Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'miter joint'

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Chalkboard Frame using the Spline Jig

08-31-2020 03:11 PM by Brandon | 1 comment »

This video demonstrates how to make a DIY Chalkboard using a table saw and miter saw. The video covers chalkboard and whiteboard materials, and shows how to make a frame for the chalkboard, including adding splines to the miter joints to strengthen. The materials used in this project include white oak for the frame, walnut for the splines, and a sheet of chalkboard melamine.

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Joinery Collaboration Video

05-19-2013 07:11 PM by JSB | 2 comments »

Hey folks. Some familiar faces in the YouTube woodworking community came together to make a collaboration video featuring 4 useful woodworking joints. Check it out! Half Lap Joints – Presented by Jay Bates JaysCustomCreations.comJay’s YouTube Channel – a Kerf Maker Jig – Mortis and Tenon Joints – Presented by Brian Grella GarageWoodworks.comBrians YouTube Channel –

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Miter-jointed display case WIP

09-14-2011 01:12 PM by TimmyP | 1 comment »

I’m re-building a glass display case for a model of the USS Constitution. The top of the case is being a bit of a challenge, but I think I’m on top of it. Currently, I’m working on trying to get the new top to fit together using miter joints. So after I cut my miters, and reading the forum postings about trying to get a better miter cut, I realized I have a store-bought device to help cut miters (of any angle) with a circular saw. The thing was bought probably over 10 ...

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Hide Glue for Beginners #6: Perfect Splined Mitre Joints in Five Minutes Without Clamps

06-27-2011 03:22 AM by shipwright | 21 comments »

When I posted “Arnie’s Tea Box” one of the comments (Roger) was that these boxes make a great venue for displaying my marquetry. I totally agree but that meant streamlining the process of making the box. First was to come up with a jig to make the corners perfect every time quickly. Here is what I came up with. Disclaimer: I’m not a jig person so my jigs are usually utilitarian and often “throw away”. This phot...

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