Biscuits are a quick and simple way to join wood. They can be used in many situations where a strong, inconspicuous joint is required.
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Whatever you are making, you need to judge how many biscuit joints you need for a good connection. Thickness of the biscuit should be judged on wood depth. Butt the wood together, aligned where they will be joined then draw a pencil line across the two pieces to mark the biscuit joint's position.
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