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  • Wooden workpieces are joined to any wood structure or artifact using mortise joints and/or tenon joints. Mortise refers to the hole that is in the wood, while Tenon refers to a projection that is specifically designed to fit the hole, [url=https://www.zi
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The wooden work-pieces in any wooden artifact or structure are usually joined by using mortise or tenon joints in which a mortise is a hole drilled on a wooden piece and the tenon projection is made to fit into the hole and have the best dimensions on a different piece. read more.
Wooden work-pieces are joined to any wooden structure or artifact through mortise or tenon joints. Mortise refers to a hole within an object of wood, whereas Tenon refers to a projection that is specifically designed to fit the hole, click here.