matched joint

matched joint, match joint

The joint along the edge between two matchboards.
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This includes identification of the deepest internal and external anomaly on each matched joint. These aggregated depths are used in the wall loss rate and mills per year (MPY) calculation.
Prominent nail holes, clunky cuts, poorly matched joints and gaps at floors all look bad and distract from an otherwise finely crafted and finished project.