mitred joint

mitred joint
клеевое соединение на ус (торцовое клеевое соединение плоскими поверхностями склеивания с одинаковым уклоном к продольной оси заготовок)

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  • Mitred — Miter Mi ter, Mitre Mi tre, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Mitered}or {Mitred}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Mitering}or {Mitring}.] 1. To place a miter upon; to adorn with a miter. [WordNet sense 2] Mitered locks. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. To match together, as two… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mitred — maɪtÉ™(r)d adj. connected with a mitre seam or joint mi·tre || maɪtÉ™(r) n. miter, official headdress of the bishop in the Western Church; office of bishop in the Western Church; headdress of the ancient Jewish High Priest; 90 degree angle… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Lap joint — In woodworking or metal fitting, a lap joint is a technique for joining two pieces of material by overlapping them. A lap may be a full lap or half lap. In a full lap, no material is removed from either of the members to be joined, resulting in a …   Wikipedia

  • Dovetail joint — For other uses, see Dovetail (disambiguation). Dovetailed woodworking joints on a Romanian church …   Wikipedia

  • Notching — For Nocking, the fitting of an arrow to a bowstring, see Archery. Notching is a metal cutting process used on sheetmetal or thin barstock, sometimes on angle sections or tube. A shearing or punching process is used in a press, so as to cut… …   Wikipedia

  • cope — 1. verb /kəʊp/ a) To deal effectively with something difficult. I thought I would never be able to cope with life after the amputation, but I have learned how to be happy again. b) To cut and form a mitred joint in wood or metal. I wanted to… …   Wiktionary

  • Frame and panel — construction (also called rail and stile ) is a woodworking technique often used in the making of doors, wainscoting, and other decorative features for cabinets, furniture, and homes. The basic idea is to capture a floating panel within a sturdy… …   Wikipedia

  • Coping (joinery) — A coped joint A scribed joint (right end of sketch) is derived from an internal mitre cut …   Wikipedia

  • miter — I. noun or mitre Etymology: Middle English mitre, from Anglo French, from Latin mitra headband, turban, from Greek Date: 14th century 1. a liturgical headdress worn by bishops and abbots 2. [perhaps from miter headdress] a. a surface forming the… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • mitre — /ˈmaɪtə / (say muytuh) noun 1. Ecclesiastical the ceremonial headdress of bishops and some other clergy. In the Western churches it takes the form of a tall cap with two distinctively shaped and separated sharp peaks and has two short ribbons… …  

  • mitre — (US miter) noun 1》 a tall cleft headdress that tapers to a point at front and back, worn by bishops and senior abbots. 2》 (also mitre joint) a joint made between two pieces of wood or other material at an angle of 90°, such that the line of… …   English new terms dictionary

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