angle fillet

angle fillet

[′aŋ·gəl ‚fil·ət]
(engineering)
A wooden strip, triangular in cross section, which is used to cover the internal joint between two surfaces meeting at an angle of less than 180°.

angle fillet

A wooden strip, triangular in cross section, which is used to cover the internal joint between two surfaces meeting at an angle of less than 180°.
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Other ancillary works will include perimeter details, angle fillet, turning up underlayer and cap sheet; working around existing windows, etc and all other works listed in the tender documents.
Other ancillary works will include upstands at abutments; minimum 150mm high; lead work, angle fillet, turning up underlayer and cap sheet; working around existing windows, raised kerb edge detail, a replacement roof light, new fascias, soffits, gutters, downpipes etc and all other works listed in the tender documents.
Walls Thirty three per cent of heat lost in the home is through the walls - cavity wall insulation is a good option Check the pointing - frost can play havoc with poorly maintained walls Make sure water can run off the property: fill gaps to cement angle fillets at wall junctions .
They are a new type of bracket for attaching wood to steel and a plastic injection moulding system that creates angle fillets for exterior support columns, both of which have been invented by construction industry professionals.