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    Default Roof carpentry

    How about it?
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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    Now that took some time and skill - what is the building and who did the work ?

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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    What I say, Can't be toooooooooooooo Strong!!!!!!!! Great job, how long did it take?

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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    What is it in? A restaurant or ?? Very neat.
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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    Sorta looks like the result of only having short lumber.

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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    A castle - Vimperk.
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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    Wish I had the skills to do something like that only on a much smaller scale.
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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    That is what I call a highly skilled craftsman.

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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    it looks complex and there seems to be a lot of overkill...but anyone that knows how to read a (real) framing square should be able to cut (from theory) all those members (lengths and angles) on the ground and toss them up...if the pitch is true...
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    Default Re: Roof carpentry

    Quote Originally Posted by /pine View Post
    it looks complex and there seems to be a lot of overkill...but anyone that knows how to read a (real) framing square should be able to cut (from theory) all those members (lengths and angles) on the ground and toss them up...if the pitch is true...
    True, but the problem comes from working in real world - the beam is not straight, tolerances add up to create some real troubles, etc. Very easy - at least for me - to build it in my mind, or on paper, but to make it solid there are other factors I don't take in account every time
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