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  1. really enjoy watching your videos. Always informative and easy to understand.
    How would you secure a notched end (like a birds mouth, used at the bottom ends of 2 sets of crossed/scissor legs) to a square piece of wood running horizontal from one set of legs to the other set of legs on the opposite side) Wish I could send a photo.

  2. I don't have half as nice a saw, but the sled and use of rachet straps is brilliant and I will probably work on a sled soon

  3. Great video, really helpful. Just the right amount of detail. Now trying to work out if I can use a router to make the splice notch as I don’t have a table saw. Thanks for the video!

  4. i always try to check if someone makes these videos with simple tools. nope. they always use expensive complex tools and complex methods to achieve this. i believe anyone can do it with practice if you have these expensive saw machines and tools. but anyways nice video. but too complicated, not simple.

  5. Would you be able to do this with mdf boxes? (super novice here) I planned to use 1/2" mdf with 5mm wood on each side…and then edge band it. I'm doing it this way because the boxes needed to be 5/8" thick and I don't have a planer

  6. Splines purely an aesthetic feature in modern woodworking. Why? On account of the physical properties of modern glue. From the standpoint of the rational work flow, the spline is far too labour intensive. If you have a mitre joint, then just simply glue it rather than fart about with possibly further inaccuracies…

  7. For these types of miter joints try the parallel spline miter. The saw blade stays at 90 deg for the spline slot and you can clamp in just one direction. This only works with plywood but is a great joint.

  8. How to make Mirror cabinet? Can you use Acrylic Mirror Sheet? or Wall Mirror Stickers? Can you please make a video about that

  9. Good project and tips. Especially like the plugs at the end using less expensive plywood for the main body of the spline

  10. Can you make a video on cutting different angles other than 45 degrees? There’s no videos on bevel joints on different angles.

  11. Flat-Bottom Blades You Make the Rockin’ World Go ‘Round! (sorry… couldn’t resist…..)

  12. thanks for putting links for the tools, makes it much easier to find the right tools!

  13. I love all your tools and shop, I wish I could afford tools like that, very nice video

  14. As a journeyman redseal joiner in British Columbia, not that means anything at all. But from a fellow professional I love your videos. You explain everything perfectly and accurately. Most importantly, why you're doing it that way. Kudos.

  15. Love your work.. & thanks for this from Sydney, Australia.. I made a PERFECT mitre joint with hardwood spline… It's solid AF!

  16. I don’t have a table saw and I haven’t worked with wood since I was in 9th grade wood shop I’m 1976, but I subscribed!

  17. I've always used biscuits but this looks to be a much easier method. Thanks! It's always a good day when you learn something.

  18. The #1 thing that every woodworker needs most is a nice bright open workshop like shown here. Fantastic! (I will not have that unless I hit the lottery).