[OpenSCAD] Is this the best way to do what I want?
wv99999 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 18:04:38 EDT 2015
Sorry, Runsun, no blog. One of the applications of tongue and groove is in
floor boards, which are nailed to the substrate and where the tongue and
groove's key purpose is to suppress warping. But parquet is glued, using
either a latex (rubber) or bitumen based glue, with enough mineral filler
added that it can bridge 1 or 2 mm gaps, and therefor not tongue and
grooved. But Laminated Flooring has a "click-on" edge, a variant of tongue
and groove, that permits the boards to keep together without nailing or
glueing. Laminated Flooring just free-floats on a thin mat of styrofoam.
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