Hand Tools

Subject:
Re: Shiplap with bead question

William Duffield
I think A" would significantly reduce the strength of the joinery. "B" would be easier to bead if you had the appropriate blade for your combo plane that cut the rabbet and bead in one pass. "A" would require three operations to complete the joint, while "B" could be done in two.

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