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Things To Avoid In Mortising








You must be careful to refrain from undercutting as your chisel goes down at the lines a, b, because if you commit this error you will make a bad joint.
As much care should be exercised in producing the tenon, although the most common error is apt to occur in making the shoulder. This should be a trifle undercut.
Fig. 209. Fig. 209.

See the lines (A, Fig. 209), which illustrate this.




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