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These ties will prevent any tendency for the scaffolding to fall away from the building. Pads of timber Many firms employ a skilled man to be responsible for the erection of scaffolding. , and dead loads which are the weights of the various materials used in the structure. All these added together require a scaffolding to be erected to conform with good practice. The following are recommended for further reading, dealing with scaffolding and covering materials and good practice. 94: 1966: Working Places.

The only remaining bevels are those for the purlins. Draw the section through one purl in as shown in the roof section. Make this as large as possible. Number the top three corners of the purl in 1, 2 and 3 to represent the two surfaces that have to be developed. Project these three points over to the hip cf to give points 1 2 3. To develop the top edge of the purl in, place the compass point in 1 in the section and with radius 1-2 describe an arc to give 2' on the vertical line passing through 1.

17. To make the truss easy to handle and Iift up into position on the roof, it can be made in two halves, the halves being connected at the ridge and the gusset plates at G on the ceiling joist. 7 shows simple halving-joints used at the intersections of wall plates. 15 vertical tie-.. 16). At A is seen the joint between the common rafters and the diagonal and vertical ties. Note here, as well as in the other details, that the bolt passes through all the timbers on their centre lines. This is essential if strong joints are to be obtained.

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