Scarf Joint.

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1. A glued end connection between two pieces of wood, using a sloping cut to create a larger surface for the glue bond, to allow it to develop the full tensile strength of the wood it connects. 2. A timber spliced by cutting various shapes of shoulders, or jogs, which fit each other. 3. A joint between two pieces of wood which allows them to be spliced lengthwise.

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