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We’re ready for the fox wedging of the tenons. Paul cuts the kerf in the tenons, then cuts the wedges, before gluing them up, making sure the joints tighten as they are seated. The peak is cut using a sliding bevel to get the angle for the mitre, as well as bevelling two of the edges for appearance. Then the haunches can be removed and cleaned up.