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What is a Cheek Cut in Carpentry Terms?

It is a cut of wood or steel that does not meet at full right angles with the framing that supports it. It is used to allow diagonally positioned beams and rafters to be seated properly and supported stably for the purpose of holding something up at an angle.

by Margaret Walker on Mon, 12/14/2009 - 07:49

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