How to Cut Hip Rafters?


When cutting a hip rafter you will have to mark it out using 16.97 or 17' on the body of your pitch and on the young of your framing square. Side cuts of your hip rafter should be fitted properly to the framing and this does not go in 40 degrees angle, but would be less than that. Find draft plans and more information on;
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1. Mark the common rafters first. Put the point of a square on the bottom at one end of a rafter board. Align the pitch mark in inches on the slender tongue and the 12-inch mark on
( ′hip ′raf·tər ) (building construction) A diagonal rafter extending from the plate to the ridge of a roof.
they should be notched over a timber beam resting on the internal skin of brickwork/blockwork to the property (a wall plate)
The unit of run of a hip rafter is a fixed unit of measure, always 16.97.
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