Flush trimming is a skill every woodworker needs to master.
It allows you to create joinery that looks seamless and inlays that blend perfectly into the rest of your project.
Through-tenons, dovetails, butterfly keys, edge banding — they all involve flush trimming.
But like anything in woodworking, there’s more than one way to do it. And different methods are better suited to different situations.
Today, I’m giving you six ways to flush trim with different tools.
By learning them all, you’ll be able to get seamless looking joinery no matter the situation — and can use them together for fast and beautiful results.