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Instead, posts and beams were fitted together with mortise and tenon joints.
THIS MIGHT BE WASHINGTON’S OLDEST HOUSE, BUT IT CAME FROM NEW ENGLANDJOHN KELLYNOVEMBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The supporting standard is constructed of oak, with mortise-and-tenon joints, as shown in Fig. 4.
THE BOY MECHANIC, BOOK 2VARIOUS
The glue must be applied immediately after the tenon is removed from the water, and then inserted in the mortise.
THE BOY MECHANIC, BOOK 2VARIOUS
The end of the tenon and the mortise is then covered with a piece of metal, fastened with screws as shown.
THE BOY MECHANIC, BOOK 2VARIOUS
A bridle joint is often defined as the reverse of a mortise and tenon, and is chiefly used in the carpentry and joinery trades.
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
A joint of this type may be applied in nearly all cases where a halved or a mortise and tenon joint could be used.
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
The mortise gauge is set to the required distance and used as in the case of the marking gauge (Fig. 82).
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
In Fig. 156 a self-wedging mortise and tenon joint used by wheelwrights is shown.
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
The dotted line (left-hand diagram) will indicate the amount of taper given to the mortise.
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
This has superseded the old-fashioned home-made float used to clean out the sides of a mortise.
WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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