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Woodworking Joints. Joinery. Joinery is the part of Woodworking that involves joining pieces of wood together Some require fasteners, adhesives. Types of Wood Joints Butt Joint. The simple butt joint is most commonly used. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Woodworking Joints

  • JoineryJoinery is the part of Woodworking that involves joining pieces of wood togetherSome require fasteners, adhesives

  • Types of Wood JointsButt JointThe simple butt joint is most commonly used. This joint is formed by nailing or screwing the end of one piece of wood to the end of the other. While this is simple, fast and effective, the butt joint leaves the heads of the screws or nails exposed.Used in cabinet making or Construction framing

  • The dowel joint is basically the same as the butt joint except dowels are used to hold the two pieces of wood together instead of screws and nails Construct blind dowel joints by drilling the holes only partway into each piece of wood. Then drive the dowels into these holes and glue them into position. The dowels are not always visible.

    Types of Wood JointsDowel Joint

  • The Lap Joint is made by sawing halfway through each piece of woodThe Lap Joint provides a great deal of strength, but the heads of the nails, screws are still exposed.Used in Cabinet makingTypes of Wood JointsLap Joint

  • This Wood Joint is simple and strong. Due to this, it is commonly used with other materials besides wood.To form this joint, saw a slot into one piece of wood. The end of the other piece of wood is then notched out to fit the slot in the first piece.The wood joint is then glued together.Used in furniture making

    Types of Wood JointsMortise & Tenon

  • The conventional mitre joint is widely used for making corners in various types of woodworkThis Wood Joint is a finish joint and not a strong joint. Therefore it is not recommended where the joint is subject to excessive weight or unusual strain.

    Types of Wood JointsMitre Joint

  • A simple wood joint, in which the ends of boards are joined atright angles by removing a portion of one boards thickness to accommodate another board.In addition to increasing the glue surface, therabbet also provides support and alignment for the two pieces.Used for small scale structural applications: small boxes, wall cabinets, etc.Types of Wood JointsRabbet Joint

  • To make a Dado Joint, cut a slot into one piece of wood to match the end of the other. The dado joint is much stronger than the butt joint and creates a more professional appearance.It can be used horizontally to support shelves on a bookcase or vertically to hold partitions.

    Types of Wood JointsDado Joint

  • This wood joint is noted for its resistance to being pulled apart (tensile strength).The dovetail joint is commonly used to join the sides of a drawer to the front.A series of pins cut into one board and tails into the second board form the joint.Once glued, a wooden dovetail joint requires no mechanical fasteners.Types of Wood JointsDovetail Joint

  • Summary of Wood JointsWood JointsName: Lap JointStrength: Strength of JointWeakness: Fasteners are shown

    Name: Mitre JointStrength: Decorative JointWeakness: No strength to joint

    Name: Dovetail JointStrength: StrengthWeakness: Setup time to create

    Name: Dowel JointStrength: Fasteners can be hiddenWeakness: Setup time to create

    Name: Butt JointStrength: Simple/FastWeakness: Fasteners are shown

    Name: Dado JointStrength: Strength/ProfessionalWeakness: Setup time to create

    Name: Rabbet JointStrength: Simple/Provides supportWeakness: End grain exposed

    Name: Mortise & TenonStrength: Strength/AppearanceWeakness: Setup time to create

  • WOOD JointsCareful planning, measuring and cutting result in attractive functional wood joints.