Prolific maker of Sawdust
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Clinton, Utah
I think your word snug describes it. As you probably know, wood expands and contracts with the environment, some room for glue is usually needed, dowels and glue have been known to split the wood from too much pressure, tolerances not as critical or close as metal machining. If the joint line looks good and there is no looseness in the finished piece I think your good to go.
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