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Inserted Tenon


Definition of Inserted Tenon:
An inserted tenon is a style of joint where a mortise is cut into each adjoining piece and a piece of stock, a loose tenon, is inserted into both pieces.


Making Mortise-and-Tenon Joints
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  • Woodworkers rely on the versatile mortise-and-tenon joint for making sturdy frames, panels, stools, tables and stands.
  • Frank Klausz shows you how to make the joint cleanly and quickly, using hand tools or basic woodshop machines.


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