Tongue and Groove Joints - Fine Woodworking How-To

Tongue and Groove Joints

Any long-grain joint greater than 48 in. long would benefit from the use of a tongue-and-groove joint. It provides a mechanical means of registering and joining the edges of narrow boards when forming a wider panel. The Basics: • Anatomy of the joint:
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