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 How to Draw Trusses?

Answer Trusses are ubiquitous structural building components that impart tremendous strength-to-weight ratios. A truss is designed to distribute loads both static (stationary) and dynamic (moving). Engi... Read More »
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Is it more expensive to order prefabricated trusses and get a crane or build the trusses on site?

Answer prefabricated trusses and typically less expensive when they are fabricated for repetitive use in housing project with similarly designed roofs. If the roof is a standard Gable this helps in... Read More »
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There used to be a tv show in the 90's that featured a man who used to teach children how to draw He put the pencil to his forehead and yelled draw draw draw What was this show called?

The show was called "Imagination Station" with Mark Kistler. He is still drawing to this day!
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Why do we use trusses?

Trusses are triangular structures whose shape allows them to support a great deal of weight. A triangular shape is more rigid than a square or rectangle and therefore provides better support as a l... Read More »
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Trusses Used in Industry?

Trusses are prefabricated roof framing systems that are used in place of conventional rafters. This is largely due to the time savings involved with installing trusses. Truss design depends on the ... Read More »
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