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Asked in Building and Carpentry, Machine Tools
What does a joiner do?
A joiner makes pieces of wood fit together without nails or other fasteners. The joiner makes special cuts in the wood so that they fit together; the joiner's craft can be used to make doors, book cases, and other items. The best Joiner tool is biscuit joiner. It is the Fastest wood joiner ever. ...
Asked in Building and Carpentry
Is a biscuit joiner strong enough to build a exterior sash door?
Probably not. Hardwood dowels and exterior glue would be stronger and hold up better to the repeated use. ...
Asked in Glue and Adhesives
What type of glue would you use to fasten two pieces of spf lomber?
I would use yellow carpenters glue, and insert a 'biscuit' also. This is a small circle of wood fibre that you insert glued into a specially cut hole in each piece( like a joiner) This method gives a very strong joint. ...
Asked in Middle Ages, Medieval Warfare, Knights Templar
What was a joiner in medieval times?
A joiner was a person who did fine woodwork. A joiner differed from a carpenter because the carpenter did work that required nails, and the joiner did work where nails were not used, such as making fine furniture. ...