Hi all. This is my first post on this forum. Sorry about the bad English.
A few week ago I saw a YouTube-video. I dont remember the topic (waterstones, or something simular?) but in the video he showed how you could easy make a square box waterproof by joinery.
The key was to take a nail and hammering it along the fibers in the wood so that a hollow was made. The second step was to plane down the area around the hollow to the same deep as the bottom of the hollow. When that area later was being hit by water it made the joinery for the box waterproof.
But I cant remember the joinery he used for the box/container! So my question to you all are: What joinery do you think he used so it benefit from the “hammering down a nail” and become waterproof?
I have added two pictures: one about the technique itself and one of what i can remember from the box/container.
Please help this newbie that isnt used to thinking about different joinerys.
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