butt joint

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Synonyms for butt joint

a joint made by fastening ends together without overlapping

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Due to efficient technology, utilization of dowel joints is the most often way used to assemble wood panels or wood-based panels.
You'll find dowels in everything from antique furniture to barn frames, but modern refinements make dowel joints stronger, more accurate, and quicker and easier to create.
Withdrawal and bending strength of dowel joints constructed of plywood and oriented strandboard.
For the three species studied, it can be generally said that loose tenon joint performance falls somewhere in between that of the traditional M&T joint and the dowel joint.
Dowel joints are one of the most common adhesive-based furniture assembly joints.
Bending strength and moment rotation characteristics of two-pin moment-resisting dowel joints.
A part of this study is based on single dowel joints with a 10-mm-thick central metal plate inserted Those glue laminated fir timber assemblies were loaded at 0, 45, and 90 degrees to the grain.
The lateral edge resistance of dowel joints has been studied in solid wood (Eckelman 1971); in particleboard and medium density fiberboard (Madriz 1997); and in plywood and OSB (Zhang et al.
Bending strength and moment-rotation characteristics of two-pin moment resisting dowel joints.
Comparison of performance among dowel joints, mortise and tenon joints, and finger joints as corner joints.
Screw spacing in this study was determined referencing failure modes resulting from a moment resistance study of single-dowel joints (Zhang and Eckelman 1993a), which showed the length of the fractured bell-shaped material plug of a single dowel joint would reach an average of 80 mm.
When you make dowel joints, it can be difficult to test the fit of the joint, because the dowels often fit so tight the joint is hard to disassemble.
Mortise and tenon joints were used in preference to the more usually seen dowel joints, and there was also a refreshing respect for the timber itself, which was often a prime focus within Betty''s designs.
Every leg-to-apron joint can be safely connected with mortise and tenon or dowel joints, but in many cases this is more difficult and time consuming than necessary.
Koch offers its Sprint Series high-performance drilling and dowel insertion machines for the manufacturing of dowel joints in the production of casegoods, drawers, cabinet and furniture frame parts, solid wood rails, stiles, jambs and posts.