(1) Stacking the veneers of a reconstituted wood panel prior to being pressed into final panels. (2) Placement of material in the position that they will occupy at the finish of the job.
A method of propagation, by which a branch of a plant is rooted while still attached to the plant by securing it to the soil with a piece of wire or other means.
Re-brushing a freshly painted surface, with upward strokes to smooth the paint.
Using a plan to determine, prior to actual work, to determine the manner in which pieces of a structure or system relate to each other.
To build a face of masonry wall from the opposite side of the face.
Laying the ends
Building the corners of a brick wall, laying the leads, properly, so that the walls are straight, level and plumb.
Lines chalked on a substrate to guide in accurately setting tile.
A long strip of wood marked at the appropriate joint intervals for the tile to be used. It is used to check the length, width or height of the tile work. Common names for this item are "idiot stick" or "story pole".
Circular, revolving platform, which provides access to all sides. They are especially handy in poorly accessible parts of kitchen cabinets.
(1) To cause a liquid to filter down through some material. (2) To subject to the washing action of a filtering liquid. (3) To remove or separate solids from liquids, in a septic system, by percolating through the soil.