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Moment frames resist the force of bending or rotation with a rigid connection at the joint between the column and beam. Find out more about how these strategic assemblages can strengthen your structure.
For a perfect fit, pay attention to how the roof will be stacked when calculating lengths and laying out cuts.
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Adjustment factors for one- and two-story structures
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