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To get the long edges to line up, I cut a small biscuit joint (not exactly a biscuit joint, but the idea is similar) on the edge with my drill. After tapping a piece of scrap into the glue-lined slot, cutting and sanding the edge smooth, and filling the remaining space with wood filler, the edge looks clean and the whole piece is sturdy. Friday, August 22, 2014. Basic Woodworking Part 3: An Adirondack Chair. The September issue of Popular Mechanics included this article. I spent most of the afternoon cut...

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To get the long edges to line up, I cut a small biscuit joint (not exactly a biscuit joint, but the idea is similar) on the edge with my drill. After tapping a piece of scrap into the glue-lined slot, cutting and sanding the edge smooth, and filling the remaining space with wood filler, the edge looks clean and the whole piece is sturdy. Friday, August 22, 2014. Basic Woodworking Part 3: An Adirondack Chair. The September issue of Popular Mechanics included this article. I spent most of the afternoon cut...

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