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This allows creative freedom but can lead to situations where traditional joinery won’t work. One example is the lower shelf on the table shown on p. 36. Rest it on stretchers or cleats and it will look clunky. Traditional joinery would be difficult to execute or visually distracting. Dowels offer a clean solution. You can use the jig to drill the dowel holes in the table legs, but the jig won’t work on the small notched corners of the shelf. Instead, dry-fit the legs to the aprons, and clamp a support block to each leg so that its top is level with the shelf bottom.
To reduce tearout, I use a miter gauge with a backer fence. -thick plywood Side, ½ in. thick Front, ¾ in. thick Dowel, ¼ in. dia. FAST TABLESAW JOINERY A tablesaw makes quick work of the rabbets, dadoes, and grooves. And the saw’s accuracy translates into tight-fitting joints. Rabbet the front. For clean results, bury the dado set in a sacrificial fence, and put another sacrificial fence on the miter gauge to back up the cut. Photos: Matt Kenney; drawings: John Tetreault Cut the dado for the back.
Close the deal. Stowe stretches additional pieces of tape across the joints to close any gaps. 56 FINE WOODWORKING SPLINES ADD STRENGTH AND STYLE A slot-cutting jig makes it easy to run the assembled box over the blade at a perfect 45° angle. Rear support, ⁄4 in. thick by 4 in. wide by 71⁄2 in. long Front support, ⁄4 in. thick by 43⁄4 in. wide by 71⁄2 in. long 3 3 Jig rides in miter slot. Fence, 33⁄8 in. wide by 18 in. long, thicknessed to ride in miter slot Story stick dials in setup. Use a pencil to mark the slot locations on one corner of the box, then transfer the locations from the box to a thin, narrow stick.
Joinery - The Complete Guide to Woodworking Joinery by Thomas McKenna