Muntin

Applies to any short or light bar, either vertical or horizontal, used to separate glass in a sash into multiple lights. Also called a windowpane divider or a grille.

muntin

See joining.

Muntin

In architecture, a muntin is a vertical part of a framed or panelled joinery construction which lies between the panels and the spans the distance between two horizontal rails.
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Muntin

vertical central part of the door between panels.
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Muntin

• (n.) Alt. of Munting
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muntin

(from the article `building construction`) ...the building structure. The vertical members, called mullions, are attached to the building at every floor and are spaced 1.5 to three metres ...
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Muntin

- A small member which divides the glass or openings of sash or doors.
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Muntin

A muntin is a strip of wood or metal separating and holding panes of glass in a window. Muntins are also called `muntin bars`, `glazing bars`, or `sash bars`. Muntins can be found in doors, windows and furniture, typically in western styles of architecture. Muntins divide a single window sash or casement into a grid system of small panes of ...
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Muntin

A tertiary framing member that subdivides the sash into individual panes, lights or panels. Note
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Muntin

Vertical or horizontal divisions between lites in a window or door
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Muntin

A small member which divides the glass or openings of sash or doors.
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