Glue line

Glue line

The line of glue visible on the edge of a plywood panel; also applies to the layer of glue itself.

glue line

The line of adhesive between two surfaces that are glued, as between plies in plywood.
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In Japan and India, insect-resistant plywood is commercially produced incorporating chlorpyrifos in the glue line (Laks 1999).
Matching raw edges, place one flange strip on top of the glue line and press gently in place (photo 3).
As a rule of thumb, 35-50 pounds of adhesive per 1,000 square feet--or 170-250 grams per square meter--of glue line gets the job done.
It's pretty heavy work because you have to roll this glue line to the door; says Stefan Bartscher, head of innovation at BMW.
Decorative shrink sleeves offer a sophisticated packaging solution; applied to a container with the addition of heat there is no glue line and the 360 degree printing area allows for maximum shelf appeal.
Because there is no glue line, dirt, bacteria and moisture cannot penetrate the panel.
This forward-thinking nimble brand has produced the category's most recognized and acclaimed glue line and is the No.
The image of each single copy is then analysed by the computer to check the quality of the glue line.
The technology also utilizes an inorganic bond, free from glue line failure and outgassings.
The attack left Parker temporarily blinded after doctors at Dhekelia medical centre were forced to slice along the glue line with a razor-blade, removing his eyelashes.
The submitter adds the float seam failed at the glue line.
The adhesive used was an epoxy resin activated by DETA suitably diluted with MEK in order to minimize the thickness of the glue line.