A butt joint where the pieces are not at right angles, owing to the slant.
A similar means is also sometimes employed to make a butt joint.
A butt joint in which the two pieces are fastened together, end to end, by means of glue and dowels.
Wherever a butt joint occurs, join the two pieces by means of small strips of tin cut to size with a pair of tinsmith snips.
This siding is sawed off square, and makes a butt joint with the outer casing of door and window frames.
The butt joint shown at D is seldom used and is a very poor form, the only advantage being its cheapness.
The two or more pieces of timber in a butt joint adhere by crystallisation of the glue and atmospheric pressure.
A butt joint fastened by nails, brads, or screws, common in box construction.
A joint having but one row of rivets in a lap joint and one row of rivets on each side of the plate joint in a butt joint.
The pieces of wood which form a butt joint may be glued together with or without the aid of cramps or artificial pressure.