Glossary of Woodworking Terminology (T)
A T-bevel, also known as a sliding bevel, is used for duplicating unusual angles.
This most versatile machine in the wood shop can be used for ripping, cutting dadoes, tenons, rabbets, miters and much more.
Device used for measuring lengths of stock, in both standard (imperial) and metric. Typically available in 16, 25 and 30-foot lengths.
A type of pin, fashioned out of the end of a piece of stock, that is designed to fit securely into a mortise, cut from another piece of stock. This method is commonly referred to as Mortise & Tenon joinery.