crosslap joint

crosslap joint

[′krȯs‚lap ‚jȯint]
(building construction)
A joint in which two wood members cross each other; half the thickness of each is removed so that at the joint the thickness is the same as that of the individual members.

crosslap joint

crosslap joint
A joint connecting two wood members which cross each other; half the thickness of each is cut away so that the thickness at the joint is the same as that of each member.
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Should the adhesive bonds in the remaining T-shaped joints fail, they would behave as mechanical mortise and tenon joints rather than adhesive-based crosslap joints.