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Another sample I made is the through tusk tenon joint. I did have a student use this one for her knock down desk design. More details and photos HERE.. For her desk the panel top, back, and a low stretcher were connected to the sides using this joint. Her desk sides were 2 layers thick of 18mm plywood and oak veneer on the outside faces. She was going to glue the layers together but with the wedge joinery in place she didn't need to.
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@4DThinker - we realize you have already taken the time to build out your blog on your website but for most here the preference is to post photos hosted on this site rather than a link offsite.
If I had a fast web connection I would happily repost the photos I post on my blog to here and other sites. I'm using my cell phone's data sharing hookup and it is creepily slow. I start on my blog so I can take time contemplating the associated text, and decide which photos of those I've taken I want to show to illustrate the text. I don't mind the slow connection there as I can still edit text while they upload. I can take a few days if I want to edit/reconsider before publishing. Linking to the article/photos there takes a few second. Adding the same photos again on various web forums takes hours. One blog post of mine with a very short video took 3+ hours for the video to upload, and that was after downsizing it to 640x380 resolution. I took a nap while that video uploaded and it was still uploading when I woke up 3 hours later. If you would rather I not post here at all I'm OK with that. BTW I make no money off my blog. Far too few visits.
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