That's right - there is the evidence that the customer has already become intellegent, reads the Internet sites)).
And is it necessary? To a God there are million ways, and they are all equivalent.
I have already know many people who use high-technologies of markings in the Russian notch. They are making very high quality grooves of a complex profile. Accordingly, you will caulk seriously just cups.
There is a cost reduction and a quality improvement!!.
Yes, I know their notch and even more say that I came to the seditious thoughts, that make it so complicated these days is not necessary.
Its appearance in the current form (with two pairs of cheeks and a spine) caused by the system layout – a half timber was at the heart of Norwagian system at the heart of the half timber there is the need to achieve a greater stability of the carcass to the damaging effects – the half timber has uncompensated forces of twisting because of the lack of a sapwood on each side. A fixing cup is needed you can’t fix the half timber by the groove as on the Russian notch.
A common line will not mark this cup, only the groove. The old carpenters successfully solved the problem of a descriptive geometry. The optimal intersection of two half timbers with the possibility of the fixation from twisting. There are cheeks, which are easy to mark with the basic tool - a ruler.
The spike was not explicit in the beginning there was a triangular mark.
Contrary to a popular belief about the purpose of the spike - a thermal notch - it performs the function which strengthens the structure. This is evident from its gradual transformation from an old cabin into a modern state. It is impossible to achieve the mechanical strength without spines on a half timber, which section had already weakened. It is called in Norwegian "laftehals" - literally – a “neck”. Ancestors did not call for no special reason. The neck that holds the head. If in the opinion of the old carpenters, the ship would carry out the thermal function, then it was named to the appropriate manner. A rationalism which the ancients had more than now.
So, with the modern marking devices you can remove the bottom pair of cheeks and get rid of the thorn. The fixing properties of such cup would be even higher. Here is my sedition. I believe that the Norwegian cup, which is now hard mastered (and there are many different and all of them are Norwegian) no more than a tribute to the tradition. It is necessary, of course, for those planning to enter the Scandinavian market, I do not set such goals.
Yeah, but I really like the half timber. Just like it!!.
So, I am fond of the Norwegian notch....
I came across this "the last argument of kings" with enviable regularity.
And I don’t hide that I began to approach the log house by the right side only 3.5 years ago. During this time, under my arm came out only several log cabins.
I will not here indulge in excuses. I have a blog where everything can be seen.
To immediately stop the possible further development of the theme in the ways unrelated to the essence of the topic in the forum, I will say, I'm just a man (a person), can not present anyone's commercial interests, do not sell log cabins, I just learn the information about characteristics of various systems of cuttings and I guide experiments for my own purposes, I want to build a house, which would be a good inheritance (I hope so) and for my grandchildren. Since the log houses I really liked, I hope this will be my profession, it is very pleasant to grow old with it...
If you bother to scroll the page, which shows the quote above, you found there something else:
Instead of proving the truth of your position and refuting the arguments of the opponent, a demagogue may apply to the receive ad hominem - not to criticize the arguments, but the identity of the opponent, trying to convince viewers that the opponent is a bad, unworthy, not versed in the question, biased or hypocritical person.
What can say the man without a residence permit about the architecture? (M. Zhvanetsky)
My first Canadian log house, which clearly resembles the architecture of a barn, has no cracks in the corners and the gaps in the grooves are completely closed, although there are obvious flaws in the notch (a customer honestly say this, and I honestly broadcast it), but, thanks God, it did not affect the other, more important qualities of a consumer, and the owner speaks about it too... and I' am generally satisfied.
What does the number of log houses have to do with the quality?