Mitered Mortise & Tenon Joint




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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.


Rowan Wood:
please tell me which kind of mortising machine you are using in the video. also, i really like this joint. it makes a lot of sense for a frame maker. avoiding screws when putting together a frame is very important, to me, aesthetically. i would also like to see one done where the tenon does not go all the way through and is hidden. thanks for the tutorial.

fchall1949: This was a very instructional video. Thank you for taking the time to explain each cut. I like this joint a lot.

Ronald Tatum: I love these videos. Thank you, very much.

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 (Pasadenaville): 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.

BRAINWASH2K: Excellent work. You are very precise and this tutorial is very easy to comprehend. I will purchase this book.

paul painter: Nicely done. I've been looking at different methods to do this so that I can make a glass door. The mortise & tenon is strong to hold the weight of the glass and the mitered joint gives a more finished appearance. The through tenon demonstrates mastery of making the joint. If you don't want to see the end of the tenon then you can drill the mortise shorter and trim down the tenon. Personally, I like to see through tenons, though.

simhopp: I think that is very good point. long grain to long grain joint can be achieved with box joint with miter front. no reason for mortise, if the goal is not to hide the joint. and you can wedge hidden mortise also, so through mortise for wedging is not a good reason.

oaksho: An excelent video of an excelent crafsman. you can always tell this because they make their craft look so simple. I bet I have a few bits of fire wood after my first attempt at this joint :-{
Rating:
Mitered Mortise & Tenon Joint 5 out of 5

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