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Tips on using a joiner

A biscuit joiner is a electrical woodwork­ing tool that joins two pieces of wood together without staples, nails or screws. It uses a 101,6 mm blade to cut a crescent shaped hole in the opposite edges of two pieces of wood.

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You can find this tool at Lumber City Kuruman.

The oval wooden “biscuit” is covered with glue, placed in the slot and clamped together to form a tight, smooth and seamless joint.

Steps:

1. Align the piece of wood you want to join.

2. Make marks at the spot where the biscuits will be placed.

3. Mark the other piece of wood at the same spot. The process allows some leeway, so perfect alignment is unnecessary.

4. Use the settings on the joiner to set the depth of the cut.

5. Place the joiner firmly on the pencil markings.

6. Turn it on and push it forward to cut a crescent shape. Apply pressure to release the blade, allowing it to cut the wood. The cutting blade will retract while it idles. The crescent shaped slot may be longer and larger than the joiner biscuit, allowing a user to better align the joined pieces.

7. Cut slots on each piece of wood.

8. Cover each biscuit with wet glue.

9. Slip biscuits into one of the slots at each location.

10. Clamp the two pieces of wood firmly with wood clamps. Upon being clamped, the compressed biscuit will expand to fill the crescent shaped slot, creating a strong bond between the two pieces as it dries.

11. Wipe away any excess glue.

12. Clean the joiner according to product directions before storing.

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