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Timber butt joints

Create a simple butt joint when building any timber frames for stability and ease.

Using a custom jig

To increase speed and accuracy when aligning evenly spaced timber, create a jig from a scrap piece of wood.

What does proud mean?

A feature that is raised above the surrounding surface can be described as proud.

What does flush mean?

Surfaces, sides or edges that are level with each other are described as flush.

Mark measurements on cut lengths

To make it easy to identify cut lengths of timber, mark the dimensions on the wood with a pencil.

Pilot holes

Drilling pilot holes in your timber will help prevent the wood from splitting.

Create a level support for a chop saw

To ensure you are using your power saw safely and precisely, it is key to create a level support for this bulky tool.