How To Make a WEDGED Through Mortise and Tenon | Woodworking

How To Make a WEDGED Through Mortise and Tenon | Woodworking
Here I show how to cut the amazingly beautiful through wedged mortise and tenon joint.



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How To Make a WEDGED Through Mortise and Tenon | Woodworking

11 replies on “How To Make a WEDGED Through Mortise and Tenon | Woodworking”

  1. Absolutely beautiful work. I enjoy seeing your excitement when it all comes together 🙂 I've always wanted to get into woodworking because I love the pacing and practicality and craftsmanship all involved. Still very intimidated because of all the tools required. Just lost my job so seeking out tools and setting up shop to practice the craft is kinda out of the question now. I know it sounds cheesy and probably psychologically creepy 😛 but thanks for your videos so I can learn and enjoy seeing beautiful practical works of art

  2. Very nice that you take separate videos to explain the details in your projects (and even for free!). That way you don't overload the initial video. Find myself back-skipping several times to grasp every detail. Thank you very much, a lot of your tips will find their way into my projects.

  3. Hi, I have purchased the plans and doing the shelf. Could you tell what type of product you have used to achieve the contrast between the different wood parts?
    Many thanks

  4. Well done sir! Beautiful work! I'm a new subscriber and new to woodworking. Love the channel, very inspiring!

  5. But you can't loosen this joinery, right? i really like the possiblity to take apart the normal mortise an tenon in your shelves .. sadly the top won't come off.
    do you know an alternative ?

    best regards from germany

  6. Nice job!
    1 question. When you drilled the waste out with the forstner bit did you drill from the top or from the bottom? Did you drill it all the way through?


  7. Have you tried clamping a straight piece of wood up to your knife line so prevent from blowing it out?

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