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2a. 2b. 3 shows the joints at the top of the raker. A hole, 100 x 75, is cut in the wall piece to coincide with the hole in the wall made by the removal of a half-brick, the position of which will be decided by the centre line of the raker. A needle passes through the hole in the wall piece- a piece of 100 x 75 timber long enough to pass into the wall to a depth of 100 mm and remain protruding from the wall piece to a distance of, say, 150 mm. Above the needle is a cleat, which should be recessed into the wall piece, as shown in the drawing.

You are advised to obtain a copy of Construction Safety, Section 2 and obtain the following information regarding independent scaffolds. (a) Distance standards should be placed apart ......................... (b) Distance first row of ledgers should be placed above ground. (c) At what intervals other rows of ledgers should be placed. (14) What should be done to preserve ladders? (15) What is a crawl ladder? (d) Distance apart at which transoms should be situated. (e) Where ties should be placed ...............................................

34 shows how to obtain the overhang for the common rafters. Dimension x is equal to the horizontal distance between the outside edge of the wall plate and the end of the rafters. To obtain dimension x the amount of required overhang must be known. Set the fence up at the pitch to obtain the amount of overhang to be left on the common rafters, starting from the notching that sits on the wall plate. The length of the hip rafters is found as follows. 35). Second, mark the hip run on the blade and the rise of the common rafters on the tongue to give the hip length.

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