JLL Electrical Sdn Bhd
A-G-3A, Kuchai Exchange,
43, Jalan Kuchai Maju 13,
58200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.
+603-7987 1266
+6016-223 1266 (Joe loke)
+603-79871277
+60162231266
Outlet
A-G-2, No 43, Kuchai Exchange,
Jalan Kuchai Maju 13,
58200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.





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WOOD NYATOH, MERANTI, KSK, KASAH, CHENGAL, TAEK WOOD, BALAU, MERBAU & WHITE OAK

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WOOD NYATOH, MERANTI, KSK, KASAH, CHENGAL, TAEK WOOD, BALAU, MERBAU & WHITE OAK TIMBER & WOOD


We specialize in customade big wooden door & frames & rebate/rabbet. Kindly sent in your design or diagram to my email address jllele6@gmail.com. We can give you a quotation.

Direct Malaysia Local Manucfacturer. 

 
Our objective is to design innovative, contemporary Timber Architecture that 'goes together' with simplicity and ease, both visually and technically. 

Our products are designed to meet our clients specific requirements. This allow us to provide exactly what you need rather than direct you to a standard range of buildings.

 
Timber, as a material, provides exciting possibilities in architectural and structural design that have long been recognised and employed. New challenges, materials and standards ensure that innovation remains of primary importance when designing with timber.


Rabbet

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A rabbet

rabbet or rebate is a recess or groove cut into the edge of a piece of machinable material, usually wood. When viewed in cross-section, a rabbet is two-sided and open to the edge or end of the surface into which it is cut.

An example of the use of a rabbet is in a glazing bar where it makes provision for the insertion of the pane of glass and putty. It may also accommodate the edge of the back panel of a cabinet. It is also used in door and casement window jambs, and for shiplap planking. A rabbet can be used to form a joint with another piece of wood (often containing a dado).

Etymology[edit]

The word rabbet is from Old French rabbat, 'a recess into a wall',[1] and rabattre 'to beat down'.[2] According to the Oxford English Dictionary, 'In North America the more usual form is rabbet'.[3] The form 'rebate' is often pronounced the same way as 'rabbet'.[3]

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