Joinery is a term used in the context of furniture and woodworking. It refers to the construction and fitting together of the different parts or pieces of furniture using various joining techniques and methods. Joinery is crucial in ensuring the strength, stability, and overall quality of the furniture. It involves creating strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing joints between the different components of the furniture, such as boards, panels, or structural supports, using techniques such as dowels, mortise and tenon, dovetails, or tongue and groove. The joinery methods used can vary depending on the type of furniture, the materials used, and the desired design and function. A well-executed joinery ensures the longevity and integrity of the furniture piece. The technique of mechanics of furniture and woodwork. Joining together pieces of wood.