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Traditional Interlocking Wood Joint [사개맞춤]

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Traditional Interlocking Wood Joint [사개맞춤]

고범석가구 목공방 입니다.
삼방연귀 장부 제작 과정 교육 영상입니다.
Here is Kobeomsuk furniture woodworking studio.
This is an educational video of making Swallow Beak wood joint process.

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Wood Joint
Chapter 6
– Making 3-WAY MITER WOOD JOINT –
Material – walnut
Education reference video I 교육 참조 영상

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Chad Stanton shows you how to make an interlocking half-lap dovetail joint and how this is a very strong joint that can be disassembled and reassembled over and over.
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39 COMMENTS

  1. It's always such a pleasure to watch you work and showcases your skills with beautiful pieces of wood. This joint is so pretty!! I love it 💜💜
    Maybe I could try some of your joints examples with some reclaimed woods, you make wonderful videos explaining it without words 🙂

  2. Love this channel, but gotta ask because I'm sure other people on this channel also subscribe to Ishitani Furniture. Does anyone know what happened to him?

  3. I enjoy the fact that you showcase your joinery skills with Black Walnut, its definitely my favorite hardwood species when it comes to overall looks and furniture. Also, the transition from sapwood makes beautiful picture frames. Thanks for sharing. 🤙

  4. In English this would be an interlocking two-way bridle joint, not a miter joint. It is also called a "castle joint" because the vertical member looks like the embattled top of a tower or a castle chess piece.

  5. I used that joint on a chair I made. I glued it in because I didn’t need to take it back apart. Great idea to angle dowels. I think you can do that with nails to get same wedging action in other applications.

  6. Thanks for posting! Always love to learn about new joinery techniques. Plus it looks cool and chicks probably dig it.👍🏽 oh and where’s Safety Dan?

  7. My take away tip… Angle the dowels.. Thanks Chad, that was definitely a 'Knock out', video.. (Sorry, someone had to say it). 😁

  8. Another great video. I've been meaning to ask, have you ever used that torch sitting on the shelf behind you? I've got one kind of like it that my grandfather had. Mine has a little area on top that according to my late uncle you filled with gas, lit the gas and that helped bring the fuel up to the torch. He said my grandma use to take the kids out of the house whenever he used it, which would have been almost 100 years ago.

  9. Great video Chad. Your techniques for the half lap dovetail are very helpful. I second your recommendation of the Marpels chisels. I have a set and have found them to be very good. Last year on another video you mentioned the chip carving knife. I bought one and it has become a very valuable tool in my shop. I’ve used it a lot on some recent projects.

    Hope all is well with you and your family.

  10. Great info, Chad. Thanks. I'm going to be making a new bench and have been debating how to make the frame. Now I have another option to consider.

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