August 10, 2007

Woodworking Joint Torture Test

mortis.jpgEver wonder exactly how strong a miter joint is? From time to time we have but now, thanks to the guys at Wood magazine, we know. They made up an assortment of common woodworking joints and took them to a lab and stress tested the hell out of them to see which ones were the strongest. Very cool.

The video is here. For some reason, we aren't allowed to embed it on the site.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 10, 2007 5:46 AM
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