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post #1 of 8 Old 12-14-2014, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Some 'Interesting" jointing

I found this referred to on the site.
Thought you folks might enjoy seeing it.
The picture is HUGE so I'll just give ya the link..

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Wow! Are those all for real???
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Could probably accomplish that with CNC maybe......
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There are a couple router templates that can give you some interesting designs as well. Not sure of brands, but I've seen them be demo'd at the Woodworking Shows I've been to.


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Thats an interesting find but a little much for me. I guess you could make up whatever shaped joint you want and give it a name. Most of those arent traditional end joints. Looks like somebody with a CAD program got bored one night.
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I'm sure they'll impress someone.
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Wow. I also saw some fancy router joints in a catalog recently. Can't recall the name, but I found something similar here:

They look nifty, but I doubt I'd use them very often & would probably have to auction off one of the kids to get the full set - which I'd have to have, of course...
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These are all intended for the cnc. Obviously accomplish able with hand tools or more conventional WW tools but these specifically are designed to be computer processed.
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