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post #1 of 4 Old 08-01-2012, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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Mortise and Tenon Joinery

I build frames for a chalkboard sign company and I need a quick strong way to make mortise and Tenon joining. I've created a link so you can see what I'm up against.
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If this is a chalkboard, does it have to be M & T joints. Feels like overkill for this application?

I do not normally consider "Fast" to go with a M & T joint.

Can you switch to a box joint?

Can you switch to loose tenons?

If you need to speed up creating M & T joints you may need to consider a machine like this one.

http://jdstools.com/multi-router.aspx
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you can also made pantorouter for this application http://youtu.be/hW5Q6NqD-CA
and it can also make sliding dovetail as well http://youtu.be/4H1XTY6Ehls
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How about the Festool domino system..It's out of my price range for a home shop,but it's touted to have the strenth of M&T in a relativly small production machine...
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