If we spend the money to buy our DIY woodworking tools, what we want from them is that they make our job easier. One of the most time-consuming carpentry tasks is making wood joints by hand. If you want to learn to cut them by hand with the skill of a master carpenter, I recommend that you look for a school or a teacher with whom you can learn in person. But if you are looking for how to cut them using your DIY electric machines, here is a selection of step-by-step guides and procedures that I use to make box and tenon joints, miter joints and dovetail joints among others.
Some of these woodworking techniques for making wood joints require more time than others, but when we get the hang of it and acquire the necessary skill, and where necessary have our cutting guides adjusted, we can make different types of wood joints fairly quickly and acceptably accurate. In many cases, being able to make these joints is the first step in making our home woodworking projects.