Dowel joint

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a joint secured by a dowel or dowels.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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His attention to each dovetail and dowel joint, to each inlay and brass hinge, was described by Barbara Haskell in the catalogue accompanying his 1978 retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, as a attempt to stave off the unpredictablities of his time at war, to "guard against" the impinging of the real world upon the contained world of his objects.
The failure mode analysis found that the weakest part of a dowel joint is the face member.
Each lock dowel joint consists of a dowel and a latch housing, product manager Fred Koelling explained.
To make a dowel joint, drill holes in mating surfaces of wood.
The estimated torsional capacities of a dowel joint constructed of OSB, SPLY, and HPLY with 4-inch wide rail in the flat position, Table 4, are 1,035, 1,436, and 1,480 inch-pounds, respectively (Erdil 1998, Eckelman and Erdil 2000, Zhang et al.
The SKB 50-2 can drill holes for every type of dowel joint and European hardware and it comes standard with a large precision scale for angle boring and a 3-hp motor for heavy millwork boring.
In the present study, a comparison of loose tenon, mortise and tenon, and dowel joint strength is made.
The "Anker and Leimperle dowel joint system," or glue bullet system, consists of a specially machined spiral-grooved wood dowel and a capsule containing adhesive.
The load at which a test displacement curve deviated from its corresponding fitted straight line by 5 percent was then regarded as the "yield" load for the dowel joint set.
Note that while midspan failure was high (30%) for the dowel joint, the overall lateral edge load capacity for shelves with dowels was low (354 lb or 1575.3 N).
Numerous tests conducted in Europe, North America, and Australia showed that the method was an accurate predicator of yield load for a single dowel joint when loading parallel to the grain (Hucault 1997).
The yellow-poplar dowel joint study also reported that the specimens failed due to splitting of the edge member.