end butt joint

end joint

end joint, 1 with fishplates
1.A joint formed when boards are joined end to end, as a butt joint.
2. A joint, perpendicular to the grain, formed between two veneers.
3. A joint formed by the butt ends of two bricks which are connected with mortar.
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In the face to edge and end to end butt joints, failure occurred by small particles being pulled loose from the face of the board.
A 1/4-by 1-inch piece of lath masks the center seam, and vertical 1-by-4s mask the end butt joints. Capping the beds' sides are 2-by-4s with mitered corners.