Biscuit Joiner Basics

Front Cover
Sterling Publishing Company, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
No other tool can make stronger joints, or more accurate ones, so quickly. Discover the individual attributes of different biscuits and brands of joiners. A number of joining techniques are covered, including edge joints, butt joints, T-joints, miter joints, and much more. Make any of the 7 projects, from an easy stool to an apothecary chest with a pseudo-carved shell, to learn the basics. 128 pages, 200 b/w illus., 8 x 10.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

For biscuit,the joiner may be the something that sticky.http://www.aliexpress.com/store/group/Glue-Bottle/212878_250881274.html
The above is the glue bottles,they are for the DIY or other things.
 

Contents

Acknowledgments
4
Biscuits
11
Selecting a Biscuit Joiner
24
Selection Guidelines 24 Lamello Biscuit Joiners 25 Makita 3901 Joiner 26 Freud
31
Biscuits and Glue Bottles
37
Maintenance Techniques
43
Laying Out the Work
50
Making EdgetoEdge Joints
57
Corner Butt Joints 62 Offset Butt Joints 66 TJoints
67
Cutting Mitres on Stock 72 Making Slot Cuts 74 Using Joiners without Flap
77
Laying Out Narrow Work 79 Cutting Joints at Nonstandard Angles 80 Making Face
83
Planter 85 Knockdown Bookcase 92 A Handy Stool 99 Desk Organizer 103
103
CarTop Carrier 111 Chest with a Carved Shell
116
Glossary
125
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information