What's the Difference between a Carpenter and a Joiner?

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The difference between carpenters and joiners is that a joiner joins wood without the help of nails while a carpenter fixes wood or makes items from wood with the help of nails. Another difference is that joiners most often do their work in workshops, producing the items such as windows and stairs whilst a carpenter works in your home fixing these items into your house.
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a carpenter uses nail,a joiner doesnt(glue or joints example dovetail joint)
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They are the same thing! They could do other positions and get paid another way. So basicly, they are the same thing.
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No great difference between them however, a Joiner tends to build more with wooden items that are made by Carpenters, who builds items out of wood.
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A biscuit joiner is a saw with a 4-inch blade. The joiner operator, after lining up two boards in the manner in which they are to be joined, makes penciled layout lines across the
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