Posted by Per Corell on May 29, 2003 at 13:51:45:
In Reply to: Re: Replacing Mansard Roof) posted by email@example.com on May 29, 2003 at 12:17:16:
Here in Copenhagen there is a lot of this sort of roof, I live opposite a 17' century one with a huge manzard roof and what you ask sound very interesting.
You will be able to project a manzard roof form in 3D-Honeycomb, producing a full size N.C. cut assembly four times as strong ;))
I often wondered about many of the old houses here, where a back wall was even added working the third of the house, in a roof construction, and allway's liked the idear of very low outher walls , as the more cheap and obviously as good, the house will be.
Maby an old fasioned point of view, but why shuldn't modern building methods not cover all aspects of construction.
Check the building method ,you proberly se the point, that if this is possible, then 3D-H is a nice option building fast and cheap. As nice as you design.
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