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Old 02-07-2014, 06:30 PM   #15
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That would probably be a strong joint, the downside is that each 4' wide sheet when router jointed becomes less than 4'. The joint is then unsupported on a crossmember with no bolts around it. Biscuits are good for alignment but they are also very strong in the right application, such as a mitre joint, I've seen the tests, but I think in this sheet end to end application it would't be super strong just better than nothing. I remember seeing the magnet activated biscuits for knock down displays, now they were cool!
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