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The top part of the wall framing that connects the stud to the ceiling framing.
The stud running from top to bottom plate on either side of a window or door.
A tiny bone that passes vibrations from the eardrum to the anvil
a shortened stud that carries a header above a wall opening (trimmer stud)
A stud above a door opening or below a windowsill
Laid on the subfloor where the vertical studs are installed
A stud of less than full height that is used to support a header.
Double Top Plate
Located on top of the studs and used to hold the walls together
used for interior wall
an assembly of stud found at the end of the wall
The bottom of the window frame. No. 7 in the picture
4'X8' panels attached to outside of framed walls, usually plywood or OSB
thick framing member that supports the weight around rough opening.
he vertical framing member of a wall
Provides added support to the walls
The plate placed at a bottom of a wall.
Increasingly popular for exterior walls, because it allows for more room for additional insulation
First stud layout (dimension).
Bottom and Top Plate nailed into studs with ___________.
Cripple studs toe nailed into headers with ________________.
King stud nailed into headers with _________________.
King stud nailed into trimmer stud with _____________.
Sheathing nailing for exterior ________________ O.C
Sheating nailing for interior _______________ O.C.
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