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MORTISE AND TENON
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Traditional joinery is the art of Timber Framing. Traditional joinery means jointing timber members together, such as posts, beams, rafters, purlins, etc. without any fasteners or connecters. The only nail that is used is an oak peg in a mortise and tennon connection.
We are very proud at Woodpecker to have the skills and knowledge to apply this very old technique by hand or incorporating our CNC machine technology if needed. The introduction of the Hundegger Robot Drive CNC beam cutting machine in 2018 has ensured that WoodPecker can cut traditional joinery, cost effectively in a competitive and fast moving market. It gives us the capability to create traditional timber frames, just like they were built hundreds of years ago in today’s market.