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"Japanese wood joinery dates back to the seventh century and is a
craftsmanship technique that involves complicated, interlocking wooden
joints that form bonds without the use of nails, screws or adhesives.
Practical use of these woodworking techniques, known as tsugite, has
been dwindling over the years due to their complexity but a team of
researchers from Tokyo University have created a software program that can
generate these wooden joints, which can then be fabricated."
whoo very nice. I'll have to introduce it to "The Shed" most of the old
blokes there got nothing but time. It would give them something other than
cutting boards, cheese boards and pot holders to do ;)