Mortise & Tenon
There are several good ways to make a mortise and tenon joint. The trick is determining which one is best for the task at hand.
Mortise and tenons are often the backbone of a woodworking project. And with the power tools available today there are several ways of creating both the mortise and the tenon. Drill press, router, dado blade, tenon jig, and dedicated hollow chisel mortisers, this article explains the pros and cons of each method.
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