A pictorial journey into the compound joint: 2 lap joints and bridle joints. This was quite challenging for me, but I was surprised to see the result: I did it!
Fascinating!! Impressive!! Great job!!! – I always wanted to have something like a kitchen-island-cart-table-rolling-thingy to have some mobility yet sturdy and wide enough worksurface (you know how narrow kitchen counters can be) and from time to time thought about creating one out of wood – yet I didnt want to just attach corners the easy way but something that looked neater by actually joining the intersections and so have a smooth surface rather then a step off. Even tho this rolling thingy is no longer a project I still think I will pick your brain eventually when I need to connect wood in a neater way?
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sure. I’ll try to answer, but there are better examples already if you google it. This is just me documenting my process.
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