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Below are some terms used in joinery.
Parts of joints
When material is removed to create a joint, the resulting surfaces have the following names:
- Cheek - the flat surface parallel to the face of the joint member which exposes long grain.
- Shoulder - the surface perpendicular to the face or edge of the joint member which exposes end grain.
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