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Dovetailing Template








Many workers who are constantly engaged upon dovetail joints make a small wooden template, as shown at . This template is generally of hardwood, such as beech or walnut. The method of obtaining the correct angles of such a template has already been given on . Notice that the lines bb of the dovetail pins do not bevel; they are parallel to the sides of the wood and at right angles to the end of the wood as shown.









Fig. 302.—Gauging.

Fig. 302.—Gauging.

Fig. 303.—Marking the Pins.

Fig. 303.—Marking the Pins.







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