By Juliette Kane. Woodworking. Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 13:00:15 PM.
Woodworking Finger Joint - Woodworking Techniques - In this post we will be looking at the woodworking finger joint ( also referred to as the box joint ) and woodworking techniques that come along with them. As promised well start with the finger joint. A woodworking finger joint is when you have two pieces of wood cut into a shape much like two interlocking sets of fingers. They are simple to do and very tight fitting. To achieve this most woodworkers use a electrically powered routers.
Back in 7th grade, it was a coat rack you started with. Nothing fancy, just made with some dowels and a shaped piece of wood to sink them into. After it was all glued, sanded and stained, it looked pretty good. After that it was a napkin holder that actually turned out good enough that your Mom put it out on the table at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and made sure to tell all the relatives who made it. (“Awww Mom!”)
Deburring equipment and other types of woodworking tools should always be approached with caution and treated with respect at all times. Although theyre very useful in speeding up a project, they can also cause bodily injury if they arent used properly, and all electric power tools can potentially create a fire in your work room. While hand gloves arent always a practical option for small projects, they are a good idea for large ones where you will be working on sanding down pieces of wood that stand taller than yourself.
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