Joint W/L vs. L/W

George asks:

I have two box drawings. Both are for RSC and have the same L & W with a different depth. One states jnt L/W and the other jnt W/L.

I have not seen this term before – what is the difference in the manufacturer’s joint between L/W and W/L?

This is usually an indication of where the glue tab is placed, either in the length or width dimension.
-Ralph

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