Nailer


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nailer

[′nāl·ər]
(engineering)
A wood strip or block which serves as a backing into which nails can be driven.

Nailer

A block of wood installed within construction to provide a means of attaching other pieces of wood or materials.

nailing strip

A wood strip, attached to a surface; used as a base for nailing or fastening another material.
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