Biscuits are compressed shavings that are stamped into an oval shape. Moisture from the glue surrounding the biscuit causes it to expand and form a tight joint. You can use biscuits on hard and soft wood, composition board, and plywood. Precision measurements are not necessary for this type of wood joinery. Cut crescent shaped slots into adjoining wood pieces and apply glue in the hole and clamp.
- Biscuit joinery is quick and simple, yet strong
- Allows a greater flexibility in alignment than traditional dowel pin wood joinery, leading to a higher degree of success of your project
- Tube with screw on lid stores and protects biscuits from moisture to prevent swelling prior to use
- Use with any plate joiner or router bit designed to cut a 5/32 in. slot