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A built-up beam is a rafter built from two or three pieces of wood using a nail-plate structure. Built-up beams are commonly used in so-called ridge-beam dwellings. They are also increasingly used in open car shelters to replace glue-laminated beams.

It is possible to machine, for example, support joggles, forms and cutouts for eaves already at the factory. Spans of up to 6,000 mm are possible with a c/c 900 mm support division. In special cases, even longer spans are possible by using a denser c/c division.

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