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First of all draw the elevation and plan of the opening in the wall, then, in the plan, show the positions of the frames, as seen in the drawing. The shapes of the frames are developed thus: 1. Divide half of the elevation curve into, say, six equal parts, project these points downwards and across the plan to give points on the front and rear frames. 2. From the two sets of points in the plan project lines at right angles to the frames and make each line equal in length to the appropriate line in the elevation.

R iser support f ixed ~~~ ""-:-~ to wall ) inverte d cut boa rd D • , . 23 . \ "'. ' 6. FOOT BRIDGES Obstacles on factory sites and estates can sometimes impede the free passage of workmen carrying out their duties and are often the cause of accidents when people clamber over them instead of going the longer way round. To overcome these hazards the carpenter is often called upon to manufacture a foot bridge. 1 which is a means of passing across a large overground pipe on a factory site. Four posts, say 75 x 75 mm support a platform of 38 mm boards which are fixed to 200 x 38 mm rails, morticed and tenoned to the posts.

7(a) is shown the plan of an arched tunnel which changes direction. A number of centres have to be made for constructing the roof of the tunnel and the difficulty may be at the change of direction. At (b) is seen the method for developing the shape at what could be called the mitre position, and also one of the shorter ribs at th is point The shape of rib x is shown in thicker lines to the right of the drawing. 8 shows the plan and elevation of a semicircular arch for an opening in a circular wall.

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