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Mortise And Tenon With Mitred Face








This is a useful method of jointing framing which has square edges as shown; and it is equally useful even if the face edges have moulds worked upon them. If the joint has square edges a rebate may be formed to accommodate a panel by fixing a bolection moulding around the frame. A section of the bolection mould planted on the frame is shown in the lower figure.


Fig. 159.—Tenon Joint with Mitred Face. Fig. 159.—Tenon Joint with Mitred Face.








Fig. 160.—Rafter Joint.

Fig. 160.—Rafter Joint.

Fig. 161.—Roof Joints.

Fig. 161.—Roof Joints.







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