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Trestle Table

Trestle Table – Episode 8

Posted By joseph

With the shoulders marked, Paul cuts the tenons on the stretcher. He split cuts then uses the router and chisel to fit it to the mortice. He then puts an arch in the stretcher, showing a few methods as he does so, before rounding over the tenon.

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Drawbore Mortice & Tenoning – Two methods

Posted By joseph

Paul shows two methods for drawboring mortice and tenons. The first, a drawbore with an offset hole in the mortice and tenon to pull the joint together. Drawbores are a feature that have been used for centuries, so link past techniques with present day woodworking. In the second video Paul goes through how to drill and then square the exterior of the hole and shape the peg to fit.

Trestle Table

Trestle Table – Episode 7

Posted By joseph

To complete the end frames, Paul cuts the mortices in the central column which will receive the stretcher tenon. Then we are ready to glue up the end frame. Paul uses optional drawbore pins in his. With the end frames completed, he assembles the base frame to mark the shoulders accurately on the stretcher and cuts the turnbutton mortices.