Locking Rabbet Joints
Looking for a strong, simple drawer joint? We show you how to make two types of locking rabbet joints.
Locking rabbet joints are strong, simple joints that work well for drawer construction. Depending on the type of guide system that supports the drawers, we use two different types of locking rabbet joints: lipped and flush. This step-by-step article will show you all you need to know to put both of these types of locking rabbets to use in your work.
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