Wood Joints - Coggle Diagram
made by cutting both pieces to be joined at 45º
stronger than butt joint because of the mechanical connection and the increased gluing area.
used for box construction
used to secure shelves and partitions in carcass constructions.
Mortise and tenon joints
stronger than halving joints due to increased gluing area.
stronger than butt joints due to increased surface area
used to join manmade boards.
We use wood joints to make a stronger join.
increasing the surface area / glueing area
weakest and most simple join
small surface area
used to insert the backs of cupboards, lids and bases into boxes, glass and decorative panels.