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HOW TO DRILL HOLES FOR A PEGGED JOINT
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How to Drill Holes for A Pegged Joint

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Description:
Two pieces of stock, butted, and held together by a dowel form a pegged joint.

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Use:
Dowels or pegs provide strength in butt joints and are extensively used in box corners, drawers, and cabinet corners, pegged joints, in which rounded dowel ends extend slightly above the outside surface, are used in “Colonial” maple furniture.

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