A form of joggle in which a protrusion on one member complements a slot or routed groove in another; a joint formed between sheet-metal parts by joining their preformed edges to provide a continuous locked piece. See also: Joint
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1. A form of joggle in which a rib or other protrusion on one stone complements a routed groove or slot on another; prevents relative displacement.
2. A joint formed between sheet-metal parts by engaging their edges which have been preformed to provide a continuous locked splice.
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