Wood joint

Wood joint

A joint formed by two boards, timbers, or sheets of wood that are held together by nails, fasteners, pegs, or glue.

wood joint

A joint formed by two boards, timbers, or sheets of wood that are held together by nails, fasteners, pegs, or the like. For specific types of wood joints, see broken joint, butt joint, cogged joint, dado joint, dovetail joint, extruded joint, finger joint, half-dovetail, half-lap joint, hewn-and-peg joint, housed joint, mortise-and-tenon joint,rabbet joint, scarf joint, shiplap joint, spalled joint, spline joint, straight joint, tongue-and-groove joint.
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They were accused of giving undue advantage to Nikka Trading when they purchased 9,090 pieces Larch wood bridge ties, 428 pieces Larch wood joint ties, and 25 sets Larch wood switch ties, amounting to P37,747,832.
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Fear has kept me from learning how to create what may be the sturdiest wood joint in the world.
The process is begun by carefully measuring the upper tang of the receiver and transferring these dimensions to the rough pattern using the aforementioned center line of the wood joint as a reference.
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The joint venture consists of the Maintenance and Power Solutions businesses of Wood Group GTS (excluding its Rolls Wood Group, TransCanada Turbines and Sulzer Wood joint ventures), and Siemens TurboCare business unit which provides aftermarket gas turbine, steam turbine and generator design, repair and manufacturing services.
Wood Group and Siemens AG ( Siemens ) have entered into an agreement to form a joint venture ( JV ) consisting of the Maintenance and Power Solutions businesses of Wood Group GTS ( GTS ) (excluding its Rolls Wood Group, TransCanada Turbines and Sulzer Wood joint ventures)1, and Siemens TurboCare business unit ( TurboCare ) which provides aftermarket gas turbine, steam turbine and generator design, repair and manufacturing services
A piece of wax paper between a clamp foot and a glued wood joint will keep them from sticking together.
The building codes contain nailing "schedules" that generally specify nail types and their exact numbers and spacing for almost every wood joint in your house.
Andreason and Tissell (1994) studied the effects of overdriven nails using both wood joint specimens and shear wall specimens.