rabbet

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To cut a [[#Noun|rabbet]] in a piece of material
A longitudinal channel, groove, or recess cut out of the edge or face of a plank of wood or other material; especially, one intended to fit another member to form a joint
a rectangular groove made to hold two pieces together
A square groove cut along the edge of a plank
A two-sided L-shaped recess in sash or frame to receive lites or panels
To unite the edges of, as boards, etc
Or rebate; a groove incised along a timber to receive the edge of a plank or strake The most common rabbets are the keel rabbet which receives the garboard, and the rabbet of the stem and stern post which receives the strake ends
A "L" shaped groove cut into the side of a wood component
join with a rabbet joint
an L-shaped cutout along the edge or end of lumber
A rectangular shape consisting of two surfaces cut along the edge or end of a board
The section of the door frame recessed to receive the door
To cut a rabbet in a piece of material
in a rabbet joint
An L-shaped groove cut along or near the edge of a piece of wood
{f} join or attach boards together with rabbets; be joined or connected by rabbets
A cut or groove along or near the edge of a piece of wood that allows another piece to fit into it to form a joint
The recess or offset formed in the frame to receive door
1) Rectangular slot or groove in joinery 2) A recess in the meeting stiles of cabinet doors so that when one shuts against the other it forms a dustproof joint
A channel, groove, or recess cut into the edge or face of a surface, intended to receive another member
Same as Rabbet joint, below
The recess or offset formed in the door frame to receive the door
cut a rectangualr groove into
{i} groove or notch in a timber into which another timber is inserted (for joining timbers without using nails or screws)
  Rectangular cut of two surfaces
A rectangular longitudinal groove cut in the corner edge of a board or plank
A longitudinal channel, groove, or recess cut out of the edge or face of any body; especially, one intended to receive another member, so as to break or cover the joint, or more easily to hold the members in place; thus, the groove cut for a panel, for a pane of glass, or for a door, is a rabbet, or rebate
The ledge in a piece of frame molding where the glass, mats, and print or mirror sits It is usually a 1/4 inch wide
Any rectangular piece of lumber with a rectangular longitudinal ell cutout at one of its edges to make a rabbeted, lapped joint Also referred to as shiplap lumber
A cut partway through the edge of a board that is used as a part of a joint
Rectangular cut of two surfaces
A groove cut in a board to receive another board
A groove or cut made in a piece of timber in such a way that the edges of another piece could be fit into it to make a tight joint
a rectangular groove made to hold two pieces together cut a rectangualr groove into join with a rabbet joint
To cut a rabbet in; to furnish with a rabbet
rabbet joint
See definition at rabbet
rabbet plane
A rebate plane
rabbet planes
plural form of rabbet plane
rabbet joint
a joint formed by fitting together two rabbeted boards
rabbet

    Hyphenation

    rab·bet

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'ra-b&t ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English rabet, from Middle French rabat act of beating down, from Old French rabattre to beat down, reduce; more at REBATE.

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