joinery

Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

The craft of connecting members together through the use of various types of joints; differs from carpentry in that the latter involves framing and rough work. Joinery is used extensively in trim work (e.g., doors, panels, etc.) and in cabinet work. Also, through an extension in its meaning, joinery refers to the connecting and securing of the structural members in framing, especially timber framing. Photo from Michigan, 2007. (Phillips, 1994)

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