What is the strongest corner joint?
Mortise and Tenon
Mortise and Tenon Woodworking Joints One of the strongest woodworking joints is the mortise and tenon joint. This joint is simple and strong. Woodworkers have used it for many years.
What is the toughest wood in the world?
1. Australian Buloke – 5,060 IBF. An ironwood tree that is native to Australia, this wood comes from a species of tree occurring across most of Eastern and Southern Australia. Known as the hardest wood in the world, this particular type has a Janka hardness of 5,060 lbf.
What makes the Lamello Zeta P2 so special?
The Lamello Zeta P2 is Swiss-crafted for superior quality and precision and its integrated vertical mechanical drive makes it unlike any other biscuit joiner available. As the centerpiece of the Lamello P-System, the Zeta P2 makes machining grooves for connectors fast and easy, even at varying installation depths with the use of a quick-turn dial.
What is the Zeta P2 used for?
The Zeta P2 is the profile biscuit joiner for P-System anchorage, and the Clamex P connector range in particular, and is used to connect wood materials.
How do I use the Zeta P2 to cut P-system grooves?
The Zeta P2 can cut P-System grooves for connecting fittings with varying installation depths simply by turning the P-System depth adjuster, thus removing the need to change cutters. The vertical movement for the profile groove is triggered automatically when the maximum cutting depth is reached and requires just a fraction of a second.
How do I use the Zeta P2 for biscuits?
The Zeta P2 can also be employed as a standard biscuit joiner for original biscuits by simply deactivating the profile groove function and changing to a 4mm blade. The vertical mechanical drive consists of highly precise rotary parts supplied by Lamello.