Re: Close up of frames in small building

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Posted by  Makkinen on July 31, 2002 at 12:37:44:

In Reply to:  Close up of frames in small building posted by Per Corell on June 15, 2002 at 02:56:47:

are there any limitations to the use of this? (especially in terms of scale, size - both ground are and height) I am aware that honeycomb isprobably the strongest frame when it comes to strength->weight ratio but I'm wondering about how large a project it could be used on, especially in the way you've made it

get back to me via mail if you can, cheers


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