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Mortise

In printing, a hole cut into a block or plate so type can be inserted.
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The columns were connected with the beam using dovetailed mortise and tenon joints (Figure 2(d)), and the upper load was transferred to the platform base through the column bases.
Considering the shoulder of tenons in T-Shaped mortise and tenon joints tests, the greatest bending moment capacities were obtained with joints that had 15-mm-wide tenon shoulders in T-shaped joints.
WalzCraft says the doors use mitered stiles and rails to create the look of a traditional mortise and tenon cabinet door with an applied moulding.
Inclusion of knee braces (with end tenons) into frames constructed with round mortise and tenon joints can be difficult because the tenons on the ends of the knee braces along with the tenon on one of the members (usually a beam or post) must be inserted simultaneously into their associated mortises--a problem also encountered in conventional rectangular mortise and tenon joint construction (Chappell 1983).
Etymologically the strength of mortise and tenon construction lies in the tenon, a word that means, at root, to hold.
If I'm making mortise and tenon (open-in-a-hole) joints, I mark the angled fines on the sticks where rungs and legs meet--and also mark out mortise and tenon locations and angles on the sticks.
In some Asian countries such as China, South Korea, and Japan, mortise and tenon joints [1-5] are traditionally used in timber buildings from dwelling houses to palaces.
Because of the reduced section of the tenon machined on the end of a rail, however, this angle changes in round mortise and tenon joints.
"Its motto is, 'If it needs to be cut, drilled, glued or doweled, we have a machine to do it,' Its MMTJ miter, mortise and tenon machine was an IWF 2004 Challengers Award winner."
We've used traditional mortise and tenon construction (see Fig.
Typical Han-style timber structures with mortise and tenon joints connecting structural components can be defined as a kind of flexible structure.
The joints are professionally built mortise and tenon; the main frame corners are beveled and both wheels are made of wood.