We’re getting a little afield from the original topic here, But this is a similar concept developed by that paragon of fine woodworking, Ikea: :wink:Speaking of joinery, I came up with a sample I'm calling a tapered tenon array. The goal was to make a joint with considerable holding friction when it was together, but was also easy to tap apart. Thus the tapered tenons. I may regret showing it to the students as it is time consuming to cut, and takes careful vector layout to end up with a good fitting joint.
How Ikea's New Joinery is Advancing Their Design - Core77
The CNC enables new concepts, and I appreciate those like @4DThinker who are willing to share their ideas.