The surface forming the beveled end or edge of a piece where a miter joint is made; also, a joint formed or a junction effected by two beveled ends or edges; a miter joint.
To match together, as two pieces of molding or brass rule on a line bisecting the angle of junction; to fit together in a miter joint.
To bevel the ends or edges of, for the purpose of matching together at an angle.
To meet and match together, as two pieces of molding, on a line bisecting the angle of junction.
To cut an angle other than 90 degrees. Most often use to describe a type of saw used to cut various angles a Miter Saw.
It is the junction of two units at an angle of which the junction lines generally bisect on a 450 angle.
A joint formed by beveling the edges or ends of two pieces at 45-degree angles, then fitting them together to make a 90-degree angle.
(1) A kind of joint formed by fitting together two pieces, beveled to a specific angle (normally 45 degrees) to form a corner, usually at a right angle. (2) Bend in a pipe created by cutting it at an angle and welding it together.
A joint where the meeting angle of two pieces of stock is divided. For example, the 90° corner of a picture frame is usually created by cutting two mating 450 miters. This same 900 corner angle could also be divided and produced with a 60° cut and a 30° cut.
To join two edges at an angle (usually a 45 degree angle) creating a diagonal seam frequently located at a corner.
To trim the ends of wood, plaster ,or fabric to form a 45-degree angle so that when two ends are joined together they form a perfect right angle.
The diagonal seam joining two pieces at a corner.
A diagonal fold made at the corner in an edge finish
To cut at a bevel of forty-five degrees. A bevel of forty-five degrees.
The length a sharp join can reach before being truncated.
To cut on an angle so that two edges joins without a space.
beveled edge of a piece used to fit another to form a blocking structure, such as a water lock
The junction of two units at an angle, in which the junction line usually bisects at 45-degrees.
joint that forms a corner; usually both sides are bevelled at a 45-degree angle to form a 90-degree corner
the surface of a beveled end of a piece where a miter joint is made; "he covered the miter with glue before making the joint"
bevel the edges of, to make a miter joint
a pair of angled cuts made on two pieces of wood that are to be joined
An angled cut made across the face of a board from edge to edge.
An angled cut, usually 45°. Unlike a compound miter cut, the saw blade remains straight at 0°.
A joint made when two beveled surfaces form a specific angle. For example, two pieces of wood each beveled at 22 1/2° will form a 45° angle when joined together.
The manner in which two boards that meet at right angles are cut so that ends do not show. Miters are usually 45-degree cuts.
A joint made by cutting two pieces of material at an angle (usually 90 degrees) and fitting them together. Also spelled Mitre.
Two angles cut and joined forming a continuous profile. (Sometimes spelled mitre)
Seaming two edges of material diagonally at a corner or cutting two lengths of wallpaper/border at a 45° angle to form a right angle when they are joined.
A joint made by fitting together two angled pieces to form a right angle.
A joint formed by two pieces of wood being cut at an angle.
The process of cutting material for an equal angle joint.
To cut frame molding on an angle for joining to other mitered pieces.
A joint in which the ends of two pieces of wood are cut at equal angles (typically 45 degrees) to form a corner.
To angle-cut the ends or edges of a piece.
The splicing of two cast stone profiles at an angle (see quirk miter).
The joint made by two diagonally cut pieces put together.
The junction of two pieces of carpet, wood, or other material at an angle; usually 45 degrees to form a right angle, but may be any combination of angles. Mixed media -- a wood floor that is predominantly wood but incorporates other material such as slate, stone, ceramic, marble, or metal.
A cut or joint made at an acute angle, like those on picture frames, where pieces of trim meet at corners.
To make a diagonal cut, beveled to a specific angle (usually 45Â°). Sometimes miter cuts are made into an overlapping siding or soffit panel surface, to provide a neater appearance.
the joint produced by joining two diagonally cut pieces.
To join two pieces of fabric so that the ends meet at a right angle with a diagonal seam.
An angled cut across the end of a lineal part, usually done to join with a similarly-cut part at a corner.
A 45 degree angle joint used to conceal end grain; most often used in frames and tabletops.
The joints of a picture frame are miter cut at 45 degree angle.
Joint in the molding where it changes direction, usually at 90 degrees.