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Christopher Wright wrote:

>These are used for veneer tie rods with threaded plates. No "torquing"
>required to set.
Just make sure your goons know that. ;->

What does this symbol  ;-> mean?

   I can't find it in the design documents (List Service - FAQ - email symbols).  Is it then from the shop drawings?

James Bela
 
 

 
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