Joinery is a tradesman and artisan who build items by joining together pieces of timber, especially lighter and ornamental wooden work than which a typical carpenter generally builds, such as furniture and the fittings of a house, boat, etc. There are many kinds of joinery Adelaide, from cross-linking (where two timber edges are joined by overlapping them), stapling (where the timber is stapled or glued closely together), nailbolting (a sort of screw-bolting) and capnangto (an Italian joinery). Some names for these processes are “stitching-and-locking” and “joining”. It should be noted that some names are obsolete or no longer used in the construction industry, e.g., capnangento is no longer used in Italy and cross-linking is no longer common in America (although it is still done in Asia).


The main type of joinery is tabletop joinery (often known as “cast-in-place” joinery or “indirect joinery”). This kind of joinery is commonly used in furniture making, such as chairs, tables, drawers, bookcases and shelving. Table tops of these types are usually constructed by using two pieces of board-frame wood placed together at right angles to each other. Then the joinery procedure begins by setting up the two pieces of boards at their right angles and then hammering or nailing them together with a machine wrench.

Butt joints are also called cross-linking or “overlapping” joints. In butt joint, the two pieces of wood are joined, but not pushed together. Instead, they are overlapped so that their overlapping grain faces each other. Some of the common butt joints are described below. Note that these are just illustrations and you should always apply the necessary amount of pressure when using these joints.

The ninety-degree joint is one of the most common joinery techniques used in furniture making today. In this method, the two pieces of wood are perfectly glued or nailed, but the ends are not touching one another. To attain ninety-degree joinery, you need to have both hands on both pieces of wood while gluing or nailing. To do this, you will need to place one piece onto the right angle of the joint and tap the other piece firmly on the floor to make sure that both pieces are glued or nailed.

Joinery done by hand is a very difficult and time-consuming task. But some carpenters prefer this method over other kinds of joinery because of the time and effort saving it gives them. If hand joinery Adelaide is your preference, you need to be very patient and practice hard so that you will eventually develop the skill. Carpenters who are accomplished in hand carpentry often operate on large-scale projects.

Joinery is a very important aspect of carpentry. If you want to join different kinds of wooden materials, such as walnut, mahogany, maple, or oak, you need to be very meticulous and work slowly. Do not rush into things. A good carpenter will never forget the details of his job. Joinery Adelaide is a very essential part of carpentry; therefore, carpentry tools and supplies must be of top quality.