Mortise And Tenon By Machine
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Synopsis: Ian Kirby writes in this series on mortise-and-tenon joints about how to use tablesaws, radial saws, drill presses, or routers to make them.He begins by making the mortise, drilling a series of holes to remove the bulk of the waste.
He says the diameter of the drill should be 1/16 in.less than the width of the mortise chisel that is to be used to clean out the remainder of the waste.He addresses mortising machines — how they work, how to set them up, and how to use them, though he thinks they are frequently priced over a hobbyist's budget.
He cuts tenons on a tablesaw, bandsaw, or router, or on industrial tenoning machines.He devotes a section to using a router as a mortiser and explains how to avoid injury...