abutting joint

abutting joint

[ə′bət·iŋ ‚jȯint]
(design engineering)
A joint which connects two pieces of wood in such a way that the direction of the grain in one piece is angled (usually at 90°) with respect to the grain in the other.

abutting joint

A joint between two pieces of wood, in which the direction of the grain in one piece is at an angle (usually 90°) to the grain in the other.