corner joint

corner joint

[′kȯr·nər ‚jȯint]
(engineering)
An L-shaped joint formed by two members positioned perpendicular to each other.
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* In an exterior joint and a corner joint the depth of the column should be provided to satisfy the anchorage requirements of the beam longitudinal bar.
A point on the knife pushes the tape into the corner joint.
Metal-framed windows with a butted corner joint bring private garden views into this serene space.
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Capillary action pulled the IPA into the corner joint of the two glass plates where it dried on top of the metal interconnects, leaving residues.
When you've got everything right, remove one nail from a single corner joint, drill a bolt hole right through and then install a carriage bolt.
Conduct this test before you nail any base permanently to the wall, because you'll just have to remove it if the corner joint is bad.
It was determined that the corner joint construction of four-sided cabinets was more sensitive to the panel type and screw diameter than screw length.