A castle joint, shiro joint or a 3 way joint is one of the strongest woodworking joints. It is a combination of a half lap cross joint and an intersecting bridle joint. It is often used to make benches, tables and other furniture where both strength and aesthetics is desired. If you are planning to make a coffee table or a bed this is the right woodworking joint for you. Learn step by step how to make a castle joint. A great weekend project for a woodworking beginner. #joinery #garageshop…
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Sure, you can find woodworking joints more beautiful than the half-lap. And, one or two joints might be stronger. But few woodworking joints match the half-lap for all-around usefulness and ease of construction.
In the world of #woodworking, biscuits are pre-made ovals of compressed hardwood that are used to create simple, strong joints between pieces of wood. Click below to watch a video that shows how all this works. #woodworkingtools #woodworkingskills #woodworkingcommunity #woodworkingtips #woodworkingproject #woodworkingforall #woodworkings #woodworkinglove #woodworkingporn #woodworkingshop #woodworkingtool #woodworkingwoman #woodworkingclasses #woodworkingwiki #woodworkingmachinery