Keyed Through Tenon plans
The keyed through tenon is a very strong joint that uses a key or wedge to […]

The keyed through tenon is a very strong joint that uses a key or wedge to hold the tenon in place. It is not typically glued, because the one main feature of the joint is that it is a “knock-down” joint, which means it is removable. The shoulders of the joint are slightly offset, so that driving the wedge in pulls it tighter together.