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Old 08-23-2012, 05:02 PM   #1161
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Here's a stud that was delivered in the lift the other day.

Quality control is great these days.
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Old 08-23-2012, 05:24 PM   #1162
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i bet it is was the straightest in the bunk too
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And your problem is what?
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i bet it is was the straightest in the bunk too
That lift was actually pretty good, only about 2 or 3% bad. Except for that one. I really don't understand how it made it in, we had to move it carefully to take a pic and send to the supplier to say "really, guys?"

It would have fallen apart. It's sat on the deck like that since yesterday morning. Hasn't moved. I think we are going to keep it to show off.
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Did it have NFG written on it?
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Out of the hole finally!

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Lot of steps in that foundation. No tyvek on the existing house walls?
Framing looks nice and clean.
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Lot of steps in that foundation. No tyvek on the existing house walls?
Framing looks nice and clean.
No tyvek at all. LOTs of steps for sure. Foundation goes from 9' to walk out. Thanks for the compliment!
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No tyvek at all. LOTs of steps for sure. Foundation goes from 9' to walk out. Thanks for the compliment!
the framing looks soo good without housewrap. just nice clean lines
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Here's a stud that was delivered in the lift the other day.

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This piece was pretty legendary for us. We kept it for a while too.
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This piece was pretty legendary for us. We kept it for a while too.
We had an 8' stud at the college that twisted a full 90* from one end to the other. It was kept as to show... what not to put in a wall.
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We had an 8' stud at the college that twisted a full 90* from one end to the other. It was kept as to show... what not to put in a wall.
Haha. Post a pic of that stud.

Update of metal frame job I'm on now:
Started ceilings this week, very tedious, lowest drop down is 3" from concrete deck above which is all over the place (1/2" deflection between conc. cols.) We got a nice change order in the living room, Owner added 4 trays versus having a huge lid at 7'-10". Also added drapery pockets for windows and sliders.
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a cool staircase and rail we just finished up today
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I really like the railing and stairs but I wonder How does it pass code?

The condom on the smoky looks used
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a cool staircase and rail we just finished up today
Looks nice. The LED strips are a nice touch.

Is this an installation after C.O.?
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why wouldn't they pass code? Open riser?
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why wouldn't they pass code? Open riser?
Looks like a 4 sphere passes in several places riser included.
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Looks like a 4 sphere passes in several places riser included.
Sure does. In FL, code is 4" sphere at guard rails and open treads, and a 6" sphere at the triangular area where tread, railings, and riser meet.
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