Talk:Tongue and groove

Latest comment: 14 years ago by Peter Horn in topic Groove (engineering)
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Untitled radiotherapyEdit

The article is a bit lop-sided -- it doesn't even give an idea that the term "Tongue and groove" is also used in radiotherapy (and who knows where else) and means underdosage effect in the area where fields of two leaves of multileaf collimator overlap. I understand that it's a special topic, but I'd say that it shoud at least be mentioned. Thanks. 22:43, 4 December 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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I think that some mention should be made to the superiority and strength of the work in the long term contrasted with the additional construction costs that it requires. I know that some people still have large portions of their houses/floors built tongue and groove because it is so much sturdier, but at the same time I know that there is a reason why people don't use it much anymore -Hellkyte

Groove (engineering)Edit

Tongue and groove is completely, totally, utterly and wholy irrelevent to the articles linked to Groove (engineering). Peter Horn 01:49, 12 April 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]