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Loren

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#1 posted 04-26-2017 02:03 AM

It might be overkill to do it thus but here’s
an idea.

Out of plywood make an angled assembly
jig that clamps to both boards. If the jig
is made accurately clamping to the jig may
be all that’s needed. Dowels or screws can
be put in from the bottom while the glue
is wet but I think if the stock is milled
and cut accurately you may be okay. In
any case, a dry run on all the joints clamped
to the jig should reveal if there are gaps that
need closing.


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