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A-Z GLOSSARY OF TERMS

A complete glossary of terms used in woodworking and routing.

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Man-made Material
Man-made Material
Reconstituted materials such as MDF, chipboard, blockboard and plywood.
 
MDF
MDF
Medium Density Fibreboard. A versatile man-made board used widely in the woodworking industry. It is smoother than hardboard and denser than chipboard. It has excellent machining characteristics when cut with a router. MDF boards may be veneered or laminated.
 
Mitre
Mitre
The joining together of two pieces of wood usually but not necessarily 45 degree . A picture frame is a typical example.
 
Mortise
Mortise
A rectangular hole or slot cut into wood that will receive another member (called a tenon) to make a right-angle joint, or to receive ironmongery such as a lock. Tenon length equals mortise depth, tenon width equals mortise length and tenon thickness equals mortise width.
 
Moulding
Moulding
A wood surface profile, or a narrow strip that is principally used for decoration. A wide range of moulding cutters are available.
 
Multi-boring Machine
Multi-boring Machine
A drilling machine capable of boring many holes in one operation in a piece of timber.
 
 
Multi-fluted rasps
Multi-fluted rasps
Small multi-fluted rasps used for deburring, cleaning welds, and woodcarving. Normally used in portable hand grinders or light-duty hand routers.
 
Muntin
Muntin
Vertical division between the rails in a door or paneling. For windows muntin refers to very small strips of wood or metal that divide a sash into smaller glass panes or lights.
 
 
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