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Saddle Joint








This is still another manner in which a quickly detachable joint can be constructed. The saddle may be mounted on the main base, or cut into the base piece. An infinite variety of forms of saddles are made, most of them being used in dock work, and for framing of that character where large timbers are used, as in the building of coal chutes, and the like.
















Fig. 295.
Fig. 295. Joggle Joints.
Fig. 296.
Fig. 296. Framing Joints.







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