Isaac Kremer/ January 28, 2022/ / 0 comments

Transverse timber in the position of a tie-beam, but short, not spanning the space, essentially a bracket supported on a wall and brace and carrying the hammer-post (upright timber post set on the end of a hammer-beam and forming one side of a triangle with the principal and hammer-beam). A flaso hammer-beam is like a true hammer-beam, but does not have the hammer-post above: rather it is braced below and supports the base of the principal or collar. (Curl & Wilson, 2016)

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