wedge-shape mortice within stretcher


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As others said you draw the 2D shape on the surface of the piece which creates a wedge shaped face.  Then push the wedge face through the piece leaving a hole/mortise.

There is no wedge tool per se.  You have make that from 4 lines.

The wedge face you draw has to be on the surface of the piece you are mortising.

Or am I misunderstanding the question?

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6 minutes ago, Mark J said:

As others said you draw the 2D shape on the surface of the piece which creates a wedge shaped face.  Then push the wedge face through the piece leaving a hole/mortise.

There is no wedge tool per se.  You have make that from 4 lines.

The wedge face you draw has to be on the surface of the piece you are mortising.

Or am I misunderstanding the question?

I can do a mortice if the 2D shape is the same at both ends. But here, it is not. 

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