If we spend the money to buy our woodworking power tools, we want them to make our work easier.

One of the woodworking tasks that takes more time is to make the wooden joints by hand. If you want to learn to cut them by hand with the skill of a carpenter, I recommend you to look for a school or a teacher who can teach you in person. But if you are looking for how to cut the woodworking joints using your DIY electric machines, here is a selection of guides, jigs and step-by-step procedures that I use to make mortise and tenon joints, miter joints and dovetail joints among others.

Some of these woodworking techniques need more time than others, but when we know the tricks and we acquire the necessary skills, we can make different types of woodworking joints in fairly fast and acceptably accurate way. In many cases being able to make these wood joints is the first step to be able to make our homemade woodworking projects.