The side of a window or door opening.
A comprehensive guide to the most common timber terms from A to Z.
A device used to set a dimension, angle or shape for fabrication
Finished timber fixtures of buildings such as doors, windows, paneling, cupboards, etc.
A prepared connection for joining pieces of wood or veneer.
Species of timber are classified into joint groups according to their mechanical properties. There are six joint groups for unseasoned timber (J1, the strongest to J6, the weakest) and six joint groups for seasoned timber (JD1 to JD6).
One of a series of timber beams used to support the floor boards or ceiling of a building.