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Hello all, I'm new to the forum, looking forward to taking part here.

I have a pulpit that my church wants me to build for them, it calls for a 48 inch long 30 degree, butt edge miter joint. I looked for a 30 degree miter lock but online but can't find one. Any suggestions, including an alternate method for the joint?

My concern is that the pulpit is 3-sided, made of oak, and that long joint will some some stress if the pulpit is moved, want to make it as strong as possible.

I've considered a spline or just multiple biscuit but I think miter lock would be the strongest.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Jay
Hi Jay - you may find these a bit easier to set up than a lock miter.
MLCS Euro door, door lip, finger pull, drawer lock bits, glue joint router bits
Irregardless of the type of glue joint you use, I'd consider some supplemental bracing. :)
 

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