These are joinery biscuits for woodworking and I made a bunch from a piece of scrap wood.
Whenever you make something that you utilized to buy, it resembles generating income.
Requires a 4" hole saw and I just occur to have one. Took approximately 30 minutes to make nearly 50, but half of that time was developing the simple component on my drillpress.
These are made from ash and the grain goes straight perpendicular to the joint for optimal strength. Shop bought biscuits have the grain running on an angle. These are also a little larger and fill the mortise more precisely.
Obviously you can make any size biscuit with the very same hole saw and it would be a great idea to build a more refined fixture than the rough and prepared one I slapped together in this video.
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