Using a biscuit joiner and biscuits is a great way to join multiple pieces of lumber so the boards are aligned during glue up…this is a big time saver. One issue that can arise if a biscuit isn’t placed properly is called “telegraphing”, which means that a biscuit can contract over time and pull the surface wood down with it creating a slight depression, or indent in the surface. Here are some simple tips on using a biscuit joiner and how to prevent telegraphing.
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