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Posted by  Per Corell on October 07, 2002 at 12:30:27:

In Reply to:  making laminated beams ? posted by Vince Fontana on October 07, 2002 at 11:20:40:

Hi
With an intergrated framework in sheets, cut 2D to form a mold, you can laminate as you please, if the framework will carry a climat shell, this will be intergrated to, Then you can remove or use the building jig assembly with your idears about interiours this is atleast represented in 3D , ready to make a scale model, guess who make the assembly , or simply leave the structure intergrated as union layer.
Laminate sheet material Larch ,Pine or whatever around this as building jig. Jack it up with spikes,
Producing framework to intergrate with existing buildings is very well possible. A greenhouse made a third the cost, four times as strong only halve the trouble manufactoring as assembling, no hit thumbs btw. if you say glue the framework together with drilled in locks. Make the framework cover an intire building ,form it the way you like for what porpus you ask. You cut 2D material ,and get 3D inviroments ,houses, spaces whatever . Acturly you don't need Epoxies with laminated beams, as you can just put in more locks , so maby you would even be able to laminate in a very new fasion. But why do that, if a honeycomb formed structure Solid laminated would provide even a nice cabin ;))

 
 
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