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shows the method of tenoning the principal rafter to the king post, whilst illustrates the tenoning of the struts to the king post, and the king post to the tie beam. Both these examples are used in roof work. (See also .)


Fig. 162.—Drawbore Pinning. Fig. 162.—Drawbore Pinning.








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Fig. 164.


Operation of Pegs in Drawbore Pinning.







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