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- Subject: Re: Post- beam framing.
- From: "Janiele Maffei" <jmaffei(--nospam--at)degenkolb.com>
- Date: Thu, 25 Feb 1999 15:49:47 -0800
Mr. Duarte: If my memory serves me, despite our encouragement to infill with studs at 16 inches on center, Timberpeg preferred to use their "stress skin" panel. I believe they had an ICBO report for shear values. Janiele Maffei Francisco Duarte <fduarte(--nospam--at)leasung.com> on 02/24/99 02:40:32 PM Please respond to seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org cc: (bcc: Janiele Maffei/SF/DGNKLB) Subject: Re: Post- beam framing. Thank you for the Info Ms. Maffei, but I have one more question. How Did you determine the allowable shear capacity for the Plywood nailing if the framing is not a typical 2x @ 16"o.c. but rather a 4x or 6x post @ 4'-00" o.c. Thank you fopr any father help. F. duarte Janiele Maffei wrote: > Mr. Duarte: > > We did some Timberpegs houses a few years ago. We put plywood on the > exterior of the buildings. > > Janiele Maffei >
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