Bridle joints

https://handtoolschool.wistia.com/medias/jz80o4l1va?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Fret Saw Blades Should Not Snap Frequently I will concede that fret saw blades are thin and heat up and will snap but they should not be treated like a disposable item that you…

Scribing Shoulders on Staked Tapered Tenons Once you have your octagonal leg or turned leg and you are ready to put a tapered tenon on it, the rounder plane is the best choice. It perfectly…

Consistency in Layout is the Key to Success Here The dust frames not only make for a surface for the drawers to ride on and set the spacing of the drawers, but they add incredible…

Expand the Glue Surface with a Corner Bridle Joint Bridle Joints comes in a couple varieties but I'm talking now about corner bridle joints. These are great used in face frames or smaller frame and…

  Scrap Management and a Weird 3 Way Joint We covered two topics in Office Hours this month, how to organize and store your scrap lumber and then I cut an interesting through tenon and…

  No Vises, No Problem This workbench is hardly a unique design. It takes the wide aprons of an English joiners bench, adds in a modern split top design, and stout legs and joinery to…

 This time I mill all the lumber and cut all the joinery for the basic body of the lathe. As mentioned in the outset of this video it is a good idea to have the…

  Part 1: Making the Saw and Blade With the ever increasing popularity of the works of Andre Roubo, this frame saw has gotten a fair amount of press. I'm here to tell you that…