How to Slot Cut Bevels in V-Formation on Two Pieces with Biscuit Joiner
posted on October 1, 2010 by Woodworker's Journal
Double biscuit cutting When you need to make two of the same biscuit joints in two pieces, clamp them together and you only have to make that cut once.

When I need to cut biscuit slots into the ends of a 45° bevel joint, I clamp the two workpieces together against their inside faces. The beveled ends form a 90° “V,” which creates a secure notch for bracing my biscuit joiner to cut the required slots. This setup also allows me to cut slots into both sides of the joint by simply turning the tool around in the notch. And, if I want to cut a double-slotted joint, I set a spacer against one of the beveled ends to move the cutter up for making the second slot.

posted on October 1, 2010 by Woodworker's Journal
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