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A table can be made with a small selection of tools and one joint, the mortise and tenon. Once the materials are prepared, the grain orientation on the outward faces can be chosen and the joinery laid out. Firstly, the tenons are laid out using the knife and mortice gauge, ensuring they are centred. Then, special attention is paid to ensure the mortises are laid out in the correct location on the legs.