angle joint

angle joint

[′aŋ·gəl ‚jȯint]
(engineering)
A joint between two pieces of lumber which results in a change in direction.

angle joint

Any joint formed by uniting two members at a corner which results in a change of direction. See also: Joint

angle joint

A joint between two pieces of lumber which results in a change in direction, such as a dovetail joint or a mortise-and-tenon joint.
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The extension between the utensil and the handle provides added length and features an angle joint which bends to fit right- or left-handed users.
Tenders are invited for providing strip seal expansions joints in place of damaged angle joints for bridge over battapur-valgatoor road in km 0/6-8 in nizamabad district.
The plastic fittings weren't going together as they should, and they were putting the pieces on the counter to get the elbow and angle joints to fit property.
It concentrates on higher-value fittings - anything from right angle joints to electrofusion jointing and valves.
Tenders are invited for providing strip seal expansions joints in place of damaged angle joints for bridge over peddavagu in km 7/8 to 8/2 on armoor-bheemgal road in nizamabad district.
College Bridge: New edge angle joints, painting of railings, new paving