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18x24 Hammer Beam Truss Plan - (41292)
18x24 Hammer Beam Truss Plan - (41292)
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18×24 Hammer Beam Truss Plan


This 18×24 Hammer Beam truss plan is truly a work of art! If you are an experienced timber framer, this will make a superb project to showcase your skills. There are so many features in this design that create a beautiful, exciting space! The hammer beam trusses have great style with embellished hammer posts. Elongated hammer braces and sturdy x-bracing add to the beauty of the trusses. The posts are called gunstock posts – they are larger at the top which allows two timbers to join and overlap at the top, and that flare adds a special look.

  • 432 square feet
  • Measurements are from outside to outside of the posts
  • Super steep roof- a 50 degree angle!  That’s a pitch of 14 5/16 12
  • Top of plates are 11 feet high
  • Ridge height is 21’-5”
  • Roof system is principal rafters with purlins

This 18×24 Hammer Beam truss plan set is formatted to print at 11”x17” so you can read all the details. It is available for you to download as soon as you make your purchase. We give you all the information you need to successfully complete this rather complex frame. The 12-page construction plan set includes several axonometric drawings so you can visualize the finished product. There are fully dimensioned plan and sectional drawings, along with exploded 3D drawings with the timber sizes labeled. The 24-page piece drawing set shows every timber with each cut dimensioned in detail. We also include a timber list to make your budgeting easier, and a peg list.

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The customer understands that the following conditions in your specific area may require additional engineering:

  1. Wind / hurricane / tornado
  2. Seismic / earthquake
  3. Heavy snow
  4. Flood potential
  5. Soil instability
  6. Timber Frame Engineering

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