Bevel Lap Splice
Very much like the half-lap splice, the bevel lap splice joint is stronger and still needs glue and fasteners.
Tongue And Dado
The tongue-and-dado joint, is a simple wood joint. It is not a very strong joint because of its inherent design and alignment with the wood grain, but it looks neat and more is than adequately strong for small boxes, small cupboard shelves and read of drawers.
Half Lap Dovetail
The half lap dovetail is a variation of the classic dovetail wood joint. It is made by making the pin shorter so that it does extend completely through the thickness of the mating piece.
Half Lap Joint
The half-lap joint is a very simple and quick joint. An appealing aesthetic point of this joint is that it hides the end grain of each adjoining end. It is a useful and good looking joint to use for frames of all kinds because it gives a flush and even look and is quiet strong.
A dovetail joint is a classic joint, but largely for its looks. It is used expensively for furniture and showpieces that require to look good. It is also used for functional part of a wood project that is exposed to naked eye but does not need to go through stressful use.
Rabbet joints can be made in different ways, using different tools. That are simple to make and especially useful when trying to remove the warp from a cupboard or a bookshelf.
There are four main types of splice joints: Half lap, Bevel lap, Tabled, and Tapered finger.
Squared Splice Joint
Mortise and Tenon
A mortise and tenon joint is perhaps the most used joint in the history of woodworking, and for good reason. It is easy to make and results in super strong joints for super sturdy furniture. The slight trade off is that it doesn't look all that fancy.