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T SPLINEIOINTS I t I I I I I I t Splines arethin stripsof woodcommonlyusedto alignandreinforcebux joints,liketheedge,case,andpaneljointsshownaboye(clockwisefrom top left). Madefrom plywoodor solidwoodno morethan1/:thethickness of thestoclgsplinesextendintogrooves cut in bothmatingsurfaces. Thewidth of the grooves shouldequalthethickness of thesplines; theirdepthshouldbe slightlymorethanone-halfthewidth of thesplinesto allowfor excess glue. The shimwillallowthefeatherboard to suoportthe middleof theworkpiece.
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