Figure 3-62.-Making a dovetail half-lap joint.
A multiple dovetail joint is shown in figure 3-63; figure 3-64 indicates how the waste is chiseled from the multiple joint.
Box Corner Joints
With the exception of the obvious difference in the layout, the box corner joint (figure 3-48) is made in a similar manner as the through-multiple-dovetail joint.
Inside corner joints between molding trim members are usually made by butting the end of one member against the face of the other. Figure 3-65
Figure 3-63.-Laying out a pin member for a through-multiple-dovetail joint.
Figure 3-64.-Chiseling out waste in a through-multiple-dovetail joint.
Figure 3-65.-Making a coping Joint.Continue Reading