dowel pin


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dowel pin

[′dau̇l ‚pin]
(>design engineering)

dowel pin

1. A dowel.
2. A metal pin having a sharpened or deformed end used to fasten mortise-and-tenon joints.
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In general, each specimen consisted of a plywood test piece (test block) from which the dowel was withdrawn, a plywood load block whose purpose was to provide a structure to which the other end of the dowel could be attached, a dowel pin, and a piece of wax paper whose purpose was to prevent the end of the load block from adhering to the test block.
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Likewise, the lateral edge holding strength of a dowel pin in OSB and southern pine plywood varied from about 300 to 500 pounds/dowel, whereas values for Douglas-fir plywood and hardwood plywood ranged from 500 to 700 pounds/dowel.
The stress is perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the dowel pin.
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