This Demonstration shows the process of forming a miter joint or fold joint by beveling a beam at an angle and connecting it to another similarly beveled beam. The cross section of the beam can be varied, as can the bevel angle and the longitudinal rotation of the beam. A fold joint in a solid beam (i.e., not a strip with 2-gon as cross section) involves self-intersection.
|Publisher||Wolfram Demonstrations Project|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|