1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages).
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people.
6. Tag another person.
Itsa called Book Tag, so here goes... Do I know five people?... I don't understand #6.
The joints used include butt, miter, T-joint, end, cross, double T, and surface (Fig. 10-47). These can be joined by one of three types of fasteners, forming (1) rigid non-releasable joints, (2) rigid releasable joints, or (3) flexible releasable joints.There. I feel a lot better having done that. Not that it is included in the rules, but the book I grabbed is called FURNITUREMAKING, Design and Construction by Spence and Griffiths. I'm sure you've read it.
A rigid releasable joint can be secured using a special one-piece fastener (Fig. 10-48).
I haven't opened that book, quite literally, in decades.
Actually, the first book I grabbed was Christology by David Scaer. Guess what? It isn't of sufficient length.
I tag Lutheran Luciola, sorry. I'd tag the book club, but they don't blog. So who else? Jesse Jacobsen, Carol Rutz, Mental Llama, ElephantsChild. That's five; I ignore #6.
You know, what I'd really like to be able to do is make a flexible, nonreleasable joint.
But it isn't covered in the book...