Lap Joint Uses?

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A lap joint also known as a half lap joint is one of the many joints that are used extensively in cabinetry for framing and construction to join two pieces of wood together.
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A lap joint is used for joining two pieces of wood together by overlying them. This lap may be a half lap or full lap and the term can be used in both woodworking and metal fitting especially in construction.
A lap joint is one of the joints used to join two pieces of wood together. There are two categories of lap joints the full and the half and both of these are used in a slightly different way.
A lap joint is a joint used to join two pieces of wood together by overlapping the wood and clasping them together. There are two kinds of lap joints, the half and the full joints. They are mostly used in cabinetry and framing.
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