How to: Joint boards without a jointer

How to: Joint boards without a jointer
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Anyone who works enough with wood wants a jointer. What do you do if you need one, but don’t have one? Improvise! Check out this great instructable on joining wood without a jointer.

A planer/jointer is not always available to the home woodworker who wants to do fine cabinetry. Look at the piece of cabinetry in the photo. Each face has three pieces that were jointed and glued, but without a standard planer/jointer. The glue lines are almost invisible. You can find them only by looking closely for changes in the grain pattern.

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4 thoughts on “How to: Joint boards without a jointer

  1. Kimber Janney says:

    This is infinitely more satisfying and much quieter with an old fashioned hand plane-the longer the better.
    Also, quieter and dustless .

  2. Jetlag says:

    Don’t you mean “join boards?”

    ;)

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