By Joshua Farnsworth

In this Quick Tip video I share my tip for using a bandsaw to make wooden wedges for wedging tenons on a through-mortise & tenon joint. This tip will help you make dozens of wedges in just a few minutes. Enough to keep on hand for future furniture making projects!

Woodworker gluing a wooden wedge into a wedged tenon for mortise and tenon joints

What cool woodworking tips do you have? Please leave a comment at the bottom of this page if you’d like to share a Quick Tip with me…if I love it, I’ll feature it in a future video, and give you a shout out!

Grizzly G0513ANV 17 inch 2 HP Bandsaw Anniversary Edition in a woodworking workshop

If you’re interested, here are the models of bandsaw and bandsaw blade that I used in the video:

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