butt joint

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  • Info A butt joint is a joinery technique in which two members are joined by simply butting them together. more...
  • This is the most common form of the butt joint in building construction.
  • This form of butt joint is rarely used in furniture making.
  • The screwed butt joint uses one or more screws inserted after the joint has been brought together.
  • A single welded butt joint is the name for a joint that has only been welded from one side.
  • This produces a joint which is much stronger than a butt joint without reinforcement.
  • A double welded butt joint is created when the weld has been welded from both sides.
  • The butt joint is a very simple joint to construct.
  • Reinforced butt joints may require additional steps which are detailed below.
  • It is used with lower current levels for welding lap or butt joints.
  • Butt joints may be cramped up, if desired, and it is customary to warm them as previously stated. Cited from Woodwork Joints, by William Fairham
  • He devised a new chair and used half-lap joints between the rails instead of butt-joints.
  • The pieces of wood which form a butt joint may be glued together with or without the aid of cramps or artificial pressure. Cited from Woodwork Joints, by William Fairham
  • It is an alternative to other joints such as the butt joint and the scarf joint.
  • The most common joints used are the butt joint or mortise and tenon.
  • When working with wood, this gives better long grain to long grain gluing surface, which yields a stronger joint than would be achieved with a simple butt joint.
  • In a doweled butt-joint the dowels may go clear thru the outside member, and be finished as buttons on the outside, where they show. Cited from Handwork in Wood, by William Noyes
  • The biscuit reinforced butt joint is a fairly recent innovation in butt joint construction.
  • The butt joint can often be joined temporarily and sometimes more accurately with simply glue, allowing faster set up than the usual tedious alignment procedures mentioned above.
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