- A body that is held to another body by an adhesive.
- A body which is held to another by an adhesive. adhesion 1. the joining of two surfaces as pieces of wood, metal, plastic, or oth...
The location at which two adherends are held together with a layer of adhesive.
|advanced (typical) decay|
The older stage of decay in which the destruction is readily recognized because the wood has become punky, soft and spongy, stringy, ringshaked, pitted, or crumbly
Dried by exposure to air in a yard or shed, without artificial heat.
The value of a property normally published for design use
|american lumber standard|
The american softwood lumber standard, voluntary product standard ps–20 (national
A spring bolt, for a night latch particularly, which cannot be pushed back when it has shot out and fastened a door, although it can be withdrawn by knob or key. this security device is usually ac...
An overlapping metal plate fitted to outward opening doors so as to prevent access to lock bolts.
A special finish to give the appearance of age to furniture. this is mostly done
A tall storage unit that may have drawers and/or a clothing rod inside. used to store
|arts and crafts design|
Simple and basic design, construction often able to be seen.
An adhesive that can be used for bonding parts together, such as in the manufacture of a boat, airplane, furniture, and the like.
Joints between variously shaped parts or subassemblies such as in wood furniture (as opposed to joints in plywood and laminates that are all quite similar).
A deadlatch, the main bolt of which is automatically locked (or deadlocked) when the door is closed.
подложка мишени; тыльника;
- The plate, fixed on a door, to which the moving parts of a lock or latch are attached.
- A plate, usually metal or wood, which serves as a backing for a structural member.
- A construction such that the forces induced by uniformly distributed changes in moisture content
- A plywood or sandwich- panel construction which has an odd number of plies laminated...
An opening between annual growth rings that contains bark
The common kind of door bolt having a round shoot running in a long continuous guide or strap attached by the backplate, the shoot being provided with a knob or the equivalent for operation by han...
Lumber (primarily hardwoods) in which the annual rings make angles of 30° to 60° with the surface of the piece.
Split leather with a layer of polyurethane.
Small localized areas in wood with the fibers indented
A steel bar fitted to the inside face of a door frame on the hinge side. blank (key) or key blank a partly made key, which has been shaped to enter the keyhole of a certain type of lock or latch, ...
- A bluish or grayish discoloration of the sapwood caused by the growth of certain dark‑colored fungi on the surface and in the interior of the wood; made possible by the same conditio...
Rupture of adhesive bond.
The unit load applied in tension, compression,
Term indicating ease or difficulty in bonding a material with adhesive.
Leather combined with materials such as polyurethane to make it more durable
The layer of adhesive that attaches two adherends.
Movement within and parallel to the bondline
An animal belonging to the cattle or ox family. box-edged: square seat front with welting or sewn seam on top and bottom. box pleat: in upholstery, a fold of fabric to the left, followed by a fold...
The term used when the pith falls entirely within the four faces of a piece of wood anywhere in its length
A condition that causes some pieces of wood to be relatively low in shock resistance for the species and, when broken in bending, to fail abruptly without splintering at comparatively small deflec...
- The limiting radius of curvature to which wood or plywood can be bent without breaking.
- The minimum radius of curvature that a piece of wood (or plywood) can be bent without breakin...
An important characteristic of full grain leather. due to its intact grain and pore structure, full grain leather breathes. this means that the leather adjusts to temperature and wicks away moistu...
- In wood, any decay in which the attack concentrates
- A fungus that destroys wood cellulose, leaving a brown powdery residue behind.
mancha de color marrón .;
- A rich brown to deep chocolate‑brown discoloration of the sapwood of some pines caused by a fungus that acts much like the blue‑stain fungi.
- A chocolate produced...
The process of applying dyestuff to the leather by means of a brush. in this cosmetic process dyes are not saturated into the hide. butt joint: type of joint where wood ends meet perpendicularly a...
Leather from which the grain is removed by an abrasive or bladed cylinder. this process is used in altered or corrected grain leather.
Two beds stacked on top of each other to allow more than one person to share a
Steel bars, usually round or square in profile, cut to length and fixed internally to window frames.
Veneers with a decorative irregular mottled pattern. made from the natural knots
- A generic term to include all locks of any type for use on pieces of furniture, such as cupboards, drawers, chests, boxes and the like.
- A spring bolt.
|camel back chair|
A chair that arches in the middle.
A bed with tall posts on each corner and a panel connecting the posts. decorative
Table used to play poker or other card games. some have multi functionality and
A condition of stress and set in dry lumber characterized by compressive stress in the outer layers and tensile stress in the center or core.