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Strong and versatile, the sliding dovetail joint has many applications, from case construction to leg-and-rail joinery. You’ve probably seen a drawing of the sliding dovetail joint. It’s a hybrid of the dado and the dovetail, with a groove in one part, a tongue on the other. Because both the groove walls and the tongue sides are angled like a dovetail, the joint has to be assembled by sliding the tongue into the groove from one end. #2109 Tapered Sliding Dovetails. Tapered Sliding Dovetails. Through Dovetail Housing - How to cut by hand. ROUTER SKILL- Make a tapered-sliding-dovetail THE EASY WAY! How To Make a Sliding Dovetail With Hand Tools - a How-to Woodworking Joint. How To Cut a Dado With Hand Tools - Woodworking Joint. How To Make a Stopped Dado With Just Hand Tools - Woodworking Joint. How to Make Butterfly / Dovetail Keys. Installing Butterflies/Dovetail Keys/Dutchmen/Bow Ties. Butterfly/Dovetail Keys: The Down to Earth Woodworker. Hand Cut Dovetails with Frank Klausz.
The Woodwright's Shop - The Dovetail Variations. Dovetail Pin and Tail Patterns. Hand Cut Dovetails, a different approach! Rob Cosman's 6 1/2 Minute 1/2 Blind Dovetail. Hand cut dovetails made easy. 20 - How I previously cut dovetails. Hand-Cut Dovetail Joints. Reprinted from: Woodwork Joints by William Fairham Nothing definite is known as to the origin of dovetailing, but a quaint and pleasing little story which is well worth repeating runs as follows: A farmer had called in the local "joyner" to do sundry repairs at the homestead.
One day, whilst enjoying a humble meal, he sat watching some doves as they hopped about the yard. Struck by the movement of their wedge-shaped tails, it occurred to him to joint his timber by the interlocking method; hence we have dovetails. Through Dovetailing. —One of the simplest forms of the dovetail joint is shown in Fig. 267, where two pieces of timber are joined by the method known as "through" dovetailing. Dovetails Demystified - A simple & sophisticated way to cut dovetails. Tips for Cutting Half Blind Dovetails Part 1, with Tim Rousseau. Tips for Cutting Half Blind Dovetails Part 2, with Tim Rousseau. Secret Mitered Dovetails with Kaare Loftheim at Colonial Williamsburg. How to Make a Half-blind Dovetail Joint. How to make Dovetail Joints. Chisel techniques for hand cut dovetails. Make a Dovetail Alignment Board.