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  1. Joinery
    I'm working on making a desk with an integrated hutch, where the top of the hutch is 16" x 60" and needs to be joined to the sides, which are about 36" tall by 16" wide. In thinking about how to join the top to the sides, I was thinking about using a locking miter, as it should look nice and...
  2. Design & Plans
    Preface: I am new here, and still relatively novice in woodworking. I recently got a 45d Lock Miter bit, and routing adjacent panels, one side requires the wood to be flat, and the other to be vertical. Clamping the flat piece to get a good miter is great, but I am constantly having issues...
  3. Joinery
    I have a follow-up question to my past post on the Bedpost Glue-Up. When creating the miters on the post (four faces, mitered to a 3" square, filler block down the center, would method would you use to strengthen the migher joint? The options are: 1) Lock Miter Bit (have heard this is a...
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