Mortises, Tenons and Such

By on Aug 7, 2012 in Crafted by Chris Harvan | 0 comments

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Client needed a desk for an outdoor shelter. Avoiding metal and glue joints in the base means draw bored dowels and tusk tenon fun. Fasteners that attach the top will be coated to avoid corrosion. Being white oak, could likely stand up to full outdoor use for decades. In the enclosure where it will live, hopefully hundreds of years.