edge joint


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edge joint

[′ej ‚jȯint]
(metallurgy)
A joint between the edges of welded members which are essentially parallel to each other.

edge joint

edge joint, 2 (welded)
1. A joint formed between two veneers or laminations, in the direction of the grain.
2. A joint formed between two boards or plates which are side-by-side.
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