|Glossary Intro and Glossary Annexes|
A wood Panel in which the grain runs horizontally rather than vertically.
Source: Home Craftsman 4 March-April 1935, page 172
A method of attaching two workpieces, where half the thickness is removed from both pieces, creating a -- a Rabbet -- to form a Joint, with the same thickness as the original.
[under construction 3-31-09]
Having length only, pertaining to a line one foot long, as distinguished from a square foot or cubic foot or Board Foot. See also Measurement.
This example of a Link Belt, [image needed] comes from the Woodcraft website
See Right-Tilting Blade.
[good account and diagrams in blackburn 1997]
Profile common in Shaper Cutters and Router Bits.