V-groove

Definition

Construction

  • Any of several longitudinal cuts made on the faces of pieces of lumber or plywood. Edges are sometimes chamfered to create a "V" where pieces are placed edge to edge. A "V" may also be machined the length of the piece to provide decoration. A "V" pattern also may be used to form tongue and groove connections on hardwood or plywood.
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