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Andy:

You've sent me 8 attachments this morning. Is there a problem with the security of your machine?

Neil Moore, SE, SECB


At 11:20 AM 9/22/2006, you wrote:
Doug,
Besides the joist you would technically need to check the joist embed plate, or however it is connected, for shear and tension due to the overturning force of the joist seat...

HTH
Andrew Kester, PE
Lake Mary, FL




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