Finer Details This Classic Chinese Joint Is A Fantastic Way To Add Some Class And Difficulty To Your Next Project
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The Three-Way Mitre Photos by Diane Walsh; Lead Photo by Ray PilonSean Walsh's 'Tea for Two' won first prize at the recent Wood Objects Show in Ottawa.I don't believe you have to be a master woodworker to achieve beautiful and sound joints.
Take your time and pay attention to the details and you will be surprised with the results.Make sure you take the time to consider the order of operations and follow them closely to ensure that the joint fits and looks seamless.
I learned how to machine this joint from Yeung Chan at Rosewood Studio.To ensure that all pieces are square, mill all your stock at the same time and take great care when doing so.Give yourself plenty of extra length on your stock for test cuts, and make at least one, if not two, extra pieces just in case something terrible happens.
It's difficult to reproduce a single piece after the fact.Before setting to work on the actual joint, you will want to make a 45° jig for your table saw.Attach the runner to the underside of the bottom and make a cut on the edge of the bottom by simply running it past the blade.