marco wong: Probably a point can be made about choosing the "outside edge" base on the direction of the wood grain. This makes a difference when you do the clean up. Great how one can clean up the joint with the chisel by just holding it by hand and having to chisel away from the body.
Timothy Shevel: Thanks for sharing..
Erik Kay: Man I know the video is old but hopefully someone can comment. When cutting the tenon do you have to hit the stop block on your last cut or could you make your shoulder cut at the block your first cut and work out? Any problems or disadvantages that I am missing?
Stephen Pugh: That was very interesting.
Ive just started to make videos of my joinery skills.
egastap: very professional and informative. Great video....great joint!
Luis Colon: very good video, well explained. Thank you
jon Q: Very thorough, gorgeous joint.
David Paul: Well explained, great joint, thank you.
Michael MusiciansLeague: Beautiful video! Thank you!
Robert Lindh: Great learning video...outstanding teacher!
Cesar Caoili: beautiful,. i love to learn more.
Lane Lear: An excellent Video! To the point, no waisted time! You explained the process and why the Why is they key to learning because if one learns the why! They have the answers to when the process did not work for them.
fchall1949: This was a very instructional video. Thank you for taking the time to explain each cut. I like this joint a lot.
goosecouple: Very good
liudas5377: Thank you so much for taking the time to post video. This is THE JOINT I have dreamed of making and now I can give it a try......
BeeHiverson: Tthat's an extremely nice shop!
Cg willie Willie: very nice joint thanks for the vid on this
jujurock64: great vid
Ming W: very nice! i have to try this
Alfredo Isaac: I have never trusted the strength of a plain 45 degree but joint. This mortise and tenon miter joint looks very strong and I will try to do it following the precise instructions shown in this video. Thanks for posting.