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Workstation

The tool workbench is made of aluminum profiles as raw materials, using a variety of aluminum profiles, cutting precision, It is easy to process, and the surface is not rusty. It can be combined with various materials and accessories to assemble into various Various styles of workbenches are beautiful and portable, easy to disassemble and assemble, flexible to adjust, and can be customized on demand.

It does not require maintenance and is widely used in various industrial production industries.


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Aluminum profile small shield Product classification: Industrial fence/protection case The whole is made of aluminum profile 4040 and frosted pc board. The overall appearance is beautiful and atmospheric, relatively stable, and the size can be customized according to requirements


Machine Enclosure Machine Frame

The automobile inspection fixture frame is assembled with aluminum profiles and accessories, and the product is designed according to customer requirements Appropriate frame structure, using heavy-duty profiles and supporting connectors, beautiful products , Atmosphere, high strength, please consult APS online customer service for details


Installing Floor Joists - Fine

The joists overlap at the support beam, so instead of marking an X on the side where the joist sits, mark an F (front joist) on one side of the line and a B (back joist) on the other side. Once the joist layout is marked on the mudsills, go back and lay out any special framing, such as framing around the stairwell.

I-beam -

An I-beam, also known as H-beam (for universal column, UC), w-beam (for "wide flange"), universal beam (UB), rolled steel joist (RSJ), or double-T (especially in Polish, Bulgarian, Spanish, Italian and German), is a beam with an I or H-shaped cross-section_ The horizontal elements of the I are flanges, and the vertical element is the "web"_

Joist vs. Beam |

Beams and headers typically are supported at each end by a column (post)- a wall stud- a foundation wall- or an interior load-bearing wall. Joists can rest on top of beams- or they can rest in structural hangers mounted onto the sides of beams so that the joists and beams are flush along the top and bottom.

Joist -

A joist is a horizontal structural member used in framing to span an open space, often between beams that subsequently transfer loads to vertical members- When incorporated into a floor framing system, joists serve to provide stiffness to the subfloor sheathing, allowing it to function as a horizontal diaphragm-

What is the Difference Between a Beam and a

Joists are small- numerous- and supported by a beam. Beams are large- few in number- and supported by a foundation- posts- or a wall. Beams are meant carry and distribute the main structural loads of a flooring system down to the posts- walls- or columns below.

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Joist vs. Beam |

Beams and headers typically are supported at each end by a column (post); a wall stud; a foundation wall; or an interior load-bearing wall. Joists can rest on top of beams; or they can rest in structural hangers mounted onto the sides of beams so that the joists and beams are flush along the top and bottom.

Builder's Engineer: Joist, Beam,

Joists, beams, and girders can be arranged in three different configurations| joists supported by columns or walls1- joists supported by beams that are supported by columns2- and joists supported by beams, that are supported by girders, that are supported by columns3.

Joist vs. Beam |

Beams and headers typically are supported at each end by a column (post), a wall stud, a foundation wall, or an interior load!bearing wall. Joists can rest on top of beams, or they can rest in structural hangers mounted onto the sides of beams so that the joists and beams are flush along the top and bottom.