japanese joints - I have some more to do, but I tend to write up the Instrucables in batches now, and I'm due a little break ;-)
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Thank you!Iceheat has given a good answer already. I would add fine furniture, since it shows off the craftsman's skills. Items like open display stands, etc.
Cheers! Yep, it works really well.
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Very neat, and great video too
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It's etched. The one thing that lasted since I bought it from IKEA about twenty years ago!! toughened glass from a glazier can of course be easily etched using templates, and shouldn't be too expensive. 6mm would probably be better if you wanted to move the table occasionally, as the 10mm top is pretty heavy.
Great! Post a photo of you do please
Cool! Come back and post a photo of you can
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Some good ideas there, thanks. I have a few myself, so I can see another instructable or two to follow up on this! Cheers
Safe way to cut spline slots. Good job
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Thanks, I was happily surprised!
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