lath frame

lath frame

[′lath ‚frām]
(mining engineering)
A weak construction of laths, surrounding a main crib, the space between being for the insertion of piles. Also known as lath crib; lath door-set.
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Others build a lath frame with tacks or nails set at 6" (15 cm) intervals along top and bottom.
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