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An assembly mark or carpenter's mark describes the markings on individual parts of a framed construction, usually timber frames and carved into individual beams, to helped in the final assembly of the different elements.
- A history of timber framing.
- Collective restraint systems.
- Domestic roof.
- Flitch beam.
- Herringbone strut.
- Laminated veneer lumber LVL.
- Portal frame.
- Raised floor.
- Roofing defects.
- Sistering floor joists.
- Types of roof.
- Wall ties.
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