Traducción de tenon en Español:


espaldón, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtɛnən//ˈtɛnən/


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    espaldón masculino
    • This shows a simple French mortise and tenon joint with a pin inserted for strength.
    • Usually, joiners cut, carved, and painted all the stiles, rails and panels before putting them together with mortise and tenon joints.
    • Instead of being a single piece of wood, this was in three separate joints linked with tenons and sockets.
    • When I got the paint off, I discovered dovetail and tenon construction from top to bottom.
    • Rafter pairs are joined directly to each joist by means of mortise and tenon joints.
    • The frame is completely made of wooden parts solidly linked by many mortises and tenons held together by a sophisticated system of brackets.
    • The partitions at each side of the long drawers are made with five tenons that pierce the top of the case.
    • Tenons have room to expand and contract within the mortise, avoiding splitting.
    • A regular tenon provides all the strength the frame will need to stand up to time.
    • Both the English and Dutch used heavy timbers to construct mortise and tenon frames.
    • We found the remains of five troughs made of wooden planks, connected by mortice and tenon joints.
    • Some cabinet doors are held tightly together with long tenons, while others have short tenons that have loosened over time.
    • The table makes use of the Japanese mortice and tenon joint, which is an elaborate and exacting piece of carpentry.
    • Each piece of furniture is built as if it were full size, with proper mortise and tenon joints rather than glue.
    • They employ hand-chiseled mortises and tenons.
    • These rails are held together by mortise and tenon joints.
    • The crew had difficulty in aligning the tenons on the top of the tower with the mortices on the bottom.
    • One piece of wood has tenons that fit into matching sockets drilled into another piece of wood.
    • The side boards of the base end in two long tenons that are pinned into the molded feet.
    • My joiners grumble when they are asked to make a projecting top with the mortice and tenon construction.