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Woodworking JointerWhat Does a Jointer Do? - Ask Matt #13

What Does a Jointer Do? – Ask Matt #13

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A jointer is a very important tool in a woodworking shop. Its job is to set the foundation for all future work you will be doing with a board. Being able to properly mill a board flat and true is a fundamental task in woodworking because flat work pieces lead to more precise and consistent joinery in your projects.

This is the thirteenth episode of my Ask Matt series. If you have a topic suggestion please feel free to send it to me.

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20 COMMENTS

  1. Love your candidness and to the point style. Quite refreshing in a YouTube world filled with polish and fluff.

  2. How do you deal with a board where the facing edge has damage or is not true (parallel) to opposite facing edge?
    Maye use Jointer to insure reference edge and then table saw for opposite edge?

  3. Tjs le creu sur la table c la base…… suis menuisier depuis 20 ans et restaurateur monument , même en passant des bois de 3 m c pareil…..

  4. You'll understand why a jointer is necessary if you ever built a door or table with multiple board glued together.

  5. Use a benchsaw.
    It has a 90 degree angle
    That achieves the same thickness and level on all surfaces, or am I missing something?

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