From Termhotel.com

See also: vingerlas = finger joint (aka ‘comb joint’)

box joint (Wikipedia)
box joint (Wikipedia)


  • tandverbinding


  • comb joint
  • splined coupling
  • box joint
  • joggle[1] (OGL)
  • bridle joint, slit and tongue, combed joint (Dictionary for Building Technology Terminology)

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‘Een tandverbinding is een houtverbinding, die toegepast kan zijn om twee onder een haakse hoek staande houtdelen te verbinden. Bij onder meer meubilair kunnen de hoekverbindingen van een lade uit tandverbindingen bestaan.’ (https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tandverbinding)

Box joint

‘A box joint is a woodworking joint made by cutting a set of complementary, interlocking profiles in two pieces of wood, which are then joined (usually) at right angles, usually glued. The glued box joint has a high glued surface area resulting in a strong bond, on a similar principle to a finger joint. Box joints are used for corners of boxes or box-like constructions, hence the name. The joint does not have the same interlocking properties as a dovetail joint, but is much simpler to make, and can be mass-produced fairly easily.’ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Box_joint)


  1. joggle: A joint between two pieces of stone, concrete, or timber consisting of a projection in one of the pieces fitting into a notch in the other or a small piece let in between the two. (Oxforddictionaries.com)