Joggle Joint

This joint is used almost exclusively for brace work where great weight must be supported. The brace has a tenon, and the end must also be so arranged that it will have a direct bearing against the upright, which it braces and supports, or it may have two faces, as in the second figure, which is an exceedingly strong construction.

Fig. 297. Heel Joints. Fig. 297. Heel Joints.

Fig. 298. Stub Tenon. Fig. 298. Stub Tenon.

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