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Rafter Joint








shows an everyday joint, as used at the juncture of the principal rafter and the tie-beam in roof truss work. A sketch of piece A is shown separated, and it should be noted that the depth of the cut portion B should not be more than one-fourth of the total width of the tie-beam.


Fig. 357.—Method of Pelleting the Corner of a Mitred  Picture Frame. Fig. 357.—Method of Pelleting the Corner of a Mitred Picture Frame.






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