Rough hardware

rough hardware

[′rəf ′härd‚wer]
(engineering)
Utility items such as nails, sash balances, and studs, without attractive finished appearance.
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Rough hardware

All the concealed hardware in a building such as bolts, nails, and spikes which were used in the construction, and may not be visible in the completed work.
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rough hardware

In building construction, hardware meant to be concealed, such as bolts, nails, screws, spikes, and other metal fittings.
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