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Old 04-29-2013, 10:38 PM   #16
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Deck beam and stringer attachment


Thanks Dan, Eloquently stated, as usual.

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Deck beam and stringer attachment


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Notching is dumb. Your removing part of the structure by doing that. If that was the case why make post to beam brackets.
I don't think you understand how the notching process works...
Can you please explain how the notched post below is weaker than one lopped off with a post cap?


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