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1. A stepped joint in a projecting masonry course or in a coping; used to prevent the penetration of water.
2. A vertical joint in sheet-metal roofing; formed by bending up the end of one sheet and folding it downward over the turned-up edge of the adjacent sheet.
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Unlike the hinge-type joints that dominate the hand, the trapeziometacarpal or basal joint of the thumb is a uniquely structured biconcave-convex saddle joint
In addition, the saddle joint
must be palpated and moved with care.
The 5-axis torch and simultaneously-controlled chuck allow the SG-U44 to fabricate angle cuts, weld-prep bevels, and advanced contours such as saddle joint
cuts in one operation.