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post #1 of 4 Old 03-28-2013, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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tenoned miter joint

does anyone know or remember a "tenoned" miter joint i'm not sure if it was featured here or if i found it somewhere else, but i'd like to try it on a folded slab table, the joint in question has "teeth" or tenons that interrupt the miter along it's length and fit into mortises on the opposite side. I just built a smaller folded slab table and used hidden spline + dovetails in the miters after assembly but would like to try something different on the next. (hopfully you guys know what i'm talking about?)

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post #2 of 4 Old 03-28-2013, 02:21 PM
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does anyone know or remember a "tenoned" miter joint i'm not sure if it was featured here or if i found it somewhere else, but i'd like to try it on a folded slab table, the joint in question has "teeth" or tenons that interrupt the miter along it's length and fit into mortises on the opposite side. I just built a smaller folded slab table and used hidden spline + dovetails in the miters after assembly but would like to try something different on the next. (hopfully you guys know what i'm talking about?)

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Hi Ange - not sure whether you are talking about a miter on the flat, like on a picture frame, or one on the corner of a box.
You may be thinking of a lock miter:

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There is an excellent video here of how it is done:
http://wnwoodworkingschool.com/miter...th-yeung-chan/

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making mitre mortise and tenon is little tricky.once i will get my new dewalt fixed base router from USA i will do demo on my hybrid pantorouter.i m sure it would be as easy as i made
with one setup on my hybrid pantorouter
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