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24×36 Hammer Truss Timber Frame


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This 24x36 hammer beam plan will be a frame you’ll be proud to show off to your friends and family! Hammer beam roofs were developed in medieval England. This truss design allows for a large roof span with smaller timbers- and creates a frame of outstanding beauty! The rhythm of the four hammer trusses will be a pleasure to behold. This would make a fantastic free standing pavilion, or a great room addition to your home.

  • Frame measures 22’-11 ¾” x 34’-11 ¾” to outside of the posts- this allows for 6” wall framing and furring strips to fit on a 24x36 foundation.
  • Top of plates at 11’-4 ¾”, top of rafters stand at 22’-10 ⅝”
  • Roof pitch is 12:12
  • Chamfered through tenons on hammer beams add interest.

When you buy this plan you will receive links to instantly download the three pdf files. The construction drawing set is 9 pages of information. There are 3D drawings so you can picture the finished frame. We include exploded 3d sheets so you can see how the timbers interact. There are post and rafter plans, and transverse and longitudinal sections. The piece drawing set contains 24 pages of every timber in the frame, with each cut fully dimensioned. And the timbers are labeled so you know exactly where they fit into the frame. Then there is a timber and connector list, so there is no guesswork in buying your materials.

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