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nailhead

[′nāl‚hed]
(design engineering)
Flat protuberance at the end of a nail opposite the point.

nailhead

decorative nailhead on a wooden quatrefoil
1. An ornament, often highly decorated, resembling the head of a nail.
2. The enlarged top of a nail.
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plywood with a "C" grade veneer on the front, "D" grade veneer on the back, and rated for limited exposure) with thermoplastic E-glass composite layers bonded to both faces to prevent nailhead pull-through.
Depending upon stripping squeegee setting, a slight dip (plugging paste sink-in) or a nailhead can be realized.
Featuring a framed end back, nailhead details, turnings on the arms and front feet in a gun stock rustic oak finish, and padded arms for comfort, the Polebridge chair can be special ordered in a variety of custom upholstery fabrics, too.
The nailhead is flush with the outer surface of the sheathing panel in a properly driven (flush-driven) joint.
gap between the nailhead and the vinyl to allow easy movement.
He seemed to make out, shifting his head to gain a clearer spot of vision, that there was no screw; in the hole where one should have been was something like a nailhead, which would have to be pulled with a needle-nosed pliers.
The Nailhead vase is quite funky and has a very textured surface.
Thick glass sits on top and around the table are walnut swivel chairs with red leather seats and nailhead trim.
Featuring comfortable yet supportive pillowtop cushions, durable and handsome leather, intricate nailhead trim accents, and bun feet in a classic gun stock rustic oak finish, the Great Falls seating group exemplifies the collection's rugged and understated beauty.
The Meomi small wine cabinet is covered in premium, top-grain leather with nailhead details and sits on casters for easy mobility.
Several of the students assembled the healthy snacks at the Koestlers' distressed plank breakfast table surrounded by distressed wood chairs with nailhead trim.
CARTER CHAISE: A modern take on the traditional English wing chair, the Carter Chaise boasts a high back with wings, curved arms, turned legs, nailhead trim and plenty of room to curl up and take a nap.