The Biscuit Joint

The Biscuit Joint

The biscuit joint is a woodworking technique used to join two pieces of wood together. It involves cutting a crescent-shaped hole, called a “mortise,” into the edge of one piece of wood, and then gluing a thin, oval-shaped piece of wood, called a “biscuit,” into Read More

The Angled Dowel Joint

The Angled Dowel Joint

What Is An Angled Dowel Joint? The angled dowel joint is a type of mechanical joint that uses dowels, which are small cylindrical wooden rods, to connect two pieces of wood together at an angle. The main purpose of this wood joint is for it’s Read More

What Is A Mortise And Tenon Joint

What Is A Mortise And Tenon Joint

What is a mortise and tenon joint? You’ve probably heard the words ‘mortise and tenon’ before right? But if you’re a little unsure as to what the words refer to then I’ll tell you, it’s a classic woodworking joint that’s strong, versatile, and relatively easy Read More