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nailhead

[′nāl‚hed]
(design engineering)
Flat protuberance at the end of a nail opposite the point.

nailhead

decorative nailhead on a wooden quatrefoil
1. An ornament, often highly decorated, resembling the head of a nail.
2. The enlarged top of a nail.
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plywood with a "C" grade veneer on the front, "D" grade veneer on the back, and rated for limited exposure) with thermoplastic E-glass composite layers bonded to both faces to prevent nailhead pull-through.
Depending upon stripping squeegee setting, a slight dip (plugging paste sink-in) or a nailhead can be realized.
Featuring a framed end back, nailhead details, turnings on the arms and front feet in a gun stock rustic oak finish, and padded arms for comfort, the Polebridge chair can be special ordered in a variety of custom upholstery fabrics, too.
First, compaction of the plywood by the nailhead increases the panel density (in the vicinity of the nailhead) and renders the panel material more resistant to lateral deformation.
Designer Jane Shelton grouped this collection of Italian intaglios, paintings, antique prints, and objects of art a bove a fabric-covered headboard with nailhead details in this eclectic bedroom setting for Madalyn and Steve Hindman's master bedroom
CARTER CHAISE: A modern take on the traditional English wing chair, the Carter Chaise boasts a high back with wings, curved arms, turned legs, nailhead trim and plenty of room to curl up and take a nap.
When the joist is exposed to moisture, the joist expands in depth, drawing the nailhead downward against the deckboard and slightly drawing the nail back out of the joist.
The new furniture includes a well-worn leather sofa with nailhead detail, a dark walnut armoire and a china cabinet with Restoration glass.
The varnish will show every little ding and nailhead," Cross said, and the Racine had lots of them because "I had to completely re-tack the boat.
There is also an option to shop by collection, with the Crystal and Nailhead collections featured prominently.