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RE: "Macomber" type joists

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I have an old catalog.  Macomber was a division of Sharon Steel Corporation.  Which members do you need information on?
Roger C. Davis
Architect
SDS Architects, Inc.

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From:	brian stanley [SMTP:bstanley(--nospam--at)morabitoconsultants.com]
Sent:	Friday, January 24, 2003 5:51 AM
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Subject:	"Macomber" type joists

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I need to analyze an existing light-guage type joist which resembles a
standard bar joist. Is anyone familiar with any such proprietary product.
Does anyone know how I can obtain info concerning the "Macomber Truss" or
"Macomber V-Beam"?

Brian Stanley, P.E.
Baltimore, MD



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