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Posted by  Ken on January 03, 2003 at 11:44:54:

In Reply to:  Re: Wire mesh structures posted by Per Corell on January 03, 2003 at 10:17:25:

"carrying the weight of any floors"
You seem preoccupied with this concept. Do you live in a place where
buildings are collapsing? Why do we need such excess with this "3d - h" thing? We have it already its called a waffle slab. Usually used in manufacturing buildings. If you are speaking of a post and lintel system, It is the purest and most basic of construction. That is why we use it. We are not Bees, we dont need to build continually like they do, therefore the 3-d-h is not necessary.

Also, I would like to see one of your boats that you've built with this system. Please let us see something.......

 
 
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