Glue line

Glue line

The line of glue visible on the edge of a plywood panel; also applies to the layer of glue itself.

glue line

The line of adhesive between two surfaces that are glued, as between plies in plywood.
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This way there is no glue line and no liquid or moisture can penetrate the substrate.
We have broadened the Krazy(R) Glue line to help consumers pick the product that best meets their instant repair needs -- from the kitchen to the garage to the workshop," explained LeBlanc.
Gently place the mylar down on top of the glue line (the mylar is still taped down on the top).
The two adherents of each glue line were either both virgin wood plies, one virgin wood ply and one utility pole wood ply, or both utility pole wood plies.
glue line, the Dallas facility features a Morbidelli Author machining center, Gabbiani Galaxy rear load beam saw and Stefani straight line edgebander, all from SCM Group USA Inc.
Make a glue line for each row and lay the feathers down.
PHOTO : Fish Under the Sea, glue line print, high school student.
Industrial Glue Line Rip Saw Blades allow the user to produce high quality glue line rip cuts in hardwoods and softwoods, the company says.
Meanwhile, in another part of the plant, Frank, the supervisor of the panel department, notices an edge-glued panel has a fine crack in a glue Line.
This allows for the cleanest, most crisp glue line on the panel, because any scoring or chipping issues are gone and there is no time for the panel core to expand due to moisture in the air," he says.
The glue has a greater green strength, broader application window and a nearly invisible glue line.