A structural framing member that, when viewed cross-sectionally, has the shape of a "C".
C-clamps utilize a vise-like handle and grip to support workpieces for light service and industrial applications. Some models offer positive trigger action for fast opening and closing.
C-weight sander backing
C-weight sander backing is stiffer and stronger than a-weight sander backing. It can be used for both hand and machine sanding. It is usually found as a backing in grits 60, 80, 100,120 and 150.
Also referred to as the saturation coefficient, a ration of the weight of water absorbed by masonry units in cold water to the weight absorbed in boiling water.
An enclosed part of a machine that houses the operator.
Small, one-story house, simply built possibly of logs.
An enclosure or storage unit. Built-ins can be for kitchen or other use.
Cabinet combination saw blade
Power saw, which uses this circular combination, saw blade to make smooth cuts when ripping and crosscutting wood.
Cabinet head casing
Giving the effect of a single complex molding this elaborate trim molding for doors or windows is constructed of two or more pieces of molding joined together along the length.
Cabinets that are mounted or rest on the floor and which often serve as a countertop. The standard size for base cabinets is 34 1Ú2 inches high and 24 inches deep, excluding the countertop and cabinet door.