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Cogged Joints








This differs from the regular tenoning and mortising methods, principally because the groove or recess is in the form of an open gain. It is used where the member is to be inserted after the main structure is put together.
















Fig. 301.
Fig. 301. Cogged Joints.
Fig. 302.
Fig. 302. Anchor Joint.







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