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The Dowelling Joint








Dowelling is the term generally given to the method of jointing timber and other materials by wooden or metal pegs, which are called dowels. For cabinet-making and similar work straight-grained beechwood dowels are mostly used; these may be bought by the gross, in lengths of about 36 ins., and of any desired diameter.


Fig. 190.—Steel Dowel Plate. Fig. 190.—Steel Dowel Plate.






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