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Posted by  Per Corell on February 08, 2003 at 04:59:42:


The 3D-H framework will at first seem a bit complicated, but so do any tradisional structure, when you se the skelleton of a building without paneling , ------ the difference between the tradisional and the 3D-H structure is obvious ,but no other method offer a direct link to production, and no other method challance the tradisional methods as serious as the 3D-H.
For sinpler structures like smaller houses or cabins the structure is easyer to "understand" , but what is there to understand for the architect, except that with a press of a button ,the actural assembly framework to produce the structure ready for paneling is there, even as N.C. codes as a side effect of this method being true 3D.

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