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How To Cut A Mortise In this video I use sharp chisels to square up my mortises. This is the 34thvideo in my complete sharpening series. In this series I will use the following tools and machines: Makita 9820 electric water stone with an after market sharpening jig, Bosch belt sander, Porter Cable belt sander, Mitutoyo combination square, General Sharpening Jig, DMT Diamond Stones, and various chisels, plane irons and scrapers. Allan Little is AskWoodMan™ Follow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his blog!
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Watch in HD! One in a series of videos I created for the North Carolina Museum of History’s exhibit – “Behind the Veneer: Thomas Day, Master Cabinetmaker.” I filmed these pieces at Old Salem in Winston-Salem NC. Each short film was devoted to a different woodworking task done using traditional methods. They including turning, planing, cutting, and joining. This is the video for joining. It shows two methods of joining; the dovetail (00:00) and mortise and tenon (01:35). All of these videos are presented on an interactive high definition Flash display that I designed and programmed in the exhibit. To learn more about the exhibit, visit
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Woodworking-23…Let’s Build a Jewelry Box…Part 6…Joinery

The Apprentice and The Journeyman provides a look at making a wedged tenon joint for a jewelry box handle in this woodworking video. ; We continue in Part 6 of this fine woodworking project at the drill press table by drilling a mortise in the lid of Koa wood veneer box. The mortise will receive the tenon of the handle. The joinery is prepared at the woodworking bench as the wedged tenon is press-fit using the woodworking vise. visit…The Apprentice and The ………………Learn more, Experience more!