blind joint

blind joint

[¦blīnd ′joint]
(engineering)
A joint which is not visible from any angle.
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blind joint

A joint that is invisible. See also: Joint
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blind joint

1. A type of masonry joint in double Flemish bond; a thin line joint between two stretchers (this line bisects a header in the course directly below).
2. A joint, no part of which is visible.
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