Okay, I’m an electrician and for the most part, electricians and wood do not mix.
However, I’m kinda handy and enjoy woodworking on an occasional level.
My dilemma has been that I have moved to a town home that has few built-in shelves for books…….. My library for the most part is still boxed in my basement and I’m tired of digging through boxes for whatever I might want to retrieve.
Anyway, rather than building a total library in my study I want to build hanging book cases spread around my home......... I have hundreds of books.
I have basic woodworking tools including a router, table saw whatever.
I would like to do very strong 90 degree joints which are blind fastened on the cases on all 90 degree joints
Is a biscuit cutter the best way? I have never used one.