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Carpentry Stair Framing

Subjects : industries, carpentry
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1. A piece of 1 x 5 stock that is installed around the walls of a closet to support the shelf and the rod; also - blocks fastened to the stair carriage to support the treads.






2. In drawer construction - a piece centered above a drawer to keep it form tilting downward when opened.






3. The rounded edge of a stair tread projecting over the riser.






4. A finished stringer that is dadoed to receive treads and risers of a stairway.






5. A type of stair installed between walls where the ends of tread and riser are hidden from view.






6. A rectangular cavity cut in a piece of wood to receive a tongue or tenon projecting from another piece.






7. A type of stair installed between walls where the ends of tread and riser are hidden from view.






8. Also called a stair carriage and a rough stringer.






9. Term used to refer to an entire set of stairs that includes treads - risers - stringers - and balustrade.






10. A type of stairway with the ends of the treads and risers visible.






11. A tread in a stairway - wider on one end than the other - that changes the direction of travel.






12. A piece of 1 x 5 stock that is installed around the walls of a closet to support the shelf and the rod; also - blocks fastened to the stair carriage to support the treads.






13. Cutout supports for the treads and risers in a staircase; also called a rough stringer and stair horse.






14. A post to which the end of a stair railing or balustrade is fastened; also - any post to which a railing or balustrade is fastened.






15. Cutout supports for the treads and risers in a staircase; also called a rough stringer and stair horse.






16. A railing on a stairway intended to be grasped by the hand to serve as a support and guard.






17. An opening in the floor for climbing or descending stairs or the space of a structure where the stairs are located.






18. The rounded edge of a stair tread projecting over the riser.






19. A tread in a stairway - wider on one end than the other - that changes the direction of travel.






20. Term used to refer to an entire set of stairs that includes treads - risers - stringers - and balustrade.






21. A type of stairway with the ends of the treads and risers visible.






22. A railing on a stairway intended to be grasped by the hand to serve as a support and guard.






23. A post to which the end of a stair railing or balustrade is fastened; also - any post to which a railing or balustrade is fastened.






24. A finished stringer that is dadoed to receive treads and risers of a stairway.






25. An opening in the floor for climbing or descending stairs or the space of a structure where the stairs are located.






26. In drawer construction - a piece centered above a drawer to keep it form tilting downward when opened.






27. Finish material applied to cover the stair carriage.






28. A rectangular cavity cut in a piece of wood to receive a tongue or tenon projecting from another piece.






29. Also called a stair carriage and a rough stringer.






30. Finish material applied to cover the stair carriage.