One more example of how much glue surface provided by a dovetail joint. This cradle certainly looks like it has fairly wide tails, but if you do the same analysis as I did in my thought experiment, you find that the total glue surface is nearly the entire length of the joint.
(Original photo from Mark Firley, on Flickr.)
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One more example of how much glue surface provided by a dovetail joint. This cradle certainly looks like it has fairly wide tails, but if you do the same analysis as I did in my thought experiment, you find that the total glue surface is nearly the entire length of the joint.
(Original photo from Mark Firley, on Flickr.)
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One more example of how much glue surface provided by a dovetail joint. This cradle certainly looks like it has fairly wide tails, but if you do the same analysis as I did in my thought experiment, you find that the total glue surface is nearly the entire length of the joint.

(Original photo from Mark Firley, on Flickr.)

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