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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    Anyone know any reason why one could not use black locust for making a bread cutting/serving board. I know the bark, leaves, and beans are toxic but not the wood. The wood is really dense and seems like ti would hold up really well, but it looks a bit more interesting than maple. Thanks.
  2. Joinery
    Hey, folks, new here so here is my first question. Not new to woodworking since I've made most of the furniture in my house. Now I'm down to the dining room table out of red oak. I've never done breadboards and in doing a lot of research and watching videos, I'm somewhat confused about the...
  3. Joinery
    Not that M&T joints are bad (I love them), they're just very time consuming even with a jig. For attaching a breadboard end to a table top for a typical 4 legged table with aprons I was thinking of an alternative and wanted to get everyone's opinion. What if I just attached the breadboard with...
  4. Joinery
    Has anyone ever used this Beadlock joinery kit? http://www.rockler.com/beadlock-pro-joinery-kit It looks pretty legit and on amazon has some pretty good reviews. I'm wondering if this would be a good tool to use to do loose tenons for breadboard ends on table tops? I could glue the center...
  5. Joinery
    I'm making a table top out of 2x8 kiln dried doug fir. I used biscuits and edge glued the top itself, but for the breadboards I was trying to figure out the best/easiest way to attach them, which are also 2x8's. I know mortise and tenon is probably the best and I do have a router to cut them...
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