corner joint

corner joint

[′kȯr·nər ‚jȯint]
(engineering)
An L-shaped joint formed by two members positioned perpendicular to each other.
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It was determined that the corner joint construction of four-sided cabinets was more sensitive to the panel type and screw diameter than screw length.
In an exterior joint and a corner joint the depth of the column should be provided to satisfy the anchorage requirements of the beam longitudinal bar.
The HD5687 Skilsaw features a 51-degree bevel capacity to allow for a wider range of cutting angles, ideal for making an angled rough cut while framing a roof or creating a clean corner joint on a baseboard.
Metal-framed windows with a butted corner joint bring private garden views into this serene space.
Each panel is 2420x1200mm so you should need only a couple of pieces to make a small shower unit with only a corner joint to seal and no grouting.
Capillary action pulled the IPA into the corner joint of the two glass plates where it dried on top of the metal interconnects, leaving residues.
The school districts in Indiana identified by Standard & Poor's are: Brownsburg Community School Corporation, Clay Community Schools, Concord Community Schools, Crown Point Community School Corporation, Culver Community Schools Corporation, Edinburgh Community School Corporation, Greater Jasper Con Schools, Griffith Public Schools, Hamilton Southeastern Schools, MSD Pike Township, MSD Washington Township, Mitchell Community Schools, Northern Wells Community Schools, Paoli Community School Corporation, Plainfield Community School Corporation, Plymouth Community School Corporation, South Dearborn Community School Corporation, Springs Valley Community School Corporation and Union County/Clg Corner Joint School District.
Test results also showed that a screwed corner joint became stronger as either screw diameter or screw length or number of screws was increased.
Results of the tests also indicated that a screw corner joint becomes stronger as either screw diameter or screw length is increased.
B/E's display showcases the skill of its craftsmen in maintaining the straight lines of the carbon fiber weave, even when applied on curved and corner joint surfaces where it could easily become misaligned.
A range of short, low-cost, mostly screw fasteners is tested for edge SWR, corner joint bending moment, and lateral edge load capacity of butt-jointed shelf units in which the screw embedment depth into the edge of particleboard components is limited to 1 inch in all cases.