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This is a clever joint.
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Looks a bit tricky to make but it would certainly make a piece more interesting to look at.

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I was expecting something from Colorado or California

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In Canada Trudeau calls a strong joint something I think he smokes ! LOL I watched a video once on Chinese woodworking joinery, wow it was amazing.
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https://www.finewoodworking.com/2017...&mid=169581295
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Good video Dan.
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I recall seeing that somewhere else. It could probably be done on power tools but what I saw was done by hand tools. Japanese, maybe?

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Looks like it would have a lot of contact area for glue,and be strong as all heck .

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I recall seeing that somewhere else. It could probably be done on power tools but what I saw was done by hand tools. Japanese, maybe?
At some time I saw a router bit, maybe a set of two, that would make a similar joint. And can't recall where.

Do believe that this is the one.
https://www.canadianwoodworking.com/...ues/lock-mitre
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That one Theo is a standard lock mitre whereas the one I posted seems to be a modified and stronger version of the lock mitre. It wouldn't surprise me if there is a two bit set of cutters to make that joint.

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