casing nail

casing nail

[′kā‚siŋ ‚nāl]
(design engineering)
A nail about half a gage thinner than a common wire nail of the same length.

casing nail

casing nail
A slender nail with a small, slightly flared head used for finishing work.
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Both are used in similar applications, but casing nails are heavier than finishing nails.
- casing nails - similar to finishing nails, but heavier.
Nail the sill pieces below the windows with 16d galvanized casing nails.
with 10d galvanized casing nails. Use 6d casing nails for the stop molding, nailing it at the premarked points on the trim.
10 galvanized casing nails Tube of construction adhesive 1 Cutting List SIZE & DESCRIPTION PCS.
Then cut and bevel the post caps and fasten them with two 16d galvanized casing nails driven at opposite corners.
Drive a pair of 8d galvanized casing nails from opposite sides at each corner to pin the miters together.
Nail the boards to the seat and backrest boards with 6d galvanized casing nails, keeping the nails 1 in.