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Free CAD details for wood-frame construction. I-Joist Floor Framing I-Joist Sprinkler Mounting Lateral Load Connections Panel Floor Construction Panel Roof Construction Panel Wall Construction Special Systems Structural Insulated Panels Wall Bracing. 1 Nailing requirements are based on wall sheathing nailed 6 on-center at the panel edge. Practical details for framing, bracing and blocking, sheathing, insulation, vapor barriers, and more. He has written numerous articles and books on residential construction including Graphic Guide to Site Construction and Graphic Guide to Interior Details.

typical wood framing details 2Unless covered by interior or exterior wall coverings or sheathing meeting the minimum requirements of this code, all stud partitions or walls with studs having a height-to-least-thickness ratio exceeding 50 shall have bridging not less than 2 inches (51 mm) in thickness and of the same width as the studs fitted snugly and nailed thereto to provide adequate lateral support. Framing, in construction, is the fitting together of pieces to give a structure support and shape. Framing materials are usually wood, engineered wood, or structural steel. Sheathing has very specific requirements (such as thickness and spacing of nailing). These measures allow a known amount of shear force to be resisted by the elements. Historic Building Research Handbook (PDF).

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