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Getting all the elements of a double mortise-and-tenon joint to line up correctly can be a long, tedious task, but it doesn’t have to be. In this classic clip from furniture maker Tim Rousseau‘s Video Workshop series on building an Asian-Inspired Hall Table, you’ll learn how use the same set of spacer blocks to handle both mortises and tenons.
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