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Colloquium: Modern Methods of Timber Jointing. Glues, Finger Jointing, and Methods of Connecting Structural Components

This paper highlights some of the jointing techniques that have been used in the glue laminated industry, particularly with respect to glues, finger jointing, and methods of connecting structural components. Reference is made to truss rafter joints and how some of the associated problems have been resolved. J.G. Mercer